ASHA Course Code: Service Delivery Associated with Speech, Language, Hearing and Related Disorders – 7010
A majority of SLPs use a pull-out, 30-minute twice a week model for speech-language therapy. Is this the most effective and efficient way to make gains for our students’ speech and language needs?
As our workload increases, we need to find better practices. Participants will gain effective and fun strategies to use as speech-language pathologists and walk away energized and ready to tackle the new school year. This session will provide a framework for implementing an intensive speech and language service delivery model.
“I attended your workshop and I loved every minute of it. You are a very dynamic speaker! Myself and another therapist have just done our first round of the intensive service delivery. Despite it being our virgin-run of the program, we had amazing results!”
– Texas State Convention Participant
Level, Authors, and Disclosures
Financial Disclosure: Phuong Lien Palafox, M.S., CCC-SLP was an employee of Bilinguistics. Bilinguistics receives royalty payments for online courses.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Phuong Lien Palafox does not have any non-financial relationships to disclose.
Many SLPs use a pull-out, 30-minute twice-a-week model for speech-language therapy. As our workloads increase, we need to find better practices. Participants gained effective, fun strategies and walked away energized and ready to tackle the new school year. This session provided a framework for implementing an intensive service delivery model.
Identify information and effectiveness related to current service delivery trends
Identify research and benefits of intensive speech and language service delivery
List steps for implementing an intensive service delivery model
Discuss and dialogue to formulate a plan for the school year
05 minutes: Introduction and summary
10 minutes: Current trends in service delivery
15 minutes: Research on Intensive Service Delivery Models and the associated benefits
15 minutes: The steps in implementing an effective intensive model