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Eating Again After Extubation: A Case Study
Presented by George Barnes, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10582Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Key factors related to respiratory failure and oral intubation, including levels of respiratory support and effects of intubation on the larynx and swallow, are reviewed in this course. A decision-making framework for creating evidence-based, individualized plans of care is described within the context of a case study.

20Q: Head and Neck Cancer for the Speech-Language Pathologist
Presented by Barbara Messing, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, FASHA
Course: #10591Level: Advanced1 Hour
Aspects of head and neck cancer (HNC) management relevant to the speech-language pathologist considering working with this population are described in this course. Specifically, HNC diagnosis and treatment, surgical and reconstructive options, communication and swallowing issues, treatment-related toxicities, and the impact on quality of life are addressed.

Stuttering: Applying SMART Holistically-Framed EBP-Supported Goals in Therapy
Presented by Dan Hudock, PhD, CCC-SLP, Steff Lebsack, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10581Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
The traditional framing of stuttering from an observer’s viewpoint is evolving to instead be viewed through the lens of a speaker’s lived experiences. Strategies for writing evidence-based practice (EBP)-supported goals in a Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-Bound (SMART) format, along with clinical scenarios demonstrating practical application to assessment and treatment, are presented in this course.

Aging in Place: It Takes a Team
Presented by Angela Mansolillo, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, Kathleen T. Foley, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA
Course: #10522Level: Advanced4 Hours
Aging in place is the goal of most elders, but it may require a great deal of support. The impact of normal aging on various systems and the differences between frail and well elders are described in this course. Information and interventions are discussed that allow interprofessional team members to support functional mobility, nutrition and hydration, and health management in their geriatric clients, in order to promote successful aging.

Busting Cybersecurity Myths in Healthcare
Presented by Josiah Dykstra, PhD
Course: #10580Level: Intermediate1 Hour
SLPs must know how to select and use cybersecurity and privacy to safeguard protected health information. Common myths regarding cyber threats and defenses in healthcare, and their impact on providers, patients and vendors, are discussed in this course. The pitfalls of using cybersecurity analogies and how to question assumptions and avoid future myths are also addressed.

Lived Experience of Cluttering: How It Applies to Clinical Practice
Presented by Kathleen Scaler Scott, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-F
Course: #10578Level: Intermediate1 Hour
New information is emerging about how cluttering may impact those living with it. Evidence about the importance of cluttering awareness and client perspectives for providing effective services, and treatment strategies such as interactive listening, as well as clinical application of these findings, are discussed in this course.

Artificial Airways: An Introduction
Presented by Jhanvi Soni, BSRT, RRT-ACCS, NPS
Course: #10571Level: Introductory1 Hour
An overview of various types of artificial airways is presented in this course. The process for carrying out speaking trials with speaking valves and/or trach caps, and strategies for managing potential emergencies, are discussed.

Collaborative Goal Setting with Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury and Their Care Partners, Part 2
Presented by Erin O. Mattingly, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS, Jessica Brown, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #10572Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Evidence from the literature that supports incorporation of patient and care partner needs and priorities into clinical goal setting and functional therapeutic interventions for individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) is discussed in this course. Case studies are presented to demonstrate the application of these patient-centered practices.

Culturally-Responsive Accent Management: Beyond Controversy
Presented by Amee P. Shah, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #10570Level: Introductory1.5 Hours
The Comprehensive Assessment of Articulation and Intelligibility (CAAI), a research-based, data-driven approach to accent management, and its use in screening, assessment, goal setting, and progress monitoring are described in this course. The need for cultural responsiveness, bias awareness and adherence to principles of anti-racist communication when providing these services is also discussed.

Collaborative Goal Setting with Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury and Their Care Partners, Part 1
Presented by Erin O. Mattingly, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS, Jessica Brown, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #10558Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Transdisciplinary models of care for individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) are described in this course. The importance of including individuals with TBI and their care partners in therapeutic decision-making is discussed, and research related to holistic practices, mental health supports and return-to-life services for clients/care partners is presented. (Part 2: Course 10572)

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