Trici Schraeder

Patricia (Trici) Schraeder, MS, CCC-SLP is an author and retired distinguished faculty associate who worked at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders for twenty-six years. Prior to that Trici was a WI public school speech-language pathologist for fourteen years. Trici was a VP of School Services for her state organization (WSHA); received the WSHA 2002 Outstanding Service Award; was the first WI SEAL; served and/or chaired ASHA Committees; received the 2010 ASHA Van Hattum Award; was voted the 2011 Professor of the Year by the WI NSSHLA; has received numerous ASHA ACE Awards; achieved the 2015 UW-Madison Distinguished Prefix; and achieved UW-Madison Emerita status in 2016. In 2019, Trici received a Lifetime Volunteer Service Award from ARC of Southwestern Wisconsin. Trici has presented at numerous state and national conferences; has served as an editorial consultant for the ASHA journal, Language Speech and Hearing Services in Schools; has published her research in peer-reviewed journals; and is the co-author of this text book. Trici has also co-authored a “Guide to Clinical Supervision” and “Best Practices in Communicative Disorders”, a streaming video product that focuses on evidence-based clinical strategies. Trici enjoys the pastoral beauty of rural southwestern Wisconsin with her husband, Tom. She has a daughter, Juliet; son-in-law, Dason; son, Jeremy; daughter-in-law, Carrie; and four grandchildren, Kai, Fischer, Sequoia, and Chloe.

Books by Trici Schraeder