Event Time: 9:00 am
Event Presenter: Lissa Power-deFur, Ph.D., Stacey Pavelko, Ph.D., Marie Ireland, LaVae Hoffman, Ph.D., Mary Wilds, Mona Pruett and Amber Handon
Event Location: Best Western Hotel & Conference Center, Waynesboro, VA
Event Price: $15.00 per day
Presenter Handouts for Participants:
Amber Handon, MEd., CCC-SLP, Charlottesville City Schools
Standards and Speech-Language Pathology? Using standards to tailor your speech-language intervention
Lissa Power-deFur, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Longwood University
Stacey Pavelko, Oh.D., CCC-SLP, James Madison University & Marie Ireland, M.Ed., CCC-SLP, VA DOE - Handout from June 23, 2014
Links from Event:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnylM1hI2jc In my language (adult AAC speaker)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyGr7_B2Nrk Maya Finds Her Voice (2-4 year old progression using AAC)
Suggestions by others available on you tube:
Carly Fleischmann (adult with ASD who also types and communicates using AAC)
Wretches and jabbers a real film about individuals with disabilities and interaction around the world. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FlIyJJRc0E
Contact information for Carol Wiegle: email@example.com
EVENT IS FULL - REGISTRATIONS NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED
(June 23rd will be open for attendees statewide, all other dates are for Region 5 T/TAC only)
Monday, June 23, 2014
Lissa Power-deFur, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Standards and Speech-Language Pathology:
Strategy for using standards to tailor your speech-language intervention
K-12 students with speech-language impairment must meet the expectations of the Standards of Learning. This session will focus on a strategy for analysis of the standards and other data sources to identify targets for speech-language intervention and development interventions.
Stacey L. Pavelko, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Evidence-Based Practices in School-Based Assessment
This presentation will discuss evidence-based practices when selecting standardized assessments to assess and diagnose children suspected of having language impairment in school-based settings. Considerations will include reliability, validity, sensitivity, specificity, the purpose of the test, scoring considerations for speakers of various dialects, and the language and literacy areas included in the test.
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
LaVae Hoffman, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
It's ALL E-Z! Assessing Literate Language Essentials with Zip
This session will provide school speech language pathologists with guided practice in the analysis of literate language abilities. Using narrative language samples and school artifacts, participants will assess student use of vocabulary, elaborated noun phrases, embedded clauses, and verbs of cognition and communication. These assessment processes provide school-based data and SLP probes that support a comprehensive evaluation of student language abilities that are relevant to educational success.
Mary Wilds, Statewide Assistive Technology Coord., ODU
Sharon Jones and Mona Pruett, Specialists, T/TAC, VCU
Assistive Technology (AT) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
This session will focus on expanding the SLPs knowledge of assistive technology and communication systems. From "no" tech through low, mid- and high-tech, participants will have an opportunity to have "hands on" experiences with AT.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Marie Ireland, M.Ed., CCC-SLP
VDOE Best Practices for School-Based SLPs
Participants will review best practices for school-based providers including recent research, assessment practices, pre-referral intervention and dynamic assessment techniques. Groups will review case studies, examples, and recent research from peer reviewed literature.
Amber Handon, M.Ed., CCC-SLP
Resources for Bringing Curriculum into Therapy
According to the VDOE Speech Language Pathology Services in Schools: Guidelines for Best Practices, SLPs are to be providing services that are "curriculum-based, outcome-oriented, integrated with educational activities, and designed to ensure access to the general curriculum so the child can be successful in mastering the Standards of Learning." This session is geared towards exploring resources that can help school-based SLPs access, modify and create activities that incorporate SOLs into speech-language sessions.