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May

Dr. Lesley Sylvan and Francine DeMarco

Due process, mediation, supreme court cases… these are not the words that bring joy to an SLP but dealing with litigious cases is an important part of the work of school-based SLPs. This session will discuss what SLPs need to know about key supreme court cases related to special education.

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June

Carolyn Perry and Brittany Hall

Have you ever thought that your group interventions need a little spice? With their combined experience and skill, you can pick up some tips and tricks to running effective group interventions.

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July

Dr. Jayne Brandel

Workload got you down?  Dr. Brandel will discuss service delivery factors (time per week, decision making, etc.) impacting SLP's work life. Perhaps this will help professionals to better manage their workloads and improve decision-making.

August

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Dr. Aimee Dietz

Dr. Aimee Dietz will discuss her research in AAC and discourse for persons with aphasia, because AAC is not a last resort intervention. Neuro recovery/intervention data indicate positive language  recovery post-AAC intervention.

September

Monica Plascencia, Reid Magliano, Allison Ko, & Leah Gonzalez

TBA

Retro Microphone

October

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Dr. Kelly Farquharson

Dr. Farquharson will discuss the role of phonological representations as they relate to the development of literacy skills for children with speech sound disorders and dyslexia. From theory to practice!

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November

Dr. Ben Munson

Spoken language conveys multiple messages simultaneously. In addition to conveying a 'regular' linguistic message, utterances convey information about the people who produce them. This includes information about their identity (are they older, gay, and liberal [like me]?), and their state of mind (are they angry? what is their attitude toward the topic being discussed?). Part of learning language means learning how to convey these different pieces of social information.