We are excited to again be a part of the ASHA Convention 2018.We love to put names to faces so please say hello at our presentations. We hope to see you there!
The ASHA Convention is always a great place to meet the people we interact with throughout the year. So if you are at the conference, are presenting, or have a booth, let us know, or come see one of our presentations.
We have a great line-up at this year’s ASHA Convention. We have three presentations–one Thursday, one Friday, and one Saturday. We don’t have a booth this year BUT Dynamic Resources (Booth #842) will both be carrying some of our books.
Ellen Kester kicks us off on Thursday with her presentation on Practical Dynamic Assessment.
1235: Practical Dynamic Assessment – Using the Test-Teach-Test Model for Confident Qualification Decisions and Rapid Goal Writing (Seminar 1-hour)
Standardized tests give us a snapshot of students’ language abilities. However, they don’t tell us whether areas of difficulty are due to a lack of experience often related to socio-economic or cultural differences. Learn how to effectively implement 3-5-minute dynamic teaching sessions that yield powerful information to accurately diagnose children, choose goals, and determine necessary levels of support.
Scott Prath presents on Friday with Edwin Brown of Therapitas
1451: Innovative Solutions to Four Main Challenges When Starting or Running a SLP Private Practice (Seminar 1-hour)
While the need for speech language pathology services continues to grow nationally, barriers to opening and running a successful clinic remain high. Reimbursement reductions, insurance changes, staffing shortages, and challenges associated with serving diverse communities all contribute to clinic difficulties. This presentation will focus on solutions for four areas that practice owners must master to effectively operate a private practice.
Phuong Palafox wraps it up on Saturday with a talk on intervention strategies for diverse learners with Christina Gildersleeve-Neumann and Danai Fannin.SC32: Intervention Strategies for Multilingual Children with Language or Speech Sound Disorders: A Tutorial (Short Course)
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