About The Conference
Welcome to the SLP2B Conference!
Focusing on valuable tips and tools, 12 presenters are excited to share real world knowledge to help you be more successful.
ASHA CREDIT: YES! These courses qualify for ASHA Certificate Maintenance Hours!
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FREE with coupon code: XEDSLP2B19
*Limited seats so be sure to Save the Date and register early!
When: February 4-8, 2019
1 course per day
5:00pm PST / 8:00pm EST
TOPICS: 5 sessions
How: Live and Recorded access
Live presentations will also be available for 1 week following the conference to allow you to watch the recorded version.
Certificate Maintenance Hours:
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Presenter(s): Carissa Speelman
Date: Mon 2/4/19 @ 5:00PM PST / 8:00EST
Description: This course is designed for speech-language pathologists who are going to begin working in the school setting. The presenter will discuss strategies for working with teams, setting up the speech room, scheduling, and caseload management, in addition to providing a list of resources to start your career in the schools off right.
Presenter(s): Erik Raj, Katie Millican, Sumer Loehr, Sarie Wu
Date: Tuesday 2/5/19 @ 5:00PM PST / 8:00EST
Description: Identify and achieve your personal goals during your Clinical Fellowship Year. A dynamic panel of presenters share insights and strategies to maximizing the valuable learning and mentorship opportunities. Tips include mentoring goals, session management, activities, stress management, and more. Panelists: Sarie Wu (recent graduate), Katie Millican (graduate student coach), Summer Loehr (B-Type SLP blogger), and Dr. Erik X. Raj (college professor), moderated by Mai Ling Chan.
Presenter(s): Megan Ordway, Miranda Wilhelm, Sara Bouchard
Date: Wednesday 2/6/19 @ 5:00PM PST / 8:00pm EST
Description: From the first steps to securing a job, to the basics of counseling, how to prevent burn-out and knowing federal regulations that pertain to the SNF, this course covers all of the information we wish we had known going into our first jobs.
Presenter(s): Rachel Madel, Chris Bugaj, and Lucas Steuber
Date: Thursday 2/7/19 @ 5:00PM PST / 8:00pm EST
Description: New to augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and don’t know where to begin? This course is designed to introduce key terminology, technology, and ideology, in order to establish a solid foundation of AAC. AAC experts, Rachel Madel, Chris Bugaj, and Lucas Steuber (hosts of the Talking With Tech Podcast) will share their tips and strategies through this panel presentation moderated by Mai Ling Chan.
Presenter(s): Katie Millican
Date: Friday 2/8/19 5PM PST / 8PM EST
Description: Day 1 of any new job or Clinical Fellowship can be overwhelming. But what if you had 5 resources you could access quickly to ease the anxiety no matter the setting? Learners will explore a free goal-writing resource for children and adults, make a custom material with an online resource that’s only $3 a month, and explore a tool to address dysphagia on the iPad for only $14.99. Writing SOAP notes to keep in line with Medicaid and insurance standards is made easier with knowing short cuts from several ASHA resources; learn how to stay ethical in note writing and sound like a pro. New and seasoned SLPs will be treated to new perspectives and resources to make your work life a little easier.
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CALIFORNIA: We are a Continuing Professional Development Provider by the Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board for the State of California SLP.
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