MSHA - Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Other Offerings

MEMBER OFFERINGS:



CI's for SLPs

 


 

Hearing Aids: Training for Speech Language Pathologists

 


 

CAPD Screening Checklist

 


Classroom Management of a Child with APD

 

 

 



OPEN OFFERINGS:

 



Full-day, concurrent courses will be offered on a variety of topics including mental health, at-risk children & youth, autism spectrum disorder, assistive technology, behavioral disorders, learning disabilities, low incidence exceptionalities, differentiated instruction, assessment and instructional strategies.

March 2, 2016 (Wednesday)

Learning Disabilities Series

Course #1- The Neuropsychology of Mathematics:  Diagnosis and Intervention Strategies for Students Struggling in Math by Steven G. Feifer, DEd, ABSNP, Monocacy Neurodevelopmental Center

Course #2- Transition to Adulthood for Youth and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by Carol M. Schall, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University Autism Center for Excellence

Course #3- Practical Evidence-based Strategies for Increasing Student and Educator Resilience by Brian H. Smith, PhD, Research Scientist at Committee for Children

Course #4- Collaborative Strategies for Supporting Students Using High Tech AAC Systems in General Education Classrooms by Gail M. Van Tatenhove, PA, MS, CCC-SLP, AAC Consultant

Course #5- Classroom Sensory Strategies for Learning by Yvonne Swinth, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, University of Puget Sound

 

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Learning Disabilities Series

Course #6- The Neuropsychology of Written Language Disorders:

A Framework for Effective Interventions by Steven G. Feifer, DEd, ABSNP, Monocacy Neurodevelopmental Center

Course #7- Evidence Based Practices for Instruction of Transition Aged Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by Carol M. Schall, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University Autism Center for Excellence

Course #8- Intensive Supports for At-Risk Students: Matching Students to the Appropriate Intervention by Clayton R. Cook, PhD, University of Minnesota

Course #9- Building Spoken and Written Language Skills with Students with Specific Language Impairments Who Use Robust Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Systems by Gail M. Van Tatenhove, PA, MS, CCC-SLP, AAC Consultant

Course #10- Using Manipulatives for Students Struggling with Math (4th Grade through 8th Grade) by Sarah R. Powell, PhD, University of Texas at Austin

Course #11- The Overlooked Power of Movement and Vision by Katie Johnson, MA, K-12 Teacher, Educational Consultant and Author

 

Friday, March 4, 2016

Course #12- The Neuropsychology of Reading Disorders:  Diagnosis and Intervention by Steven G. Feifer, DEd, ABSNP, Monocacy Neurodevelopmental Center

Course #13- Using Manipulatives for Students Struggling with Math (Kindergarten through 3rd Grade) by Sarah R. Powell, PhD, University of Texas at Austin

Course #14- Addressing Behavioral Challenges in School and Community Settings by Carol M. Schall, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University Autism Center for Excellence

Course #15- Helping Adolescents Succeed: Effective Research-based Strategies for Increasing Academic Achievement and Social and Behavioral Success by Brian H. Smith, PhD, Research Scientist at Committee for Children

Course #16- Multi-tiered Support Systems and Special Education: Models for English Learners by Julie Esparza Brown, EdD, Portland State University

Course #17- Cross-battery Assessment for Specific Learning Disability Identification and Intervention for School Psychologists and Speech-Language Pathologists by Vincent C. Alfonso, PhD, Gonzaga University

 


 

Stuttering Webinars


National Association for Speech Fluency

http://nasf.businesscatalyst.com

It’s been hectic here at the National Association for Speech Fluency (NASF) since the beginning of 2015. We’ve had some challenges and setbacks, but we are ready to announce our Spring  and Summer webinar schedules.

 

As always, there is no charge to attend the webinars, and beginning this year, Certificates of Attendance will be offered for each webinar.

ASHA CEUs are available for a nominal processing fee.

 

CLICK HERE to visit the NASF web for details and registration.

 

Fluency Disorder Tx Structure – components>data>analysis

This 90 minute webinar focuses on a Fluency Disorder therapy session format that includes data collection, analysis, and treatment of four components (emotional response, attitude, behavior, speech disruption) of stuttering. This is not a treatment package, it’s a treatment plan. Visit the NASF web for details and registration.

 

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Fluency Disorder webinar (Two days – 8:00 am – 1:45 pm)

This popular series of 10 one-hour presentations has been reorganized into an online “mini-conference.” All ten presentations are offered over the course of two days (8:00 am – 1:45 pm Central Time). Visit the NASF web for complete details and registration.

 

Fluency IEP – Communication Needs

This one hour presentation focuses on Federal, State, and District regulations governing Individual Education Program (IEP) Special Education Services for Communication Needs related to Fluency Disorder. This webinar takes you on a succinct tour of the rules, and where to find them. Visit the NASF web for complete details and registration.

 

Please help us get the word out by sharing this information with your colleagues.

There is no charge to view the webinars.

 ASHA Continuing Education Credit (CEU) will be offered at the end of each webinar. (There is no test, only your attendance is required.)

 There is a $10.00 CEU processing fee for each webinar if you want CEU credit. The fee is payable via charge card at the end of each webinar on the day of the webinar to receive CEU credit.

 No refunds. No exceptions.

 Ricky W. Burk, CCC-SLP, BCS-F, Presenter and ASHA CE Administrator

National Association for Speech Fluency

nasfceus@gmail.com

PO Box 370, Arlington, TN 38002, USA