Connecting to Communicate & Collaborate: The 3C Approach to Serving Young Children with Hearing Loss Via Telepractice
Telepractice has become an extremely popular and necessary service delivery model, especially when delivering speech-language pathology services to young children in their homes. This course will discuss how to define, design, and deliver family-centered early intervention to young children and their families.
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Tele-práctica: Sesión 9 – 12 años | Telepractice: Example Sessions 9-12 years
Terapia centrada en la familia, sugerencias para la tele-práctica en este rango de edad, presentación de videos a lo largo del webinar, caso clínico, aplicación de objetivos a través de materiales cotidianos. English:
In this webinar, we provide examples of session strategies using telepractice for the nine- to 12-year-old population. This webinar highlights the ABCs of telepractice and how to incorporate materials present in the home into the therapy session. Real clinical cases and demonstration videos are presented throughout this webinar. This course is in Spanish. Closed captioning is available in Spanish and subtitles are available in English.
Tele-práctica: Sesión 4 – 8 años | Telepractice: Example Sessions 4-8 years
In this webinar, we provide examples of session strategies using telepractice for the four- to eight-year-old population. This webinar highlights the ABCs of telepractice and how to incorporate materials present in the home into the therapy session. Real clinical cases and demonstration videos are presented throughout this webinar. This course is in Spanish. Closed captioning is available in Spanish and subtitles are available in English.
Tele-práctica: Sesión 0 meses a 3 años | Telepractice: Listening and Spoken Language Therapy for Birth to 3 Year Olds
Este webinar aborda la intervención centrada en la familia, la organización de la sesión basada en objetivos, la incorporación de material concreto presente en el hogar y libros digitales. Finalmente, la importancia de la reflexión final y planeación conjunta en la sesión de tele práctica.
(This course is in Spanish).
Mindfulness 101: Experiencing Your Mind and the Neurology Behind It
In this webinar you will learn about Mindfulness. What is Mindfulness? It is defined as the process of paying attention - 1) on purpose; 2) in the present moment; 3) non-judgmentally. The practice of mindfulness has been shown to physically increase brain densities of brain structures in areas of self-awareness and compassion while decreasing brain densities in areas of anxiety.
The ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of Suprasegmental Development in Young Children with Hearing Loss
Are you working with newly implanted or aided children with hearing loss? It's important to go beyond speech and language input by also keeping suprasegmentals top of mind! Learn how to highlight prosodic speech elements in any therapy activity, as well as coach parents to seamlessly continue the work at home. These therapy ideas and strategies make it easy for you to ensure you're doing what you can to form the building blocks of a child's speech perception and development from day one.
Incorporating Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with Clients who Stutter: An Experiential Journey
In this webinar you will learn about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy or ACT. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a mindfulness and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) based approach that assists clients in living a valued-based life through the development of psychological flexibility. During this experiential training, presenters will guide attendees through exercises to help them better understand each of the six core principles of ACT.