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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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Summer Speech & Language Camp August 14-18 half day camp (9-12pm or 1-4pm) 3-6 year oldsFind out more »
Pathways Pediatric Services Summer Speech & Language Camp August 21-25 full day camp (9-3:30pm) Ages 6-9Find out more »
Join us at an ABC and Beyond™ Certificate Workshop in Edmonton, AB on Aug 28-29, 2017! Learn to provide intensive professional development to educators of 3- to 5-year-olds on how to provide emergent literacy development during daily and naturalistic interactions. Please note that ABC and Beyond™ Workshop is an advanced workshop and It Takes Two To Talk® or Learning Language and Loving It™ certification are prerequisites to register for the workshop. Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! For…Find out more »
The Alberta Aphasia Camp is holding their 4th annual camp September 8-10, 2017. The camp is targeted at adults who are living with aphasia. NEW this year! The camp will be moving to a more central location, and are pleased to partner with Gull Lake Centre. This is 1½ hours south of Edmonton and 2 hours north of Calgary. Due to the larger size of the camp, each camper can attend with more than one family member or friend. Apply…Find out more »
The course addresses recent trends for children and young adults with ABI. Best practices for providing information to families and professionals, current thinking about ABI as a chronic condition, academic and social learning challenges, strategic learning, family resilience, and suggestions for providing support in the hospital, classroom and community are discussed. Participants will be provided with research and given practical techniques for intervention with these issues. Session will be discussion based with audience participation expected. Participants are encouraged to share…Find out more »
Are you a Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine alumni or clinical placement supervisor? You're invited to the Alumni-Student BBQ on Friday, September 22, 2017, 4:00-6:00 p.m. at Corbett Quad (8205-114 St). Come enjoy great food, company and draw prizes as we welcome students and greet alumni as they return to campus for Alumni Weekend! More details at rehabilitation.ualberta.ca/alumni. Register by September 15 at bit.ly/AlumStudentBBQ.Find out more »
A three-day dynamic and hands-on course geared towards speech language pathologists and dental professionals specializing in oral rest posture and tongue thrust swallowing remediation. Therapists will be guided step by step through the Oral Rest Posture Program (ORPP) assessment and treatment protocols. This course is taught by two practicing and registered SLPs who are also certified Orofacial Myologists.Find out more »
The diagnosis and treatment of children with CAS is complex and challenging in any clinical setting, especially for those children who present with multiple issues. Realizing a differential diagnosis is essential for developing appropriate treatment goals, selecting stimuli and building a treatment plan. This course will examine recent research that will teach clinicians how to move forward with clinical decision making for children with CAS. Additionally we will consider assessment procedures, including standardized tools and dynamic assessments, but will focus…Find out more »
Join us in Fraser Valley (Abbbotsford), BC on Oct 11-13, 2017 for the It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification workshop! This 3-day workshop is for Speech-Language pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families. With hands-on interactive training, you’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child. When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you will be…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 »