June 9-10, 2014  

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS): From Research to Practice  

  Ruth Stoeckel

Presenter:  Ruth Stoeckel, Ph.D.  

Dr. Stoeckel is a speech-language pathologist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.  She has worked as a clinician and independent consultant in schools, private practice, private rehabilitation agency, and clinic. Dr. Stoeckel is on the professional advisory board of the Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA) and edited the curriculum for CASANA‚Äôs intensive training institute on CAS. She has presented both nationally and internationally and has co-authored articles appearing in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research and Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.

 Course description:

Diagnosis and treatment of children with severe speech sound disorders can be challenging, particularly when a child presents with multiple issues.  However, differential diagnosis is essential for developing appropriate treatment goals and techniques.  This course will review recent research that supports clinical decision-making regarding diagnosis and treatment of CAS.  Assessment procedures, including standardized tools and dynamic assessment will be reviewed.  Research on intervention practices will also be reviewed with a focus on how these studies can inform clinical practice for treatment of severe speech sound disorders. Video examples will be shown and small group activities will be used to demonstrate application of material presented in lecture.

 

June 11-12, 2014

Social Communication Assessment and Intervention for School Age Students 

 

Presenters:  Debora Daniels and Rene Jamison 

 


 Course Description

The workshop will identify benchmarks for typically developing pragmatic language skills in school age children and adolescents. Evidence for the presence of pragmatic deficits in a variety of developmental disorders, including ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Fragile X will be discussed.  In addition, the new DSM-5 criteria for Social Pragmatic Communication Disorder will be reviewed.

 

Kansas residents: $200.67 One graduate credit hour     
Colorado,Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma residents: $284.37 One graduate credit hour
Residents in Other States:  $510.02
One graduate credit hour
  Courses are approved for 15 CEUs for SLPs: KDADS LTS-S0017-Workshops supported in part by KSDE State Improvement Grant
 Materials Fee: Due before May 23, 2014   
$ 35 for one course
$55.00 for both courses     
Payment made out to:  FHSU Communication Disorders
Mail to:  Department of Communication Disorders, Attention Shelley Prindle, FHSU, 600 Park Street,  Hays, KS 67601

    

Line Number
Dept. Course No.
Sect. Name of Course

SLP
869 A Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS): From Research to Practice
  SLP
869 B Social Communication Assessment and Intervention for School Age Students 

 Classes held in Albertson Hall, Room 169, Fort Hays University Campus

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