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1 2014 Fall Conference October Eugene, OR Celebrating 30 years of excellence

2 Celebrating 30 years sf Excellence General Information The Oregon Speech- Language-Hearing Association is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech- Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology & audiology. ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products or clinical procedures. This course is offered for 1.4 ASHA CEUs (Advanced level, Professional area) There is a $5 processing fee for the Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association to report your CEUs to ASHA. This fee is charged by OSHA, not by ASHA. In order to record your ASHA CEUs, you must include $5 with your registration fee and complete an ASHA Participant Form and Attendance Form before leaving the conference. The forms will be included in the registration packets of those who prepay for the CEUs. State Licensure Hours: A Certificate of Attendance will be included in each registration packet. Maintain this form in your personal files. You will need this when renewing your license. Registration is available online by following the conference links at Online registration must be completed by Friday, October 3rd, After that date, plan to register onsite at the conference. NOTE: Although lunches are included in the registration fee, only those who pre-register will be included in the meal guarantee, so onsite registration does not include the meal functions. Lunch tickets are required in ordered to be served lunch. Please contact the OSHA office (503) or at if you have questions. The online registration allows payment by check, purchase order (school districts only), Visa, or Mastercard. Lodging: OSHA has reserved a block of rooms at the Hilton Eugene. Parking is no cost and plentiful. The room rates are: $129 Single Rate; $129 Double Rate Reservations: Call the hotel reservation number at (800) Be sure to mention your affiliation with OSHA to get the group rate. Rooms must be booked by Thurs. Sept. 11, SLP Registration Fees: Before Oct. 3 Member Full Conference $253 $265 Member One Day (FRI or SAT) $154 $161 Non-member Full Conference $335 $351 Non-member One Day (FRI or SAT) SLPA $236 $247 Member Full Conference $110 $115 Member One Day (FRI or SAT) $71 $74 Non-member Full Conference $132 $139 Non-member One Day (FRI or SAT) Student $93 $97 Member Full Conference $70 $73 Member One Day (FRI or SAT) $45 $47 Non-member Full Conference $90 $94 Non-member One Day (FRI or SAT) Registration and Refund Deadlines Registration is available on the OSHA website (www. oregonspeechandhearing.org). You must register online before Friday, October 3rd, Otherwise plan to register onsite at the conference. Conference cancellation refunds will be granted, less a $30 handling fee, if requested before October 3rd, No refunds granted after October 3rd. Please contact the OSHA office (503) or at if you are unable to register online. The online registration allows payment by check, purchase order (school districts only), Visa, or Mastercard. $65 $68 Onsite 1 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference

3 Conference Highlights BUSINESS MEETING & AWARDS PRESENTATION: Friday s lunch will be a business meeting as well as a presentation of Honors of the Association and other professional awards. The Saturday lunch will have a program by Kevin Ewanchyna, MD. Lunch is included with your registration; however, pre-registration is required in order to attend the luncheons. Please indicate your attendance when you register and a ticket will be included in your registration packet. SILENT AUCTION: The silent auction will take place on Friday, October 10, with bidding from 8:00 am- 5:30 pm. Attendees are encouraged to donate gift baskets for the auction. Any member who donates an item worth at least $50 will be entered into a drawing to win free registration for the next year s conference. The form can be found on the conference information page of the OSHA website. This course is offered for 1.4 ASHA CEUs (Advanced level, Professional area). Join OSHA at the Hilton Eugene Eugene, Oregon 66 E 6th Ave, Eugene, Oregon Reservations: (800) ($129 room rate) To see the broad scope of what Butte has to offer go to: Building Skills for Success in the Fast- Paced Classroom provides resources that will assist students to optimize their achievement through improved access and self-advocacy. OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 2

4 Friday All Day Sessions October 10, :30 am - 4:30 pm Course and Speaker Information What Every SLP Should Know About Serving Children From Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Families Challenges and recommended approaches to screening, assessment, and intervention with culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) children will be described. This presentation will focus on early childhood through primary grades. Bilingual development will also be reviewed, and current perspectives on language of intervention with CLD children with disabilities will be overviewed. Mark Guiberson, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: University of Wyoming Communicative Intent of Challenging Behaviors Persons with ASDs present with behaviors that often detract from their educational programming, and frankly from their quality of life. SLPs can play an instrumental role in the remediation of these behaviors; often these behaviors are an idiosyncratic means of conveying a communicative need. Determining the function, and teaching a conventional means for getting that need met are roles for an SLP. Participants in this program will be sensitized to the expressive and receptive deficits of persons with ASDs that result in behavioral challenges. Practical strategies for identification and remediation will be discussed. Glenis Benson, PhD Employed by: Consultation and Personnel Preparation Seeking Evidence for What We Do: Solving the Dysphagia Management Puzzle in Older Adults This session will address common trends in dysphagia management in relation to the available evidence-base. Clinical findings and protocols will be presented in the context of common etiologies for dysphagia and their impact on physiology. In addition, etiologies that are not usually discussed, such as UTI, will be related to their role in temporary oropharyngeal dysphagia. The audience will be engaged in problem-solving activities. Evidence for all decision-making will be sought and provided as available. Topics will include: neuromuscular electrical stimulation, tongue strengthening and endurance, dysphagia screening approaches, use of thickeners for liquids, and others. Luis Riquelme, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S Employed by: New York Medical College Management of Infants and Young Children with Cleft Palate This presentation will provide an overview of clefting, research on speech and language development of Infants/toddlers/ preschoolers with cleft palate, and surgical management. Assessment and intervention of infants/toddlers/ preschoolers with cleft palate will be discussed. Case studies will be presented. Kathy Chapman, PhD Employed by: University of Utah Learning Outcomes Describe challenges & approaches to screening & assessing CLD children; Learn about language development & intervention with CLD children with a variety of communication disorders; Develop a plan for implementing new skills & identify resources to learn more about screening, assessing, & treating CLD children with a variety of communication disorders. Identify at least two expressive communication acts that, when unconventionally conveyed, contribute to behavioral challenges; Identify at least two receptive language challenges that contribute to communication breakdown & subsequent behavioral challenges; Identify at least two means by which replacement behaviors, or conventional communication can be taught to reduce challenging behaviors. Outline the four major levels of evidence; Describe three specific changes related to presbyphagia in normal aging; Develop alternative assessment protocols for assessing dysphagia secondary to common etiologies; Provide at least two evidence-based commentaries for previously studied assessment and treatment approaches for dysphagia in adults. Describe the communication characteristics of infants/toddlers/ preschoolers with cleft palate; Understand the surgical management of infants/toddlers/preschoolers with cleft palate. Location Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene 3 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference

