All sessions are final as scheduled. If, for some reason, a presentation must be withdrawn at the last moment due to a schedule conflict or other unforeseen circumstances, send immediate written notification to email@example.com so the change or cancellation may be noted in the program addendum.
The Convention program is now available through the Program Planner. It contains the comprehensive and detailed schedule of all education sessions offered during the 2013 ASHA Convention—both oral seminars and poster presentations. The Program Planner serves as both the advance Convention program and a tool to create your own personal schedule of sessions. A mobile app version of the Program Planner is available on the ASHA website.
All registrants will receive a copy of the official ASHA Convention Program Book onsite in Chicago. View the Program Book online.
The Pocket Planner brochure lists all 1-hour and 2-hour oral seminars, technical research sessions, and new technical clinical sessions in an abbreviated, take-along format that can be easily viewed on your smartphone or tablet or downloaded and printed. Use the online Program Planner to search by session code or title find the complete details for the sessions listed in the Pocket Planner.
Pre-Convention educational events give attendees an opportunity to earn additional CEUs through the Illinois State Speech-Language-Hearing Association-sponsored workshops or the Specialty Board Symposium. Tickets (additional fee) for the Pre-Convention sessions may be purchased when registering for the Convention.
You may purchase tickets to attend the pre-Convention sessions even if you do not plan to attend the Convention. In order to purchase tickets, however, you’ll still need to complete the Convention registration process. When you log into the registration system select the “Wednesday Only” registration option for $0, which will allow you to add tickets for the sessions being held on Wednesday. You will pay only for those sessions you select, and will not be registered for the ASHA Convention, which begins on Thursday.
Specialty Board on Child Language
PC01: Katharine G. Butler Symposium in Child Language—Fragile X Syndrome (FXS): Genetics, Neurobiology, Treatment, & Language Profile (Ticketed)
Presented by Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, Rush University Medical Center; Molly Losh, Northwestern University; and Sue Ellen Krause, Krause Speech & Language Services
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
McCormick Place, W179AB
Local Host Workshops
PC02: Executive Function & Dysfunction: Developmental Mechanisms & Associations With Language & Sensory Learning (Ticketed)
Presented by Scott J. Hunter, Center for Health & the Social Sciences at The University of Chicago
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
McCormick Place, W183A
PC03: Looking at Children With New Eyes (Ticketed)
Presented by Jennifer Rosinia, Kid Links Unlimited, Inc.
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
McCormick Place, W183B
PC04: Tackling the Tough Issues in Service Delivery for Bilingual Children (Ticketed)
Presented by Brenda Gorman, Marquette University
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
McCormick Place, W181
Attendance at your choice of more than 2,300 oral seminars and poster presentations is included with your ASHA Convention registration, however, you may also choose to purchase tickets to Short Courses. Short courses are 3-hour ticketed sessions with an additional fee of $80 for attendance. They offer more in-depth content presented at the intermediate level or above and are led by presenters who hold expertise in the subject matter. Tickets for short courses may be purchased when registering for the Convention. View the 2013 Short Courses.
Information for Presenters
Presenters of both oral seminars and poster sessions should review the following important information and guidelines when preparing to present at the 2013 ASHA Convention.
General Expectations for Sessions Offered at the ASHA Convention
- Education sessions at the ASHA Convention are noncommercial. It is not acceptable to use an education session to advertise a program, product, or service for sale.
- The views that speakers express in education sessions are their own, and do not necessarily reflect ASHA's policies.
- ASHA does not endorse programs, products, or services. Acceptance of a paper for presentation does not constitute ASHA's endorsement of its content.
- Speakers are expected to refrain from comments or humor that disparages the rightful dignity of any person or group.
- Speakers are expected to comply with copyright law and HIPAA regulations in selecting material and images for their presentations. In particular, speakers are cautioned against using images or identifying details of any client or patient without express written permission to do so.