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Assessment and Communication Development of Bilingual Children (Live Webinar)
Event Date:
5/21/2019
Format(s): Live Webinar, Live Webinar (Group)
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
Whether they themselves are monolingual or bilingual, SLPs must be able to conduct communication assessments with bilingual children. During the assessment process, clinicians must determine whether a child is following a typical process of dual language acquisition or exhibiting an atypical pattern of development. This webinar will discuss typical communication development in bilingual children and explore valid assessment practices for this population. The speaker will address common questions from bilingual and monolingual clinicians regarding appropriate assessment and reporting procedures, including what to do during early stages of English language acquisition and how to prevent language loss.
Live Webinar
Member: $79.00
Nonmember: $103.00
Live Webinar (Group)
$249.00


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Assessment and Communication Development of Bilingual Children (On Demand Webinar)
Format(s): On Demand Webinar, On Demand Webinar (Group)
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
Whether they themselves are monolingual or bilingual, SLPs must be able to conduct communication assessments with bilingual children. During the assessment process, clinicians must determine whether a child is following a typical process of dual language acquisition or exhibiting an atypical pattern of development. This webinar will discuss typical communication development in bilingual children and explore valid assessment practices for this population. The speaker will address common questions from bilingual and monolingual clinicians regarding appropriate assessment and reporting procedures, including what to do during early stages of English language acquisition and how to prevent language loss.
On Demand Webinar
Member: $99.00
Nonmember: $129.00
On Demand Webinar (Group)
$299.00


Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 3, Part 3, 2018
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.1
1.0
This Perspectives issue focused on training clinicians to provide the most appropriate services for people in the LGBTQ community. Topics included; (a) a tutorial on how to design a transgender voice clinic; (b) key characteristics of the LGBTQ community that are pertinent to clinical practice.
Member:
$20.00
Nonmember:
$26.00
SIG 14 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 17, Vol. 3, Part 2, 2018
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
Blake and McLeod describe the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF’s) purpose, development, contents, and coding. This article discusses the framework used by speech-language-pathologists and audiologists in practice and research to investigate body structures/functions and restrictions these may place on an individual’s ability to participate in activities. McNeilly confirms the need for ICF to become an integral part of clinical preparation providing insight regarding functional clinical outcomes of individuals, maximizing habilitation and rehabilitation outcomes. Ma discusses how the ICF is used to support clinical research, practice and education in Hong Kong with the hope of more global efforts by researchers and clinicians. Papathanasiou describes the principles of the ICF framework, encouraging the early introduction to students, using a framework for course curriculum, clinical competencies, and interprofessional education. Enderby discusses how the ICF is used to develop an outcome measurement approach, Therapy Outcome Measure, with application in a research study.
Member:
$30.00
Nonmember:
$39.00
SIG 17 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 17, Vol. 3, Part 1, 2018
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.4
4.0
The authors showcase five concepts of international service. Randazzo and Garcia discuss sustainable practices used in an international services model describing an interprofessional services delivery model for service provision in a resource-poor, rural Cambodia. Plumb and Willis examine students’ perceptions of study abroad between Auburn University, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. Campos, Skiados, and Flynn author a discussion of the status of male speech-language pathologists in international speech-language pathology associations, including a review of male recruitment efforts. de Diego-Lazaro authors a description of measuring cultural competencies in speech and language pathology students, introducing the Cultural Awareness and Competence Scales, a new tool to assess cultural awareness. Harten, Franca, Boyer, and Pegoraro-Krook describe the international alliances developed to better equip students and professionals with skills for practicing in a changing world. Waterston, Duttine, Roman, and Caesar provide an update to The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association- Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (ASHA-PAHO/WHO) partnership with a description of the WHO Rehabilitation 2030 initiative in The ASHA-PAHO Partnership: Progress, Future Plans and connecting to WHO Rehabilitation 2030.
