A Conference for Speech Language Pathologists, SLP Students and Early Interventionists focused on Speech Language Services for Birth-to-3
Nancy Lewis, MS CCC-SLP
Education and Outreach Manager of the New Mexico “Act Early” Partnership at the University of New Mexico
Communication difficulties are widely reported concerns of parents. Interprofessional teams ensure young children with developmental delays, identified early, receive appropriate, family-centered services!
Keep Up with Early Intervention in 2017 as Lewis discusses: Family engagement, evidence-based practice, case study of young children with speech sound disorder and other developmental delays, early screenings, phonological assessment with the Khan-Lewis Phonological Analysis-3 (KLPA-3), treatment and transition planning for toddlers.
Saturday, October 21st
8:30am Presentation begins
12:15-1:00pm Lunch included*
1:00pm Presentation resumes
4:00pm Wrap Up
Beckman Hall 404
One University Dr.
Orange, CA 92688
Parking permits are required for all the lots and structures on campus. You can pay at the designated kiosk in the section you decide to park. Parking is free on some of the streets surrounding the campus.
Please refer to the Chapman University campus map for approved parking locations. On the day of the conference, Chapman will have many signs all around the campus to make sure everyone arrives at the correct location. Information on the nominal parking fee is on the map.
For Last Minute Information, Please call: (714) 516-4598
This program meets the qualifications for 6 CA License CEUs of continuing professional development credits for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists.
Online Registration is closed for this event.
About the Language Center
The Orange County Childhood Language Center is part of the Scottish Rite RiteCare® program, and is a non-profit charitable 501c(3) agency providing treatment, free of charge, to children with language disabilities.
Children who have language disorders often find school frustrating and social interaction impossible. Our program addresses those disorders, providing the children and their families the tools necessary to overcome the disorder. The program empowers these children, enabling them to speak, to hear, and to understand.
The proceeds of this conference go entirely to the Childhood Language Center. Each donation helps a child connect with his or her world and brings them closer to their goals, which for some of them, can only be realized through the help of the Language Center. Through participation in this workshop, you can give the gift of speech!
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