SLP Webinar Series 23-24: The Dynamic Role of Speech-Language Pathologists in Fostering Communicative Success in the Post-Secondary Transition Setting
Complete Attendance not available before workshop starts.
SLPs play a key role in supporting student success in transition programs by applying dynamic utilization of communication skills needed for life beyond public education through meaningful assessment and authentic implementation of therapy services. This training will present how SLPs in the MOSAIC Program in Humble Independent School District engage in interprofessional collaboration with educational professionals and families to develop and execute individualized post-secondary plans for students transitioning into young adult life. The presenters will also share practical examples of how to implement treatment goals beyond the therapy room and into the community by addressing skills needed for employability, independent living, recreation/leisure, and lifelong learning.
Attendees will be able to participate in this webinar from their district. Workshop materials and an access code for entering the webinar will be provided prior to the scheduled date. Course certificates and certificate links within your staff development records will be available 10 days after the course end date and the posting of credit hours. TSHA credit will be offered.
Transition Specialists / VACs
*Region 7 Colleges /Universities (FREE)
*Region 7 Districts /Charters (FREE)
*Employees of Region 7 ESC (FREE)
*Region 7 Private/Parochial Schools (FREE)
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