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20Q: Sensation and Perception - Learning and Adapting to the World Around Us
Presented by Richard D. Andreatta, PhD, ASHA Fellow
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Course: #10094Level: Advanced1 Hour
This course provides an overview of the neuroscience underlying sensation and perception, as well as its application to learning and treatment. It discusses a client’s ability to sense and perceive details of therapy tasks as critical components for adaptability and plasticity of the human brain, which in turn improves functional outcomes.

Communicating in Difficult Situations
Presented by Kelli Marshall, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #9978Level: Introductory1.5 Hour
Collaborative service delivery can often lead to communicating in difficult situations for many speech-language pathologists. Whether the SLP is communicating with colleagues or families, emotionally charged situations can lead to communication breakdown. This course provides a rationale and strengths-based strategies for communicating more effectively.

20Q: Language Intervention for Children With or At Risk of Developmental Language Disorder: Defining the Active Ingredients
Presented by Pauline Frizelle, Cristina McKean
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Course: #10090Level: Advanced1 Hour
This course describes qualitative and quantitative active intervention ingredients in relation to children with, or at risk of, developmental language delay (DLD). A framework for categorizing and organizing these ingredients is discussed and the literature regarding these ingredients is summarized for application in practice.

The Role of Resilience in Alzheimer's Dementia
Presented by Teresa Fair-field, OTD, OTR/L
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Course: #9981Level: Intermediate1 Hour
With current research focusing on resilience factors such as sleep and exercise that may impact the presentation and severity of Alzheimer's, SLPs have an opportunity to activate an elder's best defenses against the effects of dementia. This course focuses on health promotion activities to deploy in individual, group, and community health settings, across any adult/older adult population interested in building cognitive resilience.

20Q: Beyond the Swallow - Tracheostomy Tube and Ventilator Management
Presented by George Barnes, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #10056Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course addresses the various questions that may arise for the medical SLP involved in the care of patients with tracheostomy and/or mechanical ventilation. Topics include causes of respiratory failure, consequences of tracheostomy/ventilation, risk management related to intervention, and considerations for assessment and treatment of swallowing and communication, including the use of speaking valves.

Covid-19 With Older Adults: An Update
Presented by Krista Covell-Pierson, OTR/L, BCB-PMD
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Course: #1033813Level: Introductory2.5 Hours
This course will discuss the important role that therapy practitioners serve for the at-risk population of older adults as they address activities of daily living (ADL), safety, quality of life, mental health, and other areas directly impacted by the COVID-19 virus. It provides resources and strategies, including infection control measures, that can be implemented with patients and caregivers.

The Spaced Retrieval Technique: A How-To for SLPs
Presented by Megan L. Malone, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #9973Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course provides an overview of the spaced retrieval technique, a cognitive intervention that can improve recall of functional information. It will discuss the evidence behind this technique and present case studies to demonstrate how to implement it with patients, including goal writing and documentation.

Decreasing Caregiver Burnout
Presented by Mira Rollins, OTR/L
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Course: #9954Level: Introductory1.5 Hour
Often, successful outcomes and sustained health and wellness for patients largely depend on the compliance and performance of a caregiver. This course describes specific symptoms of caregiver burnout, practical techniques to decrease their burnout, caregiver resources, and billable interventions and goals that can be incorporated into the plan of care.

20Q: A Continuum Approach for Sorting Out Processing Disorders
Presented by Gail J. Richard, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #10008Level: Intermediate1 Hour
There is a good deal of confusion among audiologists and speech-language pathologists when a diagnosis of “processing disorder” is introduced. This course presents a continuum model to differentiate processing disorders into acoustic, phonemic, or linguistic aspects so that assessment and treatment can become more focused and effective. The roles of audiologists and SLPs in relation to processing disorders are described, and compensatory strategies for differing aspects of processing are presented.

20Q: Becoming a Medical SLP: From NICUs to SNFs and Everything in Between
Presented by Kristie A. Spencer, PhD, CCC-SLP, Jacqueline Daniels, MA, CCC-SLP, Tamar Nir, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #10005Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course provides an introduction to the career of a Medical Speech-Language Pathologist, including the wide range of possible employment settings, interdisciplinary colleagues, and clinical caseload considerations. It discusses the recommended initial foundational coursework and preparatory training for beginner to advanced certifications, and clinical specializations for current, practicing SLPs.

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