5 Friday Technical Sessions October 10, :30-6:00 pm Course and Speaker Information Specialty Certification in Dysphagia: A question & answer session This session will present information on preparing for and applying for specialty board certification in swallowing & swallowing disorders. The Vice-Chair of the American Board of Swallowing will lead the discussion and answer questions. Luis Riquelme, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S Employed by: New York Medical College The Effect of Stuttering on Interpersonal Relationships Stuttering is defined as a disorder characterized by repetitions, prolongations or blocks, which disrupt the fluency of conversation. This study, through 6 semi-structured interviews with individuals who stutter, provides insights into these individuals daily-lived experiences of being stigmatized for stuttering and coping with that stigma. Alexandria Bing, BA Employed by: Pacific University Daniel Eisen, PhD Employed by: Pacific University Kerry Callahan Mandulak, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University RTI for Narrative Language: Story Champs, A Pilot Study This presentation will discuss the results of a pilot study using a weekly narrative language classroom intervention program- Story Champs (Spencer and Petersen, 2013), in a Kindergarten classroom to teach story retell skills. Colleen O Hollaren, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Hillsboro School District Lindsey Wineland Employed by: Portland Language Lab Ciara Dyer Student: Pacific University Nicole Hinsley Student: Pacific University Denise Davis Student: Pacific University Systematic Instruction of Use of Technology & Metacognitive Strategy Training: Investigating the Efficacy of Microblogging to Reduce Memory Demands and Increase Quality of Life The use of electronic journal entries to assist a 73 year old with cognitive communication challenges recall key elements of conversations and important daily tasks is examined. Training use of readily available blogging software and daily integration results in a meaningful, customized tool can be accessed using multiple devices. Savanah Dukatz, BS Student: University of Oregon Jennifer Meyer, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: University of Oregon Learning Outcomes Clearly describe the process of specialty recognition to certification; Outline two differences between specialty certification in swallowing for the academic/research track vs the clinical track; Find the website and additional application information for the American Board of Swallowing & Swallowing Disorders; Provide 3 reasons to consider specialty certification. Identify the relationships between stuttering as a speech disorder and the sociological approach to studying stuttering; Describe several ways to describe stuttering from a sociological perspective; Describe how qualitative interviews can provide a way to examine stuttering. Describe the role of narrative language in Common Core State Standards; Explain how the Test of Narrative Retell and the Story Champs Intervention Program can be implemented in an educational setting. Define microblogging and discuss its clinical application as an electronic alternative to memory journaling; Identify possible outcome measures for determining effectiveness of integration of electronic journaling as a memory aid. Location Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 8

6 Friday Technical Sessions October 10, :30-6:00 pm Course and Speaker Information Learning Outcomes Location An Initial Investigation of Vowel Space Area in Children with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Compared to Children who are Typically Developing Children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome often present with palatal clefting and pronounced hypernasality affecting speech sound production including vowels. This presentation will explore within-group developmental trends for vowel space area (VSA) of 20 children (ages 6-18) with this syndrome, along with between-group differences relative to a normative data set. Cinthia Adair, MS, CF-SLP Employed by: Portland Language Lab Kerry Mandulak, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University Peter Flipsen Jr, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University Caitilin McDonnell, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University Characteristics Associated with Voice Handicap in Parkinson s Disease Previous investigations have shown highly inconsistent results with regard to voice handicap as an outcome measure in individuals with PD. The relationship between demographic and disease-related characteristics, voice and communication was investigated in patients with PD who underwent voice evaluation at OHSU over a two-year period. Clinical implications are discussed. Andrew Palmer, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Carrie Crino, MS, CF-SLP Student: Portland State University Linda Bryans, MA, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Donna Graville, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Comparing Swallowing Efficiency by Gender, Bolus Consistency, & Task Measures of swallowing efficiency were collected during standardized swallowing tasks in adults without a swallowing impairment. Swallowing efficiency was measured while eating & drinking several consistencies and compared by gender, bolus consistency, & task condition. Significant differences were found across study tasks. Implications for clinical practice will be discussed. Andrew Palmer, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Kelli Harrington, MA, CFY-SLP Employed by: OHSU NW Center for Voice & Swallowing Rachel King, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: OHSU NW Center for Voice & Swallowing Donna Graville, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Functional Communication Parent Questionnaire This session will describe the Functional Communication Parent Questionnaire which guides target selection for children with moderate-to-severe speech sound disorders, including those with childhood apraxia of speech. The questionnaire incorporates parent and clinical information to increase meaning, motivation and generalizability for individual children. Angela Wilson, BA Student: Portland State University Christina Gildersleeve-Neumann, PhD Employed by: Portland State University Language Treatment After Right Hemispherectomy in an 11 Year Old Male We present a case study of assessment and treatment for acquired language impairment in a 5th grade male after right hemispherectomy performed as surgical intervention for severe, debilitating seizures secondary to Rasmussen s encephalitis. We detail our use of a computer-based language treatment, discuss client data and offer parent perspective. Alexander K. Ledbetter, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: University of Oregon Karee Anderson, BA Student: University of Oregon Describe age and/or gender related trends in vowel space area in the population of children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome examined in this study; Identify whether differences exist between the vowel space area of the children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome in this study & typically developing children. Describe the previous research relating to voice handicap in PD; Discuss the authors conclusions and how these compare to previous investigations; Identify possible implications for practice. Describe timing norms across standardized swallowing tasks in a non-dysphagic population; Discuss the implications of differences in swallowing efficiency between gender, bolus consistency, & timing tasks. Streamline the process of target selection for speech sound disorders; Identify functional targets for children with speech sound disorders; Incorporate caregivers in the target selection and treatment processes. Describe the features of SentenceShaper that may make it a viable treatment tool for clients with similar needs; Summarize the conceptual logic behind selecting computerized language intervention as a treatment approach for this client. 7 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene

