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Presenter(s): Ann Rose Gray MS, CCC-SLP
Date: Mon 8/19 5:00PM PT / 8:00PM ET
Description: A common condition among professionals working with students with social learning needs is that caseloads are growing. It seems we’re always juggling a diverse level of treatment and educational needs. Being a ‘boots on the ground’ therapist often means we are switching between multiple types of intervention & instruction within our work week. Often the idea of expanding our practice to provide more depth and breadth in our treatment of social communication disorders can seem overwhelming.
Additionally, many of our professional education and training programs did not provide a focus on social cognitive interventions. But don’t fear! Adding a more robust social communication program to your treatment day is possible.
By becoming more aware of a growing bank of resources, analyzing your overall caseload, and using strategies to restructure your social groups you can be more effective in treating the social pragmatic needs of our students.
Presenter(s): Dr. Robert Grant Ed.D, LPC, RPT-S, ACAS
Date: Tuesday 8/20 @ 5:00PM PT / 8:00PM ET
Description: Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other special needs often struggle with social skill development. This training will explore utilizing play-based interventions to increase skill development in children with ASD and related special needs. The benefits of play-based interventions will be explored, strategies for creating play-based interventions will be discussed, and several interventions designed to improve social skills will be highlighted and demonstrated.
Presenter(s): Maureen Wilson M.S., CCC-SLP
Date: Wednesday 8/21 5:00PM PT / 8:00PM ET
Description: Behavior is used to communicate, when kids do not yet poses the linguistic capabilities to verbally express their thoughts, emotions, and/or needs. While behavior can communicate so much, it can also pose challenges. What options are there when stickers and prize boxes fail? This presentation will expand the participants’ knowledge on common behavior types, motivators for student behaviors, as well as various methods and strategies for implementing an effective behavior management system within a speech room setting.
Presenter(s): Allison Vice M.Ed., CCC-SLP and Megan Moore M.Ed.
Date: Thursday 8/22 5:00PM PT / 8:00PM ET
Description: The struggle is real. How do you support the social and emotional learning (SEL) needs of your students while maintaining a classroom environment with high learning expectations? A positive, proactive approach to encouraging learning and positive behavior is key to student success. Join us as we discuss key evidenced-based strategies that can help address everyday challenges, increase on-task behavior, and enhance interaction in your classroom setting.
Presenter(s): Dr. Adriana Lavi Phd, CCC-SLP
Date: Friday 8/23 5:00PM PT / 8:00PM ET
Description: This course will present an evidence-based treatment approach to address social language deficits (including nonverbal language) through a real-life video-based peer modeling method that targets comprehension of social context cues, reading and using facial expressions, vocal inflections, tone of voice. Dr. Lavi will highlight specific skills such as detecting sarcasm, deceit, and expression of empathy. She will also review case studies and study results conducted with elementary, middle, and high school individuals with various neurodevelopmental disorders (N=41).
We are not an ASHA- or AOTA-approved CE provider and our courses and conferences will not be submitted to the ASHA CE registry. However, XceptionalED courses are created with the highest level of quality, meeting ASHA, as well as professional state licensing standards of Professional Development.
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