Communication Sciences & Disorders Faculty
Seton Lindsay is a speech-language pathologist who has treated children and adults in the Boston area for over a decade in both hospital and outpatient clinic settings. She has worked with individuals who have a range of disorders, including autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, and traumatic brain injury. As a clinical researcher, Lindsay has contributed to investigations at Boston's Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. Most recently, she worked on a longitudinal study investigating early markers of autism spectrum disorder by performing evaluations of the communication, play, social skills, and general development of children at risk.
Lindsay has lectured at area universities, hospitals, and conferences on a variety of topics, including autism spectrum disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, and bilingual language acquisition. She has also taught a graduate seminar on "Communication Profiles in Autism Spectrum Disorder" at Boston University's Sargent College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences.
Office: Ubank 9th Fl.
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