7 Friday Evening Poster Sessions October 10, :30-6:00 pm All Friday Evening Poster sessions are held in the Lobby Course and Speaker Information Learning Outcomes An Initial Investigation of Vowel Space Area in Children with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome Compared to Children who are Typically Developing Children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome often present with palatal clefting and pronounced hypernasality affecting speech sound production including vowels. This presentation will explore within-group developmental trends for vowel space area (VSA) of 20 children (ages 6-18) with this syndrome, along with between-group differences relative to a normative data set. Cinthia Adair, MS, CF-SLP Employed by: Portland Language Lab Kerry Mandulak, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University Peter Flipsen Jr, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University Caitlin McDonnell, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University Characteristics Associated with Voice Handicap in Parkinson s Disease Previous investigations have shown highly inconsistent results with regard to voice handicap as an outcome measure in individuals with PD. The relationship between demographic and disease-related characteristics, voice and communication was investigated in patients with PD who underwent voice evaluation at OHSU over a two-year period. Clinical implications are discussed. Andrew Palmer, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Carrie Crino, MS, CF-SLP Employed: Oregon Health Sciences University Linda Bryans, MA, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Donna Graville, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Impact of Advocacy on QOL for a Dyad Living with Aphasia This study investigates how advocacy for oneself, advocacy for others, and advocacy for a cause can impact the quality of life for a person with aphasia and their caregiver. Through caregiver training, environmental manipulations, and involvement in social advocacy, positive clinical outcomes were achieved and will be discussed. Kyla Dirks, MS Employed by: Willamette Valley Medical Center Amanda Stead, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University Development and use of the Hawaii Early Learning Profile and Activity Guides The Hawaii Early Learning Profile was originally developed in the 1970s under a federally funded project to provide a team approach to early childhood education for children with special needs. One of the original authors will display, discuss development and use of the charts and introduce the newest one. Barbara Zeisloft Falbey, MS Employed by: Mesa Public Schools Describe how changes to the structure of the vocal tract in children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome affect the functional production of speech, specifically related to oral nasal coupling; Identify whether differences exist between the vowel space area of the children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome in this study and typically developing children. Describe the previous research relating to voice handicap in PD; Discuss the authors conclusions and how these compare to previous investigations; Identify possible implications for practice. Describe the benefits of advocacy for both an individual and a cause such as aphasia; Define the relevance of the social participation approach and quality of life measures and how they differ from impairment based measures. Discuss the difference between an assessment and planning tool; Tell what the age ranges on the charts represent and how they were developed. OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 4

8 Friday Evening Poster Sessions October 10, :30-6:00 pm All Friday Evening Poster sessions are held in the Lobby Course and Speaker Information Learning Outcomes Tailoring Narrative-based Language Intervention for a Child with Specific Expressive Language Impairment and Stuttering-like Disfluencies: Investigating the Efficacy of NBLI to Improve Expressive Syntax and Speech Fluency Narrative-based Language Intervention was used to target improved expressive syntax, personal narratives, and speech fluency in a 6-year old child with specific expressive language impairment and stuttering-like disfluencies. The study investigated whether NBLI could be effectively tailored to address speech fluency as well as syntax and narrative skills. Samantha Frank, BS Student: University of Oregon Jessica L. Fanning, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: University of Oregon Comparing Swallowing Efficiency by Gender, Bolus Consistency, and Task Measures of swallowing efficiency were collected during standardized swallowing tasks in adults without a swallowing impairment. Swallowing efficiency was measured while eating and drinking several consistencies and compared by gender, bolus consistency, and task condition. Significant differences were found across study tasks. Implications for clinical practice will be discussed. Andrew Palmer, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Kelli Harrington, MA, CFY-SLP Employed by: OHSU NW Center for Voice and Swallowing Rachel King, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: OHSU NW Center for Voice and Swallowing Donna Graville, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Peer Mentoring A program of peer mentoring utilized with SLP graduate students during an intensive, residential program for PWA and families is examined. The underlying model used is grounded in mentoring theory and practice. Findings from post implementation written responses and qualitative interviews highlight prominent themes, program strengths, limitations, and recommendations for future application. Sarah Graham-Baker Student: Portland State University Susan Poulsen, PhD Employed by: Portland State University Susan Ginley, MA, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Drafting a Blueprint for Successful Funding This poster will provide a nuts-and-bolts guide for Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) and Audiologists (AUDs) to use in their efforts to secure funding for materials, equipment, and technology to best serve students within the school setting. The foundation of finance along with a funding toolkit will help SLPs and AUDs draft a blueprint to Design Your Program on a Dime. Additionally, inspirational concrete outcomes will illustrate proven funding success. Jennie Price, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: InterMountain ESD Discuss the steps of a Narrative- Based Language Intervention (NBLI) lesson plan and provide sample activities for each step; Describe how NBLI influences expressive language and speech fluency in young children presenting both specific expressive language impairment and stuttering-like disfluencies. Describe timing norms across standardized swallowing tasks in a non-dysphagic population; Compare findings from the current study to previous data on the Water Swallowing Test as a measure of swallowing safety in patients with swallowing difficulties. Know the benefits of a peer mentoring model for graduate students to enhance students deeper understanding of the impact of aphasia on individuals and families grounded in the WHO ICF model; Show recommendations for this model based on the evaluation of the model including strengths and challenges. Determine a project to secure materials, technology, or equipment based on inspiration from given concrete examples; Use the nuts and bolts funding guide to inform project decisions; Create a blueprint for their project using tools from the toolkit. 5 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference

