Massachusetts Speech-Language Hearing Association

Upcoming Events

Upcoming events

    • 16 Aug 2018
    • 23 Aug 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • Online



    TLC-WEB180816 Live/Recorded Reading with TLC 6.5 Hr. Lively Letters Full Training Webinar


    Watch live and/or watch the recording! For all who register, the recording will be emailed one day after the live event is completed (Emailed on August 24, 2018). The recording will be available for viewing for one week after the live event (Available through August 31, 2018). This training is geared for those who work with general ed. students in grades PreK – 2, as well as those working with struggling students of all ages, including teens and adults and those learning English as a second language. 


    BASIC INFO: Boost your students' literacy skills in a way that's as powerful as it is fun! The TLC approach is comprised of the Lively Letters program, created in 1990 by speech language pathologist, Nancy Telian, MS, CCC-SLP, and Sight Words You Can See, by Penny Castagnozzi. The presenters will walk you through the program strategies with direct instruction, songs, videos, and opportunities for hands-on practice. Lively Letters (training phonemic awareness, speech production) and Sight Words You Can See (training phonetically irregular sight words) have been shown to quickly close achievement gaps for the development of reading and spelling. To see full description and registration click below:


    Reading with TLC Webinar


    • 23 Aug 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 24 Aug 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Hartford, Connecticut


    The PECS Level 1 Training is appropriate for parents and professionals working with learners with autism, related disabilities and/or limited communication skills.


    This two day training begins with an overview of the Pyramid Approach to Education. This includes factors related to establishing an effective learning/communicative environment. Specific topics include functional activities, powerful reinforcers, functional communication, identification, and replacement of Contextually Inappropriate Behaviors, generalization, lesson formats, teaching strategies, error correction, and data collection and analysis.


    The training then goes on to describe the six phases of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) protocol. Participants will learn how to implement the six phases of PECS, plus attributes, through presenter demonstrations, video examples and role-play opportunities. Participants will leave the workshop with an understanding of how to fully implement PECS with individuals with autism, related developmental disabilities, and/or limited communication skills.


    Presenter: Jo-Anne Matteo, MS, CCC-SLP

    Cost: $399 Professionals/$299 Parents


    Registration time: 7:30 AM to 8:00 AM


    REGISTER HERE!


    Group discounts are available!

    Contact Info:

    phone: (888) 732-7462

    email: (dbattista@pecs.com)



    • 07 Sep 2018
    • 08 Sep 2018
    • State University of New York- College at Plattsburgh

    Lidcombe Program for Stuttering in Young Children

    Clinical Training Workshop

    September 7-8, 2018

    State University of New York- College at Plattsburgh

    for information:  www.montrealfluency.com  or rosalee.shenker@montrealfluency.com


    Presented by 

    Montreal Fluency Centre

    4626, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Westmount, Qc H3Z 1S3 

    Tél. 514.489.4320 poste 242 


    • 23 Sep 2018
    • 11:30 AM
    • 25 Sep 2018
    • 4:15 PM
    • DoubleTree Hotel 870 Williston Road, Burlington, Vermont, 05403, USA

    The goal of the Congenital CMV conference is to present the latest research on diagnosis and treatment, raise awareness, delineate prevention efforts, provide information about early intervention options, and disseminate family support resources in an effort to reduce the number of babies born with CMV and connect families affected by CMV with the resources they need to improve their quality of life.


    Link to event page:

    http://cmv.usu.edu/index.cfm


    Contact Info:

    Stacy (Executive Planning Committee)

    Stacy M. Jordan MA CCC-A

    Project Coordinator

    VT Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program

    108 Cherry St

    Burlington, VT 05402

    802-657-4201 phone

    802-951-1218 fax


    • 23 Sep 2018
    • 11:30 AM
    • 25 Sep 2018
    • 4:15 PM
    • DoubleTree Hotel Burlington, Vermont


    Did you know that congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) causes approximately 25% of hearing loss in newborns? What’s more is that with CMV being a virus, it is preventable, but only 9% of women have even heard of CMV and even less know how to prevent it. Join the 3rd CMV Public Health and Policy Conference to be held in nearby Burlington, Vermont September 23-25, 2018 (cmv.usu.edu). Since hearing loss is the most common symptom of CMV, it is paramount to have involvement from the newborn hearing community (e.g., screeners, audiologists, ENTs, early intervention, public health).


    The 2016 conference was a great success with one attendee stating, “Great to see parents and professionals working together with a common cause and a common understanding.” Another stated “Loved this conference. Very well done and very helpful!”


