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The MSHA 2016 Fall Workshops
September 23 and 24, 2016
Embassy Suites, St. Charles, MO

Friday September 23
Issues and Answers
Aggression, Tantrums and Defiance: Significantly Reduce All Three With the Skill of Emotional Regulation

Saturday September 24
Early Childhood

Why Not? Enhance Literacy and Language Skills While Addressing Speech Sound Disorders and Childhood Apraxia of Speech!

Each workshop begins at 8:30 am and ends at 4:30 pm.

 

Embassy Stuites
Two Convention Center Plaza
St. Charles, MO 63303


The Embassy Suites St. Charles will be offering a rate of $129 per night. Rooms must be reserved by September 2, 2016. All registered guests receive a complimentary cooked to order breakfast and evening manager’s reception. Attendees are advised to make reservations by calling 636-946-5544. Ask for the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association group rate.

Facility ventilation and heating systems are not within our control. Please plan accordingly for possible fluctuations in room temperature settings.

 

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Early registrations are: $130 for Members, $195 for Non-Members and $50 for Students, and must be postmarked by September 1. After September 1, additional fees will apply. Registration will not be processed until the fee is received. On-site registration is strongly discouraged as space and lunch cannot be guaranteed.

Fees include: workshop registration, CEUs, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks.


Refunds/Cancellations: Refunds minus a $30 handling fee will be made if cancellations are received by September 2. No refunds will be made after this date. Refunds will not be given for no-shows.

 

Issues and Answers
Friday, September 23

Aggression, Tantrums and Defiance: Significantly Reduce All Three With the Skill of Emotional Regulation
Presented by Jill Molli, MA

This workshop seeks to attune our adult systems in a way that will help us with our own families, colleagues, agencies, schools and, of course, the children in our care. It will enhance and strengthen all our significant relationships.

At the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to identify how the brain learns to self-regulate, identify how to literally “wire” children for self-control, to move past your own “triggers” or hot buttons and choose thoughts and feelings that create a relaxed, alert state, and identify the five essential steps in teaching positive behavior.

Ms. Molli has the uncanny ability to help people laugh and learn at the same time. Her past position in a Title 1 elementary school offered her opportunities to apply Dr. Bailey’s Conscious Discipline® in a school setting and her own family offers her constant real life experiences to share. Jill was selected as a Loving Guidance Associate because of her no-nonsense ability to get to the heart of a situation and her commitment to living Loving Guidance principles. As a guidance counselor, Jill helped implement Conscious Discipline® school-wide using the three-year implementation plan. She has a master’s degree in counseling, a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and 15 years of working with children with behavior problems. She is the owner and operator of Connecting With Kids, a business whose mission is to build connections in families and classrooms. Jill volunteers weekly in preschool and elementary settings and quarterly in an alternative high school.

 

 

Early Childhood
Saturday, September 24

Why Not? Enhance Literacy and Language Skills While Addressing Speech Sound Disorders and Childhood Apraxia of Speech!
Presented by Keli Richmond, MS, CCC-SLP

Orthographic instruction (printed cues) is an effective technique that stimulates the orthographic processor by the inclusion of printed cues into therapy and classroom activities. Orthographic instruction applications are practical in therapy sessions, classrooms and natural environments. The applications are used as Response to Intervention (RtI) strategies. The natural progression of “letters-toliteracy” learning steps advances speech and literacy skills quickly, enables carry-over of target sound and literacy skills into natural surroundings and promotes a fun and functional environment!

At the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to describe the roles of the four reading/writing processors within the brain, outline the suggested “letters-to-literacy” natural step progression and describe the use of the applications as RtI strategies. Keli Richmond, MS, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist specializing in early literacy development. She has both a master’s and bachelor’s degree in speech-language pathology, a bachelor’s degree in audiology, a minor focus in special education and a teaching license

Ms. Richmond has more than 17 years’ experience in the speech and literacy disciplines. She conducts training, presents accredited continuing education seminars for Northern Speech Services and speaks at speech-language-hearing related events. Keli is the author of Literacy Speaks!

 

 

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This program is offered for up to 1.3 CEUs
(Intermediate level, Professional area)

Speaker Disclosure:

Jill Molli, MA
Relevant Financial Relationships: Jill Molli is the owner of Connecting with Kids and is receiving a speaking honorarium from the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association for this presentation.
Relevant Non-Financial Relationships: Jill Molli has no non-financial relationships to disclose.

Keli Richmond, MS, CCC-SLP
Relevant Financial Relationships: Keli Richmond receives royalties from Northern Speech Services. Orthographic instruction (printed cues) is the primary focus of this session. Additional evidence-based techniques and product resources are discussed. She is the author of the Literacy Speaks! program and is receiving a speaking honorarium from the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association for this presentation.
Relevant Non- Financial Relationships: Keli Richmond has no non-financial relationships to disclose.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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