Get the know-how to provide effective SLP services to children and adults with cancer.
This comprehensive online conference explores practical topics related to caring for adult and pediatric patients with a current or past cancer diagnosis. This first-of-its-kind conference brings together multiple disciplines to give SLPs a broad understanding of different cancer types and treatments and how speech-language pathology services fit in.
The conference takes a holistic look at what SLP services oncology patients of different ages and stages might need – from swallowing and cognition, to speech and voice, to language. The conference also includes sessions that speak to related areas of importance to SLPs, including nutrition and end-of-life care. SLPs will walk away with new tools and strategies they can use as part of a care team to provide effective assessment and treatment and enhance the quality of life for these unique populations.
Paid Registrants: Log in beginning March 20. Go to
My Account and enter your username and password. Under "ASHA Courses and Orders," select the name of the conference. Problems accessing the online conference? View our
"I enjoyed that the presentations were focused on techniques and strategies that I can start using in therapy tomorrow."
"I enjoyed the ability to work on this conference on my own time and when it worked with my schedule."
ASHA would like to thank the following sponsors for their generous support. Sponsors are not responsible for the content of this conference nor does ASHA endorse their products or services.