    Register! for the conference today and learn about ways you can help reduce the number of babies born with CMV!


    We look forward to seeing you there!


    CONTACT
    EMAIL: info@cmvconference.org
    PHONE: 435-797-9493


    • 03 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 04 Oct 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • UMASS Medical School Campus, Amphitheater/4th Floor, 333 South St., Shrewsbury, MA 01545




    This two-day continuing education program is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive overview of major categories of acquired brain injury (ABI), including neoplastic, traumatic, vascular, metabolic and infectious disorders of the central nervous system. Epidemiology, factors affecting outcome, and the potential long-term consequences, focusing on neurobehavioral, neurocognitive and sensorimotor sequelae, will be reviewed. 


    Sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts 

    Presented by Francesca LaVecchia, Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts Medical School  campus, (Shrewsbury, MA)


    Time: The event is 8:00-4:30 pm both days


    Price:

    $500.00 for BIA-MA members

    $550.00 for non-members, 13.0 CE


    To learn more about this training, including other discipline-specific CE information, and to register click here or contact Beth Pusey, Education Manager, at 508-475-0032.


    • 03 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 04 Oct 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • UMass Medical South Street Campus 333 South Street Shrewsbury, MA 01545

    This two-day training will provide participants with a comprehensive overview of ABI, its potential long-term consequences, and recommended interventions.


    Faculty:

    Francesca LaVecchia, Ph. D. 



    Below is a link for the Flyer of the event:

    http://www.biama.org/pdfs/ABI%20Clinical/ABI2018/2018ABI%20FLYER%20Save%20The%20Date%20FALL%20SERIES%20May%2029.pdf

    • 12 Oct 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • UMass Medical South Street Campus 333 South Street Shrewsbury, MA 01545


    In this half-day training, participants will learn the pathophysiological mechanisms in acquired brain injury and the common acute neurological sequelae of ABI, including post-concussion syndrome, seizures, hydrocephalus and cognitive disorders.



    Faculty:

    Dr. Sheldon Benjamin



    Below is a link for the flyer of the event:

    http://www.biama.org/pdfs/ABI%20Clinical/ABI2018/2018ABI%20FLYER%20Save%20The%20Date%20FALL%20SERIES%20May%2029.pdf

    • 12 Oct 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • UMASS Medical School Campus, Amphitheater/4th Floor, 333 South St., Shrewsbury, MA 01545



    In this half-day training, participants will learn the pathophysiological mechanisms in acquired brain injury and the common acute neurological sequelae of ABI, including post-concussion syndrome, seizures, hydrocephalus and cognitive disorders. Late neuropsychiatric effects of ABI (e.g., psychosis, mood disorder and personality change) will also be described and discussed. An overview of neurodiagnostic tests (e.g., EEG, CT, MRI, SPECT, PET, fMRI, and DTI) and approaches to interviewing persons with ABI will also be presented,


    Sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts


    Presented by Sheldon Benjamin, MD at the University of Massachusetts Medical School campus (Shrewsbury, MA)


    Price:

    $150.00 for BIA-MA members

    $175.00 for non-members, 3.5 CEs


    To learn more about this training, including other discipline-specific CE information click here or contact Beth Pusey, Education Manager, at 508-475-0032.


    • 18 Oct 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • 19 Oct 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Trader Duke's Hotel 1117 Williston Rd, South Burlington, VT 05403



    Speakers and Topics


    Karen Anderson, Ph.D.   Keynote Speaker and Presenter

    Topic(s): 

    • Estimating Access to Communication in the Classroom and 
    • Self-Advocacy: Assessment and Skill Building

    Katrina Fulcher-Rood, PhD, CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor at SUNY Buffalo State College, Department of Speech-Language Pathology

    Topic: 

    • Integrating mobile technology into your AAC toolkit:  Strategies for assessment, physical access and functional communication

    Melissa Clark, AuD., CCC-A, School-Age Deaf and Hard of Hearing Consultant for Nine East Network

    Round Table Discussion: 

    • Verification and Over the Counter (OTC) Hearing Aid Updates

    Rommy Fuller-Young, ED.S. PhD, Associate Professor of Education;  Director, Education Program, Green Mountain College

    Topic(s):  

    • Literacy and Dyslexia/Dyspraxia
    Breakfast and lunch will be provided

    VSHA's Annual Business Meeting of the Association will be held on Friday, October 19th during lunch from 12:30-1:00 pm. This is VSHA's 60th year of the Association. Board Members and Committee Chairs will provide updates.  Meeting is open to members & potential members.


