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The Picky Eater Course
Sponsored by: Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP

The only online course to be developed by an SLP and a pediatrician! Five hours of video instruction, taken at your own pace over 30 days. CEU information can be found under The Picky Eater Course tab at www.parentinginthekitchen.com. Due to the low cost, we will not be managing CEUs but we have provided objectives and other course information if you'd like to submit on your own (no guarantee). Designed for parents, this course has taken off with SLPs who are interested in learning more about feeding babies, toddlers and school age kids! Contact Melanie via the contact page at www.parentinginthekitchen.com for more information.

 

 

October 27, 2016
Health Care Transition Pleanning for Students With Hearing Loss Webinar
Sponsored by: Educational Audiology Association

Teens are interested in taking an active role in their health care, and the expectations they have for their healthcare providers are very similar to those of adult patients. Professionals specializing in a range of health challenges (e.g., diabetes, cardiac abnormalities) routinely provide transition planning to help teens gradually assume responsibility for their health; however, similar transition planning for teens with hearing loss and other communicative disorders has not yet been developed. This session will describe a set of skills involved in health care transitioning, including health literacy, and share a proposed transition plan designed for educational audiologists.

Learner Outcomes:  At the completion of this webinar, participants will be able to define health literacy, describe a tool used to screen teens’ health literacy skills and describe three stages developed to support a transition plan into adult health care.

Webinar Registration Rates: EAA Members $30, Non-Members $45.

This course is offered for 0.15 ASHA CEUs (intermediate level, professional area)

To register and learn more visit our website


 

December 1-4, 2016
Orofacial Myology: From Basics to Habituation
Sponsored by: Neo-Health Service, Inc.

This course, Orofacial Myology: From Basics to Habituation, places you into an international certification track for Orofacial Myology (oral myofunctional therapy).  Courses are given in various locations throughout the year.  “Tongue Thrust,” phase one of the swallow, chewing, drooling, thumb sucking habits, ankyloglossia, and connections between oral musculature and articulation and other speech concerns are covered in this course.  The Myo Manual treatment program, used worldwide in all types of facilities, is included in the course.  Hands on experience for a thorough oral exam and the entire treatment program is provided in this four day, 28 hour ASHA approved course. Most classes fill and have to be closed, so consider early registration if interested.

For more information, contact Sandra Holtzman, MS, CCC-SLP, COM at Sholtzman@OrofacialMyology.com, call 954-461-1114 or visit our website www.OrofacialMyology.com.


 

March 8-10, 2017
2017 General & Special Education Conference - SEATTLE
Sponsored by: Rehab Seminars

Twenty-four full day courses will be offered at this conference on a variety of topics including: Childhood Apraxia of Speech, LAMP Training, Learning Disabilities, Executive Function, Autism, Behavior Management, Explicit Instruction and more. 1.95 ASHA CEUs (19.5 hours); 2 graduate level college credits-WWU.  Course options include:

Management of Childhood Apraxia of Speech Using Dynamic Tactile & Temporal Cueing by Edythe Strand, PhD, CCC-SLP, Mayo Clinic –This is a 2–day course; Language Acquisition Through Motor Planning (LAMP) by Christine E. Grubbs, MS, CCC-SLP, The Center for AAC & Autism, Wooster, Ohio; Teaching Social Skills: Evidenced- Based Strategies for School Age Children with Autism by Rebecca A. Moyes, MEd, Grade Point Resources, Leechburg, PA; Using “Cheat Sheets” to Promote Independence for Students with Autism by Patrick Mu- lick, MS, BCBA; Assessing Students’ Use and Disuse of Executive Functions by George McCloskey, PhD, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine; The Role of Executive Functions in Reading, Writing and Math: Assessment and Intervention Strategies by George McCloskey, PhD, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Conference Registration Information: To download a full Conference program, registration page or to register online, go to:  www.rehabseminars.org or call the conference chairperson at 360-379-6994.



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