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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.

Shared Book Reading: If You Give a Mouse Some Mindfulness
Presented by Susan Hendler Lederer, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #10818Level: Introductory1 Hour
Shared book reading is a powerful tool for facilitating language and literacy. The evidence supporting mindfulness practices, and methods for integrating them into shared book-reading activities in order to enhance a child’s ability to listen, look, and learn are discussed in this course. Specific books that are appropriate for such therapy activities are described.

Chronic Cough: Management
Presented by Lauren Fay, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #10819Level: Introductory1 Hour
This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Speech-language pathologists are uniquely poised to help patients with refractory chronic cough. Benefits of SLP management, ways for the SLP to provide education and counseling to patients and family, and cough suppression techniques to reduce laryngeal hypersensitivity and chronic cough are described in this course.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea: The Impact on Swallowing in Adults
Presented by Kendrea L. (Focht) Garand, PhD, CScD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, CBIS, CCRE
Course: #10815Level: Intermediate1 Hour
A comprehensive overview of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and its impact on swallowing performance in adults is provided in this course. Best practices for assessment of swallowing and the currently available evidence related to management of dysphagia associated with OSA are also discussed.

Acquired Brain Injury: Functional Treatment Across Settings
Presented by Erin O. Mattingly, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS
Course: #10810Level: Introductory1 Hour
This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Overviews of the mechanics of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) are provided in this course. Functional therapy ideas for the acute rehabilitation phase of TBI and strategies for incorporating multidisciplinary goals into patient treatment and family education are also discussed.

Working with Survivors of Human Trafficking for Health Care Providers
Presented by Hannah Halbreich, MSW, LICSW
Course: #1033886Level: Intermediate1 Hour
An introduction to human trafficking for professionals working in health care settings is provided in this course. Topics covered include important terminology, different types of human trafficking, and the scope of the problem within the United States. Recognizing the signs of and risk factors for trafficking, conducting trauma-informed screenings and resources for victims are also discussed.

Acquired Brain Injury: Functional Evaluation Across Settings
Presented by Erin O. Mattingly, MA, CCC-SLP, CBIS
Course: #10809Level: Introductory1 Hour
This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Functional and standardized assessment of brain injury across settings are discussed in this course. Symptom identification, informal observational assessment, and challenges associated with using formal assessment in patients who have sustained head trauma are described.

Environmental Modifications for Adults with Low Vision
Presented by Monique Chabot, OTD, OTR/L, SCEM, CLIPP, CAPS
Course: #10807Level: Intermediate1 Hour
An overview of environmental modifications that support speech-language pathology participation and therapeutic outcomes for people with low vision is provided in this course. Supports and barriers that affect communication are described, and the integration of assessment results and home and clinic interventions - including lighting, contrast, and technology adaptations - are discussed.

Social Isolation and Loneliness: Relevance to Those Working in the Health Professions
Presented by Christina Marsack-Topolewski, PhD, LMSW
Course: #10800Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
The COVID-19 pandemic augmented both the challenges and awareness of social isolation and loneliness for healthcare professionals, families, & at-risk individuals. This course differentiates social isolation and loneliness, describes risk factors and signs of these conditions, and identifies effective ways to reduce their occurrence while promoting improved mental and physical health outcomes for clients and professionals.

An Evidence-Based Approach for Self-Regulation and Management: From Meltdowns to Function
Presented by Nicole Quint, PhD, D.OT, OTR/L
Course: #10806Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Incorporation of sensory strategies into pediatric practice, to improve emotional management and self-regulation and prevent sensory processing-related meltdowns, is described in this course. Effective integration of top-down (cognitive) and bottom-up (sensory) approaches is demonstrated via case studies. Outcomes measurement and collaboration with teachers and parents to implement strategies are also addressed.

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