    Please join us on Thursday, October 18th for light hors d'oeuvres

    and connect with your colleagues during our Networking Session from 5:00-6:30 p.m.



    • 19 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Marlborough, MA




    Clarke Mainstream Services invites all teens with hearing loss in grades 7-12 to register for the 16th annual Making Connections! program. The special day brings together teens from across the country, many of whom are the only students in their school with hearing loss. The program provides teens the opportunity to develop social and advocacy skills in a safe and nurturing environment. 

     

    Students will also have the chance to spend the day with Nolan Gardner, the first cochlear implant competitor on the popular showAmerican Ninja WarriorGardner was a student of mainstream education, and is thrilled to have the chance to share his story with teens at the Making Connections! program.

     

    The program will be held concurrently with the 39th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss on October 19, 2018 at the Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel in Marlborough, MA. 


    Register Here!


    Contact Information:


    For questions, please email fallconference@clarkeschools.org or call 413.587.7313.

    • 22 Oct 2018
    • 26 Oct 2018
    • Aphasia Institute 73 Scarsdale Road, Toronto, Ontario M3B 2R2 Canada



    Learn how to work with clients to help them overcome the communication barriers aphasia creates using a methodology called Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia SCA™ . Then learn how to apply SCA™ techniques to clinical situations such as assessment, counselling, group therapy and working with clients and their communication partners.


    Full Day & Half Day Workshops!


    Link to Flyer:

    http://files.constantcontact.com/cd648948001/6c53ddcf-4fc3-4088-815d-09c3cc21ab1e.pdf


    • 24 Oct 2018
    • 26 Oct 2018
    • New York, NY


    Join us in New York, NY on Oct 24-26 for the It Takes Two To Talk® Hanen certification workshop. This interactive and hands-on 3-day workshop offers effective and research-based strategies for involving parents in early intervention process that ensure best possible outcomes for young children and their families!


    Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org or visit the link below: 

    http://www.hanen.org/Professional-Development/It-Takes-Two-to-Talk/2018-Oct-24-New-York-NY.aspx

    • 24 Oct 2018
    • 26 Oct 2018
    • Baltimore, MD


    Join us at a Learning Language and Loving It™ Certification Workshop in Baltimore, MD on October 24-26, 2018!

    If you or someone you know trains or consults to educators of young children, the Hanen Centre has a training opportunity that's worth investing in. The Learning Language and Loving It Certification Workshop equips you to deliver an evidence-based training to educators that has been shown to change teacher interactive behaviour in the long-term and increase children's language use.

    Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org or visit the link below:  http://www.hanen.org/Professional-Development/Learning-Language-and-Loving-It-ECE/2018-Oct-24-Baltimore-MD.aspx.




    • 07 Nov 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • UMASS Medical School Campus, Amphitheater/4th Floor, 333 South St., Shrewsbury, MA 01545


    In this one-day training the clinical criteria for substance abuse disorders and their relationship to the occurrence of acquired brain injury, as well as neurocognitive impact, will be reviewed and discussed. Participants will learn recommended approaches for recognizing, assessing and treating persons who present with the combined challenges of ABI and substance abuse, including misuse/overuse of prescribed and OTC medications (e.g., analgesics). 


    Sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts

    Presented by Francis R. Sparadeo, Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts Medical School campus (Shrewsbury, MA)


    Price: 

    $250.00 for BIA-MA members

    $275.00 for non-members, 6.5 CEs. 


    To learn more about this training, including other discipline-specific CE information, and to register click here or contact Beth Pusey, Education Manager, at 508-475-0032


    • 14 Nov 2018








    The Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences (ANCDS) is proud to announce the 2018 Scientific and Business Meeting on November 14 in Boston, MA. The theme this year is Advances in Neurological Rehabilitation with a focus on neuroplasticity and the use of technology during recovery from aphasia and motor speech disorders.


    Topics and Speakers

    Functional Reorganization of the Language System in Aphasia

                                    Swathi Kiran, PhD, Boston University, Boston, MA

    Incorporating Learning into Aphasia Rehabilitation

                                    Sofia Vallila-Rohter, PhD, MGH Institute of Health Professions, Boston, MA

    Voice and Speech in Parkinson’s Disease: Motor Control, Physiology, and Acoustics

                                    Cara Stepp, PhD, Boston University, Boston, MA

    Speech Analysis for Medical Diagnostics – From Senses to Sensors

    Jordan Green, PhD, MGH Institute of Health Professions, Boston, MA


    Link to Event Page:

    https://www.ancds.org/index.php?option=com_mc&view=mc&mcid=72&eventId=547452&orgId=ancds


