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Everything You Need to Know About a Baby's Mouth for Good Feeding, Speech and Mouth Development
E-Course
Sponsored By: Ages and Stages, LLC

Learn about the structures and functions of a baby’s mouth that can affect feeding and speech. Most babies are born with good mouth development, but many problems can arise in the first year. Participants learn information to help keep a baby's mouth development "on track" from birth.

2.5 hours. Offered for ASHA CEUs. $49.

For more information, visit http://www.agesandstages.net/ecatalog.php


Ongoing

Pediatric Audiology Webinar
E-Course
Sponsored By: Central Institute for the Deaf

This half-hour webinar is a stand-alone audiology primer, essential for teachers, pediatric speech-language pathologists and others who work on the educational team of a child who is deaf or hard of hearing. Our CID audiologist covers how the ear works, how to read an audiogram, the kinds of testing used to measure hearing levels with children at different ages, hearing devices and more.

Free to view, $10 for ASHA and LSLS credits.

For more information, please visit http://learn.cid.edu/webinars


July 9 – 11, 2015

2015 National Conference on Childhood Apraxia of Speech
La Cantera Hill Country Resort Texas
Sponsored By: The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association

The 2015 National Conference on CAS will consider each child with CAS and not just their speech skills, but also their overall language, educational and developmental needs. There will be sessions to fit the learning needs of each individual who wishes to attend. The conference will be held in San Antonio, Texas  at La Cantera Hill Country Resort, July 9 -11, 2015 . CASANA's annual conference features national experts who will discuss all aspects of this speech disorder, including assessment, treatment methods, education, medical and more. ASHA CE credits will be offered for speech-language pathologists in attendance.

For more information, click here.


August 15 – 16, 2015
Central Missouri Medical Symposium
Columbia, Missouri
Sponsored By: MSHA, Rusk Rehabilitation and Mizzou Therapy

For more information, click here.

 

October 21, 2015
Speech Instruction for Children Who Are D/HH
St. Louis, Missouri
Sponsored By: Central Institute for the Deaf

This introductory level workshop will provide knowledge for SLPs and teachers with limited experience evaluating, creating goals and planning speech therapy sessions. Presenters will provide a useful audiology overview as a basis for understanding the speech characteristics of children who are d/hh.

For more information, email dgushleff@cid.edu.


October 22, 2015

Foundational Auditory Learning for Children who are D/HH: Using the SPICE Curriculum
St. Louis, Missouri
Sponsored By: Central Institute for the Deaf

This intermediate level course is designed to teach SLPs and teachers how to capitalize on the auditory information made available to a child with cochlear implants and/or hearing aids. Course features an overview of the original CID SPICE auditory learning curriculum, video, hands-on activities and classroom observation.

ASHA and LSLS credits will be offered.

For more information, email dgushleff@cid.edu.


October 23, 2015
Real World Auditory Learning for Children who are D/HH: Using the SPICE Curriculum
St. Louis, Missouri
Sponsored By: Central Institute for the Deaf

This intermediate level course is designed to teach audiologists, SLPs and teachers techniques to help children who are d/hh improve auditory memory, listening with technology, listening in noise, localiza-tion of sounds and more. The course features an overview of the CID SPICE for Life auditory learning curriculum with video and interactive activities.

ASHA and LSLS credits will be offered.

For more information, email dgushleff@cid.edu.

 

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