9 Friday Evening Poster Sessions October 10, :30-6:00 pm All Friday Evening Poster sessions are held in the Lobby Course and Speaker Information Learning Outcomes Clinical Assessment of Dysphagia: A Comparison of Two Bedside Evaluation Protocols This poster presents results from 10 practice-based cases that compared the accuracy, feasibility, and usefulness of two clinical evaluation of swallowing protocols: the Mann Assessment of Swallowing Ability (MASA) and the Volume Viscosity Swallow Test (V-VST). Included is a summary of the empirical literature regarding clinical evaluation of swallowing. Clarissa Williams, MS Student: University of Oregon Gina G Griffiths, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: University of Oregon Functional Communication Parent Questionnaire This session will describe the Functional Communication Parent Questionnaire which guides target selection for children with moderate-to-severe speech sound disorders, including those with childhood apraxia of speech. The questionnaire incorporates parent and clinical information to increase meaning, motivation and generalizability for individual children. Angela Wilson, BA Student: Portland State University Christina Gildersleeve-Neumann, PhD Employed by: Portland State University Describe empirical evidence base for clinical evaluation of swallow (CES) protocols; Identify components of two specific (CES) protocols reviewed in the literature; Compare accuracy, feasibility, and usefulness of two protocols using results from 10 practice-based case applications. Streamline the process of target selection for speech sound disorders; Identify functional targets for children with speech sound disorders; Incorporate caregivers in the target selection and treatment processes. Save the Date! Join us for OSHA s Annual Conferences! October 9 & 10, 2015 October 8 & 9, 2016 & Portland, Oregon Salem, Oregon OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 6

10 Saturday Morning Sessions October 11, :30-11:45 am Course and Speaker Information Children with Hearing Impairment: Have Cochlear Implants made a Difference? In the 20+ years since FDA approval cochlear implants have been trumpeted as a major improvement in intervention for individuals with hearing impairment. This presentation will review outcomes in children as reported to date and examine whether or not these devices appear to have lived up to their promise. Peter Flipsen Jr, PhD, S-LP(C), CCC-SLP Employed by: Pacific University Computer Adaptive Testing of Anomia Sensitive metrics of change are needed to support the development and evaluation of new anomia treatments and to provide the basis for rehabilitation reimbursement. This presentation will focus on the psychometric development of a new assessment system with low response burden, and the ability to support repeated assessments without posing threats to internal validity. Gerasimos Fergadiotis, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University Language Assessment in Bilingual Children: Challenges and Options This session will focus on how clinicians can differentiate bilingual children with primary language impairment from typically developing peers. The presenter will discuss challenges in assessment and current evidence-based practices for accurate diagnosis. She will address various methods of assessment and she will provide practical clinical examples. Maria Kapantzoglou, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: Portland State University School-Wide Supports for Students with Concussions This session will present promising practices in identification, assessment, and educational services for students with traumatic brain injury, including concussion. Key elements of an effective school-wide concussion management program and educational resources for parents and educators will be discussed. Ann Glang, PhD Employed by: Center on Brain Injury Research and Training Melissa Nowatzke, MS Employed by: Center on Brain Injury Research and Training Learning Outcomes Recognize the basic components of a cochlear implant; Discuss some of the audiological, speech & language, educational & quality of life outcomes for children fitted with cochlear implants. Develop a basic understanding of item response theory (IRT) & its role in the development of psychometric applications; Identify the advantages of using IRT-based computer adaptive testing to assess naming impairments. Identify various options for assessing language skills in bilingual children with and without primary language impairment; Discuss methods and outcomes from recent assessment studies with bilingual children with primary language impairment. Describe the key elements of the STEP and Brain 101 models; Understand the importance of systemic approches to serving children with TBI across the spectrum of severity; Identify resources available for parents and educators interested in TBI. Location Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Join Us for the Saturday Lunch Program by Dr. Kevin Ewanchyna The Medical Home Model in Oregon Participants will be able to define Patient Centered Medical Home, examine the interplay between Medical Homes and Coordinated Care Organizations (CCO s) in the state of Oregon, discuss the expanding clinical role of care coordination in Medical Homes, and describe the principles of health literacy and how this impacts our care for patients. 9 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference

