2023-24 ESC SLP Webinar Series: Addressing Complex Communication Needs for AAC Users & Gestalt Language Processors by Emily Diaz, CCC-SLP
Complete Attendance not available before workshop starts.
Our ESC Collaboration has been putting Texas school-based SLPs first since 2012. We offer top quality webinars with highly respected presenters in the field of communication. Our interactive webinar series has proven to be an excellent source of continuing education for speech-language pathologists and other school staff. Join us in learning all year long through eleven exceptional online opportunities. Reinforce your current knowledge and add new tools to your tool box. In collaboration with ALL twenty Education Service Centers, we deliver highly relevant topics that impact SLPs every day; all conveniently accessed from your location.
This presentation will familiarize SLPs with the basics of gestalt language processing while also considering the role that AAC plays for these individuals. We will also consider how to coach and support AAC stakeholders to build healthy habits so they can confidently implement AAC beyond the therapy session and integrate strategies into the classroom curriculum. This session will also address cultural and linguistic aspects of learning differences, provide ideas for adaptations to accommodate specific disabilities as well as meet student needs in inclusive settings. *This session will satisfy the DEI requirements for the maintenance of ASHA certification.
LSSP (Licensed Specialist in School Psychology)
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