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Clinical Uses of the Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test
Presented by Nancy Helm-Estabrooks, Sc.D, CCC-SLP
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Course: #332 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
During this one-hour on-line course, Dr. Nancy Helm-Estabrooks will discuss clinical uses of the Cognitive Linguistic Quick Test (CLQT). The lecture will be divided into two major areas for discussion of CLQT applications: the CLQT as an assessment/diagnostic instrument, and the CLQT as a tool for forming treatment decisions. Among the clinical populations addressed will be those with right and left hemisphere strokes, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, and mild cognitive impairment. Both research and clinical evidence that support the utility of the CLQT will be reviewed.
Which Codes Do I Use Now? New 2014 SLP Evaluation Procedures Codes
Presented by Dee Adams Nikjeh, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
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Course: #6105 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The old speech and language procedure code (CPT 92506) is gone! Now what? Learn how to appropriately use the four new SLP evaluation CPT codes that replaced 92506. Learn which codes may be combined and which ones may not. All evaluated SLP procedure codes will be reviewed so that SLPs may see the choices of CPT codes that are available. Active audience participation is encouraged.
Lip and Cheek Intervention in Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Presented by Jennifer Dahms, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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Course: #6112 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Lip and cheek functioning is critical for a variety of oral motor feeding activities. There are many types of deficits with lip and cheek functioning that can impact safe and efficient feeding. It is critical that feeding therapists are able to identify the functional limitations in lip and cheek movements and understand which particular techniques will be beneficial for remediation.

Please note: This course is also offered in a series titled "Improving Oral-Motor Functioning in Pediatric Feeding Disorders", course 6240, which is offered for .6 CEUs. By completing this course, you will NOT be eligible to complete course 6240 for CEU credit.

Risk Factors for Young Children who Stutter
Presented by Craig Coleman, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F
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Course: #6170 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
When working with young children who stutter, it can be difficult to determine which children need treatment and which children will recover without formal intervention. This course will discuss risk factors for young children who stutter that help determine the treatment plan following a comprehensive evaluation.Cancelled by Member#55064 Amy Natho on 2014-02-06 09:48:03
Risk Factors for Aspiration Pneumonia -Who Gets Sick?
Presented by Angela Mansolillo, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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Course: #6180 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Aspiration pneumonia is an important and dangerous consequence of dysphagia but every patient with swallowing impairment does not necessarily develop pneumonia. Dysphagia clinicians must consider a number of factors that potentially increase the risk of pneumonia in our patients with swallowing disorders. This course will review the evidence base in the areas of aspiration and aspiration pneumonia and assist in answering the question “Who Gets Sick?”
Tongue Elevation Intervention in Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Presented by Jennifer Dahms, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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Course: #6182 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Tongue elevation is critical for managing solid foods and for swallowing. There are many types of deviations in tongue functioning in regards to elevation that can impact safe and efficient feeding. It is critical that feeding therapists be able to identify the functional limitations in tongue elevation and understand which particular techniques will be beneficial for remediation.

Please note: This course is also offered in a series titled "Improving Oral-Motor Functioning in Pediatric Feeding Disorders", course 6240, which is offered for .6 CEUs. By completing this course, you will NOT be eligible to complete course 6240 for credit.

Tongue Lateralization Intervention in Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Presented by Jennifer Dahms, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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Course: #6183 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Tongue lateralization is critical for managing solid foods for chewing. There are many types of deviations in functioning in regards to tongue lateralization that can impact safe and efficient feeding. It is critical that feeding therapists be able to identify the functional limitations in tongue lateralization and understand which particular techniques will be beneficial for remediation.

Please note: This course is also offered in a series titled "Improving Oral-Motor Functioning in Pediatric Feeding Disorders", course 6240, which is offered for .6 CEUs. By completing this course, you will NOT be eligible to complete course 6240 for credit.

Chewing and Biting Intervention in Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Presented by Jennifer Dahms, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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Course: #6184 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Biting and chewing skills are critical for managing solid foods. There are many types of deviations in regards to biting and chewing skills that can impact safe and efficient feeding. It is critical that feeding therapists be able to identify the functional limitations in biting and chewing and understand which particular techniques will be beneficial for remediation.

Please note: This course is also offered in a series titled "Improving Oral-Motor Functioning in Pediatric Feeding Disorders", course 6240, which is offered for .6 CEUs. By completing this course, you will NOT be eligible to complete course 6240 for credit.

Bolus Management Intervention in Pediatric Feeding Disorders
Presented by Jennifer Dahms, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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Course: #6185 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Bolus management is critical for managing semi-solids and solid foods during meals. There are many types of bolus management issues that can impact safe and efficient feeding. It is critical that feeding therapists be able to identify the functional limitations in bolus management and understand which particular techniques will be beneficial for remediation.

Please note: This course is also offered in a series of titled "Improving Oral-Motor Functioning in Pediatric Feeding Disorders", course 6240, which is offered for .6 CEUs. By completing this course, you will NOT be eligible to complete course 6240 for credit.

Autism and Severe Cognitive Impairment – Where do I start?
Presented by Lynn M. Dudek, M.S., M.B.A., CCC-SLP
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Course: #6193 Level: Introductory1 Hour
Speech pathologists are faced with a varied caseload. When treating children with autism and severe cognitive disorders it can be very difficult knowing where to start and what goals to set. This course will address the specific needs of these very early learners.