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#e264 Training Auditory Processing In Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders And Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders 

by Martha Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP

This course reviews and updates the newer neuroscience research on processes of neurodevelopment emphasizing auditory, cognitive and communication networks. Research is explained and reviewed followed by clinical applications and evidence-based treatment. ...more+

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#e263 Neurology And Neuroscience: Review And Update For Your Clinical Practice

by Martha Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP

Learn basic neuroanatomy and neurophysiology to better understand and integrate the latest neuroscience research to populations including autism spectrum disorders, auditory processing disorders, motor speech disorders, language disorders in children and aphasia in adults...more+

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#e262 Building Social And Emotional Skills Competencies Using The Conversation Path Technique

by Rosslyn Delmonico, MA, RSLP, CCC-SLP

This online course presents evidence-based teaching methods and ‘hands-on’ learning activities that can effectively support the acquisition of three conversation skills:  greetings, chitchat and long conversations with embedded topics.  The lesson activities can be implemented within a variety of treatment settings and are primarily intended for children ages 5-14 years....more+

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#e231 Medical Speech Pathology Essentials For Dysphagia Practice: Managing Complex Adult Patients With Pulmonary, Digestive And Airway Disorders

by James Coyle, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, ASHA Fellow

This course provides essential information on managing complex patients who have multiple diagnoses impacting swallowing function. Discussed will be swallow function and treatment planning as related to body systems, the aging process, and patient diagnostic reports...more+

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#e219 Topics On Supervision For Speech-Language Pathologists

by Cassie Quinn, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Fulfill your 2020 ASHA Mentoring and Supervisory course requirements. This 10.5 hour course includes all 10 learning modules of this course series, "Topics on Supervision for Speech-Language Pathologists". Specifically, this course will cover ...more+

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#e154 Perspectives On Dysphagia Service Delivery: All About Treatment

by multiple expert presenters

Twelve master clinicians in the field of speech-language pathology team up to discuss the history of dysphagia management, how evidence-based practice has evolved over the years, and what best practice looks like today....more+

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#e137 Dysphagia Assessment: A Comprehensive Review Of Evidence-Based Practice

by multiple expert presenters

This comprehensive assessment course is presented by 5 leading experts in the field of speech-language pathology. Included will be both instrumental and non-instrumental diagnostic methods available when assessing a person with dysphagia....more+

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#e07 Dysphagia Practice: Moving Toward More Comprehensive Treatment Protocols

by multiple expert presenters

This audio course brings together six leading experts who explain how to expand your current treatment options to include a more comprehensive treatment approach for working with persons with dysphagia....more+

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#e244 Breaking Bad: Top-Down Executive Function Training And Clinical Interventions That Enhance Learning And Motivation

by Martha Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP

This course will review new research on Social Emotional Learning (SEL), self-regulation, motivation and academic confidence.  The content will include brain research on how regulatory skills mature in children and adolescents to enable purposeful, goal-oriented behavior for academic success.  Research on best practices for...more+

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#e221 Human Trafficking:  How It Occurs, What It Looks Like, And How To Respond

by Amy Rouleau, MPA

The heinous crime of human trafficking has reached epidemic levels, not just around the world but in every state in the United States. This course is intended to teach professionals how to identify and respond to human trafficking....more+

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#e87 Ethics, Evidence And Clinical Decision Making

by Paula Leslie, PhD, FRCSLT, CCC-SLP

Do your rights as a professional mean more than the rights of your patients? Learn what Ethical Boards expect you to do when conflicts arise in your practice. This course focuses on ethical decision making for adult individuals with dysphagia....more+

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#e266 Evaluation And Treatment Of Childhood Apraxia Of Speech: The Kaufman K-SLP Methods And Behavioral Strategies To Build Vocal Communication

by Nancy Kaufman, MA, CCC-SLP

Join apraxia expert, Nancy Kaufman, as she discusses evaluation and treatment strategies for Childhood Apraxia of Speech. This presentation will include signs and symptoms of CAS, establishing motivation, shaping word approximations, implementing and fading cues, reinforcement strategies, data collection, scripting functional expressive language, coaching parents, and practicing skills in the natural environment....more+

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#e261 The Five Systems Of Dysphagia: Why The SLP Is More Important Today Than Ever

by Jeanna Winchester, PhD

This course explores the multisystem breakdown of the swallow as well as the broadening role of the SLP in dysphagia therapy. The five systems of dysphagia (cognitive - neurological - respiratory - gastrointestinal - muscular) are discussed with explanation of how disorders in these systems can have a devastating effect...more+

