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Improving Speech Intelligibility, Mastication, and Quality of Life in Patients with Trismus
Presented by Megan Nosol, MS, MS.Ed, CCC-SLP
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Course: #7417 Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
Trismus, a disorder that is characterized by reduced range of mobility in the jaw, is common in head and neck cancer patients who have undergone oral radiation and/or surgery, and mandibular trauma patients. This course will educate SLPs about trismus intervention in order to skillfully devise progressive, therapeutic, active and passive jaw stretching programs to reduce the negative effects of trismus on a patient’s speech intelligibility, mastication, and quality of life.

Communicate with Me: Planning effective therapy for students with challenging behavior; Part 2
Presented by Rosemarie Griffin, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCBA
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Course: #7395 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This is part two of a 2-part series addressing challenging behaviors in students. Evidenced based strategies will be discussed so that you can utilize them in therapy with students exhibiting challenging behavior. Videos and images will be shown to illustrate these concepts.

Differential Diagnosis of Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Use of Dynamic Assessment for Treatment Planning
Presented by Kimberly Allyn Farinella, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #7380 Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This case-based presentation will describe the process of differential diagnosis of childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), and detail an initial treatment plan for a child with severe CAS based on dynamic assessment results. Evidence-based assessment tools and techniques will be described and demonstrated, and treatment planning will be briefly discussed.

An Interprofessional Look at the Continuum of Care for TBI in Veterans
Presented by Micaela Cornis-Pop, PhD, ASHA Fellow, Carole R. Roth, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, ASHA Fellow, Erin Mattingly, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS
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Course: #7364 Level: Intermediate3 Hours
The number of individuals in the military that experience traumatic brain injury (TBI) has more than doubled since 2000. With this increase in incidence, the demand for services to support the needs of our servicemen and women has increased as well. Because of the complex nature of TBI sustained in military personal, multiple disciplines must work together to create and implement appropriate intervention. Therefore, the purpose of this course is to review the scope of services available to both Active Duty Service Members and Veterans with TBI, to review the common co-morbidities and their impact on the presentation of cognitive-communication concerns in this population, and to identify evidence-based functional assessment and treatment approaches, including the use of assistive technology.

Communicate with Me: Planning effective therapy for students with challenging behavior; Part 1
Presented by Rosemarie Griffin, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCBA
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Course: #7368 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This is part one of a 2-part series addressing challenging behaviors in students. This course will discuss evidence-based strategies that can be used in therapy with students exhibiting challenging behaviors. Videos and photos will be shown to illustrate these concepts.

Adolescent and Adult Outcomes of Early Childhood Speech Sound Disorders
Presented by Barbara A. Lewis, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #7172 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will describe speech, language, literacy, and psycho-social outcomes at adolescence and adulthood of individuals with histories of early childhood speech sound disorders. Predictors of persistent disorders, literacy difficulties, and social problems and the clinical implications will be discussed.

Ethical Issues in Dysphagia Management
Presented by Lynne Brady Wagner, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #7362 Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This case-based course will address the clinical ethical issues related to the evaluation and treatment of a person with dysphagia. It will provide participants with practical, solution-oriented approaches to dealing with many of the challenging and distressing aspects of clinical work in caring for those with swallowing disorders.

PPVT-4 & EVT-2: Interpreting Results and Designing Intervention Strategies
Presented by Kathleen T. Williams, PhD, NCSP
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Course: #7314 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The first half of the course will address the importance of vocabulary testing and how to interpret results of the co-normed Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test - 4th Edition (PPVT-4) and the Expressive Vocabulary Test - 2nd edition (EVT-2). Designing appropriate intervention strategies based on those results will constitute the second half. This course is presented in partnership with Pearson.

Building Literacy Using Grade-Level Literature (or How to Adapt a Book)
Presented by Tracie Zakas, PhD
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Course: #7301 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course is part of the 2015 Nancy McKinley Lecture Series, Aligning Literacy Instruction to Standards for Students with Moderate-to-Severe Disabilities (Including Autism), and is presented in partnership with University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Story-based lessons provide teachers with very powerful strategies for teaching literacy engagement skills. A well-planned story-based lesson allows students to meaningfully experience a story, book chapter, or textbook passage. Planning is the key to getting the most from a story-based lesson.

Augmentative Communication: The Key to Helping Students Show What They Know
Presented by Joni Nygard, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #7302 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course is part of the 2015 Nancy McKinley Lecture Series, Aligning Literacy Instruction to Standards for Students with Moderate-to-Severe Disabilities (Including Autism), and is presented in partnership with University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Communication tools can be the key to support students’ learning, both in and outside the classroom. Discussion will include augmentative/alterntative communication (AAC) tools and strategies that students with complex communication needs can use for successful interactions; video examples highlighting research-based curricula will also be shared.