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Breathe, Speak, Eat: What the SLP Needs to Know About Respiratory Failure
Presented by George Barnes, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10445Level: Introductory1 Hour
This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Respiratory disease, respiratory failure, oral intubation, effects of intubation on the larynx and the swallow, and dysphagia management are discussed in this course. Risk factors and salient features of dysphagia after extubation are described in order to help clinicians effectively evaluate and treat their patients.

Decreasing Professional Burnout
Presented by Mira Rollins, OTR/L
Course: #10450Level: Introductory1 Hour
While improving and advocating for the emotional and physical wellbeing of patients, healthcare workers frequently neglect their own. Specific symptoms of professional burnout, practical techniques for decreasing burnout, and helpful resources for healthcare providers are described in this course.

Perspective-Taking: Understanding Challenges, Fears and Joys of Parents of Children with Special Needs
Presented by Christy Jones-Hudson, MA, IMH-E®
Course: #1033835Level: Introductory1 Hour
Clinicians juggle many processes and relationships to balance high-quality services. Stages of grief and the possible physical and psychological impacts that may be experienced by parents of children with special needs are described in this course. Relevant research and ways to better support parents are also discussed.

Leadership in Healthcare
Presented by Claire Aloan, MS, RRT-NPS, FAARC
Course: #1033849Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The differences between management and leadership, and the importance of leadership in health care, are described in this course. Differing leadership styles and ways to develop leadership skills are also discussed.

Seizures and Seizure Management in Early Childhood
Presented by Nancy Nathenson, RRT
Course: #1033838Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Seizures and seizure management in young children, including types of seizures, causes, interventions, and safety considerations, are discussed in this course. Epilepsy treatment and family education are also addressed.

Loss and Grief in Early Childhood
Presented by Tami Micsky, DSW, MSSA, LSW, CT
Course: #1033839Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The experience of loss and death and subsequent grief reactions in early childhood, including developmental and other influencing factors, are discussed in this course. Research and models are presented to provide a practical, guided approach to helping children cope with grief.

Understanding Challenging Behaviors: Practical Tools and Research
Presented by Kelly Gfroerer, PhD, LPC
Course: #1033831Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Common challenging behaviors of young children, their causes and goals are discussed in this course. Principles of encouragement and practical, proactive tools based on theory and research are shared that can help support children and allow them to feel belonging and motivation to cooperate.

Understanding and Supporting Children and Teens with ADHD
Presented by Heather Schmitt, PhD, LP
Course: #10432Level: Introductory1 Hour
An overview of what Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is and is not, including common myths and neurodevelopmental basics, is provided in this course. Practical strategies to manage and intervene with ADHD in children and teens are discussed, with a focus on identifying strengths and promoting self-regulation and executive functioning skills.

Managing Behavior Issues that Interfere with Communication/Learning
Presented by Becky Thomson, PhD, LP
Course: #10420Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Behavior issues that can make it difficult for children and adolescents to learn and communicate effectively are described in this course, along with their types, causes and associated factors. Evidence-based intervention techniques that can be implemented at various stages of escalation are provided, and case studies are utilized to illustrate these strategies.

Anxiety’s Impact on Student Learning
Presented by Aimee Kotrba, PhD
Course: #10344Level: Intermediate1 Hour
In the arena of learning and communication, anxiety has a significant impact, not only on performance, but also on memory, participation, and engagement. The influence of anxiety, components of the avoidance cycle, and accommodations and interventions school professionals can use to help students be successful are discussed in this course.

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