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Understanding Alignment and Evidence-Based Strategies for Teaching Students with Moderate-to-Severe Disabilities
Presented by Bree Jimenez, PhD
Course: #7298 Level: Intermediate1 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. This course will offer instructional strategies to help create access to the standard curriculum for students with moderate to severe disabilities. Participants will learn how to apply universal design of learning for all students, involve students in their own learning, translate research to practice, and teach to generalization. Participants will also learn how to to teach to measurable, standards-based objectives that are relevant and meaningful for students who access curriculum at various levels.

"App"etite for Swallowing Therapy
Presented by Tiffani Wallace, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
Course: #7322 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course was designed to review apps currently available for dysphagia. Apps will be discussed that directly target dysphagia evaluation and treatment along with apps that can be used as resources for evaluation and rehabilitation.

Vanderbilt SLP Journal Club: What Does It Mean When a Child Talks Late?
Presented by Stephen Camarata, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #7330 Level: Advanced1 Hour
When a child talks late, it could be a passing developmental phase, or a symptom of speech and/or language disorders or a more serious disability such as autism spectrum disorder or intellectual disability. The purpose of this course is to provide a framework for differential diagnosis of these conditions in late talking toddlers and preschooler children.

Infection Control: Standard Practice
Presented by Kathy Moghadas, RN, CLRM, CHCC, CHBC, CPC
Course: #1033630 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will define and enhance the learner’s knowledge of proper infection control. The course will cover federal mandates, and standard practice for infection control. Main infection control precautions along with practical application of the material will be reviewed. US rules, regulations and laws form the foundation of this course.

Early Identification: The Auditory Skills Assessment; presented in partnership with Pearson
Presented by Donna Geffner, PhD, CCC-SLP/A
Course: #7297 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will inform the participant about the value of identifying young children who are at risk for auditory processing disorders and listening deficits. Brain neuroplasticity and benefits of early intervention will be stressed. The Auditory Skills Assessment test (Geffner and Goldman) will be highlighted.

Utilizing ABA in Dementia Management, Part 2: ABA Principles and Treatment Techniques
Presented by Mary Beth Mason-Baughman, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #7313 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This is the second part of a 2-part series discussing applied behavioral analysis (ABA) as a treatment approach for adults with dementia. Part 2 will focus on ABA principles and strategies to implement behavioral treatment techniques.

Speech Generating Devices: Determining access
Presented by Michelle Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS
Course: #7291 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Augmentative Communication is often provided through Speech Generating Devices (SGDs). A wide variety of product options are available, yet all require the client to access the device itself. Access methods include direct, switch, mouse, eye gaze and more. This course will explore these access methods and clinical indicators for each.

Adolescents with Autism: Writing for Success!
Presented by Tina Veale, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #7250 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This is Part 2 of a 2-part series, Adolescents with Autism: Reading and Writing for Success. Writing is one of the most difficult skills to develop for anyone with a history of language impairment, and individuals with autism are no exception. This course will focus on techniques that encourage adolescents with autism to express themselves through the written word.

Cancer Treatment Related Cognitive Impairment (CTRCI) and the Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist
Presented by Connie J. Carson, PhD, CCC-SLP, Julia C. Osborne, BSc(Hons), PT, CLT-LANA
Course: #7295 Level: Introductory1.5 Hour
Oncology professionals, nurses, neuropsychologists, and psychologists have confirmed cancer treatment-related cognitive impairment (CTRCI) as a common side effect of cancer treatment, impacting as many as 75% of cancer survivors; yet, speech-language pathologists have been silent in establishing their role in the treatment of this phenomenon. This course will provide the necessary background for them to be able to do so.

Adolescents with Autism: Reading for Success!
Presented by Tina Veale, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #7249 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This is Part 1 of a 2-part series, Adolescents with Autism: Reading & Writing for Success. Individuals with autism not only demonstrate difficulty in comprehending and producing spoken language, but struggle in learning to read, as well. This course will explore techniques for promoting reading development in adolescents with autism so that they can become successful readers at home, at school, and at work.