Academics

Cindy Wineinger

Professor, Comm Disorders

Degrees: University of Redlands, Master of Science, Communicative Disorders; Northwestern University, Bachelor of Science, Speech/Language Pathology, 1977

Office: Comm Disorders , Truesdail Center #109

Office Hours: Tuesday, Thursday 11-12, Wednesday 1-:230

Phone: 909/748-8559 Campus Ext. 8559

E-mail: cynthia_wineinger@redlands.edu

Portrait

Research and Areas of Expertise

  • Qualitative research dealing with best practice in clinical approaches to language disorders secondary to Autism
  • Early language development and the development of nonverbal communication in young children with Autism
  • Clinical teaching and preparation of speech/language pathologists

Courses Offered at Redlands

  • CDIS 664, Seminar in Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • CDIS 642, Autism Spectrum Clinic
  • CDIS 634, Evaluation and Practice in Speech/Language Pathology
  • CDIS 411, Assessment and Intervention in Communicative Disorders

Degrees Held

  • University of Redlands, Master of Science, Communicative Disorders
  • Northwestern University, Bachelor of Science, Speech/Language Pathology, 1977

Professional Experience

28 years clinical experience in Speech/Language Pathology specializing in early language and Autism.

Research and Publications

“Measuring long term retention of responsive strategies by parents following training in communication facilitation strategies.” In process. To be submitted to the American Speech Language Association meeting November 2010 and California Speech Hearing Association Spring 2020.

“Reducing parental stress following parent training in communication facilitation strategies.” Sabbatical proposal for completion Fall 2010.

Production of parent/student training DVD’s illustrating use of communication strategies for children with Autism. Fall 2009.

“Training of paraprofessional in best practices for intervention with infants and toddlers with Autism. Paper presented to ASHA, San Diego, November 2005.

“Intervention with a nonverbal apraxic child with Autism. A two-year case study presented to the Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders. July 2003, Lansdowne , VA.

Consultant and Internship Supervisor at UCI Neurodevelopmental Center (an internship site for UofR graduate students in CDIS.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Speech Language Hearing Association
  • Autism Society of America
  • Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders
  • Certified Hanen Instructor

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The Sustainable University of Redlands Farm (SURF) is a natural farm in its beginning stages, but already grows and sells fresh vegetables to Bon Appetit, the food management company on campus.

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