Jun 9, 2020
During this episode, Jerry Hoepner, a faculty member in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, speaks with Wayne Zorn, CeCelia Zorn, and their speech-language pathologist Tania Riske, about primary progressive aphasia. They also discuss the trio’s article, “Three Voices at the Table.”
Wayne Zorn is a man of many
dimensions. As others discover who he is, they find a person with a
giving heart, a curious, precise, and engineering mind, and a
fun-loving soul. CeCelia and Wayne met in high school in rural
northeastern Wisconsin. Married for 45 years, CeCelia brings a
threefold background to our discussion about PPA. CeCelia strives
for a life enriched by kindness, joy, perseverance, curiosity,
patience, and collaboration.
Tania Riske is a speech-language pathologist at Mayo Health Systems – Eau Claire. She initially entered the speech language pathology field through her volunteer work with the Chippewa Valley Aphasia Group and graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire Communication Sciences and Disorders Program. Tania continues to enjoy treating patients with aphasia and their families within the LPAA Paradigm.
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