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SE Executive Functions: Using Language to Think

 

This workshop, based on training and text by Jill Fahy, CCC-SLP, is designed to explain Executive Function (EF) skills and the difficulties that can occur when development is delayed or when deficits are present as a result of language disorder and/or brain injury. Topics include the underlying cognitive foundation for and components of executive function, associated impairments, basic anatomy and physiology, normal development, the role of language as it mediates EF development and behaviors, formal and informal assessment options, intervention concepts, and treatment strategies that target specific areas of EF deficit.   

 

Session Materials

Session materials will be available online by the end of March (for participants to download and/or print prior to attending the session) via Shelly’s Communication Board (go to Announcements).  Participants may also want to bring a laptop, tablet, and/or smart p

Important Session Information:

**DISCLAIMER: Registered participants who do not attend and fail to cancel their registration shall be held liable for the registration fee if one is applicable to this workshop.  In the event this workshop gets cancelled you will be notified by e-mail. The e-mail used is the one in your escWorks account. If you cannot attend this workshop you will have to cancel on-line two (2) days prior to the workshop date. Any cancellations later than two (2) days prior will have to be called in to the Coop by 2:00 p.m. the day before the workshop:  870-367-6848 ext. 4821. 

Target Audience

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Session ID:
346771
Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
18 / 40
Fee:
$20.00
Contact Person:
RHONDA MULLIKIN
Instructor(s):
Shelly Wier
Audiences:  K-12, Special Ed
Date Time Location
7/26/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Southeast Arkansas Education Service Cooperative - _Main Building - SE Conference Room A