Black Box Theater, The Lorraine and Bill Dodero Center for Performing Arts
This month's speaker will be Robert Miller M.S., CCC-SLP. Robert is the father of Ian Miller ’25. For more than 30 years, Robert has been working with patients from ages 3 to over 100 who have cognitive, linguistic and speech impairments. He has served as the head of special education in elementary schools and has both managed rehabilitation and held administrative positions in various capacities in long-term and short-term rehabilitation facilities.
Robert was raised in Edinboro, Pa. and graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in speech language and auditory pathology. He completed his master's degree in 1995 in speech language pathology. His primary focus of study was mild to moderate cognitive communication disorders and he has presented his own research at the international level. He has multiple certifications in the treatment and management of dementia and patients with Alzheimer's disease.
At breakfast, Robert will discuss mild to moderate cognitive impairment, primarily in dementia, and its impact on independent living.
Robert and his wife, Esma, are the parents of Ian and Emmie, who both love to spend time on the ice at the Stefanski Ice Center. The Millers are residents of Gates Mills.