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Presented by Meredith Poore Harold, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #8098 Level: Intermediate0.5 Hours
This collection of reviews highlights a month of clinically relevant research findings for pediatric and school-based SLPs. Topics include literacy, autism, preschool stuttering, and treatment of apraxia of speech.
Presented by J. Scott Yaruss, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, Nina Reardon-Reeves, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-F
Course: #8086 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course provides a discussion of key facts regarding current views about stuttering in preschool and young school-age children in an engaging Q&A format. The authors specifically focus on characteristics of stuttering in children, ages 2 to 6. They clarify how stuttering differs from the typical disfluencies that all of us experience at times. Importantly, they discuss when therapy is needed in this age group. Finally, the goals of the diagnostic evaluation are explained. This article will certainly help clinicians to become better-prepared to help children who stutter and their families.
Presented by Meredith Poore Harold, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #8062 Level: Intermediate0.5 Hours
This collection of reviews highlights a month of clinically relevant research findings for pediatric and school-based SLPs. Topics include augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), preschool stuttering, developmental language disorder, and measuring student outcomes.
Fluency Friday: A Community/University-based Program for School-age Children Who Stutter, presented in partnership with Cincinnati Children's
Presented by Irving Wollman, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, Robert Reichhardt, MA, CCC-SLP, Karen Rizzo, MA, CCC-SLP
Course: #8015 Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This course will provide an overview of the Fluency Friday Program, an annual community-based, one-day workshop for young children and adolescents who stutter. Comprehensive objectives from differing perspectives will be discussed, including those of graduate students, professionals, parents and clients. Ideas for starting a similar program for children who stutter in your local community will be presented, along with videos from past participants.
Presented by Ellen M. Kelly, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #7926 Level: Advanced1 Hour
Recent findings of longitudinal studies of children who stutter have advanced our understanding of stuttering persistence and recovery. These findings will be presented along with implications for assessment and treatment of developmental stuttering.
Presented by Marlo Wahle, MS, CCC-SLP, Christine Lackey, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL
Course: #7661 Level: Introductory1.5 Hour
This course will discuss the basics to creating family friendly materials. Presenters will demonstrate how to create educational handouts in the form of a newsletter and handouts that may be used within speech pathology sessions or as part of a home program.
Apraxia Articulation/Phonology/Speech Disorders Autism/ASD/Social Emotional CAPD/Central Auditory Processing Cincinnati Children's Early Intervention Language Disorder(s) Literacy/Phonological Awareness Professional Issues School Intervention/Collaboration in Schools Stuttering Syndromes & Special Populations Voice/Resonance Disorder
Presented by Brooke Leiman, MA, CCC-SLP
Course: #7545 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Many young children will go through a period of temporary disfluency as they develop more complex language abilities. This course will educate speech-language pathologists on what to look and listen for in order to differentiate between typical developmental disfluencies and disfluencies that warrant closer attention. This course is open captioned.
Vanderbilt SLP Journal Club: Temperament and Childhood Stuttering: Theory, evidence, and clinical practice
Presented by Robin Michael Jones, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #7416 Level: Advanced1 Hour
The purpose of this course is to provide a brief overview of the construct of temperament, including individual differences in reactivity and regulation, especially with regard to childhood stuttering. Empirical evidence and theoretical perspectives on the role of temperament in childhood stuttering will be discussed, with special emphasis on its relevance to clinical practice in speech-language pathology.
Presented by Mary Weidner, MS, CCC-SLP, Craig Coleman, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F
Course: #7122 Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Although counseling is an integral component of stuttering therapy, many speech-language pathologists have received little to no formal counseling training. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of various counseling theories, principles, and techniques that can be integrated into stuttering therapy. Attendees will gain a basic understanding of how to practice theory-driven counseling in order to help children and adults who stutter manage negative or undesired life experiences associated with their stuttering. An overview of stuttering treatment for older children and adults will also be provided. This course is part of a series of webinars on the topic of stuttering. To register for other courses in the series, please visit: Stuttering Virtual Conference.
Presented by Craig Coleman, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, J. Scott Yaruss, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-F
Course: #7121 Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Stuttering is a complicated condition that involves more than just the production of speech disfluencies. This course will address how speech-language pathologists can use the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) to describe the entirety of the stuttering disorder to enhance both the assessment and treatment of stuttering. Goal writing and various treatment approaches for young children who stutter will be discussed. This course is part of a series of webinars on the topic of stuttering. To register for other courses in the series, please visit: Stuttering Virtual Conference.