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ADHD 101: Bringing Focus to the Confusion
Presented by Alison D. Peak, LCSW
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Course: #1033721Level: Introductory1 Hour
Behavior is frequently the first sign of underlying emotional difficulties in early childhood. Many times these early symptoms are signs of diagnoses such as attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This course will provide information regarding ADHD, the common manifestations of ADHD symptoms, the neurological impact of ADHD, common interventions for ADHD and differential diagnosis.

Back to Basics: Swallow Screening: How, when, and who
Presented by Angela Mansolillo, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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Course: #8969Level: Introductory1 Hour
Screening of swallow function is a well-regarded tool to identify individuals who are potentially at risk of dysphagia and in need of full swallow assessment, but the options are many and varied. This "back to basics" course will teach participants to make informed, evidence-based choices regarding appropriate screening tools specific to their particular patient populations and settings.

Communication and Independence for the Young Adult with Autism
Presented by Lisa R. Audet, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #9005Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Intellectually capable young adults with autism have unique social, communication and emotional needs. This course will explore the socio-cultural aspects of equity and inclusion that individuals in this group encounter. It will also address the interrelationship of individual needs, therapy strategies, and the skills needed in order to navigate this socio-cultural context.

Back to Basics: Goal Writing for School-based SLPs
Presented by Marva Mount, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8977Level: Introductory1 Hour
Once eligible for services, students need well-crafted goals in order to meet expectations. This course will address writing SMART goals for students from collected data.

20Q: Being Brave - How to Overcome Selective Mutism
Presented by Aimee Kotrba, PhD, Molly Schofield, BS
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Course: #9126Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will provide an overview of selective mutism, including causes, characteristics, and history, as well as components of assessment and diagnosis. It will discuss steps in intervention and treatment considerations such as promoting generalization and involving parents and other professionals.

A Watched Pot Never Boils: Why Observing Swallowing is Unsuccessful and Risky
Presented by Katie Holterman, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
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Course: #8933Level: Advanced1 Hour
Although there is a growing body of literature supporting evidence-based methods of dysphagia treatment, clinicians continue to utilize outdated and ineffective approaches to intervention for patients with dysphagia. This course will review current research on swallowing rehabilitation and discuss the implications for performing outdated or ineffective treatment.

20Q: Important Aspects of Diversity and Culture in Speech-Language Pathology Services
Presented by Marlene B. Salas-Provance, PhD, MHA
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Course: #9125Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will review key information needed to provide services to diverse populations. Information will include the importance of self-reflective practices to address our cultural knowledge and understanding, best practices for use of interpreters, use of appropriate methods in assessment and treatments, and important professional issues related to working effectively with this population.

ICF Framework and Narrative-Based Interventions: Lessons from a Care Provider Turned Cancer Patient
Presented by Janelle Lamontagne, M.Sc., R.CCC-SLP
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Course: #8937Level: Advanced1.5 Hour
This course will discuss current evidence-based practice in the context of the World Health Organization's International Classification of Functioning (ICF) framework. Additionally, this course will describe the components of narrative-based practice and present real-world accounts of ways SLPs can utilize narrative-based practice to provide holistic, client-centered care within the medical setting.

The Effects of Stress and Trauma on Language Development
Presented by Joy D. Osofsky, PhD
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Course: #8940Level: Advanced1 Hour
This is Part 4 of the five-part series, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE): The Effects of Childhood Trauma on Communication. This course will focus on the effects of exposure to trauma, including abuse and neglect, on language development. The impact on early brain development will be discussed, as well as the importance of early intervention to prevent increasing difficulties over time.

Vanderbilt SLP Journal Club: Neurodiversity and Speech-Language Pathology - Thinking Differently
Presented by Mary Alice Keller, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8910Level: Advanced1 Hour
This Vanderbilt SLP Journal Club course will discuss neurodiversity - the idea that disorders like autism should be considered a normal human variation - and how it affects the practice of speech-language pathologists with their pediatric and adult clients. Theories and strategies, as well as professional and personal impact, will be addressed.