Member:
$50.00
Nonmember:
$65.00
SIG 17 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 10, Vol. 3, Part 2, 2018
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.25
2.5
The first article discusses a feasibility study to determine whether brief, recorded teaching modules would increase the use of evidence-based vocabulary instruction by undergraduate clinicians. The second article consists of a study designed to develop a method for assessing speech-language pathology author impact as a function of institution and comparing the results to recent college rankings of speech-language pathology graduate programs. The final article describes the development of an elective course on electroencephalographic research methods designed to encourage Master of Science students to pursue academic and research careers in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Member:
$35.00
Nonmember:
$46.00
SIG 10 Affiliate:
$5.00
Services for Bilingual Children With Highly Unintelligible Speech
Format(s): Streaming Video
ASHA CEUs:
0.3
3.0
This video program provides comprehensive information about identifying, assessing, and treating bilingual children ages 3–11 who have highly unintelligible speech. The presenter discusses case studies and current research to provide concrete solutions to common challenges such as figuring out where to begin when providing services, identifying bilingual children at-risk for other concomitant deficiencies, differentiating language difference vs. disorder, and selecting the most effective treatments.
Member:
$125.00
Nonmember:
$163.00
Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 3, Part 2, 2018
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
These articles include two qualitative studies that provided insight into various aspects of services for culturally diverse and linguistic (CLD) populations. Topics include: (a) a qualitative study conducted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Multicultural Issues Board designed to extract CLD clinicians’ beliefs on how their backgrounds affect their career choices and practice, as well as their suggestions on how to be most responsive to CLD clients; (b) a qualitative analysis of caregivers’ views on services they received for their CLD children during home-based treatment and; (c) a cross-disciplinary review of 40 years of literature on children who use African American English.
Member:
$30.00
Nonmember:
$39.00
SIG 14 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 10, Vol. 3, Part 1, 2018
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
The articles focus on how higher education might increase the number of PhD graduates from communication sciences and disorders (CSD) programs, highlighting responses from interviews with PhD Program Coordinators. Authors describe a survey designed to determine if undergraduate students are participating in known opportunities for research and if such undergraduate research experience is related to interest in pursuing a master’s thesis or PhD. Finally, authors describe an interdisciplinary teaching and outreach initiative in which diverse non-communication sciences and disorders undergraduate students were immersed in the field of CSD due to their collective interest in music.
Member:
$30.00
Nonmember:
$39.00
SIG 10 Affiliate:
$5.00
Identifying Developmental Language Disorder in Linguistically Diverse Schools
Format(s): Journal (Online)
ASHA CEUs:
0.65
6.5
Although clinicians have long understood the risks of misidentifying an English learner or nonmainstream dialect speaker with language impairment, research to date has lacked a more nuanced view of assessment within diverse populations. Specifically, practitioners need the knowledge and tools to diagnose “disorder within difference,” a concept that is introduced and then exemplified in this journal self-study course, based on a Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools clinical forum. The authors of the articles examine a variety of assessment and screening tools used with children of varying linguistic backgrounds, including speakers of rural southern dialects, speakers of African American English, and Spanish-English bilingual children.
Member:
$71.00
Nonmember:
$92.00
Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 3, Part 1, 2018
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.1
1.0
This Perspectives targeted a personnel preparation approach to promote cultural competence when working with Arab-Americans, as well as a research review with a clinical case study pertaining to selecting the language of intervention for a bilingual child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Topics included: (a) research to support clinical decisions about language of intervention with bilingual children diagnosed with ASD; (b) strategies to educate an interprofessional team about best practices in bilingual intervention for children with ASD and; (c) application of critical thinking skills in order to be culturally competent when working with Arab-Americans.
