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Two woman and young boy at a table with a toy horse. One wall has a large mirrored window and a microphone.

1959

Catherine Croswell Perry and others watch a boy who is either blowing or sucking on a straw in a jar.

1959

Catherine Croswell Perry and others watch a boy who is either blowing or sucking on a straw in a jar.

1959

Young girl, seated, wearing headphones connected to an audio device on a table while an adult woman looks on.

1959

Woman and man stand outside room containing audio equipment. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

A speech clinician sits at a table with two boys and a girl. They boys are blowing through straws. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Clinicians with a young boy who points to a drawing in a book. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Man, woman and child on the steps outside the Robbins Center. A plaque on the exterior marks the buildings as: Emerson College: Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic. Speech audiology and pathology.

1958

Clinician holds a flash card of the letter "P" for a young girl (seated). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Male clinician adjusts the knobs on audio equipment next to a young boy wearing headphones (seated, back to camera). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

View from above of several adults and two children stand by a coat rack. A large plaque on the wall begins with the text: Aid to Speech Therapy.

1958

Speech clinician Ruth Silverman ('59) holds flashcards up to a young boy across the table. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Clinicians with a young girl wearing an audio headset connected to a record player. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Clinician with a young boy seated wearing headphones. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Clinician with a young girl at a blackboard with the letter "S" in chalk. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Clinicians with a young girl wearing an audio headset connected to a record player. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Speech clinician sits at a small table with a boy. A Raggedy Ann doll sits on the table. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Speech clinician Ruth Silverman ('59) holds flashcards up to a young boy across the table. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Speech clinician with boy looking in the mirror. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Clinicians with a young girl wearing an audio headset connected to a record player. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Speech clinician Ruth Silverman ('59) with a young boy. A wooden toy is on the table, stamped with the words, W. Kent, 6120 Fieldston Road. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

A therapist sits at a table with two boys and a girl. They boys are blowing through straws. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center/Clinic that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children.

1958

Woman seated at desk with pen in hand and young boy (standing). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Male clinician adjusts the knobs on audio equipment next to a young boy wearing headphones (seated, back to camera). Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Woman and man stand outside a room containing audio equipment. Samuel D. Robbins Speech Clinic.

1958

Kathleen Browning with children engaged in an activity. Kathleen Browning, an Emerson graduate and speech language pathologist from Middlesex Child Development Center, pictured here working with students from the center.

1993-07-29

Claire Andrade-Watkins, assistant professor in Mass Communication, with her daughter Callie Piedade. Location: At the professor's home in Roxbury, MA.

1986-05-07

Headshot of Peggy Charren. 1984 Emerson College honorary degree recipient; Founder and president of Action for Children's Television (ACT).

Three children with Cabbage Patch Kids dolls. Children of Miriam and Ken Thompson. Documentary film about families of people suffering from the AIDS epidemic.

1987

Claire Andrade-Watkins, assistant professor in Mass Communication, with her daughter Callie Piedade. Location: At the professor's home in Roxbury, MA.

1986-05-07

Doctoral student working with a child. Comm. Disorders doctoral student Sherry Diamond assesses Tina Bui for developmental problems possibly resulting from lead exposures. The child's father, Tan Bui, is present at the session. This is part of a doctoral grant to train students in early intervention. Location: City Hospital, Pediatric Lead Clinic.

1993-07-02

Doctoral student working with a child. Comm. Disorders doctoral student Sherry Diamond assesses Tina Bui for developmental problems possibly resulting from lead exposures. The child's father, Tan Bui, is present at the session. This is part of a doctoral grant to train students in early intervention. Location: City Hospital, Pediatric Lead Clinic.

1993-07-02

Doctoral student working with a child. Comm. Disorders doctoral student Sherry Diamond assesses James Wilbur for developmental problems possibly resulting from lead exposures, as part of a doctoral grant to train students in early intervention. Location: City Hospital, Pediatric Lead Clinic.

1993-07-02

Young woman at a table with boy, both of them hold hand puppets. A banner on the wall reads "So they may communicate." The Samuel Robbins Speech and Hearing Center, founded in 1953 for people with speech and hearing impairments.

1950 - 1959

Close-up of mother, with little girl on her back, her arms around her mother's neck. Both smiling.

1986-05-07

Callie sits on her mother's leg holding what looks like a stack of small plastic tubs.

1986-05-07

An adult's attention is focused on a young child's ear. Another child and adult are present in the background. The Thayer Lindsley Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Infants and Toddlers is a program within the Robbins Center that provides group and individual services to young children and their families. The program began in 1965 as the Thayer-Lindsley Parent Centered Nursery for Hearing Impaired Children. Info source: Emerson College Today (7/21/2014).

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