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The Language-Literacy-Dyslexia Connection: Reframing Our Thinking as SLPs
Presented by Jeannene Ward-Lonergan, Robert Pieretti, PhD, CCC-SLP
Course: #10372Level: Intermediate1.5 Hours
The impact of language disorders and language-learning disabilities, including dyslexia, on students’ success in school is addressed in this course. Practical, collaborative strategies for transdisciplinary language-literacy assessment are provided. Ways for SLPs to support literacy development, including appropriate language intervention goals, transdisciplinary service delivery, and evidence-based treatment methodology are also addressed.

Laryngectomy Rehabilitation: A Roadmap to Finding the Right Stomal Attachment
Presented by Meaghan Kane-Benjamin, M.A., CCC-SLP
Course: #104111 Hour
Various intraluminal and peristomal attachment options for Heat Moisture Exchange (HME) systems and/or hands-free devices are described in this course. Selection of the appropriate attachment and techniques for optimal placement/application of the attachment to achieve a good seal are addressed. Troubleshooting strategies for difficult stomal topography are also discussed.

Functional Cognitive Linguistic Activities for Community Reintegration
Presented by Amber B. Heape, ClinScD, CCC-SLP, FNAP, CMD, CMDCP
Course: #10336Level: Introductory0.5 Hours
SLPs sometimes struggle to find meaningful activities for patients with mild cognitive impairment, especially those who may be returning home. This Fast Class demonstrates examples of patient-centered, functional cognitive-linguistic goals and activities related to safety, numeric reasoning, problem solving and more, to support individuals with community reintegration.

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.

Feeding in Newborns with Cleft Lip and Palate: Using Evidence and Experience as a Guide for Success
Presented by Brenda Thompson, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
Course: #10403Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The role of the speech-language pathologist or other feeding specialist in promoting infant feeding efficiency for optimal growth and development is described in this course. Different types of clefts and their impact on newborn feeding and swallowing are discussed, along with components of the clinical feeding assessment and therapeutic interventions to facilitate feeding in infants with cleft lip/palate.

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.

Executive Functioning: Targeting Students' Skills through an Interdisciplinary Lens
Presented by Katrina Fulcher-Rood, PhD, CCC-SLP, Pamela Schuetze, PhD, Kathy Doody, PhD
Course: #10327Level: Introductory1.5 Hours
Executive functioning skills of children preschool-aged through young adulthood are defined and their development and importance during the school years is described in this course. Strategies to target executive functioning skills from an interdisciplinary perspective are also discussed.

Bilingual Transgender Voice: Increasing the SLP's Awareness
Presented by Stacey Perez, SLP.D, CCC-SLP
Course: #10348Level: Introductory1 Hour
The literature on voice and communication therapy for the transgender community remains overly broad, with little to no research focusing on the bilingual transgender voice experience and clients' entire identity, including ethnicity. This course discusses vocal cultural characteristics and why they must be considered in order for SLPs to develop cultural competence and effectively work with the bilingual transgender population.

Interprofessional Collaboration in Evaluation and Treatment: Case Studies
Presented by Sue Ellen Krause, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL, BCS-F, ASHA Fellow, ISHA Fellow
Course: #10322Level: Advanced1 Hour
Collaboration within and across disciplines is key in planning and carrying out differential speech and language evaluation and treatment. The rationale for partnership with other professionals, as well as with families, is presented using complex case studies as examples of such cooperative efforts.

Transgender Voice and Communication
Presented by Jill Michael, MA, CCC-SLP, Vocologist
Course: #10317Level: Introductory1 Hour
An introduction to transforming voice and communication for individuals who identify as transgender, non-binary and gender diverse is provided in this course. Cultural competence - including terminology and medical considerations - and evidence-based practices for assessment and treatment of pitch, resonance, and nonverbal communication across the gender spectrum are also addressed.

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