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#e260 Early Intervention In Telepractice

by Marissa Rocheleau, MA, CCC-SLP

This course outlines how to implement early intervention in the telepractice setting. It will cover issues related to the research supporting telepractice for early intervention, identifying appropriate models of intervention for EI telepractice, and discuss potential ...more+

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#e259 Telepractice And Augmentative And Alternative Communication (AAC)

by Marissa Rocheleau, MA, CCC-SLP

This course outlines how to implement AAC in the telepractice setting. It will cover identifying appropriate models of intervention and assessment for AAC telepractice and discuss potential solutions for implementing AAC online....more+

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#e258 Issues In Dysphagia Management: Diversity, Culture, & Ethics

by Kellyn Hall, PhD, CCC-SLP

Diversity in healthcare goes far beyond a language barrier. It’s about understanding the larger context of culture and diversity. This course will help you understand the impact of dysphagia on culturally/linguistically diverse populations and navigate ethical conflicts to provide culturally responsive care. ...more+

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#e255 How To Support Speech Pathologists And Children With Autism To Reduce Potential Behavior Challenges: Strategies To Design Successful Therapy Sessions

by Patrick Rydell, PhD

This course provides Speech-Language Pathologists with therapy design considerations to help mitigate interactional breakdowns so speech therapy can be more productive from the start.  Through connecting empirical research and our understanding of ASD learning style challenges ...more+

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#e254 How Can Children With Autism Learn Communication Skills From Their Peers? Overcoming Mechanical And Inflexible Language

by Patrick Rydell, PhD

This course provides Speech-Language Pathologists practical steps and strategies to move children with an autism spectrum disorder from unconventional, mechanical and inflexible verbal exchanges to ...more+

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#e253 How To Create Joint Action Routines For Children With Autism: Strategies To Facilitate Vocabulary, Phrases And Social Use Of Language

by Patrick Rydell, PhD

This course provides Speech-Language Pathologists with step-by-step strategies to design and implement Joint Action Routines (JARs) as a preferred tool to facilitate verbal communication in children with an autism spectrum disorder.  JARs are best practice, naturalistic, social-communicative routines that...more+

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#e252 How Can Children With Autism Become Less Object-Oriented And More People-Oriented? Strategies To Develop A Social Priority

by Patrick Rydell, PhD

This course provides specific goals and strategies for speech-language pathologists to use at home, school, or therapy to help move children with autism from...more+

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#e251 How Can Children With Autism Learn Social Skills From Their Peers? Teaching Vs. Mentoring

by Patrick Rydell, PhD

This course takes the empirical research on ASD peer-mediated interventions and provides practical, common-sense strategies for speech-language pathologists to help children with autism learn how to increase their social abilities with friends....more+

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#e249 Integrating Mindfulness Techniques Into Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology

by Jennifer Llado, MS, CCC-SLP & Brenda Lovette, MS, CCC-SLP

This course will explore the use of meditation and mindfulness practices for the direct application to pediatric speech-language pathology.  Participants will be provided with...more+

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#e248 Developing Carryover For Speech Sound Disorders Within The Natural Environment

by Gina Gabel Hurst, MS, CCC-SLP

The purpose of this course is to encourage SLPs who work with children ages 3 to 12 to effectively promote speech sound carryover.  Principles of using a child’s daily environment and routines for speech sound carryover is compared to developing a child’s language skills through...more+

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#e257 Normalizing A Hyper-Responsive Gag Reflex In Children

by Jennifer Dahms, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

A hyper-responsive gag reflex can be very limiting to a child’s overall well-being.  It can interfere with many different aspects of life.  When a speech-language pathologist is treating a child who...more+

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#e256 Let’s Talk Today! A Calendar Of 365 Daily Activities For Teaching Language Skills At Home

by Jean Blosser, EdD, CCC-SLP

Let’s Talk Today! is a practical resource SLPs can use to engage parents in their child’s language development or improvement. It is appropriate for children ages 3 to 7 who are achieving typical language milestones or struggling due to a speech and language impairment. Over 400...more+

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#e250 A Game Plan For When Changes In Service Delivery Are Required: How To Support Parents And Students/Clients

by LeAnna Heinrich, MS, CCC-SLP

This course focuses on a consultative model of intervention examining social and emotional concerns when providing services virtually. This course also includes functional speech and language strategies and is...more+

