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Please Note: Speech-language pathologists or audiologists from outside of Alberta, and not registered with ACSLPA, conducting a speech-language pathology or audiology training course or clinical presentation in Alberta must be registered with ACSLPA with Courtesy Registration before providing professional services. Please contact ACSLPA.
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You must have completed the introduction to PROMPT Technique prior to registering for this workshop. This program is offered for 1.8 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area).Find out more »
The Lidcombe Program is a behavioral treatment for preschool age children who stutter. Parents are trained to provide verbal contingencies to increase stutter-free speech in home environments. The Lidcombe Program can be used by Speech Pathologists to treat children through early grade school as well. Limited seats available.Find out more »
CAD $745 - $945 Join us in Victoria, BC on April 25-27, 2018 to learn how to make the biggest difference for young children with autism and their families. The More Than Words workshop is newly updated to provide you with even more effective tools for zeroing in on the very specific needs of young children with autism and addressing those needs with evidence-based, family-centered techniques. Updates include a new assessment and goal-setting framework, as well as enhanced intervention strategies…Find out more »
This registration is non-refundable. Only licensed Speech-Language Pathologists are eligible to take this workshop. This workshop focuses on technique and learning the four levels (Parameter, Syllable, Complex and Surface) of prompting that support the broader, holistic philosophy and approach of PROMPT. Instructor Disclosure: Jodi Sommer is an independent contractor and is compensated by the PROMPT Institute for this role. She has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose. All workshops run from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM each day, unless otherwise…Find out more »
Help change someone’s life – teach them to communicate with the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)! PECS uses picture exchange to develop communication skills in children and adults with autism and other learning difficulties. PECS is easy to access, affordable to implement and evidence-based as one of the most effective interventions. This intensive two-day training is designed to teach participants the theory behind the Picture Exchange Communication System and the protocols for how to appropriately implement the six phases of…Find out more »
SAC’s 2018 conference at The Westin Edmonton will feature exciting content for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, communication health assistants and students. Take a look at our finalized speaker lineup and education program. Conference registration is now open! Early bird rates end March 18, 2018.Find out more »
This conference will update knowledge in selected areas of paediatric care relevant to physicians and other health professionals who look after children in community and hospital settings. Various topics that may have changed over the last few years will be reviewed to support enhancements in the care of infants, children and adolescents.Find out more »
Severe Communication Disorders in Young Children: Breaking the Speech Barrier This workshop will provide an overview of early intervention communication services and supports for young children with significant disabilities. It will include perspectives about disability and the critical role communication plays in early development. Clinical myths about communication services and supports will be presented and debunked with evidence. The workshop will review the roles of early intervention teams including families, coaching, technological advances and current clinical practice trends. A range…Find out more »
Day 1 - The Swallowing System: Back to the Basics June 2, 2018 Tiffani L. Wallace, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, LSVT Certified Clinician, MBSImP Registered Clinician To be able to accurately assess and develop a treatment plan for dysphagia, it is of the utmost importance to understand the system, including the muscles, central nervous system and cranial nerves. The ability to understand the neuroanatomy and physiology of a normal swallow will enable clinicians to more accurately complete their assessment,…Find out more »
These four online learning modules are offered by the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine CPE office and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD).Find out more »