    • 14 Nov 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 15 Nov 2018
    • 3:30 PM
    • Denver, CO


    ACI is excited to announce our 12th National Stroke Centers of Excellence conference November 14-15, 2018. A dedicated forum to learn and network with representatives from organizations nationwide that are prepared to deliver superior service to a growing population. Our event will be an exploration of techniques to better equip stroke centers with the latest strategies and advancements in medical technology through real case studies, research findings and organizational models from renowned stroke and neurology programs. The top neuroscience centers in the country will showcase their successes and share strategies in achieving excellence in patient care as well as the business of stroke care. This two-day, case-study-based industry event will focus on implementing comprehensive stroke programs and services to maximize competitive advantage, meet increased demand and exceed patient satisfaction. 

    The goal of this event is to bring industry leaders together, highlight the best practice achievements, and discuss the current issues and developments in stroke care and the neurology community.



    Link to Agenda:

    https://hubs4f6gjw47be8628xpls10-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/aci/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2018/06/US-CS12-Agenda.pdf


    Contact Info:

    Garett Williams - Content 
    Phone:312 780 0700
    Email: gwilliams@acius.net


    Angela Hamilton – Sponsorship, Marketing & Sales
    Phone:(414) 221-1700
    Email: ahamilton@acius.net
    • 14 Nov 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    • Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Boston, Massachusetts


    Workshops offered for ASHA continuing education units (ASHA CEUs) or professional development hours (PDHs)—sponsored by the Massachusetts Speech-Language Hearing Association or the American Board of Intraoperative Monitoring—will take place on Wednesday, November 14, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.


    Workshop tickets are available for purchase through registration.You may purchase tickets even if you do not plan to attend the ASHA Convention itself; however, you'll still need to complete the full registration process. In the registration system, select the "Wednesday Only" option for $0, which will allow you to add tickets for the Wednesday workshops. You will pay only for the workshop you select, and you will not be registered for the ASHA Convention, which begins on Thursday.


    Topics and Speakers include:


    PC01: Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring 101: Fundamentals of IONM 

    Authors: Gregory Mannarelli, William Mustain, Emily Ward, and Lindsay Claytor


    PC02: The Deglutition Project: Physiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment

    Author: Ianessa Humbert


    PC03: Dynamic Vocabulary Instruction: Engaging Strategies for Learners of All Ages

    Author: Lesley Maxwell

    PC04: Advancing the Scholarship & Practice of Teaching and Learning Science in CSD

    Authors: Sarah Ginsberg, Donald Finan, Rene Gifford, and Steven Surrency


    General Workshop Information:

    https://convention.asha.org/Pre-Convention-Workshops/


    Contact Info:

    convention@asha.org


    • 15 Nov 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 17 Nov 2018
    • 2:00 PM
    • Boston Convention & Exhibition Center - Boston, MA




    The ASHA Convention is the premier annual professional education event for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. Bringing together approximately 15,000 attendees, the Annual Convention provides unparalleled opportunities to hear the latest research and gain new skills and resources to advance your career.



    General Convention Information:

    https://convention.asha.org/About-the-Convention/


    Information for Attendees (i.e. how to register):

    https://convention.asha.org/Attendees/


    Schedule and Program:

    https://convention.asha.org/Schedule-and-Program/

    https://convention.asha.org/Schedule-at-a-Glance/


    Exhibit Hall Information:

    https://convention.asha.org/Exhibit-Hall/


    Contact Information for Convention Inquiries:

    convention@asha.org




    • 05 Dec 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • UMASS Medical School Campus, Amphitheater/4th Floor, 333 South St., Shrewsbury, MA 01545



    This one-day continuing education program will provide participants with a review of the structures and functions of the central nervous system (CNS), including the cerebral hemispheres and subcortical structures (brain stem and spinal cord). The organization of the motor, sensory, vascular and ventricular systems within the CNS will also be presented and discussed. Participants will also learn the basic neuropathology of CNS lesions and the common associated functional sequelae, related to both congenital and acquired disorders.


    Sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts.

    Presented by Francesca LaVecchia, Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts Medical School campus (Shrewsbury, MA).


    Price:

    $250.00 for BIA-MA members

    $275.00 for non-members, 6.5 CEs


    To learn more about this training, including other discipline-specific CE information, and to register click here or contact Beth Pusey, Education Manager, at 508-475-0032.


