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Voice/Resonance Disorder CEU Courses for SLPs

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Unique Coding, Billing, Reimbursement, and Supervision Issues for SLP Voice Specialists
Presented by Dee Adams Nikjeh, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8305 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will target unique coding, billing and supervision issues specific to speech-language pathologists who provide behavioral and qualitative analysis of voice, instrumental laryngeal assessments, and therapeutic intervention of voice and upper airway disorders. Optimal professional practice requires applicable knowledge of supervision regulations, billing options, and current health care coding systems (i.e., CPT and ICD).

Interpreting Test Scores & Key Concepts with Standardized Tests
Presented by Carolyn (Carney) Sotto, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8295 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Many of the assessment instruments we use are norm-referenced tests that are standardized. There are certain statistical properties needed to understand the psychometric criteria of the tests, which is part of being an informed consumer. This course will help SLPs understand fundamental concepts of descriptive statistics so they can interpret test scores correctly and summarize quantitative data about their clients or patients.

Voice and Communication Across the Gender Continuum
Presented by Gwen Nolan, MS, CCC-SLP
Live WebinarThu, Mar 29, 2018 at 12:00 pm EDT
Course: #8374 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course explores the evaluation and training of gender-congruent voice and communication skills in individuals across the transgender continuum. Culturally sensitive terminology, client-driven goals and stimuli, treatment techniques to feminize or masculinize vocal/speech/language/nonverbal characteristics, generalization, and promotion of good vocal hygiene will be discussed.

Vocal Cord Dysfunction (VCD): Evidence-Based Treatment
Presented by Bridget A. Russell, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8286 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will cover treatment techniques for patients with VCD, including identification of VCD triggers, rescue strategies, and pulmonary function testing, which provides evidence of relief of VCD symptoms post treatment.

Why Nonspeech Oral Motor Exercises are Not Effective for Changing Speech Sound Production
Presented by Gregory Lof, PhD, CCC-SLP, FASHA
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Course: #8192 Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
The use of nonspeech oral motor exercises (NSOME) to change speech productions for children with speech sound disorders continues to be discussed and debated by researchers and clinicians. This course will provide an update on the controversy and will include information on the logic, theory and evidence related to why NSOME should not be used in therapy for this disorder.

Pearson's EBP Briefs: Do Patients Treated for Voice Therapy With Telepractice Show Similar Changes in Voice Outcome Measures as Patients Treated Face-to-Face?
Presented by Balaji Rangarathnam, PhD, CCC-SLP, Gary H. McCullough, PhD, CCC-SLP, Haley Gilroy, MS, CF-SLP
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Course: #8067 Level: Advanced0.5 Hours
Pearson's EBP Briefs are case-based courses designed to assist with everyday decision-making in clinical practice. This case will examine the clinical question, “Do patients treated for voice therapy with telepractice show similar changes in voice outcome measures as patients treated face-to-face?” The related literature search and analysis, along with the resultant clinical decision and application to clinical practice, will also be discussed. A relevant assessment tool for this case is the CLQT+ (Helm-Estabrooks, 2017).

Evaluation of Speech/Resonance Disorders Secondary to Velopharyngeal Dysfunction, presented in partnership with Cincinnati Children's
Presented by Ann W. Kummer, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #7916 Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Children with resonance disorders (hypernasality, hyponasality and cul-de-sac resonance) present challenges for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in all settings. This course is designed to provide simple, yet very reliable low-tech evaluation techniques for practicing SLPs who frequently or occasionally see clients with cleft palate, hypernasality, or suspected velopharyngeal dysfunction. (Part 1: Course 7915)

Causes and Characteristics of Resonance Disorders and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction, presented in partnership with Cincinnati Children's
Presented by Ann W. Kummer, PhD, CCC-SLP
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Course: #7915 Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Children with resonance disorders (hypernasality, hyponasality and cul-de-sac resonance) or suspected velopharyngeal dysfunction present challenges for SLPs in all settings. This course is designed to provide information about the causes and characteristics of resonance disorders and velopharyngeal dysfunction so that these disorders can be recognized and appropriate treatment can be recommended. (Part 2: Course 7916)

Mastering Alaryngeal Communication Using an Artifical Larynx
Presented by Meaghan Kane-Benjamin, M.A., CCC-SLP
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Course: #7923 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course is designed to introduce the different types of artificial larynges that are on the market, as well as the IPATPAL method (Information-Placement-Articulation-Timing-Pitch and Loudness) used for patient instruction to help with mastery.

Tracheoesophageal Voice Restoration: Problems & Solutions
Presented by Julie Bishop-Leone, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #7896 Level: Advanced1 Hour
This course is designed to give attendees theoretical and practical solutions for solving some of the most common problems associated with tracheoesophageal (TE) voice restoration. Specific case examples of problems to be addressed are leakage through and around the voice prosthesis, early device life failure of a TE voice prosthesis, immediate and delayed post-fitting aphonia, difficulty with stomal occlusion, and hypotonicity and hypertonicity of the pharyngoesophageal segment.