11 Saturday Early Afternoon Sessions October 11, :15-2:45 pm Course and Speaker Information Eating is Not Just Swallowing: Defining the Anticipatory Components of the Mealtime Process Dysphagia assessment and treatment are frequently impairment-driven, focusing on swallowing in isolation, removed from the more holistic goal of eating. This session will address the necessity of integrating components of the broader mealtime process and anticipatory stage of the swallow with our current definitions of swallowing and swallowing impairment, particularly for elderly patients. Samantha Shune, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: University of Oregon Cognitive Rehabilitation Services on the Oregon Health Plan Historically, Oregonians with brain injury on the Oregon Health Plan have had extremely limited access to cognitive rehabilitation services. Recent changes in Oregon Health Authority policy have resulted in modest increases in access to these services. This presentation will provide an overview of initial implementation efforts. Kathy dedomingo, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Progressive Rehabilitation Association Laurel Kirby, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Providence Hospital Laurie Ehlhardt Powell, PhD, CCC-SLP Employed by: University of Oregon Adolescents with Language Impairments: Intervention at the Middle School This seminar will examine the language demands of a typical middle school classroom in conjunction with the Common Core State Standards in English/Language Arts. It will also discuss the role of normal language development in planning intervention for adolescents with language impairments, and the importance of addressing the literate lexicon and complex syntax in spoken and written language. Marilyn A Nippold, PhD Employed by: University of Oregon QIAT on the SETT annnd AACtion! A lively AACtion packed session focusing on Augmentative and Alternative Communication Implementation! Successful AAC implementation using Quality Indicators of Assistive Technology and the SETT Framework will be reviewed followed by tons of video examples. We will show you how to create not only practical implementation plans for AAC in the school setting, but also systems at varying levels of communicative competence and demonstrate how to overcome a myriad of barriers. Kim Baker, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Beaverton School District Debbie Carillo, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Beaverton School District Freda Stanton, MS, CCC-SLP Employed by: Beaverton School District Learning Outcomes Describe the differences between the processes of eating, feeding, & swallowing; Identify components of the mealtime beyond swallowing function that are particularly important to consider for older adults. Be introduced to recent advocacy work to expand the outpatient cognitive rehabilitation (CR) benefit on the Oregon Health Plan (OHP); Be introduced to current guidelines, successes and challenges regarding authorization and billing for outpatient CR services on OHP. Identify key aspects of lexical and syntactic development during the middle school years; Identify Common Core State Standards in spoken and written language proficiency; Describe language strategies to enhance academic success in middle school students. Understand how the SETT process helps with successful AAC implementation; Learn how prepare, maintain, and to implement AAC systems for students at varying levels of communicative competence; Implementing practical AAC strategies. Location Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 10

12 Saturday Late Afternoon Sessions October 11, :00-4:30 pm Course and Speaker Information Writing Research and Tools for Individuals with Autism and Complex Disabilities New innovations and proven methods in writing instruction can help you better serve individuals with autism and complex disabilities. This presentation will focus on saving you time by helping you discover key resources around development, assessment, and intervention. This will include resources about assistive technologies, motivation, apps, and strategy instruction. Samuel Sennott, PhD Employed by: Portland State University Eric Sanders, PhD Employed by: Pacific University Disability and Identity: Lost Pieces in a Post-Concussion Syndrome Diagnosis Post-concussion syndrome (PCS) occurs when symptoms persist longer than three months post-concussion (mild TBI). Much PCS literature focuses on a psychological basis for the syndrome despite confirmation of tissue damage. PCS treatment could be improved by including discussion of disability identity; personal and environmental factors; and contextualized, naturalistic assessment procedures. Cheryl Green, MFA, MS Employed by: StoryMinders Clinician Effectiveness: Variables that Affect our Effectiveness in Therapy Clinician factors such as animation, sensitivity, synchronicity, and flexibility are critical in helping us be more effective clinicians. This workshop will describe our attempts in a clinical practice to measure some of these clinician variables through observation and coding of videotaped therapy sessions with experienced clinicians. Robert Buckendorf, PhD Employed by: Buckendorf & Associates Management of Health-care Ethical Dilemmas in Speech Pathology Difficult situations often arise for speech pathologists who work in medical settings, sometimes resulting in feelings of conflicted values, concern for professional integrity or moral distress. This presentation will use a variety of scenarios emphasizing the use of ethical principles to create a process for addressing ethical dilemmas. Lisa Crandall, MA, CCC-SLP Employed by: Kaiser Permanente Learning Outcomes Describe a conceptual model of writing for individuals with autism and complex disabilities; Summarize a developmental model of writing for individuals with autism and complex disabilities. Identify major elements in both psychological & neurobiological etiologies/maintenance factors of post-concussion syndrome; Describe the discrete process-oriented versus contextualized, naturalistic diagnostic protocols & the benefits of each. Will list some characteristics of the Responsive Teaching Curriculum and of Prelinguistic Milieu Teaching; Will observe variables which may contribute to clinician effectiveness through observation of video taped therapy sessions. Identify the core moral and ethical principles in health care; Discuss the processes for addressing the uncertainty that arises when confronted with difficult treatment decisions. Location Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Hilton Eugene Register Online Today! Scan the QR code 11 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference

13 Exhibitors DynaVox Emilie Gravett EBS Healthcare Amie Robillard Cookie Lee Jewelry Fundraiser for Stuttering Foundation Thrina Parent Simply Thick Wendy West SmartEdPad Abey Mukkananchery Talking Book and Braille Services Elke Bruton * at time of print Friday Evening Reception for Exhibitors, Silent Auction, Technical & Poster Sessions Friday, October 10 from 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Hors d oeuvres provided- no host bar Please join us for our Friday Evening Reception! An opportunity to visit with Exhibitors, view poster sessions, and hear the announcement of the Silent Auction winners. Technical sessions will be presented concurrently with the poster sessions. OSHA Friday Evening Reception Bidding on the Silent Auction is on Friday 8:00 am- 5:30 pm. Winners will be announced at the Reception. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association s student scholarship program. OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 12

