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20Q: From Kanner to DSM 5 - Autism from an SLP Lens, Part I
Presented by Theresa Bartolotta, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #8543 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will describe the changes in diagnostic criteria and practices from the time autism was first described by Leo Kanner in 1943 until the DSM IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - Fourth Edition) criteria were published in 1994. This historical perspective will enable speech-language pathologists to gain a deeper understanding of how autism has evolved through the decades.

20Q: Practical Strategies for Serving Students in Poverty with Potential and Identified Developmental Language Disorder and Their Families
Presented by Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin, PhD, CCC-SLP, F-ASHA
Course: #8500 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course is geared toward SLPs who provide services to children from low-income backgrounds and their families. The course shares practical strategies for helping these children increase their language skills, both oral and literate, as well as increase their executive functioning skills, for a more successful future.

20Q: Ethical Issues Associated with the Supervisory Process
Presented by Wren Newman, SLP.D, CCC-SLP
Course: #8459 Level: Intermediate0.5 Hours
This course provides information regarding the responsibility of supervisors to ensure that their supervisees do not engage in unethical behavior. It also provides information on what supervisors should do when they discover that their supervisees have violated standards of ethics.

20Q: Clinical Challenges in Aphasia Rehabilitation
Presented by Janet Patterson, PhD, CCC-SLP, Patrick Coppens, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #8461 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The course highlights several clinical issues that are typically not addressed in aphasia texts but have the potential to influence the outcome of therapy. The authors provide concrete clinical recommendations.

20Q: Education Standards: Is There a Role for Speech-Language Pathologists?
Presented by Lissa Power-deFur, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #8313 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course explains the history of education standards and details the language and communication expectations of standards. Ideas for SLPs’ use of the standards for evaluation, eligibility determination and planning are provided.

20Q: Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy for Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury
Presented by Jennifer Ostergren, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #8333 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course describes cognitive rehabilitation therapy (CRT) for adults with traumatic brain injury (TBI), including general foundations of CRT and examples of CRT specific to attention, information processing, memory, executive function, and communication deficits following TBI.

20Q: Preventing Reading Difficulties in Children with Language Disorders
Presented by Laura Justice, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #8253 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Children with language disorders are at a high risk for also having reading difficulties. This can result in difficulty with learning and in many other aspects of life. This 20Q article will help speech-language pathologists better understand why language disorders often lead to learning difficulties and what can be done to prevent or mitigate these reading difficulties through early intervention.

20Q: Childhood Apraxia of Speech - Diagnosis and Intervention
Presented by Amy Skinder-Meredith, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #8189 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a motor speech disorder that challenges many speech language pathologists in terms of how to diagnose it, as well as how to treat it. This 20Q article will provide information on what to include in the assessment that will allow the clinician to be more confident in his/her diagnosis. It will also focus on where to begin treatment and how to incorporate phonological awareness into speech therapy.

20Q: Early Childhood Stuttering - Background and Assessment
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.