Difference vs. Disorder: Speech and Language Assessment and Treatment of Bilingual Populations - 30398

This three-part, lunch-and-learn series will provide speech-language pathologists with hands-on experience evaluating and designing treatment plans for students who speak languages other than English at home. Videos, test protocol forms, and speech-language samples will be analyzed for speakers of a variety of languages to make diagnostic decisions and design dynamic assessment procedures and treatment plans. Participants must attend all three sessions.

After attending this series, participants will be able to:
  • Analyze language samples to make decisions about language difference versus disorder
  • Analyze speech samples to make decisions about language difference versus disorder
  • Analyze test protocol forms for qualitative information to include in diagnostic decisions
  • Select dynamic assessment targets based on speech and language samples
  • Design a treatment plan for a student from a bilingual environment
  • 90 minutes - First Webinar: Hands-on Workshop for Bilingual Speech Case Studies
  • 90 minutes - Second Webinar: Hands-on Workshop for Bilingual Language Case Studies
  • 90 minutes - Third Webinar: Hands-on Workshop for Analyzing Speech and Language Samples and Dynamic Assessment Results to Create Treatment Plans for Bilingual Students
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Participants MUST attend all three sessions. ASHA CEUs will be provided for attending the complete series. If you are interested in registering for the session, please contact Katie Adams at kadams@esc11.net for the passcode.
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