    • 12 Dec 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 13 Dec 2018
    • 3:30 PM
    • Tampa, FL



    ACI is excited to announce our 7th Lung Cancer Screening & Continuum of Care Conference on December 12-13, 2018. A dedicated forum to learn and network with representatives from organizations nationwide that are prepared to deliver superior service in thoracic oncology.


    Our event will be an exploration of techniques and policy changes to better fit lung screening programs through case studies, research findings and organizational models from renowned healthcare and radiology institutions. The top thoracic oncology programs in the country will showcase their successes and share strategies in achieving excellence in patient care and cost-effective management.


    This two-day event will focus on implementing lung screening programs and services to maximize competitive advantage, meet increased demand and exceed patient satisfaction. The goal of this event is to bring industry leaders together, highlight the best practice achievements, and discuss the current issues and developments in stroke care for the thoracic oncology community.



    ACI Welcomes Hackensack Meridian Health to
    Lung Cancer Screening 2018


    Key Topics To Be Discussed

    • Incorporating current stroke care guidelines into existing systems
    • Methods for effective engagement with pre-hospital staff
    • Resource allocation and reimbursement maximization
    • Improving effectiveness of stroke data reporting and utilization
    • Cutting-edge telestroke applications
    • Incorporating thrombolytic procedures to improve success rates
    • Benefits and capabilities of a mobile stroke unit
    • Strategies for more effective community engagement
    • Adopting measures to improve post stroke success
    Contact Information:
    Garrett Williams- Content 
    Senior Conference Producer 
    email: gwilliams@aciusnet
    Phone: (312) 780-0700

    Link to Agenda:



