September 23–October 12, 2020 | Online Conference for SLPs
We know you are busy as the new school year gets underway, this year more than ever. SLPs are adjusting to the changes this unusual school year brings, whether providing services in a school building or virtually. So we’ve expanded this conference to 20 days to give you even more flexibility to fit the learning into your schedule.
With recorded sessions that focus on everyday strategies and live chats with presenters who can share tips about their areas of practice during the COVID-19 pandemic,* this online conference is sure to give you innovative advice you can apply immediately with your students.
Our expert presenters will discuss considerations for assessment, treatment, and collaboration on a range of clinical topics and populations within the elementary age group, including feeding and swallowing challenges, voice disorders, autism spectrum disorder and other social communication challenges, literacy and spoken language, apraxia, fluency, and speech-sound disorders. Sessions will also explore best practices for determining eligibility and providing school-based services. Each session will focus on strategies SLPs can put into practice right away to identify and target appropriate goals and supports to help achieve optimal success for school-age children.
The number of ASHA CEUs/professional development hours you earn is based on the number of recorded sessions you watch and live chats you attend.
Did You Know? With the
ASHA Learning Pass, conference participants can access the recorded sessions from this conference for CE credit even after the conference ends.
* Visit the
ASHA coronavirus resource pages to stay on top of all the latest resources and supports specific to issues related to COVID-19.
Paid Registrants: Log in beginning September 23. 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."
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