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Save the Date:

CSHA Fall Conference

October 23, 2014

Wallingford, CT

Check back for further information!


The CSHA SPRING CONFERENCE was a big success! Thank you to all who attended!

APRIL 24-25, 2014

The Crowne Plaza
100 Berlin Road (Route 372)
Cromwell, CT

 

Thursday (3:30 – 7:45):

“Larynx Gone Wild: Irritable Larynx Syndrome, Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion, and Chronic Cough”, Starrlett M. Cookman, M.A., CCC-SLP  

“Diagnostic & Therapeutic Consideration s for CAS and Residual Articulation Disorders”, Jonathan Preston, CCC-SLP    

 

Friday (7:45 - 3:45):

“Sharpening Your Counseling Skills”, David Luterman, Ph.D  

“Advances in Medical Speech Pathology”, Heather Warner, Ph.D  

“Current Topics in iPad Integration for Speech-Language Pathologists: Spring 2014 Update”, Sean Sweeney, MS, MEd, CCC-SLP       

Handouts are available for the following sessions (please note that Handouts will not be available on-site) - please click on the session title to download the handout:

“Larynx Gone Wild: Irritable Larynx Syndrome, Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion, and Chronic Cough”, Starrlett M. Cookman, M.A., CCC-SLP

“Diagnostic & Therapeutic Consideration s for CAS and Residual Articulation Disorders”, Jonathan Preston, CCC-SLP    

  • click HERE for Slides      

“Sharpening Your Counseling Skills”, David Luterman, Ph.D  

“Advances in Medical Speech Pathology”, Heather Warner, Ph.D   

  • The presenter has not provided handouts ahead of time, but may provide handouts onsite    

“Current Topics in iPad Integration for Speech-Language Pathologists: Spring 2014 Update”, Sean Sweeney, MS, MEd, CCC-SLP

  • click HERE for Slides        

Note from Presenter: There will be a hands on demonstration as part of Sean Sweeney's presentation, and it is recommended that attendees download the following apps prior to the conference (click on the app below to download):

 
 
-These are recommended but not required, and you'll be able to look on with others
-If you have difficulty installing any of them, please do not contact CSHA or the presenter- one step you may need to do if you encounter is to update your operating system on your iPad, details on how to do this are available through a google search.  
 


 

"NSA 2014: Red, White, Blue, & You!"-Come celebrate the freedom to say what you want let your speech ring proudly in the nation's capital as the National Stuttering Association hosts four days of powerful workshops, unlimited inspiration, and stuttering pride. Our conference is July 2-6, 2014, at the Renaissance Gallery Place, in Washington, DC. For more information please visit  http://www.westutter.org  

       
   
  
                        


 
Stuttering U. is a 3-day camp designed to provide children who stutter and
their parents with an opportunity to learn about stuttering, take communication
risks, and develop meaningful relationships with their peers. By integrating
innovative activities, participants will be empowered to discover their voices
in order to become more confident and effective communicators.

The program is geared toward children who stutter (7-18 years of age) who have
demonstrated a need and desire to attend a stuttering camp. At least one parent
of the child will also be present for the duration of the program. The camp will
be directed by Craig Coleman (Assistant Professor, Marshall University and Board
Certified Specialist in Fluency Disorders) and Mary Weidner (Speech-Language
Pathologist and Doctoral Student in Fluency Disorders, West Virginia
University). Graduate student clinicians will be working under the directors to
facilitate programing.

Campers will experience traditional camp activities
that facilitate improved communication, relationship building, and overall
self-confidence. Campers will participate in group activities with daily
individual sessions. Content areas include: increased knowledge of stuttering,
desensitization of feared speaking situations, management of peer interactions,
and acceptance of stuttering. Parents will have an opportunity to participate in
educational programming and engage in large-group activities with the
children.

We are excited for this amazing opportunity and look forward to
seeing you in July! Please contact us with any questions at craig.coleman@marshall.edu

Information
can also be found at: http://www.marshall.edu/cohp/index.php/health-services/mu-speech-and-hearing-center/stuttering-clinic/resources2/

Please
share with your colleagues!

Our Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/StutteringU

Click HERE for Workshop Overview

Click HERE for Registration Form

Click HERE for CEU Registration Form

 

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