Member:
$20.00
Nonmember:
$26.00
SIG 14 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 17, Vol. 2, Part 2, 2017
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.3
3.0
This Perspectives addressed a variety of service delivery and training models in Zambia, Cambodia, India, and Rwanda respectively. The overarching concept of international interprofessional education and practice is demonstrated through the various approaches to education, clinical training, and service delivery
Member:
$40.00
Nonmember:
$52.00
SIG 17 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 2, Part 3, 2017
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
This Perspectives targeted personnel preparation methods to promote cultural competence, as well as health disparities in the autism spectrum disorder (ASD) community. Topics included: (a) identification of areas of disparities and barriers to services for children with ASD from diverse backgrounds and how speech-language pathologists (SLPs) can help reduce some disparities; (b) a description of Project Tapestry that prepares future SLPs to differentiate linguistic differences from disorders, be sensitive to and aware of cultural differences, and communicate and implement culturally appropriate treatment plans, and; (c) a description of an interprofessional education program that included clinically oriented coursework and internships to teach SLPs to integrate evidenced-based training with practice.
Member:
$30.00
Nonmember:
$39.00
SIG 14 Affiliate:
$5.00
Transgender Voice and Beyond: Voice and Communication Training for Gender Expression (On Demand Webinar)
Format(s): On Demand Webinar, On Demand Webinar (Group)
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
Voice modification services for transgender individuals or those with gender-diverse identities is an emerging area of practice for SLPs. While research-based methods for services exist, many SLPs are not sufficiently prepared to serve this population. This webinar will explain the cultural and clinical factors involved in gender-based voice and communication services and describe inclusive practices to support individuals with unique perspectives and concerns. The presenters will share research and clinical cases to illustrate best practice standards for assessment and intervention. Rationales for these standards are based on research regarding communication factors that influence gender attribution by others, factors that influence speakers’ own perception and satisfaction with their voice, and effects of treatment.
On Demand Webinar
Member: $99.00
Nonmember: $129.00
On Demand Webinar (Group)
$299.00


Perspectives, SIG 10, Vol. 2, Part 2, 2017
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.35
3.5
This Part of Perspectives focuses on how higher education might include and enhance clinical training in the area of transgender voice and communication, including an introduction to voice and communication training for transgender clients, suggested guidelines and approaches, and meta-therapy and counseling techniques. This includes a look at first-person narratives by transgender individuals regarding voice and communication, a review of World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) suggested guidelines, and combining voice, speech science, and art approaches to resonant challenges. Additional information in this area specific to higher education includes inclusion of transgender voice and communication training in a university clinic, connecting practicum experiences with knowledge from the classroom to enhance clinical training, and a motor learning perspective for use in a university-based practicum.
Member:
$45.00
Nonmember:
$59.00
SIG 10 Affiliate:
$5.00
Assessment and Intervention for Speakers of Nonmainstream English Dialects
Format(s): Journal (Online)
ASHA CEUs:
0.45
4.5
Distinguishing between language disorder and language difference can be a challenge when a child speaks a nonmainstream English dialect. This journal self-study presents research findings that clinicians can implement with this population in their practice. Two of the articles examine modifications to scoring procedures to correct for dialect in assessments for language impairment. The third article explores the validity of a dialect-sensitive assessment tool. The final article examines the effects of a curriculum designed to teach dialectal differences. In total, the assessment and intervention strategies and tools discussed in these articles will allow SLPs to deliver more effective services and promote academic success for children who speak nonmainstream English dialects.
Member:
$55.00
Nonmember:
$72.00
Perspectives, SIG 17, Vol. 2, Part 1, 2017
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.3
3.0
This Perspectives focused on international collaboration in terms of sustainability, competencies, ethics, and an understanding of how to apply prevalence (specifically how it applies to cluttering with general information that is applicable across settings and disorders). A specific project that supports these key concepts is also discussed in the article on cross-linguistic phonological development. Clinical training and practice of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and audiologists (AuDs) in SA in the areas of health, primary, and tertiary education pre- and post-apartheid is also discussed.
Member:
$40.00
Nonmember:
$52.00
SIG 17 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 2, Part 2, 2017
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
This Perspectives focused on detailed descriptions of evidence-based practices for the assessment and treatment of bicultural and bilingual adults and children. Topics included; (a) assessment considerations for American Indian (AI) and Alaska Natives (AN) who are Dual Language Learners (DLL); implementation of the SMILE communication program for a Bangladeshi Muslim adult with Autism Spectrum Disorder and; (c) an examination of the links between culture and language when considering bicultural and bilingual members of the Deaf community.
