Nebraska Augmentative and Alternative
Communication Summer Conference
June 7, 2019
“Working with children who have significant speech impairment: Clinical decision-making, integrating speech with AAC, and communication outcomes”
- Describe the range of communication strengths and deficits in children with CP.
- Identify different strategies for classifying children with CP and discuss strengths and weaknesses of different approaches with regard to informing treatment.
- Describe findings of research on receptive language growth in children with CP and relate findings to clinical profile groups.
- Identify two ways that findings of receptive language growth research relate to clinical practice.
- Describe findings of studies examining growth of speech intelligibility in children with CP and relate findings to clinical profile groups.
- Identify two ways that findings of speech growth research relate to clinical practice.
- Describe four different ways that speech can be integrated with AAC systems and strategies
- Explain the importance of growth curves and cut points for separating typical from atypical intelligibility development.
Katherine Hustad, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Professor and Chair
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders & Waisman Center
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Financial Disclosure: Honoraria and travel expenses will be paid by MMI for presenting.
Non-Financial Disclosure: No relevant non-financial relationship exists.
This course is offered for up to .65 ASHA CEU’s (Intermediate level, Professional area).
Speech Language Pathology at UNMC Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI)
The Munroe Meyer Guild
Talk To Me Technologies
Scott Conference Center - 6450 Pine Street, Omaha 68106
Directions and Parking
Parking is available across the street from the Scott Convention Center in Lot #9 (see map).
$100 for professionals*
$50 for students
$30 for parents
*$125 after 5/30/19
(Online registrations end 6/5/2019 @ 12:00pm)
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