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#e247 Best Outcomes In Telesupervision And Telehealth: Just Because You’re Hearing Doesn’t Mean You’re Listening

by Amanda Warren, MS, CCC-SLP

We spend more time hearing than talking, yet we don't remember the majority of what we hear.  This becomes especially relevant as many SLPs and audiologists move to telepractice, telesupervision, and tele-education. In this online seminar come and learn to truly listen as we explore types of listening and obstacles to listening well in the online classroom or therapy room....more+

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#e246 Ready, Set, “Action” 2 – Integrating Science Curriculum Verbs Into Your Therapy Session

by Cathy Alexander, MA, CCC-SLP

This course connects our treatment with curriculum-related goals the child is learning in the classroom. This session covers from early science vocabulary (kindergarten) through adolescents. Learn evidence-based intervention strategies for...more+

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#e245 Ready, Set, "Action" – Integrating Curriculum Verbs Into Your Therapy Session

by Cathy Alexander, MA, CCC-SLP

Limited verb lexicon is a characteristic of children with specific language impairment (SLI). Learn how SLPs can foster the development of verbs by increasing frequency input and verb diversity. Strategies will be provided for children with SLI to learn curriculum verbs. Grade-level verbs, high-incidence academic verbs, and verbs critical for academic success will be covered....more+

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#e243 Updates In Neuroscience: How Therapy Changes The Brain

by Martha Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP

This course reviews current neuroscience research on mechanisms of neuroplasticity and is applicable to all age ranges. The specific emphasis is on cognitive-communication therapeutic drivers that positively affect brain maturation, reorganization, and recovery after injury. The course provides a practical comprehensive overview of treatment methodology (the ‘How’ of therapy) and,...more+

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#e241 The Impact Of Maltreatment On The Development Of Language

by Kimberly Sanzo, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is intended for speech-language pathologists who work with children who may have adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). It will address the effects...more+

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#e240 Assessing And Treating Selective Mutism As A Speech-Language Pathologist

by Emily Doll, MA, MS, CCC-SLP/L

Selective mutism (SM) is an anxiety disorder which profoundly affects social/pragmatic language skills and falls under the speech-language pathologist’s scope of practice. This presentation will provide assessment strategies, review important factors to consider in planning treatment, and provide practical suggestions of activities to use in therapy sessions....more+

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#e239 Patient Safety And Infection Prevention: Infection Control Practices For Speech-Language Pathologists, Audiologists And Healthcare Professionals

by Tom Franceschini, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is designed to teach and review infection control practices, as required throughout all healthcare settings and...more+

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#e238 Treatment In Telepractice: Part 3

by Marissa Rocheleau, MA, CCC-SLP

The course will cover issues related to choosing treatment materials for telepractice, including document cameras, iPad mirroring, and online resources, as well as a review of recent telepractice literature and considerations for...more+

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#e237 Mild Cognitive Impairment: Early Indicators, Assessment, And Clinical Interventions

by Kathryn Bayles, PhD, CCC-SLP

Early identification is vital to delay or prevent progression to dementia, and diagnostic criteria and test performance cutoffs are now available. Language performance deficits are early indicators of MCI and Speech-Language Pathologists are uniquely qualified to...more+

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#e236 Supervision: Am I Ready To Be A Clinical Instructor?

by Amanda Warren, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is intended for SLPs who are interested in developing their teaching abilities prior to taking on their first student. Participants will be introduced to terminology, supports available for novice supervisors, and common models of supervision and feedback.  Most importantly,...more+

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#e235 Language Deprivation In Children Who Are Hard Of Hearing: Defining It, Identifying It, And Describing How To Prevent And Treat It

by Kimberly Sanzo, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is intended for speech-language pathologists who work with children who are deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH). It will address language deprivation in the...more+

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#e234 Pragmatic Language Methods And Strategies: Anecdote On Excessive Screen Time

by LeAnna Heinrich, MS, CCC-SLP

This course examines the relationship between excessive screen time and language development, and offers suggestions for helping families understand screen time. Specific methods and strategies for incorporating the screen time discussion into...more+

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#e233 Introduction To Gender Affirming Voice Therapy

by Tina Babajanians, MS, CCC-SLP

This course explores voice management across the gender spectrum, with a focus on methods and strategies to alter voice characteristics. Participants will learn how to approach consultation, assessment, generalization, maintenance, vocal hygiene, and...more+

