» Dr. Darla K. Hagge
Adjunct Faculty

College of Educational Studies
Dr. Darla K. Hagge
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Education
California State University, Fullerton, Master of Arts in Com Sciences & Disorders
Chapman University, Doctor of Philosophy in Education
Biography

Darla K. Hagge, speech-language pathologist for St. Jude Medical Center and co-director of Communication Recovery Groups, attends Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies pursuing the Ph.D. in Education with a disability studies emphasis, serves as CSHA’s District #8 Director and is adjunct faculty for Chapman University. 

Areas of Research Interest 

Aphasia, Social Model Approach, and Partner Training

Publication/Presentations

Vickers, C., Hagge, D., & Boudreau, M. (2011). Life participation, education, and advocacy among volunteers with aphasia. A poster session presented at the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, San Diego, CA.  

Hagge, D., Vickers, C., Bieler, K., & Day, C. (2011). Student volunteers and individuals living with aphasia: Creating access. A poster session presented at the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, San Diego, CA. 

Nevin, A., Brown, S., Draxton, S., Erratt J., Esquer J., Hagge, D., Kamae, M., … & Taniform, L. (2011). Teaching to trouble: Critical book reviews as pedagogy to interrogate education praxis. In M. S. Plakhotnik, S. M. Nielsen, & D. M. Pane (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth Annual College of Education & GSN Research Conference (pp.169-176). Miami: Florida International University. Retrievable as a pdf
   
Hagge, D., & Carey, M., & Vickers, C. (2011). Student volunteerism:  Active learning and networking in Communication Recovery. A poster session presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

Hagge, D., & Vonderloh, B. (2011). Aphasia: Theoretical frameworks and inclusion of an insider’s perspective. A seminar presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

Hagge, D. (2010). Medical-based student observations: A collaborative approach. A poster session presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association National Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Hagge, D. (2009).  Improving meal service access for in-patients with communicative deficits.  A poster session presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, Long Beach, CA.

Vickers, C., & Hagge, D.  (2009).  The social consequences of aphasia:  Assessment and therapy for clients and families.  A seminar presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, Long Beach, CA.

Threats, T., Vickers, C., & Hagge, D.  (2009). Evidence based practice using the ICF framework:  Adults with acquired nerogenic communication disorders.  A seminar presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, Long Beach, CA.

Vickers, C. & Hagge, D. (2007). Therapy for long term aphasia: Today’s choices and future possibilities. Special Interest Division 15, Gerontology, 12(2), 16-26.

Vickers, C., Hagge, D. & Vickers, T., (2006). Building community for people with aphasia. A short course presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, San Francisco, CA. 

Vickers, C., Hagge, D., & Tsuma, N. (2005). Availability of Partner Training for Couples Coping with Aphasia. Poster session presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association National Convention, San Diego, CA.

Vickers, C. & Hagge, D. (2005). Social networks approach for persons with aphasia. Special Interest Division 14, Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, 12(3), 6-14.

Blackstone, S., Berg, M. H., Wilkins, D. P., Golinker, L., Vickers, C., Hagge, D., Kingsbury, E., Avila, I. & Fletcher, B. (2005). Social networks and individuals with neurological challenges:  Measurable and reimbursable differences.  A six-hour workshop presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention, Santa Clara, CA.