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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 of resources will be provided for the participants to access on an ongoing basis.
Here are the links to register
Friday May 18 Edmonton http://erlc.ca/programs/details.php?id=7205
Tuesday May 22 Calgary http://erlc.ca/programs/details.php?id=7206
Please do share this information with anyone you think would be interested in the workshop, especially PARENTS and people who are working with young children with significant disabilities that may result in them having complex communication needs! It would be ideal for people to come in teams and parent are definitely welcome!