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#e232 Grammatical Morpheme Toolbox! Treatment Techniques Targeting Plurals, Verbs, And More!

by Cathy Alexander, MA, CCC-SLP

This course focuses on innovative strategies and techniques for teaching grammatical morphology for children ages three through ten years of age. Children with language impairments often have difficulties in many areas of language, but...more+

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#e229 Functional And First-Rate Aphasia Treatment: A Client-Centered Approach

by Jacqueline Hinckley, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-NCD

This course provides the practicing clinician with the most up-to-date tools and methods, starting from the initial assessment, to establishing goals, to selecting an evidence-based treatment plan. The focus throughout the course is on...more+

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#e228 Core Principles For Respiratory Muscle Training (RMT)

by Harrison Jones, PhD, CCC-SLP

This course provides the critical background and foundational knowledge for developing and improving the clinical RMT programs including...more+

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#e227 Evaluations In Telepractice: Part 2

by Marissa Rocheleau, MA, CCC-SLP

This course will cover issues related to choosing paper-based and digital evaluations, relevant factors that may impact assessments online for children and adults, and discuss potential solutions for common challenges in the online realm. ...more+

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#e226 Learning Style Profile© Advanced Course: How To Set Up The Therapy Environment

by Patrick Rydell, PhD

Most professionals and parents involved in ASD education and intervention are familiar with the latest empirical research.  But, what’s next? What is our game plan? This Learning Style Profile (LSP) Advanced Course focuses on training professionals and parents for interventions that facilitate the child’s development from learning style weaknesses to learning style strengths. ...more+

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#e225 Problem Solving Tracheostomy Tubes For The Speech-Language Pathologist

by Roxann Diez Gross, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow

This course is intended to increase the participant’s ability to problem solve a range of conditions that may occur when working with patients who have indwelling tracheostomy tubes.  Each problem presented is based on...more+

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#e224 Private Practice Essentials: A Guide To Starting An SLP Private Practice

by Jill Shook, MS, CCC-SLP

Do you want to start a private SLP practice but aren’t sure where to begin? Do you wish you had a step-by-step guide to answer all of your questions? This is the course for you!  This course will guide you through...more+

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#e223 Managing Common SLP Stresses Before Burn Out Occurs

by Jessi Andricks, MS, CCC-SLP

In this course, you will learn the science behind stress, how it shows up in the day of an SLP, and how to manage...more+

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#e222 Optimizing Breastfeeding Safety And Outcomes In The Presence Of Feeding And Swallowing Disorders

by Kimberly Morris, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, IBCLC

This presentation will focus on assessment and treatment techniques to reduce aspiration risk at the breast and will highlight how to overcome obstacles to...more+

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#e220 Apraxia Of Speech In Adults: A Clinical Approach

by Jay Rosenbek, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-NCD

This course covers evaluation and treatment of apraxia of speech in adults.  The emphasis throughout is on practice. The first section covers evaluation with a focus on the perceptual ...more+

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#e218 Topics On Supervision For Speech-Language Pathologists – Part 9 And 10

by Cassie Quinn, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Fulfill your 2020 ASHA Mentoring and Supervisory course requirements. This 2-hour course considers supervision across settings including common supervisory principles and patterns found across different settings, what the long-term supervision goal should be, and which types of interpersonal communication are most effective in each setting.  ...more+

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#e217 Topics On Supervision For Speech-Language Pathologists – Part 7 And 8

by Cassie Quinn, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Fulfill your 2020 ASHA Mentoring and Supervisory course requirements. This 2-hour course first discusses accountability in the supervisory process. The second portion of this course will cover supervising students with disabilities. ...more+

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#e216 Topics On Supervision For Speech-Language Pathologists – Part 5 And 6

by Cassie Quinn, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Fulfill your 2020 ASHA Mentoring and Supervisory course requirements. This 2-hour course will discuss the importance of teaching critical thinking and problem solving in the supervisory process, and discuss observation and data collection to help maintain integrity in supervision...more+

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#e215 Topics On Supervision For Speech-Language Pathologists – Part 3 And 4

by Cassie Quinn, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Fulfill your 2020 ASHA Mentoring and Supervisory course requirements. This 2-hour course discusses different approaches to developing effective communication skills between supervisor and supervisee including the process of giving feedback to and leading conferences with supervisees....more+

