Super Duper Publications is offering a free live webinar for Speech-Language Pathologists.
Administer, Score, and Interpret the CAAP® (#1009001) is a live CEU event. It is offered on December 17, 2009 at 2:00pm EST for .1 ASHA CEU’s. If you would like to sign up for this course, please enter your email address here and you will be sent attendance instructions on the 17th.
A Systematic Approach to Remediating Auditory Processing Disorders
Course Instructor: Susie Loraine, M.A., CCC-SLP and Mark Strait, M.Ed., CCC-SLP
Researchers believe that providing sensory stimulation to the auditory centers of the brain helps students improve auditory attention, auditory memory, and auditory processing of verbal information. This session will discuss current auditory processing research and theory and introduce a theory-based, direct, systematic approach to auditory training.
- The participant will be able to discuss current theory and research as it relates to auditory processing and APD.
- The participant will be able to identify the impact of APD on success in the classroom.
- The participant will be able to explain two systematic approaches to the remediation of APD.
This free course for Speech-Language Pathologists from Super Duper expires on 31 December 2009. To get the promotional code from Super Duper and taking the course for free, click here.
I have been busy for the past few weeks, so I’ve only discovered these (not so) new free courses for Speech-Language Pathologists from Super Duper Publications.
A. Color Me Fluent (0.2 CEUs)
Course Instructor: Alice Anne G. Farley M.Ed., CCC-SLP, BRS-FD
Color Me Fluent is a concrete, sequential and color-coded program children and adults who stutter. Family education and speech modeling are foci for treatment in young children. For school-aged and older clients, fluency shaping and stuttering modification are taught creatively by means of the umbrella of orange speech and the 25-50-25 rule. A 154-page manual as well as a therapy kit and CDROM are included with numerous exercises and templates.
B. Emergent Language and Literacy Assessment (ELLA): Foundations and Applications (0.2 CEUs)
Course Instructor: Elisabeth H. Wiig Ph.D.
The presentation will cover the theoretical foundation and research of contributing factors in normal development of early reading skills. This will be followed by a description of the ELLA model, areas assessed and statistical characteristics. Sections and subtests will be reviewed and clinical-educational case reviews will be provided.
C. Utilizing Practical Stuttering Materials in School-Age Stuttering Therapy-Review of Focus on Fluency (0.1 CEUs)
Course Instructor: Kristin Chmela, M.A., CCC-SLP, BRS-FD
This presentation highlights the various ways materials from Focus on Fluency are used to implement therapy goals for school-age children who stutter. Various activities from aspects of therapy will be demonstrated through description as well as videotaped examples.
For more information on how to take these free courses, click here. Please take note that to be able to access all this information, you would need to be a registered user of Super Duper Publications. Registration is free!
Here is another free course from Super Duper Inc, in partnership with SpeechPathology.com.
Administration of the Marshalla Oral Sensorimotor Test (MOST)
Instructor: Pam Marshalla, M.A., CCC-SLP, Marshalla Speech and Language
CE Credits: ASHA/0.2 Introductory Level, Professional Area; CASLPA/2.0
This two-hour seminar will present an overview of the Marshalla Oral Sensorimotor Test (MOST). The author will give an overview of the background, purpose, design, clients, and setting of the exam, and she will discuss the administration of the exam and its scoring procedures. Case studies will be reviewed at key points throughout.
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to discuss the purpose, design, clients, and setting for administration of the MOST.
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to use the MOST to measure the quantity and quality or oral sensorimotor skills in clients with expressive speech impairment.
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to describe the purpose of the five basic sections of the MOST.
- As a result of this Continuing Education Activity, readers will be able to administer the items within each section of the MOST.
For more information on this course, click here.
Click here to get the promotional ad code from Super Duper Inc so you can take this course for free. Remember, you must be a registered user at Super Duper Inc to see all their free courses offering.