Erin Anne Cardman

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Erin Anne Cardman

Clinical Educator



Erin Anne Cardman, MA CCC-SLP is a Clinical Educator at the GWU Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. She supervises students during their adult neurological disorder and pediatric language disorder rotations in the on-campus clinic, and is the department coordinator for simulated patient education. Prior to working at GW, Erin Anne worked for more than 15 years in an inpatient rehabilitation setting with patients ranging in age from adolescent to geriatric.  She has experience in acute care settings as well the public school system, where she worked with children with low-incidence disabilities. Her areas of expertise include aphasia, TBI, and dysphagia. She has advanced training in dysphagia including FEES and is an LSVT-certified clinician.

  • Member, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), 
  • Speech- Language Pathology licensure in DC and VA
  • Lee Silverman Voice Technique (LSVT) certification
  • Dysphagia
  • Aphasia
  • Adult motor speech disorders
  • TBI
  • SLHS 6201: Clinical Practica, Acquired Neurological Disorders
  • SLHS 2104 Introduction to Speech and Language Disorders
  • B.A, Spanish and Linguistics, The University of Virginia
  • M.A. , Speech Language Pathology, George Washington University