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#e214 Topics On Supervision For Speech-Language Pathologists – Part 1 And 2

by Cassie Quinn, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Fulfill your 2020 ASHA Mentoring and Supervisory course requirements. This 2-hour course will address understanding roles & communicating expectations, and also discuss individualizing styles & levels of supervision. By reviewing evidence-based research on supervision, we discovered that students’ perceptions...more+

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#e213 Learning Style Profile© Introductory Course: Building The Capacity For Socially Appropriate Conversation In Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

by Patrick Rydell, PhD

This course addresses 10 naturalistic, developmental-behavioral intervention components that represent the greatest challenges for professionals and families as they establish foundations for conversational skills in young children with an ASD. Participants will be introduced to Dr. Patrick Rydell’s Learning Style Profile© (LSP)...more+

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#e212 Oral Hygiene Programs: Oral Care Is Critical Care

by Tom Franceschini, MS, CCC-SLP

Which is a better predictor for a person to develop pneumonia: a diagnosis of dysphagia or poor oral hygiene? The answer to this question may surprise you....more+

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#e211 Preparing SLPs Working In Skilled Nursing Facilities For The 2019 Changes In Medicare 

by Kellyn Hall, PhD, CCC-SLP

Healthcare reform is coming. Are you ready? The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) has proposed a new reimbursement methodology for SNF inpatient services (Medicare Part A) called the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM). Final rule on PDPM is included...more+

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#e210 Getting Smart Using Technology: Evidence-Based Application Selection Criteria Methods

by Nikosi Darnell, PhD, CCC-SLP & Rebekah McPherson, PhD

Speech-language pathologists have been inundated with a myriad of technological choices to incorporate into their daily routines with young clients. However, there has been a lack of professional guidance in identifying technological applications that fall within the guidelines of developmentally appropriate practices, thus...more+

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#e209 Redeveloping Procedural Memories To Address Deficits In Swallowing, Communication And Rapid Decision Making

by Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS

This course explains how to reduce or eliminate the need for constant monitoring to maintain communication and swallowing goals. At the highest level, athletes have stored procedural memories ready to use in their sport. They can adjust these movements in the context of the game with consideration of fatigue, situation, environmental conditions and opponent. Can your patients do this with more basic activities in life, such as find the right word, count, swallow,...more+

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#e207 GERD And LPR In Adults: The Role Of The Speech-Language Pathologist In Diagnosis And Treatment

by Tom Franceschini, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is intended to educate speech-language pathologists about GERD and LPR as it affects both swallowing and voice disorders in adults. The anatomy and physiology and how they relate to the genesis of reflux will be reviewed for a more complete understanding of the syndromes....more+

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#e206 Managing The Defiant Or Uncooperative Child During Therapy

by Adina Soclof, MS, CCC-SLP

This course teaches clinicians effective and practical strategies to manage challenging and defiant behavior in their young clients. Children with difficult temperaments and those with developmental delays may have...more+

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#e205 Traumatic Brain Injury In Children And Adolescents - Part 2: Moderate To Severe TBI

by Paul Fogle, PhD, CCC-SLP

Sixty-four percent of shaken babies can demonstrate speech and language deficits with life-long consequencies. This course covers essential information about moderate to severe TBI in infants (e.g., shaken baby syndrome), children and adolescents that is based on the latest research from medical, rehabilitation, and speech-language pathology literature. ...more+

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#e204 Traumatic Brain Injury In Children And Adolescents - Part 1: Concussion (mTBI)

by Paul Fogle, PhD, CCC-SLP

This is possibly the most comprehensive online training program for speech-language pathologists on the types, causes and management of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) in children and adolescents.  Participants will increase their knowledge base regarding the...more+

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#e203 Developing Critical Thinking Skills In Pediatric Dysphagia: Part 3 – Swallowing Disorders And Medically-Based Feeding Problems

by Jennifer Dahms, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

When working with children who have oropharyngeal dysphagia, the speech-language pathologist will need to be aware of all possible signs and symptoms of swallowing difficulties. Once a diagnosis is made, we need to develop an appropriate therapy plan that addresses...more+

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#e202 Developing Critical Thinking Skills In Pediatric Dysphagia: Part 2 – Oral Sensory Feeding Disorders And Mealtime Management Issues

by Jennifer Dahms, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Many children have difficulties with an over-reactive or under-reactive sensory system. These reactions can have a negative impact on the child's ability to manage food. Therapy techniques that are used to assist with bolus management can be developed to help children be more successful eaters. This course includes video...more+