Member:
$30.00
Nonmember:
$39.00
SIG Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 2, Part 1, 2017
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.1
1.0
This Perspectives focused on cultural adaptation of evidence-based treatment for clients with aphasia, and an alternative method of speech sound acquisition measurement for a Spanish-English bilingual child. The articles covered: (a) the importance of cultural adaptation research in developing evidence-based practices for culturally and linguistically diverse clients with aphasia; (b) a sequential, step-by-step approach for clinicians to consider when conducting cultural adaptation research, illustrated with a case-based example; and (c) whether spontaneous speech samples can provide a clinically relevant, bilingual phonological inventory not typically available through traditional, elicited speech sample collection.
Member:
$20.00
Nonmember:
$26.00
SIG 14 Affiliate:
$5.00
Phonological Intervention With Bilingual Children: The Complexity Approach
Format(s): On Demand Webinar
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
This webinar will explore evidence-based methods for treating bilingual children with speech sound disorders. Participants will learn the fundamentals of typological complexity theory, discuss past treatment research in this domain, compare and contrast the complexity approach with developmental approaches to treatment, learn target goal selection, and discuss case studies related to these concepts.
Member:
$99.00
Nonmember:
$129.00
Working with Interpreters: Best Practices for Audiologists and SLPs
Format(s): On Demand Webinar
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
Audiologists and SLPs who work with individuals whose primary language is not English may find themselves in a situation where they need to use an interpreter. Being prepared with a plan of action for accessing an interpreter as well as having policies and procedures for the collaboration can ensure the client/patient receives the best possible services. This webinar will describe how to develop a plan of action and offer guidelines for fostering a collaborative and culturally sensitive relationship between the clinician, client/patient, and interpreter.
Member:
$99.00
Nonmember:
$129.00
Speech and Language Assessment in Multicultural Populations
Format(s): On Demand Webinar
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
Assessing individuals from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds can be challenging. This webinar will give SLPs the tools and processes needed to confidently make diagnostic decisions for their students and clients from diverse backgrounds. The webinar will evaluate formal assessment tools and describe effective informal assessment approaches that can help SLPs confidently tease apart difference from disorder.
Member:
$99.00
Nonmember:
$129.00
Perspectives, SIG 17, Vol. 1, Part 1, 2016
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.1
1.0
This Perspectives focused on a changing global landscape for individuals with disabilities, particularly in the areas of proximity, changes in laws, peer acceptance, and support by individuals in authority upon the provision of services for these individuals. The principles for partnerships that embody cultural relevance and sustainability were also addressed.
Member:
$20.00
Nonmember:
$26.00
SIG 17 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 1, Part 3, 2016
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.1
1.0
This Perspectives issue was focused on personnel preparation methods to promote cultural competence when supervising and teaching. Topics included: (a) mentoring strategies that support meeting ASHA’s Strategic Pathway to Excellence objective of increasing cultural competence of association members and; (b) a description of various teaching approaches designed to ensure that future clinicians have the knowledge and skills to evaluate and treat disorders in all populations.
Member:
$20.00
Nonmember:
$26.00
SIG 14 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 16, Vol. 1, Part 2, 2016
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.1
1.0
In these articles, authors explore the theme of working with students who are English Language Learners, the first article focuses on the disability perceptions of families of children with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. It provides an overview of the results of interviews with 10 families and reports themes related to diverse beliefs about the causes of disability. It explains how families' perceptions of disability influence their interaction with professionals and access to services. The authors recommend strategies for speech-language pathologists working with families. This Part also provides public school clinicians with information about post-school outcomes for students with disabilities. Transition services and post-school outcomes is another theme of our continuing education topics this year. The article reviews evidence-based practices and predictors of post-school outcomes for secondary students with disabilities. It explains how speech-language pathologists can implement the identified practices in support of post-school outcomes for students with disabilities.