14 Friday Speakers The OSHA Conference Committee, under the direction of Karen McLaughlin, has planned a great conference which will provide invaluable networking and professional growth opportunities. Listed below are the excellent speakers. OSHA Conference Committee Members: Amy Costanza-Smith Jennifer Larsen Rik Lemoncello Heather Moore Phaedra Urban Leisha Vogl * In compliance with the requirements of ASHA s Continuing Education Board concerning transparency in course planning, delivery, and marketing, below is information on presenters financial and non-financial interests relevant to the content of their presentation. Glenis Benson, PhD has supported persons with ASDs since the late 70s. She began her career teaching children with autism at the Edmonton School for Autistic Children. Although Canadian, she went abroad to New Zealand where she obtained her Masters degree from the University of Auckland, & subsequently she secured her PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Glenis was Director of the Autism Program for USD, Senior Advisor for the United Nations for the Middle East for persons with ASD, & she has taught for the Kentucky Autism Training Center at the University of Louisville, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Oshkosh & Platteville. She has numerous journal publications, book chapters & a DVD in her name. Dr. Benson has no relevant financial disclosures Dr. Benson has no relevant non-financial disclosures. Kathy Chapman, PhD is a Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders at the University of Utah. Dr. Chapman has numerous data-based articles and presentations related to this areas of study. She is area coordinator for the Americleft speech project, which is an intercenter study of speech outcomes in the USA. Dr. Chapman (with Dr. Mary Hardin-Jones) was funded by the National Institutes of Health to conduct a multicenter study, longitudinal study of phonological development of young children with cleft palate. She has served on numerous editorial boards & was Associate Editor for the American Journal of Speech- Language Pathology and Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools. Dr. Chapman has no relevant financial disclosures. Dr. Chapman has no relevant non-financial disclosures. Mark Guiberson, PhD, CCC- SLP is an associate professor of Communication Disorders at the University of Wyoming. He also is a bilingual speech-language pathologist with over 15 years of experience in early intervention and school-based services. Dr. Guiberson researches language development and disorders in young Spanish-speaking children and assessment and intervention strategies with linguistically diverse populations. Dr. Guiberson has a financial relationship with OSHA for speaking and teaching including lodging and honorarium. Dr. Guiberson has no relevant non-financial relationships. Luis F. Riquelme, PhD,CCC-SLP, BCS-S is currently Associate Professor, NY Medical College in Valhalla; and Director, Barrique SLP at Center for Swallowing & Speech-Language Pathology, NY Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn. He completed his M.S. at Columbia University & his Ph.D. at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Luis has authored articles on dysphagia, multiculturalism, cultural competence, leadership & quality improvement. Luis is a Board Certified Specialist in Swallowing (BCS-S) & a member of the Dysphagia Research Society (DRS). At present he is Vice-Chair of the American Board of Swallowing & Swallowing Disorders; Co-Chair of the National Aphasia Association s Multicultural Task Force; Past Chair of the ASHA PAC Board; & Chair of the NY State Board for SLP & Audiology. Luis became an ASHA Fellow in 2009 & in 2006 he received ASHA s Certificate of Recognition for Special Contributions in Multicultural Affairs. Dr. Riquelme has a financial relationship with NY Medical College and Barrique SLP for employment and salary. Dr. Riquelme has a non-financial relationship with American Board of Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders. 13 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference

15 Saturday Speakers Kim Baker, MS, CCC-SLP has practiced as a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist for 27 years. She has specialized in Augmentative and Alternative Communication, applying her expertise across multiple settings from education to outpatient adult and child rehabilitation to private practice. She is a strong team leader as an Augmentative Communication Specialist. She has presented at ASHA, AT Now, and as a guest lecturer at Pacific University. Ms. Baker has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Baker has no relevant non-financial relationships. G. Robert Buckendorf, PhD, CCC-SLP, practice manager at Buckendorf Associates, has been in private practice and on the faculty at Oregon Health and Sciences University. Dr. Buckendorf has been in practice for over 35 years, treating children and adults with a wide range of disabilities. He received the honors of the Oregon Speech-Language and Hearing Association in Dr. Buckendorf has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Buckendorf has no relevant non-financial relationships. Debbie Carrillo, MS CCC-SLP has practiced Speech Language Pathology for 31 years. She has specialized in applying the principles of Augmentative and Alternative Communication to children with low incidence disabilities. She has worked as a direct service SLP in general education as well as specialized programs and an Augmentative Communication Specialist. She has presented at local, state, and national venues. Ms. Carrillo has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Carrillo has no relevant non-financial relationships. Lisa Crandall, MS, CCC-SLP is a speech pathologist who currently works for Kaiser Permanente where she has been an ethics consultant for the last 13 years. She has worked with various populations across multiple health-care environments and uses her training in ethics to promote improved outcomes for patients and families. Ms. Crandall has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Crandall has no relevant non-financial relationships. Kathy dedomingo, MS, CCC-SLP, is the Director for Operations at the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center (BIRC) at Progressive Rehabilitation Associates (PRA), Portland, OR. She is a Fellow with the American College of Medical Practice Executives, and a medical rehabilitation surveyor for the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Ms. dedomingo has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. dedomingo has no relevant non-financial relationships. Laurie Ehlhardt Powell, PhD, CCC-SLP, is Research Associate Professor, Center on Brain Injury Research and Training (CBIRT), University of Oregon. Her advocacy-related work has included supporting the coordination of the re-chartered Governor s Task Force on TBI as it reviews and evaluates policies and programs on behalf of Oregonians with TBI. Dr. Ehlhardt Powell has relevant financial relationships with the University of Oregon for employment in a management position, salary, and grants. Dr. Ehlhardt Powell has no relevant non-financial relationships. Kevin Ewanchyna, MD was born in Saskatchewan, Canada. He is board certified in family medicine in both Canada and the United States. Dr. Ewanchyna is married with two sons and one daughter. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading, physical fitness, music and theater. Dr. Ewanchyna is currently the chief medical officer for Samaritan Health Plan Operations. Dr. Ewanchyna has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Ewanchyna has no relevant non-financial relationships. Gerasimos Fergadiotis, PhD, CCC-SLP, is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Speech and Hearing Sciences at Portland State University. His research focuses on how people with aphasia and older individuals process discourse. The primary goal is the development of psychometrically sound processes for evaluating language production in these populations for clinical and research purposes. Dr. Fergadiotis is currently funded by PSU through an internal grant to study the interaction of cognitive aging and discourse production. Prior to joining Portland State University, Dr. Fergadiotis completed his Ph.D. at Arizona State University. Dr. Fergadiotis has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Fergadiotis has no relevant non-financial relationships. OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 14