Past events

14 Aug 2018 Reading with TLC - WEB 180814
27 Jul 2018 HealthCare - Common Attack Trends presented by Lares
24 Jul 2018 Audiology Project Webinar
06 Jul 2018 Hanen More Than Words® Workshop in Boston, MA
06 Jul 2018 Hanen More Than Words® Workshop in Boston, MA
18 Jun 2018 The Decibels Foundation 16th Annual Golf Tournament
15 Jun 2018 Maximizing communication access for people with aphasia: an interprofessional approach across settings
07 Jun 2018 Aphasia Couples Therapy: A conversation-based approach to therapy
07 Jun 2018 Aphasia Couples Therapy: A conversation-based approach to therapy
04 Jun 2018 Hanen More Than Words® Workshop in New York, NY
22 May 2018 Dizziness, Vertigo and Falls in Persons with Diabetes
10 May 2018 Providing communication support for aphasia: The legal and moral context
04 May 2018 Hanen More Than Words® Workshop in Boston, MA
25 Apr 2018 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk® Workshop in New York, NY
20 Apr 2018 Concussion Diagnosis and Management
12 Apr 2018 Intervention Planning for Aphasia: How to Collaborate in Clinical Settings
16 Mar 2018 VSHA Conference
01 Mar 2018 Regaining Narrative Competence: A Patient-Centered Approach to Recovery from Aphasia
24 Feb 2018 MSHA Student Event: "Making the Transition from Student to Clinician"
12 Dec 2017 Hanen Learning Language and Loving It™ Workshop in New York, NY
11 Dec 2017 KT Science and how to make research accessible
01 Dec 2017 Substance Abuse and Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
16 Nov 2017 The Importance of therapeutic relationship, patient engagement and hope
16 Nov 2017 Masshealth November & December Phase 1 ACO Awareness Webinars
15 Nov 2017 Professional Development Webinar Event: Speech and Language Assessments in Multicultural Populations
15 Nov 2017 Functional NeuroAnatomy Review
13 Nov 2017 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk® Workshop in New York, NY
03 Nov 2017 Complex Learners Conference
27 Oct 2017 It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification Workshop
23 Oct 2017 Social Thinking presents Boston Area Conference, School Age
20 Oct 2017 Case Presentations in Pediatric Voice and Laryngology: Hear it, See it, Treat it
19 Oct 2017 PPA and what SLPs should be doing
19 Oct 2017 New England Symposium for Speech-Language Professionals
19 Oct 2017 38th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss
18 Oct 2017 NeuroBehavioral Disorders Associated with ABI: Meeting the Challenges
14 Oct 2017 Selective Mutism Association Annual Conference
11 Oct 2017 Social Thinking presents Boston Area Conference, Ages 4-7
29 Sep 2017 NHSLHA Fall Conference 2017
18 Sep 2017 The latest research on Right Hemisphere
17 Aug 2017 Hanen Target Word™ Workshop in Toronto, Canada
10 Aug 2017 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk® workshop in Avenel, NJ
08 Aug 2017 Live Webinar: Working with Interpreters: Best Practices for Audiologists and SLPs
02 Aug 2017 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk® workshop in New York, NY
27 Jul 2017 WEBINAR - Chronic Care Management Services: Advantages for Your Practice
17 Jul 2017 "Introduction to Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia"
20 Jun 2017 Division of Professional Licensure presents “Did You Know?” Consumer Forum
19 Jun 2017 2017 Annual Golf Classic
19 Jun 2017 The Decibels Foundation 15th Annual Golf Tournament
14 Jun 2017 Pennsylvania Professional Development Workshop 2017
11 Jun 2017 The 8th Annual Decibels Foundation Horse Show
05 Jun 2017 Taking partner training to the next level using an adult learning approach
17 May 2017 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk® workshop in New York, NY
16 May 2017 Spring Professional Development Live Webinar: Teaching Approaches to Vocabulary and Word Learning
15 May 2017 Stroke in young adults: causes, consequences & long-term outcomes
08 May 2017 Decibels Movie Night Fundraiser
05 May 2017 BIODYNAMIC MANUAL VOICE THERAPY LEVEL 1
05 May 2017 Lidcombe Program for Treatment of Stuttering in Young Children
03 May 2017 Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder
03 May 2017 Summer 2017 Autism Spectrum Disorder Courses from UC Davis Extension
29 Apr 2017 Learn to Play the NDT Way, Neuro Developmental Treatment
28 Apr 2017 Demystifying Voice Therapy for Children & Adults: A Hands-on Approach
28 Apr 2017 Supporting Students with Hearing Loss in Mainstream Educational Settings
20 Apr 2017 Art Expo 2017: The World Through My Eyes
06 Apr 2017 Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® Workshop
31 Mar 2017 Evidence-based Practice for Austism Spectrum Disorder
23 Mar 2017 Hanen's More Than Words® workshop in Burlington, VT
13 Mar 2017 Early Start Denver Model Introductory Workshop
26 Feb 2017 The Decibels Foundation - Stink Week 2017 "Make a Stink About Hearing Loss'
25 Feb 2017 MSHA Student Event: "Making the Transition from Student to Clinical Fellow"
02 Feb 2017 Introduction to PROMPT: Technique Workshop
31 Jan 2017 Boosting Bilingual Environments for Young Children: What the Research Says
26 Jan 2017 Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Clinical Continuing Education Certificate
