Nassau BOCES supervisor to receive top honor for regional speech-language pathologists and audiologists
Kim Scharoff, Supervisor
Kim Scharoff from Nassau BOCES' Speech and Hearing Services is set to receive the Long Island Speech-Language Hearing Association's (LISHA) highest honor, the Honors of the Association award. The award will be presented in December 2015.
This award acknowledges individuals who have provided outstanding service to the association and to the profession of communication sciences and disorders. At Nassau BOCES,
Scharoff supervises the speech teachers, itinerant teachers of the deaf and the Augmentative
Communication and Assistive Technology Assessments program at the Rosemary
Kennedy Center in Wantagh. She has previously been recognized with LISHA's
Outstanding Service award.
"This award is well deserved and we are very proud of Kim," said Dr. Carmine Scerra, Associate Director, Department of Special Education.
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