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JUST IN FROM ASHA!
The Medicaid Module is now up and live on the site along with the transcript.
You are invited to participate in a research study about signs of autism in speech of children diagnosed with autism and their siblings. All those who contribute to the study will receive $15 per child per month of participation. The study is conducted by scientists at the University of Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College.
For more information:
Dr. Susan Latham
email@example.com or (574)284-4686
If you know a child who does not have sufficient coverage from other entities to cover the high cost of hearing aids, please READ and SHARE!
The Hearing Aid Assistance Program of Indiana (HAAPI) is now available to help families of school-age children who need hearing aids. Since most health insurance plans do not cover the full cost of hearing aids, HAAPI (pronounced: happy) is provided to support the amplification needs of Hoosier children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Children with hearing loss are eligible for HAAPI, if all of the following are true:
· they are enrolled in kindergarten through 12th grade
· a physician has provided medical clearance
· they have not received funding from HAAPI in the previous three years
· they do not have sufficient coverage through public or private insurance
All hearing aids purchased by HAAPI must be prescribed, fitted, and dispensed by an audiologist who is licensed in Indiana and who has registered to participate in HAAPI. The program is also currently accepting applications for Participating Audiologists.
You can read the full press release here.
This E-Course is hosted by Ages and Stages®, LLC. For detailed information and to register, click on this link: http://www.agesandstages.net/ecatalog.php
Everything You Need to Know about a Baby’s Mouth for Good Feeding, Speech, and Mouth Development
In this ongoing 2.5 hour E-Course, Diane Bahr, MS, CCC-SLP, CIMI teaches about the structures and functions of a newborn baby’s and young infant’s mouth that affect the life-long processes of feeding and speech. Most babies are born with good mouth development, but many problems can arise in the first year. Participants learn to identify mouth development problems as well as some ways/resources to help keep a baby’s mouth development “on track” from birth. Course offered for ASHA CEUs. Cost: $49.
2017 General & Special Education Conference - Seattle
Brain-Based Science, Learning & Achievement
Pre-K through 12th Grade
A Professional Continuing Education Event
Location: Washington State Convention Center
Date: March 8, 9, & 10, 2017
Up to 1.95 ASHA CEUs (19.5 contact hours)
2 Graduate Level College Credits (WWU)
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. 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 Mulick, 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 360-379-6994.
EVENT TITLE: Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® Workshop
Contact Information: Lorie Kientz / firstname.lastname@example.org / 1-877-426-3655 x236
Join us in Lansing, MI on March 20-22, 2017 for the It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification workshop!
This 3-day workshop is for Speech-Language pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families. With hands-on interactive training, you’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child. When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you will be certified to lead It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delay.
Space is Limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email email@example.com or visit the link below:
Contact Name: Mendy Wade
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Number: 513-636-3129
On-Line registration and brochure: https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/s/speech/hcp
Date of Meeting: March 24 - March 25, 2017
Location of Meeting (City/State): Cincinnati, Ohio
Sponsored by: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center: Division of Speech Pathology and Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Registration deadline: March 10, 2017 (or when room occupancy is met.)
Optional Description Limited to 50 words: This course is designed for speech-language pathologists and other craniofacial professionals who deal with velopharyngeal insufficiency or speech disorders related to occlusal anomalies (i.e., surgeons and dental professionals). The course is very practical and designed to enhance the practice of members of a cleft palate/craniofacial team.
2017 Bilingual Symposium
Location: Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach, Miami Beach, FL
Dates: July 20-23, 2017
Up to 1.1 ASHA CEUs (11 hours) can be earned during this event.
Participants will be provided with advocacy tools and demonstrations of innovative assessment procedures for culturally and linguistically diverse students.
Carefully-selected, experienced speakers will be presenting on a variety of topics focused on treating the bilingual population.
All sessions are given in English – you do not need to be bilingual to attend!
The agenda of the Symposium is arranged for participants to attend all sessions.
Session topics include:
Beyond Normal: Shifting our perspective on assessment
Assessment of social pragmatic language using conversation analysis
Preventing Misdiagnosis of Phonological Disorders in Bilingual Children: Evidence-Based Assessment Strategies
To register and learn more, visit bilingualsymposium.com.