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JB Orange, PhD
Professor and Director
School of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Room 1510E, Elborn College
519 661-2111 x88227 email@example.com
PhD (SUNY Buffalo)
Supervising Graduate Students
Adult neurogenic language
Cognitive communication disorders including dementia, aphasia, right hemisphere brain damage and tramautic brain injury
Associate Scientist - Aging, Rehabilitation & Geriatric Care (ARGC), St. Joseph’s Health Care – Parkwood Hospital and Lawson Health Research Institute
Research Associate, Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging (CCAA)
Member Academic Division of Developmental Disabilities, Department of Psychiatry Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
Acquired language disorders
Clinical applications in acquired language disorders
Communication Disorders in the Geriatric Population
Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA) - Editor’s Award – April 2008
Poster Award, 3rd Place, 4th International Research Workshop on FTD/ALS
University Students’ Council (USC) Teaching Honour Roll - 1996-1997
Faculty of Health Sciences – Recognition of Achievement in Teaching - 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2011
Faculty of Health Sciences – Recognition of Excellence in Teaching – 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014
School of Communication Sciences and Disorders - Top 10% Instructor Award June 2013
Chair - Council for Accreditation of Canadian University Programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CACUP-ASLP) Standards and Procedures Review Committee, June 2011 - present
Savundranayagam, M. & Orange, J.B. (2014)
Matched and mismatched appraisals of the effectiveness of communication strategies by family caregivers. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 49(1), 49-59. Roberts-South, A., Findlater, K., Strong, M.J. & Orange, J.B. (2012).
Longitudinal discourse changes in ALS. Seminars in Speech and Language. 33, 79-94. Williams, L., Abdi, H., French, B., & Orange, J.B. (2010).
A tutorial on multiblock discriminant correspondence analysis (MUDICA): A new method for analyzing discourse data from clinical populations. Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research, 53, 1372-1393. Recent Publications
Savundranayagam M & Orange JB. (2014). Matched and mismatched appraisals of the effectiveness of communication strategies by family caregivers. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 49(1), 49-59.
Davis B & Orange JB. (2013). Online roundtable summary: Identifying needed research. In B. Davis and J. Guenduozi (Eds.). Pragmatics in dementia discourse. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 239-244.
Roberts A & Orange JB. (2013). Discourse in Lewy Body Spectrum Disorder. In B. Davis and J. Guenduozi (Eds.). Pragmatics in dementia discourse. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 147-204.