Haskins Laboratories

The Science of the Spoken and Written Word

Haskins Training Institute (HTI)

Haskins Training Institute was formed in 2011 to provide direct educational opportunities in the areas of language and literacy for educators, parents, scientists, clinicians, and students at all post-secondary levels. For decades, Haskins Laboratories has been at the forefront of scientific investigation in the areas of speech perception, speech production, and reading, as well as language disabilities, including speech-sound disorders and dyslexia. HTI serves to communicate this knowledge to the public through an array of seminars, small conferences, and intern and training positions.

Haskins Labs has a newly implemented discount rate for employees of non-profit organizations (501c3) who want to attend the HaskinsTraining Institutes. This is a 50% discount of the regular rate. If you’re interested in taking advantage of this you should contact Annie Stutzman(stutzman@haskins.yale.edu) for details and identify your organization.

HTI 2018 Info: 

Upcoming Conference

March 16, 2018 
Approaching Apraxia: Current Perspectives on Assessment & Treatment of Childhood Apraxia

Join Haskins Labs and leading researchers in the field of Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) for a 1-day conference and opportunity to attend a separate small group training on Ultrasound biofeedback, a new and revolutionary method for speech remediation.

Registration and Information

HTI Past Events

Becoming Fluent in Disfluency: An Analysis of Stuttering Research & Treatment in Pre-K Aged Children, Friday April 7th, 2017

  1st HTI co-hosted with Southern Connecticut State University.

After years of affiliation through Haskins researchers as professors at SCSU, interns, and interns transitioning to full-time research associates, Haskins and SCSU have had a long-standing working relationship. We can’t wait to see where it takes us next!

Vincent Gracco PhD, Haskins Laboratories and McGill University
Download Presentation [pdf]

Download Stuttering research references [pdf]

Keynote speaker: J Scott Yaruss PhD,

If you are interested in receiving a copy of Scott’s packet from the conference, please contact Annie Stutzman at: stutzman@haskins.yale.edu or Scott at: speech@yaruss.com.

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