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Textbook: AAC for All - Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Practices
Presented by Mollie Mindel, MS, CCC-SLP, ATACP, Jeeva John, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #10928Level: Advanced11.5 Hours
There is a rapidly growing awareness of the importance of a culturally responsive practice when supporting students using Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). This course aims to counter the systematic lack of resources and training available to SLPs who work with diverse populations who require AAC, and practically prepare them to better assess diverse students’ needs and implement impactful interventions.

Textbook: Cognitive Communication Disorders of MCI and Dementia - Definition, Assessment, and Clinical Management
Presented by Kim McCullough, PhD, CCC-SLP, Kathryn A. Bayles, PhD, ASHA Fellow, Cheryl Tomoeda, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #10911Level: Intermediate15.5 Hours
Based on the textbook Cognitive Communication Disorders of MCI and Dementia: Definition, Assessment, and Clinical Management, this course provides the knowledge to diagnose and treat individuals with cognitive-communicative disorders associated with aging, mild cognitive impairment (MCI), and dementia-producing diseases, our fastest growing clinical population.

Textbook: Medical Speech-Language Pathology Across the Care Continuum
Presented by Alex Johnson, PhD, CCC-SLP, FASHA, FNAP, Barbara Jacobson, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, Megan Schliep, PhD, CCC-SLP, MPH, Bridget Perry, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #10731Level: Intermediate15.5 Hours
Based on the textbook Medical Speech-Language Pathology Across the Care Continuum, this course explores medical SLP across settings (including acute care, rehabilitation, skilled nursing, outpatient, home health and pediatrics), and collaborators, workflows, and diagnosis and treatment principles for each. Neuroimaging, pharmacology, and lab tests are discussed, and case studies demonstrate application of concepts across the care continuum.

Textbook: Here’s How to Treat Childhood Apraxia of Speech: 3rd Edition
Presented by Margaret Fish, MS, CCC-SLP, Amy Skinder-Meredith, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #10674Level: Advanced24.5 Hours
Based on the textbook Here’s How to Treat Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS): Third Edition, this course discusses the most current research regarding the nature of CAS, best practices in evaluation, and effective treatment approaches, along with considerations related to motor learning and co-occurring challenges. It provides a holistic overview of the complex needs of children with CAS at various stages of development.

Textbook: Aligning IEPs to State Standards
Presented by Ginevra Courtade, PhD, Diane Browder, PhD
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Course: #10534Level: Intermediate8.5 Hours
Based on the textbook Aligning IEPs to State Standards, this course describes the link between state/federal requirements, state standards, and general education curricula, and how to align IEP goals/objectives with these standards. Case examples are discussed that incorporate multiple academic content areas, as well as assistive technology and self-determination, into IEPs for students with moderate to severe disabilities.

Textbook: Writing Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives
Presented by Cynthia Herr, PhD, Barbara Bateman, PhD
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Course: #10533Level: Intermediate7.5 Hours
Based on the textbook Writing Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives, this course discusses the concept of measurability and how to incorporate a child’s unique needs into legally correct and clear IEP goals and measurable objectives. Case studies provide best-practice examples of goals/objectives for a variety of scenarios.

Textbook: Achieving Communication Competence
Presented by Yvonne Gillette, PhD, ASHA Fellow
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Course: #10517Level: Advanced15 Hours
Based on the textbook, Achieving Communication Competence, this course describes a three-step process to create an effective intervention plan for people with severe communication disabilities. Assessment of environmental factors and communication skills, implementation and modification of intervention plans, and progress reporting are discussed.

Textbook: AAC in the Schools - Best Practices for Intervention
Presented by Gloria Soto, PhD, Nancy B. Robinson, PhD, CCC-SLP, Professor Emerita
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Course: #10519Level: Intermediate8 Hours
Based on the textbook AAC in the Schools: Best Practices for Intervention, this course is a comprehensive guide for systematically overcoming barriers in the school for students who use AAC. Curriculum-based assessment tools are discussed, along with methods for aligning intervention goals with general education standards, developing lesson plans, and adapting curricula for students with AAC needs.

Textbook: Conversations Framework: A Program for Adolescents and Young Adults
Presented by Barbara Hoskins, PhD, CCC-SLP, Kristine Noel, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #10455Level: Intermediate9 Hours
The end goal of communication intervention is to have individuals be able to participate effectively in conversational interactions. The conversational moves and their underlying foundational skills that are critical to social communication are addressed in this textbook course. Techniques and activities for targeting conversational skills in adolescents and young adults are also discussed.

Textbook: Comprehensive Intervention Using the Word-Finding Intervention Program, Third Edition (WFIP-3)
Presented by Diane J German, PhD
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Course: #10412Level: Intermediate13 Hours
This course, which is based on the textbook, the Word-Finding Intervention Program, Third Edition (WFIP-3), describes a comprehensive word-finding intervention model. Specifically, word-finding retrieval strategies, word-finding self-advocacy instruction, and word-finding-based differentiated instruction and assessment procedures are discussed, along with word-finding lesson plans, long-term goals/benchmarks, and progress monitoring for preschool/primary, intermediate, and secondary students with word-finding difficulties.

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