FRIDAY, June 4 Details

LEARNING OUTCOMES & DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS


Adolescent Stuttering Intervention: What's for Homework? (1.0)

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Author/presenter: Narges Firouzshahi, B.S.

Additional authors: Anne Williams, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, Judith D. Oxley, Ph. D. CCC-SLP

· The learner will be able to discuss the features of a successful and effective “homework” assignment

· The learner will be able to discuss the role of homework assignments in stimulus generalization of fluency strategies

· The learner will be able to discuss the influences of homework assignments on client and caregiver attitudes towards stuttering.

 

Speaker Disclosure Statements (financial) None. 

Speaker Disclosure Statements (non-financial) None. 



Application of Universal Design for Learning Materials (e.g., electronic newsletter and symbols) in Telepractice (1.0)

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Author/presenter: Meher Banajee, PhD, CCC-SLP 1.0

Additional authors: Jahzae Wooten, Sydney Taylor, Brooke Holley, Lily Huval, Angelle Plauche, Amanda Chalaire, Leslie C. Lopez

· Participants will be able to identify the principles Universal Design for Learning via a symbol-based newsletter during functional intervention strategies.

· Participants will be able to implement modification and use of symbols (e.g., News2You and SymbolStix) for providing speech-language intervention via telepractice.

· Participants will be able to execute (via the use of case examples) how to apply the principles of UDL, using News2You, with their clients of their varying ability and skill levels.


Speaker Disclosure Statements (financial) None. 

Speaker Disclosure Statements (non-financial): Receive subscription from N2Y each semester 


 

In Ghana, Culture Comes First! (1.0)

Author/presenter: Kwaku Nyantakyi, PhD

Additional authors: Janna B. Oetting

· Participants will be able to describe the sociodemographic, language, and dialectal characteristics of Ghana and find it on a map.

· Participants will be able to define cultural competency as implemented in Ghana

· Participants will be able to demonstrate empathy, affirmation, and additive/complementary expertise strategies within clinical practice.


Speaker Disclosure Statements (financial) None. 

Speaker Disclosure Statements (non-financial) None. 



Reading in Secondary Students with SLI (1.0)

Author/presenter: Dr. Denise Davis

Additional authors: Kenneth O. Simpson, PhD, CCC-SLP ,  Lena G. Caesar, PhD, EdD, CCC-SLP

· The learner will be able to discuss reading and reading disability

· The learner will be able to discuss relationship between reading development and language development

· The learner will be able to discuss Speech-language pathologist roles and responsibilities


Speaker Disclosure Statements (financial) None. 

Speaker Disclosure Statements (non-financial) None. 


 

Beyond Cycles and Minimal Pairs, 1.5

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Author/presenter: Dr. Shaverra Jones, CCC-SLP, Dr. Christine Lewis, CCC-SLP

· The participant will be able to identify which treatment approach is most appropriate for children with moderate to severe phonological disorder

· The participant will be able to identify tools to use to select appropriate treatment targets with children with moderate to severe phonological disorders

· The participant will be able to identify the phases of the multiple oppositions approach


Speaker Disclosure Statements (financial) None. 

Speaker Disclosure Statements (non-financial) None. 


 



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