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Webinars for Speech-Language Pathologists
Articulation, Resonance and Velopharyngeal Function in the Population With or Without a History of Cleft Palate



Learn about specialized areas of speech-language pathology in a webinar format. These convenient webinars can be accessed from your home or work computer at the times specified. They will not be available for viewing at the Region 4 location.

Important Session Information:



Velopharyngeal dysfunction is found in approximately 15% of the population with a repaired cleft palate, and yet, these are the cases the SLP in the community will see in their practice. This course will review compensatory articulation, velopharyngeal dysfunction, resonance imbalance, and how they may co-exist. SLPs will also be exposed to Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome (VCFS)/22q11.2 deletion syndrome, the 2nd most common syndrome to Down's syndrome. The role of the SLP in treating this population will be presented. Participants will also be introduced to other craniofacial syndromes including; Treacher Collins syndrome, Crouzon's syndrome, Apert's syndrome.Please note this webinar can be accessed using your own computer. It will not be broadcast at the Region 4 service center. This webinar partially funded by state and local grants. All webinars begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 12:00 noon.
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Session ID:
1175311
Credits Available:
(2.5) CEU
(2.5) CPE
Contact Person:
Gayla Lutz
Registration Fee:
$20.00
Instructor(s):

Audience:
Paraprofessionals-Instructional, Special Education Teachers, Speech Language Pathologists
Date Time Location
2/19/2016



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