Member:
$20.00
Nonmember:
$26.00
SIG 16 Affiliate:
$5.00
Perspectives, SIG 14, Vol. 1, Part 2, 2016
Format(s): SIG Perspectives and Exam
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
This Perspectives focused on rationale and techniques for enhancing clinicians’ cultural competence when working in Native American and tribal communities. Topics included: (a) the lasting impact historical trauma has had on health and education in Native communities, (b) the importance of differentiated instruction (DI) and incorporating strategies specific to Native communities, as well as the perspective of a student with hearing loss who experiences traditional cultural education; (c) a description of how a speech-language pathology program and services were established within a tribe, along with suggestions for successful implementation of treatment in this community.
Member:
$30.00
Nonmember:
$39.00
SIG 14 Affiliate:
$5.00
Collaboration With Interpreters: Securing Positive Outcomes
Format(s): Streaming Video
ASHA CEUs:
0.05
0.5
Collaborating with interpreters is often an important step when working with individuals who speak a language other than English. Although bilingual SLPs and audiologists may be familiar with an individual’s native language, a skilled interpreter may be helpful to assist during the evaluation process. There is almost no research on collaborating with interpreters in audiology and speech-language pathology, and most professionals have not been adequately trained to collaborate with an interpreter. In this session, Henriette Langdon offers SLPs and audiologists helpful, evidence-based strategies for working with interpreters, based on research that has been conducted in other fields, including medicine and law, as well as across disciplines at international conferences. You will walk away with practical strategies to ensure that your time with clients who require interpreters is used effectively.
Member:
$15.00
Nonmember:
$20.00
Practical Assessment and Treatment Strategies for English Language Learners With Language Impairments
Format(s): Streaming Video
ASHA CEUs:
0.05
0.5
Many SLPs face the challenge of assessing and evaluating English language learners (ELLs) whose primary language they do not know in order to ascertain whether students are manifesting a language difference or a language impairment. There are no formal tests to administer to ELLs who speak a language such as Vietnamese, Tagalog, or Russian, but SLPs must find a way to evaluate the student in a legal, nonbiased manner. In this session, Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin provides practical tools that SLPs can use with ELLs ages 3-18 from any language background. The course also touches on intervention, specifically language of intervention and practical strategies for increasing the vocabulary skills of ELLs with language impairments.
Member:
$15.00
Nonmember:
$20.00
Language Assessment and Intervention for Bilingual Children Best Buy
Format(s): Journal (Online)
Two journal self-studies examine techniques for language assessment and treatment of bilingual children.
Member:
$80.00
Nonmember:
$104.00
Best Seller
Effective Intervention for Dual Language Learners (On-Demand Webinar)
Format(s): On Demand Webinar
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
Many bilingual children receive intervention services only in English because clinicians – whether monolingual or bilingual – cannot speak all of the non-English languages that are represented on their caseload. This webinar will provide key strategies to support children with both of their languages, even when the clinician does not speak the non-English one. The presenter will review typical language development, growth trajectories, and cross-language transfer of bilingual children and discuss emerging literature on treatment efficacy for these children.
Member:
$99.00
Nonmember:
$129.00
Best Seller
Issues in Bilingual Language Intervention
Format(s): Journal (Online)
ASHA CEUs:
0.6
6.0
This journal self-study explores approaches to language assessment of bilingual children that attempt to improve and go beyond traditional standardized testing. Articles discuss the use of dynamic assessment, conceptual scoring, and language sample analysis to more accurately identify and diagnose bilingual language impairments, and revising cutoff scores on standardized tests in English to better identify language impairments in bilingual children. Clinicians with experience conducting bilingual assessments will be able to add these techniques to current assessment protocols while those with more limited experience will benefit from learning about these procedures and exploring how to incorporate them into the assessment process.
