Dr. Layton and his friends go to support the Fall 2010 Buddy Walk. The record-breaking 12th annual Buddy Walk at Briar Creek was great fun. The Buddy Walk is put on each year by the Triangle Down Syndrome Network.
Dr. Layton traveled to Guangzhou People’s Republic of China in August to train parents and professionals on “Communication Among Children with Down Syndrome.” The training lasted three days including Dr. Layton evaluating several young Chinese children with Down syndrome.
Creative Learning About Wildlife Species (CLAWS) presented to the children at T and T Communication on July 21, 2010. The children learned about several wild animals and they were able to have their pictures taken with the owls.
Talk and Total Communication celebrates its 10th year. Dr. Layton, colleagues, families and friends came together on May 21, 2010 at an open house celebrating the 10th year opening of the Center. Also, it was a time for celebrating Dr. Layton’s retirement from North Carolina Central University. Dr. Layton plans on working full time at […]
Dr. Layton and Dr. Hao have just published a book chapter on speech and language disorders among children with HIV/AIDS. The chapter, titled Communication Disorders in Children with HIV/AIDS, can be found in Plural Publishing’s HIV/AIDS Related Communication, Hearing, and Swallowing Disorders.