Dementia and Telephone Scams, Captioned Telephone Services, ASHA President Elect Candidate Lynn Williams
Episode 75: Dementia and Telephone Scams, Captioned Telephone Services, ASHA President Elect Candidate Lynn Williams
Could our ability to fall for multi-media scams be a sign for dementia? Your ability to understand and identify phishing attempts could be directly linked to signs for future dementia. AAA and ASHA have teamed up to create a standard for captioned telephone services. Dr. Lynn Williams sat down with Speech Science to discuss the power of the CCCs, the future of the association, and her view on the direction it should go. Dr. Williams also touched on how to improve awareness and advocacy in our field and what does the clinical doctorate has to do with it.
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Captioned Telephone Services
Mandatory Personal Finance Classes
Weakness for Scams may mean dementia
Special Education Award
Dr. Lynn Williams
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