Peggy Rosin, MS, CCC-SLP

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Distinguished Clinical Professor, Director of Clinical Education

Contact Information

337 Goodnight Hall
1975 Willow Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
(608) 262-6475
peggy.rosin@wisc.edu

Education

B.S., Marquette University–Milwaukee
M.S., University of Wisconsin–Madison

Courses Taught

CS&D 371: Pre-clinical Observation of Children & Adults
CS&D 390: Practicum in Communication Sciences and Disorders
CS&D 440: Child Language Disorders: Assessment and Intervention
CS&D 750/752: Capstone Courses: Communication Disorders in Children/Adults
CS&D 790: Practicum in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Clinical Statement

Peggy is the Director of Clinical Education for the Department. She has worked with young children with disabilities and children at risk throughout her career. Her recent focus is applying evidence-based methods to increase communication skills using both literacy and performance-based activities. She has primarily applied these techniques with children with Down syndrome and preschoolers in Head Start programs. She developed an "Integrated Treatment" (IT) Summer Program, IT’s Fun, based on these methods for children with Down syndrome. In addition, Peggy has worked for about a decade in Early Intervention, Birth-to-Three in personnel development and in partnership with families to improve service delivery systems.

Highlighted Activities

  • Swift, E. & Rosin, P., Improving the Intelligibility of a Woman with Down Syndrome. Poster. American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, San Diego, CA. November, 2011.
  • Rosin, P. Integrated Treatment: A process for improving communication skills of children with Down syndrome. Day-long workshop, Madison. WI. June 23, 2009.
  • Rosin, P. (2006). Literacy intervention in a culturally and linguistically diverse world: The Linking Language and Literacy Project. In L. Justice (Ed.). Clinical Approaches to Emergent Literacy Intervention. San Diego, CA : Plural Publishing. (p.385-434).
  • Rosin, P. Promoting the Communication Skills of Young Children with Down Syndrome: Meeting the Challenges and Building Strengths. The Alberta Early Years Conference, Alberta Canada, October 2, 2006.
  • Rosin, P. & Miolo, G. Improving communication skills in children with Down syndrome using performance and literacy-based activities. 4th International Conference on Developmental Issues in Down Syndrome, Portsmouth, England, September 17, 2005.
  • Rosin, P., Whitehead, A., Tuchman, L., Jesien, G., Begun, A., Irwin, L. (1996). Partnerships in Early Intervention. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.