Friday, April 29 – Day 2

Montrez-moi les séances portant sur les thèmes suivants :

et axées sur ce qui suit :

Préliminaire: Vous avez peu ou pas de connaissance de la littérature et de la pratique professionnelle dans les domaines couverts.
Intermédiaire: Vous avez connaissance générale de la littérature et de la pratique professionnelle dans les domaines couverts.
Avancé: Vous avez connaissance approfondie de la littérature et la pratique professionnelle.
L'heure des séances est sujet à modifications. Plus d'information sur les ateliers viendra bientôt.

La langue utilisée dans les descriptions ci-dessous indique la langue de présentation des séances.
1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Présenté par

Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin, PhD, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathology Communication Health Assistants

Increasing the Language Skills of At-Risk Children in Poverty

Please note that this session is cancelled.

Intermediate: The increasing numbers of children in our schools today who experience poverty and homelessness make it imperative that school personnel meet their unique needs. This workshop describes factors that impact students who have a low socio-economic status, and details practical intervention strategies for increasing their oral and literate language as well as their executive functioning skills.

Age groups: Pre-School, School-Aged

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1:30 – 3:00 pm
Présenté par

Julie Evans, M.Sc., R.SLP

Speech-Language Pathology

Communication Health Assistants — Pure Potential!

Author: Julie Evans, S-LP(C), Alberta Health Services, Kitscoty, AB

Intermediate:  This paper addresses the Communication Health Assistant role, including thinking beyond assigning lists of tasks, strategies for understanding competencies and partnering more effectively to improve client outcomes and professional accountabilities in assigning, monitoring and evaluating services provided by Communication Health Assistants.

Age groups: Pre-School, Adult, Geriatric

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3:30 pm – 4:15 pm

Présenté par

Alexandra Carling-Rowland PhD, Reg. CASLPO and Carol Bock, M.H.Sc., Reg. CASLPO

Speech-Language Pathology

Clinical Decision-Making and Reasoning: How are These Skills Objectively Evaluated?

Authors: Alexandra Rowland, PhD, Reg. CASLPO, CASLPO, Toronto, ON; Carol Bock, M.H.Sc., Reg. CASLPO, CASLPO, Toronto, ON

Introductory: The philosophy of quality care and ongoing learning is well established in healthcare. Evaluating clinical reasoning should be part of quality assurance programs. The College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario has researched methods to evaluate clinical reasoning, developed a tool and is seeking to test its effectiveness.

Age groups: Pre-School, School-Aged, Adult, Geriatric

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4:15 pm – 5:00 pm
Présenté par

Pat Hart Blundon, M.Sc.

Speech-Language Pathology

Dialectal Features of Students in Northern BC; Difference NOT Delay

Author: Patricia Hart Blundon, M.Sc., S-LP(C), University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

Introductory: Limited research on First Nations English dialects in Canada can lead to unnecessary pathologization and inappropriate pedagogy. To study the acquisition of standard English among children in British Columbia, narrative language samples of 12 kindergarteners were collected from 2008 to 2013 and analyzed. Ms. Blundon will discuss preliminary results regarding grammatical features.

Age group: School-Aged

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