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2017 ACSLPA Conference Speakers

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OPENING PLENARY
We Are the Dots: Reconciling Practice and Culture
Charlene Bearhead
Education Coordinator, National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls



ALL - DAY CONCURRENT SESSIONS - Thursday October 26



Beyond the Audiogram: Identifying the Critical Factors that Contribute to Successful Management of Hearing Loss
Samira Anderson
AuD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences, University of Maryland
(Audiology - All Ages)


How Do You Know If They Have Capacity to Consent? Strategies to Overcome Barriers
to Revealing Competence

Alexandra Carling-Rowland, PhD, Director of Professional Practice and Quality Assurance, College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO) (SLP Adult)


Speech-Language Pathology, Education and First Nations Students who Speak Dialects; Hazards and Solutions
Patricia Hart Blundon,
MSc, R.SLP, Doctoral Candidate, Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Victoria
(SLP School Age)


Assessment and Management of Childhood Apraxia of Speech in Preschool and
School-aged Children

Amy Meredith,
PhD, Clinical Professor & Director, Graduate Studies, Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, Washington State
(SLP Preschool/School Age)



ALL - DAY CONCURRENT SESSIONS - Friday, October 27



Supporting Early Relationships: A Foundation for Communication Development
Elizabeth Seeliger,
AuD, Founder, Global Impact Audiology
(Audiology - All Ages)


Language Difference, Delay, or Disorder? Assessment and Service Delivery Considerations for Multilingual Learners
Audrey Boivin,
Ed.D, R.SLP, Reseau Provincial d'Adaptation Scolaire
(SLP Preschool/Early School Age)


Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to Support Adults with Neurogenic Communication Disorders
Aimee Mooney,
MS, CCC-SLP/L, Assistant Professor, Oregon Health & Science University, Institute on Development & Disability
(SLP Adult)


We regret to inform you that this session is now at capacity.
Practical Approaches to Embedding Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) in Educational Settings

Audra Newman,
M.SLP, R.SLP, Charlene Thorne, M.SLP, R.SLP
and Jasmine Travers-Charbonneau, M.Sc, R.SLP, Calgary Board of Education
(SLP Preschool/School Age) We regret that the Newman/Thorne/Travers-Charbonneau session is at capacity.



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