23 Jan 2017 Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® Workshop
13 Jan 2017 Marketing Principles & Ideas For Your Private Practice
12 Dec 2016 Caregiver Support
12 Dec 2016 Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® Workshop
07 Dec 2016 Hanen’s Learning Language and Loving It™ Workshop
03 Dec 2016 Concussion Diagnosis and Management
21 Nov 2016 Working with Australian Aboriginal adults with acquired communication disorders
29 Oct 2016 Hanen's More Than Words Certification Workshop
27 Oct 2016 Health Care Transition Planning for Students with Hearing Loss
20 Oct 2016 Vermont Speech-Language Hearing Association's Annual Conference
20 Oct 2016 The Changing Stroke Landscape
20 Oct 2016 VSHA 2016 Annual Meeting and Fall Conference
13 Oct 2016 37th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss
30 Sep 2016 Children Who Struggle To Speak: Evidence-Based Treatment Techniques for Children with Apraxia of Speech
24 Sep 2016 Assistive Technology for Adults and Children in Clinical Settings
22 Sep 2016 Introduction to PROMPT: Technique - Boston, MA
12 Sep 2016 Update on New and Existing Nondiscrimination Requirements for Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists in Healthcare Settings
09 Sep 2016 Striving for Excellence: Reflective and Narrative-Based Practice
21 Aug 2016 Run for Decibels - New Balance Falmouth Road Race
17 Aug 2016 Free and Online! Autism Spectrum Disorder Information Session
11 Aug 2016 2nd Annual iHOPE Summer Olympics
11 Aug 2016 Free Live Event and Webinar Quality Improvement: How to Overcome Barriers
28 Jul 2016 Highlander Institute: Blended Learning Leadership Summit
21 Jul 2016 Highlander Institute: Pathway to a Lighthouse Classroom Workshop
07 Jul 2016 2016 National Conference on Childhood Apraxia of Speech
06 Jul 2016 National Stuttering Association 2016-Dazzling in Dixie
20 Jun 2016 The Decibels' Foundation 14th Annual Golf Tournament
13 Jun 2016 Two Day SCA ™ Core Training Workshop (A2, A3)
09 Jun 2016 Say More Together: Using a Learner-centred Approach with Families Living with Aphasia (E2)
14 May 2016 TalkTools Workshop | Feeding Therapy: A Sensory-Motor Approach
09 May 2016 Aphasia Institute Webinar: Primary Progressive Aphasia Update: Redefining "Progressive"
22 Apr 2016 CSHA Spring 2016 Conference
18 Apr 2016 Aphasia Institute Webinar: Multi-modal or constraint therapies for aphasia: What is the evidence?
12 Apr 2016 WEBINAR: Provider Introduction to TCPI: A No-Cost Win/Win for Providers and Patients
02 Apr 2016 MSHA Student Event: "Making the Transition from Student to Clinical Fellow"
01 Apr 2016 Highlander Institute: Blended and Personalized Learning Conference
01 Apr 2016 Hamilton Relay - Better Hearing and Speech Month Award
21 Mar 2016 Aphasia Institute Webinar: Using economics to communicate the value of care for aphasia
18 Mar 2016 NHSLHA Spring Conference 2016
16 Mar 2016 "Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day: The ILAUGH Model", "The Social Thinking Informail Dynamic Assessment and Core Treatment Strategies" (kinder - young adult) & "Social Detective, Superflex, and Friends Take on Social Emotional Learning"
09 Mar 2016 "Thinking About YOU Thinking About Me", "Implementing Social Thinking Concepts and Vocabulary: A Day to Develop Team Creativity" (kinder - young adult) & "Social Detective, Superflex, and Friends Take on Social Emotional Learning" (kinder - 8th grade)
07 Mar 2016 CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Due March 7 - Clarke's 37th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss: Speaking up for Self-Advocacy!
05 Mar 2016 MSHA March 5th Event: Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing
05 Mar 2016 2016 Risha Conference (Rhode Island Speech-Language Hearing Association)
02 Mar 2016 2016 General & Special Education Conference-Seattle
27 Feb 2016 MSHA Student Event: "Making the Transition from Student to Clinical Fellow"
22 Feb 2016 Aphasia Institute Webinar: Working at the crossroads: Aphasia and Culture
07 Dec 2015 Why Extra-linguistic Cognitive Abilities Matter in Aphasia - Aphasia Institute
02 Dec 2015 Introduction to Pediatric Best Practices - Free Webinar
19 Nov 2015 EdTech RI Meetup
10 Nov 2015 The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy Annual Distinguished Lecture
05 Nov 2015 HB843 Hearing on November 5th
02 Nov 2015 SLP Roles in Re-framing Identity Post Stroke Webinar - Aphasia Institute
26 Oct 2015 EdUnderground
26 Oct 2015 Tell Me What Happened - Teaching Children with High Functioning Autism to Comprehend and Retell Narratives
22 Oct 2015 36th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss - The Sounds of Success: Believe It and Achieve It!: For Parents and Professionals
22 Oct 2015 36th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss - Making Connections! Student Track: For Students in Grades 7-12
22 Oct 2015 Vermont Speech-Language Hearing Association’s (VSHA) Annual Conference
09 Oct 2015 Managing Your Listening and Spoken Language Professional Learning Dashboard: Technology, Technique and Temperament
06 Oct 2015 Online Course: Everything You Need to Know about a Baby’s Mouth for Good Feeding, Speech, and Mouth Development