Member:
$67.00
Nonmember:
$87.00
Methods of Bilingual Language Assessment: Beyond Standardized Testing
Format(s): Journal (Online)
ASHA CEUs:
0.4
4.0
This journal self-study explores approaches to language assessment of bilingual children that attempt to improve and go beyond traditional standardized testing. Articles discuss the use of dynamic assessment, conceptual scoring, and language sample analysis to more accurately identify and diagnose bilingual language impairments. And one article looks at how to revise cutoff scores on standardized tests in English to better identify language impairments in bilingual children. Clinicians with experience conducting bilingual assessments will be able to add these techniques to current assessment protocols, while those with more limited experience will benefit from learning about these procedures and exploring how to incorporate them into the assessment process.
Member:
$50.00
Nonmember:
$65.00
Practical Tools for Assessing Bilingual Children
Format(s): On Demand Webinar
ASHA CEUs:
0.2
2.0
SLPs in the U.S. serve an increasingly diverse population, including many children who are bilingual, and recent research has demonstrated the importance of understanding the linguistic skills of bilingual children in both their languages to avoid misdiagnosis of speech sound disorders. This webinar explores practical strategies for comprehensive assessment of Spanish-English bilingual children in educational settings, including the use of parent surveys, bilingual speech assessment procedures, appropriate use of standardized tests, and the alternative assessment procedures of language sampling and dynamic assessment. This webinar is intended for English-speaking and Spanish-English-speaking SLPs and will include ideas for working with interpreters in assessing bilingual children.
Member:
$99.00
Nonmember:
$129.00
Best Seller
Increasing Oral and Literate Language Skills of Children in Poverty
Format(s): Streaming Video
ASHA CEUs:
0.4
4.0
This session will discuss the effects of poverty on low-socioeconomic-status (SES) children and investigate whether academic underachievement is caused by language impairment, environmental factors, or a combination of both. In order to differentiate language impairment from language difference based on environmental factors, participants will learn how to get away from knowledge-based testing and conduct dynamic assessment of information processing skills. We will address the issue of building oral and literate vocabulary skills in low-SES children and discuss how to build executive functioning skills as well. Increasing academic achievement and helping students in poverty meet new Common Core State Standards in language will be emphasized.
Member:
$135.00
Nonmember:
$176.00
Best Seller
Language Assessment of Bilingual Children: Evidence and Implications
Format(s): Streaming Video
ASHA CEUs:
0.3
3.0
This program focuses on core principles and procedures that guide valid language assessments with developing bilingual children aged 3-12. Developing bilinguals are operationally defined within the U.S. as children who have consistent experiences with languages other than, or in addition to, English.
Member:
$125.00
Nonmember:
$163.00
Serving Clients From Diverse Backgrounds: Speech-Language Difference vs. Disorder
Format(s): Streaming Video
ASHA CEUs:
0.05
0.5
Currently, more than a fifth of school-age children speak a language other than English at home, and the population of English language learners will continue to grow. SLPs need to conduct assessments that will determine whether speech-language production errors are indicative of a disorder or the result of the normal process of second language acquisition. We must then provide treatment that supports the needs of diverse learners. This course will provide an easy-to-use framework to distinguish speech-language disorders from speech-language differences as well as introduce practical interventions SLPs can use immediately to support English language learners.
Member:
$15.00
Nonmember:
$18.00
Professional Diversity: How Your Unique Perspective Can Improve Clinical Decision-Making
Format(s): Streaming Video
ASHA CEUs:
0.05
0.5
What are your proudest professional accomplishments? Which clients have you affected most significantly? What distinguishing personal characteristics allow you to make a difference for your clients? Each of us has a unique clinical perspective – informed by our individual background – that can be the critical factor in solving client needs. When we collaborate with colleagues and other professionals, we use diverse perspectives to ensure the best outcomes. The more diversity of backgrounds we have within the professions, the abler we are to serve an increasingly diverse population – and the better our collective clinical decision-making can be. This course will address how the diverse backgrounds and perspectives of SLPs and audiologists can enhance problem-solving and service provision. The course will also discuss the value of ongoing self-assessment and continuous expansion of our own diversity and cultural knowledge.
Member:
$15.00
Nonmember:
$18.00

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