I teach courses in neurogenic communication disorders and also supervise graduate students at the Buffalo State College Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic
Please contact me at 716-878-5319 or e-mail for information about:
My research interests include:
· group treatments for people with aphasia and their families
· treatments for individuals with alexia or aphasia
· cognitive, reading, and writing treatments for adults with learning disabilities or TBI
· foreign language learning and college students with learning disabilities
Pankratz, M. E., Plante, E., Vance, R., & Insalaco, D. M. (2007). The diagnostic and predictive validity of The Renfrew Bus Story. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools, 38, 390-399.
Insalaco, D., Ozkurt, E., & Santiago, D. (2007). The perceptions of students in the allied health professions towards stroke rehabilitation teams and the SLP’s role. Journal of Communication Disorders, 40, 196-214.
Insalaco, D., Ozkurt, E., &
Insalaco, D., Sellers, C., Lubinski, R., & Stephan, R. (2004). Development of the Buffalo Peer Visitor Program for stroke survivors. Perspectives on Gerontology, 9 (2), 24-28.
Beeson, P. M., & Insalaco, D. (1998). Acquired alexia: Lessons from successful treatment. Journal of the International Neuropsychology Society, 4, 621-635.
Silverberg N., Vigliocco, G., Insalaco, D., & Garrett, M. (1998). When little words are easier than big words. Aphasiology, 12, 335-356.