Students with significant language impairments, including learners with autism spectrum disorders, are often limited by their inability to express themselves effectively; therefore, adversely impacting their social interactions, engagement, and overall behavior.
This course will define the components of effective communication and guide participants through a sequence of systematic procedures to promote independent expression of wants and needs, in addition to other vital communication functions that will reduce frustration and increase social behavior.
Participants will engage in hands-on practice of critical components, including teaching initiation skills through concrete picture exchange, discrimination of visual stimuli and generalization across environments and communication partners.
Additionally, participants will be provided with the materials and resources to create their own individualized communication system to use immediately following the training.
Registration starts at 7:30 with light snacks provided. Lunch is on your own.
Fee: $125 (which includes materials)
No Registration Fee for: HCESC SLPs and Affiliate SLPs. Use promocode nofee as you register. (Bring a check or cash for $12.00 to the event to cover the cost of materials.)
Contact Hours: 6.5 (A certificate of participation will be provided)
University Credit: One semester hour of credit is being offered by Ashland University. Graduate credit will be granted upon completion of workshop requirements and full attendance at this event AND Integrating Your SLP Interventions Into Classrooms and Curriculum on May 4, 2018. Registration for this Ashland credit should be done at this workshop on February 2, 2018.
ASHA CEUs: This will be offered for 0.65 ASHA CEU
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