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School of Family Studies and Human Services

Barbara R. Weltsch

Barbara R. Weltsch

Clinical Assistant Professor

Contact Information

142 Campus Creek Complex
785-532-2099
bweltsch@k-state.edu

Education

  • Master of Science (M.S.) in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Adelphi University, Garden City, Long Island, NY. (1996)
  • Bachelor of General Studies (B.G.S.), Auburn University at Montgomery, AL. (1993)
  • Associate in Arts (A.A.) in Liberal Arts, Coastal Carolina Community College, Jacksonville, NC. (1991)

Certifications

  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • State of Kansas Licensure as a Speech-Language Pathologist
  • State of New York Education Department Certification as Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped

Areas of Specialization

  • General Practice
  • Developmentally Appropriate Practice
  • Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Motor Learning Treatment Strategies
  • Clinical Instruction and Supervision

Courses Taught

CSD 347 Introduction to Phonetics

Professional Biography

Mrs. Weltsch began her career as a speech-language pathologist for children preschool through 12th grade in several rural communities in the state of Alabama after obtaining her bachelor’s degree.  That experience led to graduate school as a non-traditional student followed by employment in the Geary County school district in Kansas.  There she provided services to caseloads of up to 80 children in grades preschool-5 with a variety of disorders across the scope of practice.  She also supervised paraprofessionals and several K-State CSD graduate students completing their school externships.  After several years of teaching Clinical Procedures, Language Development, Introduction to Phonetics, and Clinical Supervision as an adjunct instructor (in addition to her full-time job), she became a full time faculty member of Communication Sciences and Disorders at K-State in 2001.

Vita (pdf)