16 Saturday Speakers Peter Flipsen Jr, PhD, CCC-SLP is a Professor of Speech-Language Pathology at Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR. He received an undergraduate degree from the University of Alberta in his native Canada, an M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from Michigan State University and his doctorate in Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the author of over 25 peerreviewed journal articles and several book chapters. He is also the co-author (along with John Bernthal and Nicolas Bankson) of the 7th edition of the classic textbook Articulation and Phonological Disorders: Speech Sound Disorders in Children. His research has focused on speech sound disorders in children in general as well as looking at the emergence of speech and language skills in young children fitted with cochlear implants. Dr. Flipsen has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Flipsen has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ann Glang, PhD is a special education educator who for over 20 years has designed and studied interventions to support children and adolescents with TBI, educators, and families. Her research interests include childhood brain injury prevention, teacher training, and the development of effective strategies for helping teachers and families support children and adolescents with brain injuries. Ann has served as a principal investigator for numerous NIH and Department of Education-funded projects in her role as a researcher at the Center on Brain Injury Research and Training at University of Oregon. Dr. Glang has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Glang as no relevant non-financial relationships. Maria Kapantzoglou, PhD, is an assistant professor at Portland State University (PSU) and a certified trilingual speech-language pathologist. Her research focuses on the assessment of language skills in bilingual children with and without primary language impairment. She has a Master s in Measurement, Statistics and Methodological Study, and she has worked in federally funded projects to develop culturally and linguistically appropriate assessment tools for Spanish-English speaking children. She has worked with bilingual children in four different countries and in three languages: English, Spanish and Greek. At PSU, she teaches courses on speech and language disorders and supervises graduate students in the bilingual concentration. Dr. Kapantzoglou has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Kapantzoglou has no relevant non-financial relationships. Laurel Kirby, MS, CCC-SLP, manages the Providence Concussion Management Program for Providence Rehabilitation Services throughout Portland and SW Washington. She has worked across the continuum of care, specializing in cognitive-communication interventions following mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion. Currently, she volunteers with Brain-injury Information Referral and Resource Development (BIRRDsong). Ms. Kirby has relevant financial relationships with Providence Health & Services for employment and salary, and with Portland State University for speaking and teaching. Ms. Kirby has relevant non-financial relationships with BIRRDsong for volunteering. Cheryl Green, MFA, MS earned an MS in Speech and Hearing Sciences in She blogs and creates films and podcasts with an insider s perspective of disability identity since sustaining a traumatic brain injury in She served on the Board of BIRRDsong and currently serves for Disability Art and Culture Project. Ms. Green has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Green has no relevant non-financial relationships. Marilyn A Nippold, PhD, is a professor of Communication Disorders and Sciences at the University of Oregon. She is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and Editor of Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. She has published 7 books and over 100 articles and chapters. Dr. Nippold has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Nippold has no relevant non-financial relationships. 15 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference

17 Saturday Speakers Melissa Nowatzke, MS is the project Coordinator for the TBI Team, works on the In The Classroom project, and coordinates the Oregon Concussion Awareness and Management Program. She received her MS in behavioral disabilities from the University of Oregon where she continues to pursue a EdD in Educational Leadership, Methodology and Policy. She has worked extensively with at risk children and families as a behavior specialist and special education teacher and spent seven years as a school administrator. Ms. Nowatzke has no relevant financial disclosures. Ms. Nowatzke has no relevant non-financial disclosures. Eric J. Sanders, PhD, is a speech-language pathologist and assistant professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program at Pacific University. His primary research interest is the study of language and literacy in individuals with significant disabilities. Dr. Sanders has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Sanders has no relevant non-financial relationships. Samuel Sennott, PhD, is a new assistant professor focused on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and universal design at Portland State University where he is building an innovative research and development laboratory to serve the community. He co-created the popular iphone and ipad app for children with communication disorders, Proloquo2Go. Dr. Sennott has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Sennott has no relevant non-financial relationships. Samantha Shune, PhD, CCC-SLP is an assistant professor in Communication Disorders and Sciences at the University of Oregon. Her research and clinical interests include the effects of healthy and pathologic aging on the physiologic and communicative aspects of the swallowing and mealtime process. Prior to returning to school for her PhD and throughout her doctoral program, she worked as an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist in various medical settings (inpatient/outpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing, acute care), with a particular focus on dysphagia and stroke rehabilitation. Freda Stanton, MS, CCC-SLP has worn many hats in her career including teacher of the deaf, Augmentative Communication Specialist and most recently as a direct service SLP in a specialized education program for children with low incidence disabilities. She has presented nationally and frequently in the Portland Metro area, sharing her expertise and practical knowledge of AAC. Ms. Stanton has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Stanton has no relevant non-financial relationships. Get the most advanced communication solution, plus ideas for AAC evaluations, therapy plans, and more. COMPLIMENTARY for all ASHA-certified SLPs! Announcing for Professionals! Learn more at mydynavox.com Or contact your local DynaVox sales representative Ellen Witham, at Dr. Shune has relevant financial relationships with NIH- NIA for research supported grants. Dr. Shune has no relevant non-financial relationships. OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 16

