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Camilo Maldonado III

Assistant Professor
(716) 878-5199
Campus Address: Caudell Hall 313

PhD, SUNY, University at Buffalo, 2014   CCC-SLP 

M.S., The Pennsylvania State University, 1999

CCC/SLP-L

Focus
Academic

Presentations
Maldonado, C. (October 2011). When boys are boys and girls are girls... Or not: An exploration of gender development in young children. Presentation conducted for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation for the Jewish Community Center of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY.

Maldonado, C. (November 2010). Early childhood communication development: Typical acquisition and red flags in children, birth to three years of age. Presentation conducted for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation for the Westminster Early Education Child Care Center. Buffalo, NY.

Maldonado, C. (November 2010). Preschool communication development: Typical acquisition and red flags in children, three to five years of age. Presentation conducted for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation for the Westminster Early Education Child Care Center. Buffalo, NY.

Maldonado, C. (October 2010). You’re in America, speak English: A qualitative study of language policy in an Early Intervention Program. Presentation conducted at University at Buffalo’s Research Symposium. Amherst, NY.

Maldonado, C. (October 2010). Which kids are gonna make it and which kids are gonna fail: The discourse of racial interactions in a preschool classroom. Presentation conducted at University at Buffalo’s Research Symposium. Amherst, NY.

Maldonado, C. (February 2010). Thinking outside the toy box: Using toys to enhance communicative competencies in young children. Presentation conducted for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation for the Westminster Early Education Child Care Center. Buffalo, NY.

Maldonado, C. (October 2009). Not every flower blooms in the spring: Toward a better understanding of clinical supervision. Presentation conducted at Buffalo State’s Department of Speech-Language Pathology Supervision Conference. Buffalo, NY.

Maldonado, C. (November 2007). Different country, same kids: Multicultural aspects of communicative development in children. Presentation conducted for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation for the Jewish Community Center of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY.

Maldonado, C. (October 2006). Understanding hearing and speech problems in the elderly: Overcoming communication and swallowing concerns. Presentation conducted for Buffalo-Niagara Region’s Department of Health. Niagara Falls, NY.

Courses Taught
SLP 302: Clinical Phonetics
SLP 305: Communication Disorders I
SLP 424: Organization and Administration of School Speech and Language Programs
SLP 605: Contemporary Issues in Clinical Interactions: Families and Culture
SLP 610: Evaluation and Treatment of Phonological Disorders
SLP 622: Language Disorders of School-Aged Individuals
SLP 625: Advanced Topics and Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders

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