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Maximizing Written and Spoken Language Recovery in Aphasia
Presented by Pelagie Beeson, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS:A, Kindle Rising, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10204Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
This course discusses the evidence that weakened phonological skills are at the root of persistent written and spoken language impairments in most patients with aphasia. Case examples are shared that describe underlying cognitive processes and written language profiles associated with left perisylvian lesions, and demonstrate the improvements in communication following treatment sequences that focus on phonology.

Vocabulary in 30 Minutes or Less
Presented by Angie Neal, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10114Level: Intermediate0.5 Hours
This Fast Class reviews the evidence base related to assessment and intervention in the area of vocabulary instruction, and its impact on literacy. Specifically, it describes strengths and weaknesses of various assessment tools as well as treatment strategies and activities that allow clinicians to teach vocabulary as efficiently and effectively as possible.

Reflux: Impact on Our Patients and Evidence-Based Treatments, Part 2
Presented by Denise Dougherty, MA, SLP
Course: #10196Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This is Part 2 of two-part series that provides an overview of reflux and its impact on our patients. This course discusses diagnostic tests for reflux and management with medications and diet. Available surgical and endoscopic treatments, as well as outcomes for individuals who have not had successful management utilizing pharmacology, are also addressed.

Medical SLP and COVID: What is Our Role?
Presented by Gabriella Barone, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10197Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course provides an overview of the medical SLP’s vital role in management of patients with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Discussion includes swallow screenings, clinical and instrumental swallow evaluations and speech-language evaluations for this population, as well as considerations for tracheostomized or post-extubation patients or those on supplemental oxygen. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is also addressed.

Reflux: Impact on Our Patients and Evidence-Based Treatments, Part 1
Presented by Denise Dougherty, MA, SLP
Course: #10195Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This is Part 1 of a two-part series that provides an overview of reflux and its impact on our patients. This course describes basic functions of the esophagus, upper esophageal sphincter (UES), and lower esophageal sphincter (LES). Diseases/disorders and other risk factors that contribute to reflux are also discussed.

Smartphone Security for SLPs
Presented by Josiah Dykstra, PhD
Course: #10184Level: Intermediate1 Hour
SLPs who use a smartphone for work-related email, calls, scheduling, or social media introduce potential risks to their business and patients, should the sensitive data stored on and transmitted through the phone be compromised. This course describes the importance of smartphone security and hands-on steps to secure mobile devices.

Textbook: Guide to Clinical Supervision
Presented by Angela Sterling-Orth, MS, CCC-SLP, Patricia Schraeder, MS, CCC-SLP, Ginevra Courtade, PhD
Course: #10099Level: Advanced4.5 Hours
This course, which is based on the textbook Guide to Clinical Supervision, provides tools, tips, and strategies needed to navigate the complex nature of the supervisory process. Evidence-based supervisory models are discussed, along with methods for building relationships, providing feedback and resolving conflict. Easy-to-use resources are also provided.

Collaborate with Confidence in School-based Teams
Presented by Marva Mount, MA, CCC-SLP
Course: #10178Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Collaboration within the school setting is paramount to student success. This course examines the skills an SLP needs to be a confident collaborator within school-based teams, including how to vary communication style based on communication partners and situations in order to achieve desired outcomes. Resources and strategies for effective interprofessional collaboration are also provided.

The Neurodiversity Movement: An Overview for Autism Service Providers
Presented by Julie Roberts, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10164Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course provides an overview of the Neurodiversity Movement as defined by the movement’s Self-Advocates. It discusses history of the movement, important terminology, and goals, and describes neurodiversity-affirming therapy practices for ally service providers.

Joining Forces: SLPs Collaborating to Support Students
Presented by Charlette Green, CAGS, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL, ASHA Fellow
Course: #10158Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course describes effective rapport building, communication, and collaboration skills that are necessary for team members to support and serve the needs of students with communication impairments in both regular and special education classrooms in the public schools. Collaboration models, benefits and challenges, and strategies for working with parents, educators and other service providers are discussed.

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