Nancy Almasi, SLP.D., CCC-SLP
Nancy Almasi is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at the University of Iowa. Her main interests include providing evaluation and treatment for children with speech and language disorders including early intervention services.
Nancy Almasi specializes in pediatric speech and language disorders. She provides diagnostic and treatment services across disorder populations (speech sound disorder, language disorder, autism, etc.) for children from birth to age 21. Additional areas of focus include peer-mediated intervention, AAC use in early childhood and for school-age children with complex communication needs, and the communication needs of children following brain injury.
- CSD 4145: Developmental Language Disorders
- CSD 5104: Language Disorders in School-Aged Children
Selected publications or presentations
- Almasi, N., Scott, C., & Richard, G. (October 2021). Peer Model Social Outcomes Using the Peer-Mediated Intervention Stay-Play-Talk: Poster Presentation to the Iowa Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Iowa City, IA
- Almasi, N. (September 2021). Facilitating Speech Sound Production Skills in the Early Childhood Classroom: Presentation to the Linn-Mar Community School District, Marion, IA
- Almasi, N. (May 2020). Core Word Vocabulary and AAC: Presentation to Grant Wood AEA, Cedar Rapids, IA.
- Almasi, N. (May 2020). Perceptions of Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Student Clinicians’ School-Based Practicum Experiences: Presentation to Grant Wood AEA, Cedar Rapids, IA