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Articulation, Phonology, And Speech Sound Disorders CEU Courses for SLPs

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Supporting Monolingual and Multilingual Children’s Phonological Development
Presented by Sharynne McLeod, PhD, FASSA, FRSN, SPA Life Member, ASHA Honors, CPSP, Board Certified Specialist-Child Language
Course: #10849Level: Intermediate1 Hour
By age 5, most children worldwide have acquired most consonants, vowels (and tones), and are intelligible. Respectful assessments that analyze children’s speech in all their home languages, and consider standard and dialect forms relevant to the child’s family, are described in this course. Free, evidence-based resources to support SLPs working with monolingual and multilingual children are also shared.

Phonological Intervention for Multilingual Children: Expanding the Cycles Approach
Presented by Raul F. Prezas, PhD, CCC-SLP, PNAP
Course: #10717Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Implementation of a Cycles pattern-oriented approach for multilingual children with highly unintelligible speech is described in this course. Topics include: speech-sound intervention practices for Spanish-English speakers and speakers of other languages, including recommendations for monolingual clinicians; target selection; and strategies for working with families.

Early Literacy Intervention: Putting Print Into Meaningful Practice
Presented by Kelly Vess, MA, CCC-SLP
Course: #10665Level: Advanced1 Hour
This is Part 2 of a four-part series. The reasons that print knowledge matters and ways that SLPs can improve it are discussed in this course. Components of print knowledge, challenges with print knowledge and their prevalence in autism, and evidence-based, multi-modal print referencing strategies for immediate use in clinical practice are addressed.

Culturally-Responsive Accent Management: Conducting Meaningful Assessments
Presented by Amee P. Shah, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #10643Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
Use of the Comprehensive Assessment of Articulation and Intelligibility (CAAI) to conduct culturally-responsive, systematic and comprehensive assessment of foreign-accented speech is addressed in this course. Discussion includes procedures for analyzing 22 areas of speech and language, computing and interpreting scores, and using the results to formulate meaningful goals, plan treatment and evaluate outcomes.

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.

20Q: Principles of Motor Learning and Intervention for Speech Sound Disorders
Presented by Carol Koch, EdD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, BCS-CL
Course: #10573Level: Intermediate1 Hour
An overview of motor learning principles relevant to speech sound disorders, including principles related to structuring practice conditions and feedback, is provided in this course. Evidence from the literature is presented, and specific ways to incorporate these principles into both acquisition and retention phases of intervention are described.

Yoga and Speech Therapy: How to Bring Yoga into Your Pediatric Sessions
Presented by Jessi Andricks, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10478Level: Introductory1 Hour
Yoga isn't just for adults in the studio! What yoga for children entails, and how and why to incorporate it into speech therapy, are described in this course. Discussion includes the ways in which yoga can help children feel more connected to their goals and work, find calm in the sessions, and have a more holistic and mindful experience.

Sound Judgment: Speech Prerequisites, Therapy Techniques, and Use of Motor Learning Principles
Presented by Ann W. Kummer, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow
Course: #10447Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
Differentiating obligatory distortions from compensatory productions, sensory feedback techniques, and effective placement strategies for correction of speech sound errors (e.g., lateral lisp and distortion of /ɚ/ and /r/) are described in this course. Motor learning and motor memory principles are discussed as a framework for achieving carryover after sound acquisition has occurred.

20Q: Using Speech Science in Clinical Practice
Presented by Amy T. Neel, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #10326Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Many speech-language pathology clinicians find speech science daunting and not applicable to their clinical practice. This course discusses why and how speech science is useful in understanding speech disorders and differences. Examples are provided of how to assess and treat speech disorders using speech science-based principles and techniques such as the source-filter theory and acoustic, physiologic and biofeedback measures.

Multilingual Assessment: Tips, Tools, and Resources for the Monolingual SLP
Presented by Meg Morgan, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL
Course: #10331Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Due to speech-language pathologist shortages and more diverse caseloads, monolingual SLPs are increasingly being asked to serve multilingual pediatric populations. Practical resources for conducting a comprehensive evaluation and use of the resulting information to differentiate communication differences and disorders are described in this course. Common questions and challenges, such as use of interpreters, are also discussed.

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