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#e201 Developing Critical Thinking Skills In Pediatric Dysphagia: Part 1 – Postural Stability And Oral Motor Feeding Disorders

by Jennifer Dahms, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

Oral motor feeding disorders are quite common in the world of pediatric feeding disorders. It is important that the speech-language pathologist who is working with this population understand the sensory innervation and muscle movements that contribute to such areas of deficits. The exercises that we use with children to improve their overall...more+

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#e199 Let's Get Serious About Vocabulary And Morphology Interventions: 80 Evidence-Based Treatments And Activities

by Cathy Alexander, MA, CCC-SLP

This course includes over 80 vocabulary intervention activities, including 20 "ready-to-use" activities for preschool through adolescent students. Participants will learn two approaches for selecting vocabulary words and nine techniques for teaching vocabulary....more+

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#e198 Evaluation And Treatment In Telepractice: Part 1

by Marissa Rocheleau, MA, CCC-SLP

This course is designed as an introduction to teletherapy evaluation and treatment for speech-language pathologists working with either children or adults. The course will cover client factors, privacy concerns,...more+

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#e197 Perceptions Of Children In Speech Therapy – What The SLP Needs To Know

by Ronda Wojcicki, MS, CCC-SLP

This course explores what research says about the perceptions of children in speech therapy from the lens of administrators, teachers, other adults and peers. The impacts of these perceptions...more+

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#e196 Speech-Language Pathologists And Accent Reduction

by Ana Paula Mumy, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is designed to help speech-language pathologists work with individuals who speak with mild, moderate or severe accents and desire to sound less foreign or nonstandard. It will enable SLPs to develop...more+

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#e195 Connecting Language Intervention And The Classroom

by Ana Paula Mumy, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is designed to help speech-language pathologists collaborate with classroom teachers with greater ease and effectiveness. It also provides SLPs a bridge between learning standards and language intervention goals. Key foundational language skills are...more+

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#e194 SLPs Working With Culturally And Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Populations

by Ana Paula Mumy, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is designed to enable SLPs to incorporate a new working knowledge as it relates to bilingualism in the assessment and treatment of CLD populations. The material presented will...more+

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#e193 Accessible Strategies And RTI For Speech Intervention

by Ana Paula Mumy, MS, CCC-SLP

This course is designed to help SLPs make phonetic placement strategies accessible to students and teachers for target sounds frequently in error. The strategies are presented in a way that...more+

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#e192 Purpose And Rationale For Using Endoscopy/FEES In The Management And Treatment Of Dysphagia

by Joseph Murray, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

This course introduces and reviews the Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) as a tool for visualizing, monitoring and treating swallowing function. Guidelines for selecting FEES or videofluoroscopic instrumentation are presented with a comprehensive...more+

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#e191 Functional AAC Assessment And Intervention Strategies For Individuals With Severe Disabilities In Schools And Other Settings

by Stephen Calculator, PhD, CCC-SLP

This online course highlights functional AAC assessment and intervention strategies that have been found to be highly useful in fostering communication, educational, and related skills in individuals with severe disabilities, including those described as beginning communicators....more+

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#e190 Orofacial Myology/Tongue Thrust: An Introduction With Assessment Applications

by Sandra Holtzman, MS, CCC-SLP, COM, QOM

This course presents an overview of the specialty area of orofacial myology and its relationship to the field of speech-language pathology. Also covered are the procedures involved...more+

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#e189 Esophageal Disorders: A New Technology And Perspective On Management

by Robert Arnold, SLPD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

This course explores integrating into the clinical swallow exam the concepts of esophageal physiology evaluation as well as screening for signs and symptoms of pathology in the lower GI tract. ...more+

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#e188 Executive Functions And Self-Regulation: The Impact On Children And Adolescents 

by Rebecca Rowe, MA, CCC-SLP

This course is designed to provide a wide-focus view on the various areas of Executive Functioning from age 3 to 18. It reviews all the...more+

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#e187 Word-Finding Intervention: Retrieval Strategies For Semantic And Phonological Based Word-Finding Difficulties

by Diane German, PhD

Course presenter, Diane German, PhD, is a pioneer clinical researcher and clinical practitioner on the subject of Word Retrieval. This course will aid participants in developing a proven intervention program that addresses word retrieval and vocabulary deficits....more+