21 Sep 2015 Living Successfully with Aphasia: what does it take? - Aphasia Institute Knowledge Exchange - Online Speaker Series
18 Sep 2015 More Than Words® Autism Certification Workshop
17 Sep 2015 The Big Give for Autism - #AutismBigGive
19 Aug 2015 Taking Parent Coaching to the Next Level – Helping Parents Make Behavioural Changes That Stick!
18 Aug 2015 Graduate Student Research Survey
08 Aug 2015 2015 Boston Area Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech
09 Jul 2015 2015 National Conference on Childhood Apraxia of Speech
01 Jul 2015 NSA 2015: Magnificent Speech on the Magnificent Mile
09 May 2015 Hearing Loss in Schools/ Literacy and Phonology
30 Apr 2015 2015 Annual IAOM Convention Call for Posters
11 Apr 2015 MSHA Student Event
10 Apr 2015 Improving Reading Comprehension in School-Age Children
03 Apr 2015 Persuing, Choosing and Using Apps with Children with Hearing Loss
03 Apr 2015 Supporting Students with Hearing Loss in Mainstream Educational Settings
03 Apr 2015 "Perusing, Choosing and Using APPs with Children with Hearing Loss"
31 Mar 2015 ANITA
13 Mar 2015 AphasiaAccess Leadership Summit
07 Mar 2015 Feeding Therapy: A Sensory-Motor Approach
05 Mar 2015 Everything You Need to Know about a Baby’s Mouth for Good Feeding, Speech, and Mouth Development
28 Feb 2015 Exploiting Nueroplasticity: Aphasia/Apraxia Treatment
28 Feb 2015 Interactive Metronome
26 Feb 2015 Introduction to PROMPT Technique
18 Feb 2015 Payment of Chronic Care Management Services under CY 2015 Medicare PFS
06 Jan 2015 PART I: Review Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), 2014 reporting options, and the 2015 PQRS Final Rule Changes
06 Dec 2014 Dysphagia in Patients with Head and Neck Cancer: Evaluation and Management Decisions
31 Oct 2014 Dementia Capable Care
25 Oct 2014 Stuttering Therapy: The Littles, Middles and Teens
23 Oct 2014 CSHA Fall 2014 Mini-Conference
21 Oct 2014 35th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss
26 Sep 2014 New Hampshire Speech Language Hearing Association Fall Conference
23 Sep 2014 GI/nutrition issues and autism
22 Aug 2014 It Takes Two to Talk® Certification Workshop
24 Jul 2014 Voice, Swallow and Airway Conference 2014: Symposium of the Masters
17 Jul 2014 Bilingual Symposium
15 Jul 2014 Assessment and Treatment of Children who Stutter: A Workshop of Practical Strategies
02 Jul 2014 2014 National Stuttering Association Annual Conference
07 Jun 2014 The MBSImP And Dysphagia Practice: Targeted Intervention Through Standardized Physiologic Swallow Assessment
19 May 2014 Early Intervention for Young Children Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder
07 May 2014 Phonological Short-Term Working Memory (PSTM): From Baby Babble to The Adult Brain
25 Apr 2014 Accent Reduction 101
24 Apr 2014 Practical Treatment Strategies for School-Age Children Who Stutter
24 Apr 2014 Cognitive Rehab (including therapy apps)
11 Apr 2014 Cochlear Implants: Basics and Beyond
05 Apr 2014 Applying Technology to Support Social and Executive Functioning
01 Apr 2014 Principles Into Practice: Planning Language & Literacy Programs for Learners Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
28 Mar 2014 Progressive and Systematic Speech and Language Training for Children on the Autism Spectrum: From First Words To Social Language
24 Mar 2014 Remediating Frontal Lisp, Lateral Lisp, Distorted R & Developing Carryover in Articulation Therapy
05 Mar 2014 2014 General and Special Education Conference
25 Jan 2014 Findings in the Food Chute
03 Dec 2013 Effective Interventions for Autism Spectrum Meltdowns
21 Nov 2013 Language, Learning and deaf Children
02 Nov 2013 Family Fun Day hosted by the National Stuttering Association
31 Oct 2013 Getting Off to A Good Start - Another School Year - What We Need to Know
25 Oct 2013 "Post-Concussion Syndrome: Protocols for the Safe and Successful Return to School and Play"
18 Oct 2013 Dementia Capable Care
17 Oct 2013 Vermont Speech-Language Hearing Association (VSHA) Annual Meeting & Fall Conference 2013
16 Oct 2013 Voice Disorders in Adults and Children, and Therapy Strategies
02 Oct 2013 Functional Outcomes Reporting Requirements Using G-Codes for Speech-Language Treatment
18 Sep 2013 Technology in Speech-Language Therapy: Evaluation and Integration of iPads and iOS Apps
19 Aug 2013 PECS Level 1 Training: Basic
14 Aug 2013 Executive Functions: Treatment Options
07 Aug 2013 Adult Conference: "Evidence-based Management and Treatment of Adult Dysphagia"
24 Jun 2013 In Her Own Words: Bartlett vs New York Board of Law Examiners
17 Jun 2013 The Decibels Foundation's Golf Tournament
10 Jun 2013 ASE Statewide Conference
21 May 2013 Creating Positive Environments for Children with Hearing Loss
07 May 2013 PSHA Webinar: Minimizing Bullying for Children Who Stutter
03 May 2013 Supporting Students with Hearing Loss in Mainstream Educational Settings
27 Apr 2013 What Works for Developmental Speech, Language and Literacy Problems
26 Apr 2013 Childhood Apraxia of Speech: A Multi-Sensory Approach to Achieving Speech Outcomes
24 Apr 2013 Meet Your iPad®: Essentials for the Busy Educator
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