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2014 General and Special Education Conference

  • 05 Mar 2014
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  • 07 Mar 2014
  • (PST)
  • Seattle, Washington-Grand Hyatt Hotel and Conference Center

Twenty-one full day course choices to best meet your professional needs
A variety of course choices offered for speech-language pathologists and audiologists including:

WRITE ON RIGHT NOW: Emergent Writing – Apps Included! By Caroline Musselwhite, EdD, CCC-SLP, Assistive Technology/Literacy Consultant

English Language Learners: Seven Steps for Separating Differences and Disability
By Catherine Collier, PhD, Crosscultural Developmental Education Services

Communication All Day Long: Communication Circles, Topic Setting and MORE! By Caroline Musselwhite, EdD, CCC-SLP, Assistive Technology/Literacy Consultant

Reading and Writing is a Language Learning Process By Bonnie Robb, MEd, Portland Public Schools, Portland, OR

Recent Progress in Understanding and Treating Stuttering: New Research Insights and Contemporary Treatment Strategies By Ludo Max, PhD, CCC-SLP and Marty Nevdahl, MS, CCC-SLP, University of Washington

Learning with APPtitude: iPads as Part of a Universal Design for Learning Toolkit By Alexandra Dunn, MS, SLP, Upper Canada District School Board

Solutions for Teaching the Struggling Learner: How Teachers Can Utilize Brain Based Strategies To Improve Attention, Processing, Memory and Executive Function By Cindy Lehman, MEd, Lehman Learning Solutions

Central Auditory Processing Disorder and ADHD: Evidence-based Treatment and Management Strategies for Therapists and Classroom Teachers By Gail D. Chermak, PhD, CCC-A, Department Chair, Washington State University


Registration Information. Tuition Costs: One day-$199; Two day-$375; Three day-$465
Go to www.rehabseminars.org to register online or call 360-379-6994
Sponsored by Rehab Seminars- ASHA Approved CE Provider

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