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#e186 Rationale For Meditation Techniques In Speech-Language Pathology Practice

by Jennifer Llado, MS, CCC-SLP & Brenda Lovette, MS, CCC-SLP

This course will review the literature and discuss evidence-based ways to incorporate mindfulness practices into speech, language, cognitive and voice therapy for the adult population. The course will also...more+

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#e185 Cognitive Deficits Associated With Right Hemisphere Brain Damage: Attention, Executive Function, Awareness And Memory

by Margaret Blake, PhD, CCC-SLP

This course will cover disorders of cognition commonly associated with right hemisphere strokes in adults, including attention, executive function, awareness, and memory....more+

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#e184 A Cure For The Common Core: Using Books To Address Communication Skills In The Common Core State Standards

by Jennifer Schultz, MA, CCC-SLP

This presentation will provide participants with a framework for developing goals based on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and activities using children's literature as the context for intervention for students with communication impairments in Kindergarten through Fifth grades. Specific Phonemic Awareness...more+

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#e183 Tackling Palliative Rehabilitation: The SLP's Guide To End Of Life Services

by Irene Gofman, MS, CCC-SLP & Amanda Warren, MS, CCC-SLP

In this course, we will review ways that dysphagia management, cognitive management, and communication enhancement differ in End of Life care in comparison to our other scope of practice. We will address early decision making and...more+

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#e182 Perspectives On Speech And Language Interventions For Children With Developmental Disabilities

by Martha Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP

This course reviews and updates clinical research on speech sound disorders, language and reading disorders, and cognitive disorders in children. Briefly looking back at the views of significant contributors to our field, the course provides historical perspective for understanding some of the differences in...more+

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#e181 Esophageal Dysphagia: Evaluation And Treatment Options

by Tom Franceschini, MS, CCC-SLP

This course will discuss the role of the speech-language pathologist in the evaluation and treatment of Esophageal Stage Dysphagia....more+

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#e180 Common Core State Standards - Implications For Working With Children With Autism

by Peggy Agee, SLPD, CCC-SLP & Lissa Power-deFur, PhD, CCC-SLP

This session will briefly review the history of the Common Core State Standards and present a method for analysis of standards to plan for intervention for students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD)....more+

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#e178 The Raz Preschool Stuttering Therapy Program

by Mirla Raz, MEd, SLP

In this complete therapy program, learn evaluation of stuttering and step-by-step instructions in treatment as well as specific instruction for at home carryover....more+

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#e177 Innovative Interventions: Improving Generalization In School-Age Children Using Experiential Learning Principles

by Claudia Doan, MS, CCC-SLP

This fun, interactive, and evidence-based course is designed to help school-age children internalize lessons taught in speech therapy and generalize them to real-life communication situations. Includes over 40 innovative lessons!...more+

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#e176 Neuro Developmental Treatment For Speech-Language Pathologists

by Marybeth Trapani-Hanasewych, MS, CCC-SLP

This is an introduction to the philosophy and brief history of NDT. Course includes the problem solving analysis using the International Classification of Functions that is a hallmark of NDT....more+

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#e175 Stuttering: Treating The Entire Disorder

by J. Scott Yaruss, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, F-ASHA

This presentation details goals and procedures that speech-language pathologists can use to help school-age children, adolescents, and adults overcome the burden of stuttering. Specific strategies are presented...more+

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#e173 Trach And Vent Patients: What The SLP Needs To Know About Communication And Swallowing

by Roxann Diez Gross, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow & Lyndsi Yarkosky, BS, RRT-NPS

This online course will examine factors that affect communication and swallowing performance for adult patients with tracheostomy tubes with and without mechanical ventilation....more+

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#e172 R: Techniques And Interventions To Correct /r/ — Seven Steps, From Basics To Habituation

by Sandra Holtzman, MS, CCC-SLP, COM, QOM

This is the "go to" program for /r/ remediation when auditory bombardment and tactile cues are not enough to produce positive treatment results. This course includes seven basic steps that are necessary to move clients onward toward habituation....more+

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#e171 Pediatric Feeding And Swallowing: Ethics Across Settings Ensuring Quality Of Care Through Collaboration

by Donna Edwards, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S & Lisa Rai Mabry-Price, MS, CCC-SLP