18 Poster/Technical Presenter Disclosure Information Ms. Adair has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Adair has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Anderson has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Anderson has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Bing has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Bing has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Bryans has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Bryans has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Crino has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Crino has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Davis has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Davis has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Dirks has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Dirks has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Dukatz has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Dukatz has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Dyer has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Dyer has no relevant non-financial relationships. Dr. Eisen has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Eisen has no relevant non-financial relationships. Dr. Fanning has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Fanning has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Frank has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Frank has no relevant non-financial relationships. Dr. Gildersleeve-Neumann has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Gildersleeve-Neumann has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Graham-Baker has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Graham-Baker has no relevant non-financial relationships. Dr. Graville has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Graville has no relevant non-financial relationships. Dr. Griffiths has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Griffiths has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Harrington has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Harrington has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Hinsley has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Hinsley has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. King has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. King has no relevant non-financial relationships. Mr. Ledbetter has no relevant financial relationships. Mr. Ledbetter has no relevant non-financial relationships. Dr. Mandulak has relevant financial relationships with Pacific University for employment and salary. Dr. Mandulak has non-financial relationships with Advanced Health Care Education for a royalty for teaching and speaking; Smile Oregon for board membership; American Cleft Palate- Craniofacial Association for board membership; ASHA for CE content management. Ms. McDonnell has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. McDonnell has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Meyer has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Meyer has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. O Hollaren has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. O Hollaren has no relevant non-financial relationships. Mr. Palmer has no relevant financial relationships. Mr. Palmer has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Price has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Price has non-financial relationships with ASHA for membership on the School Finance Committee. Dr. Poulsen has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Poulsen has no relevant non-financial relationships. Dr. Stead has no relevant financial relationships. Dr. Stead has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Wilson has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Wilson has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Williams has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Williams has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Wineland has no relevant financial relationships. Ms. Wineland has no relevant non-financial relationships. Ms. Zeisloft Fabley has relevant financial relationships for ownership interest in Hawaii Early Learning Partners for authorship and professional writing. Ms. Zeisloft Fabley has non-financial relationship with Hawaii Early Learning Partners for personal and professional interest. 17 v OSHA 2014 Annual Conference

19 Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association What is the purpose of OSHA? The Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Association (OSHA) is recognized as the official professional organization for Oregon by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). The Oregon Speech-Language & Hearing Association is an organization of like-minded professionals dedicated to providing the highest level of communication potential to persons of all ages. In order to empower our members and facilitate advocacy, we: Promote the study of human communication, hearing and related disorders and increase interest in the investigation, prevention, and treatment of its disorders. Support the individual and collective professional interests of the Association s members. Advocate for the rights of persons with communication, hearing and related disorders. Facilitate the exchange of information among members of the Association to improve clinical services by enhancing and maintaining the highest level of knowledge and skills. What are some perks of Membership with OSHA? Complimentary subscription to the OSHA Communicator, our quarterly newsletter to keep current on activities around the state. Continuing education opportunities, including a registration discount to the annual OSHA state conference. Complete access to the OSHA website, including the membership directory. Assistance with work-related issues, such as workload and ethics. Opportunities to network and find support with professionals in your region or practicing in your area of expertise. Support for your profession and the populations you serve through effective advocacy and legislation. Free Job postings in our Career Center. If you have questions regarding membership, please contact the OSHA office at

20 Schedule at a Glance 4:30-7:00 pm OSHA Board Meeting Thursday, October 9 7:00-9:00 pm Exhibit Set-up & Registration Friday, October 10 7:00-8:30 am Registration & Continental Breakfast 7:00 am- 6:00 pm Exhibits 8:30 am- 4:30 pm All Day Education Sessions Session 1: What Every SLP Should Know About Serving Children From Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Families Session 2: Communicative Intent of Challenging Behaviors Session 3: Seeking Evidence for What We Do: Solving the Dysphagia Management Puzzle in Older Adults Session 4: Management of Infants and Young Children with Cleft Palate 4:30 pm- 6:00 pm Friday Evening Reception with Poster & Technical Sessions Saturday, October 11 7:00-8:30 am Registration & Continental Breakfast 7:00 am - 3:00 pm Exhibits 8:30-11:45 am Morning Education Sessions Session 1: Children with Hearing Impairment: Have Cochlear Implants made a Difference? Session 2: Computer Adaptive Testing of Anomia Session 3: Language Assessment in Bilingual Children: Challenges and Options Session 4: School-Wide Supports for Students with Concussions 12:00-1:15 pm Lunch, Program with Kevin Ewanchyna, MD The Medical Home Model in Oregon 1:15-2:45 pm Early Afternoon Education Sessions Session 1: Eating is Not Just Swallowing: Defining the Anticipatory Components of the Mealtime Process Session 2: Cognitive Rehabilitation Services on the Oregon Health Plan Session 3: Adolescents with Language Impairments: Intervention at the Middle School Session 4: QIAT on the SETT annnd AACtion! 3:00-4:30 pm Late Afternoon Education Sessions Session 1: Writing Research and Tools for Individuals with Autism and Complex Disabilities Session 2: Disability and Identity: Lost Pieces in a Post-Concussion Syndrome Diagnosis Session 3: Clinician Effectiveness: Variables that Affect our Effectiveness in Therapy Session 4: Management of Health-care Ethical Dilemmas in Speech Pathology OSHA 2014 Annual Conference v 20

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