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Treating Childhood Apraxia of Speech

This course is designed for speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers who work with students of all ages who have Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Participants will learn the characteristics of Childhood Apraxia of Speech and how to systematically treat and diagnose children with CAS. The projected outcome of this course is to provide school-based speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers with the knowledge, understanding and methodologies needed to address the needs of students with childhood apraxia of speech so that they may make maximal progress in the classroom and with their overall communication skills.

*This course is based on the 1st edition of the book.  However, you may also use the 2nd edition of the book for the course instead.  The only difference with the second edition of the book will be the quizzes which I will send to you once you register.  

Response to Intervention for Oral Language-Early Elementary

This course is designed for school-based speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers who work with K-2 students. The focus is on learning strategies and activities to help students develop and strengthen their oral language skills. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of what Response to Intervention is, the three tiers of instruction and specific ways to foster language skills for students at each tier. The projected outcome of this course is to provide school-based speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers with the knowledge, understanding and methodologies needed to address the needs of students at all 3 tiers of intervention so that student may make maximal progress in the classroom and with their overall communication skills.

Speech and Language Development & Intervention in Down Syndrome

 This course is designed for speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers who want to achieve a better understanding of the speech and language development, assessment and intervention of children with Down Syndrome. Topics include understanding the behaviors, characteristics, genetics and increasing speech intelligibility of children with Down Syndrome. The projected outcome of this course is to provide school-based speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers with the knowledge, understanding and methodologies needed to address the needs of students with Down Syndrome so that they may make maximal progress in the classroom and with their overall communication skills.

Speech and Language Development & Intervention in Fragile X Syndrome

Fragile X syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes intellectual disability, behavioral and learning challenges and various physical characteristics. Participants will learn about the characteristics, identification, and genetics of Fragile X. The focus of the course is on the speech and language development and treatment of people with Fragile X. Other topics include the impact of Fragile X on the family. The projected outcome of this course is to provide school-based speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers with the knowledge, understanding and methodologies needed to address the needs of students with Fragile X Syndrome so that they may make maximal progress in the classroom and with their overall communication skills.

Augmentative and Alternative Communication

This course is designed for speech-language pathologists, special educators and classroom teachers who would like to gain a better understanding of  Augmentative and Alternative Communication processes, interventions, and technologies in order to support their students with complex communication needs.

 

 

Intervention for Social Communication Disorders

This course is designed for speech-language pathologists, special educators and classroom teachers who would like to promote Social Thinking concepts and improve social communication skills for their students with social communication disorders.

 

Intervention for Stuttering in Children & Adolescents

 This course will build on your basic knowledge of the nature of stuttering, assessment and treatment of both children and adolescents. Participants will be able to understand the differences between treatment and prognosis for both age groups. The course focuses not only on the speech aspects but also on the counseling skills required in order to achieve positive outcomes. This course is designed for speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers who work with students who stutter. The projected outcome of this course is to provide school-based speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers with the knowledge, understanding and methodologies needed to address the needs of students who stutter so that they may make maximal progress in the classroom and with their overall communication skills.

Intervention for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

This course is designed for speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers who work with students with autism spectrum disorder. Participants will gain a better understanding of autism spectrum disorder, how it affects communication, socialization, behavior and learning. Students will learn about assessment and intervention basics for working with students on the autism spectrum. The projected outcome of this course is to provide school-based speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers with the knowledge, understanding and methodologies needed to address the needs of students on the autism spectrum so that they may make maximal progress in the classroom and with their overall communication skills.

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