This course reinforces the support of our professional role to serve children with feeding and swallowing disorders across settings and to advocate for those children and families for best outcomes....more+

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#e169 Diagnosis To Treatment Of Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion And Chronic Cough

by Sherri Zelazny, MA, RSLP, CCC-SLP

Learn how to take a comprehensive case history for PVFM and Chronic Cough, how to make a differential diagnosis of PVFM, and how to treat PVFM and Chronic Cough....more+

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#e168 Gauging The Aging Swallow: 3-Part Course For The Medical SLP

by Yvette McCoy, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S & Rinki Varindani Desai, MS, CCC-SLP, CBIS

The primary objective of this Course is to enable clinicians to successfully differentiate between the normal aging swallow (presbyphagia) and impaired swallow function (dysphagia) in older adults and to be able to utilize and apply that knowledge clinically to improve their patient’s overall quality of life....more+

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#e167 A New Science Of Learning Model For The Treatment Of School-Age Speech And Language Deficits

by Martha Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP

This practical course will review research from the new field of educational neuroscience that applies to clinical practice with students who have speech-language and social communication disorders. It will focus on new research on the causes...more+

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#e166 Addressing The Cognitive Deficits That Often Accompany Speech And Language Deficits In School-Age Children

by Martha Burns, PhD, CCC-SLP

This course will review the current research on disorders of attention, memory, perception, executive function and social skills in school-age children. The focus is clinical application with a review...more+

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#e165 Common Core State Standards – For Speech Sound Disorders

by Lissa Power-deFur, PhD, CCC-SLP

This session will explain the purpose and expectations of education standards (Common Core), identify the speaking and listening expectations of the CCSS, and identify strategies for integration of core standards into interventions for students with speech sound disorders....more+

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#e164 Practical Strategies For Identifying And Assessing Infants And Toddlers With Autism Spectrum Disorder

by Elizabeth Crais, PhD, CCC-SLP

Recent evidence indicates that behavioral characteristics of ASD can be seen in some children as young as 12-15 months. Video examples of infants and toddlers with ASD will be used to illustrate what these behaviors look like in young children....more+

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#e163 Managing Cluttering: From Diagnosis To Carryover

by Kathleen Scaler Scott, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-FD

This new, multi-faceted course will take you from the basics of Cluttering, on to assessment and differential diagnosis, through case studies, and then into carryover techniques for treatment. All SLPs working with pediatric and adult clients will find it highly relevant and practical....more+

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#e162 Reading And Writing Expository Text: Project Based Intervention

by Karin Johnson, MA, CCC-SLP & Catherine Curran, PhD, CCC-SLP

This program, which uses students' curricula, provides an intervention designed to help students comprehend and express themselves using exposition while participating in unique, creative, and motivating experiences that they will, upon completion, share with significant others....more+

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#e161 Treatment Of Picky And Problem Eaters Using Food Chaining Therapy

by Cheri Fraker, CCC-SLP, CLC & Laura Walbert, CCC-SLP, CLC

This course instructs professionals in the treatment of children with complex feeding aversion using the techniques of Food Chaining. Participants will learn analysis of core diet, flavor mapping and flavor masking, and use of transitional flavors....more+

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#e159 Phonology Problem Solving: Assessing, Analyzing And Addressing Your Toughest Phonological Cases

by Shari Robertson, PhD, CCC-SLP

Participants in this course will learn how to analyze the entire phonological system as the basis for effective and efficient intervention....more+

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#e158 Treatment Planning For African American Vernacular English (AAVE)

by Courtney Brown, MS, CCC-SLP

This course distinguishes the linguistic features of AAVE, identifies important dialectal features and markers, and integrates contrastive analysis and code-switching as effective pedagogical tools to aid in the linguistic dexterity among bidialectal AAE speakers....more+

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#e157 How To Collaborate With The Classroom Teacher To Improve Students’ Language Skills

by Jean Blosser, EdD, CCC-SLP

With a focus on improving the partnership between SLP and teacher, learn 10 strategies that provide a framework for classroom teachers to modify their instruction to better support children with speech and language disorders in this concise course....more+

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#e156 Prevention Of Feeding, Speech, And Mouth Development Problems: Birth To Age 2

by Diane Bahr, MS, CCC-SLP, CIMI

Participants will learn strategies to help establish solid foundations for the development of normal speech and feeding behavior for young children (birth to age 2) to prevent or reduce life-long feeding, speech, and mouth development problems....more+

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