Stephen Sacks is the 2011 American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation recipient of the Rolland J. Van Hattum Award. This is given for “outstanding commitment and contribution to the delivery of speech-language pathology services in a school setting.” (read more)
Mr. Sacks has been an SLP in the central California schools for the past 36 years. He is the co-author with Peter Flipsen, Jr. of three peer-reviewed studies on remediation of the /r/ and /s/ sounds. Mr. Sacks is the developer of the SATPAC Computer Program and SATPAC Approach, has presented at over 100 workshops, state conventions and at ASHA and has written articles for professional journals and Advance Magazine.