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Mason, Stella, (fl 1930-1963), speech therapist

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Surname: Mason
Forenames: Stella
Gender: Female
Date: fl 1930-1963
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P308707
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c1930-1950: diaries
Wellcome Collection
See Annual Return 2018
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Mason originally trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London (one of the first UK institutions to offer courses in speech therapy) under the legendary founder of the school, Elsie Fogerty.
colleagues; Mason and Stein had known each other for many years with Stein having been one of the contributors to a collection of essays she edited in 1963 entitled "Signs, Signals and Symbols - A Presentation of the British Approach to Speech Pathology and Therapy" (published by Methuen). This book was itself a summary of a conference Mason had organised for the College of Speech Therapists at Stein's suggestion which sought to delineate the British approach to speech therapy.