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    I don't get how this is in ABA's scope. ------Original Message------ Hi All, Thank you in advance ...

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Patrick Roy WaldenPatrick Roy Walden


Patrick Roy Walden is a certified speech-language pathologist. He is an associate professor at St. John's University in New York. Roy is an ACE Awardee, and an affiliate of Special Interest Group 3, Special Interest Group 10, and Special Interest Group 19.

Why does Patrick participate in the ASHA Community?
I find the ASHA community to be an extremely efficient way to connect with colleagues. I like to see what others find important at the moment as well as what my peers have going on in terms of research and program development. From a clinical standpoint, the ASHA community is a place to learn from colleagues and bounce ideas off one another.

If you could learn to do anything, what would it be?
I would love to learn how to code (as in computers). I have so many ideas for software but have not had the time to learn! I’d also like to sing better but that takes time too.

What is your favorite ice cream?
Vanilla is my favorite because it’s really the base from which all other flavors are developed. You can make anything with a few additions to plain ole vanilla ice cream.

What is your favorite move or TV show?
Oddly enough, I enjoy many different cartoons because I love the extremely talented character voices out there. Seth MacFarlane is one that comes to mind immediately. Hank Azaria is another.

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