Feeding Therapy: It’s Not Just About Swallowing

Course Description: This interactive workshop not only addresses the foundations for eating – the core knowledge of pediatric feeding therapy – but addresses carry-over to the home and school environments as a crucial component to long term success. Learn how to create a supportive atmosphere for eating through optimal positioning, respecting the child’s sensory system […]

Independent Living Inc. Pediatric Therapy Hosts: Articulation, Phonology, and Motor Speech Disorders | SLP & CFY

When: Saturday, November 12, 2011 from 8:30am to 12:20pm Where: ILI Citrus Park Outpatient Clinic 6508 Gunn Hwy Tampa, FL Who Should Attend: All Speech-Language Pathologists Price: Free for all ILI SLP and CFY’s; small fee for non-ILI employed therapists Continued Education Units (CEU): 4 contact hours Presenter: Melissa P., SLP, Citrus Park Clinic She […]

November 5-6. 2011: Cued Speech Initiative @ USF

The Cued Speech Initiative @ Cued Speech Explained… The National Cued Speech Association defines Cued Speech as a visual communication system that uses eight handshapes in four different placements near the face in combination with the mouth movements of speech to make the sounds of spoken language look different from each other. Cued Speech chart. […]

Novermber 2, 2011: Mealtime Success for Kids on the Spectrum: Integrative Nutrition for Picky Eaters

Mealtime Success for Kids on the Spectrum: Integrative Nutrition for Picky Eaters Presented by Cross Country Education & Susan L. Roberts, MDiv, OTR/L About Cross Country Education: Cross Country Education is a national leader in high-quality educational products and services for the entire health care industry. Our seminars and training programs are designed to help […]

November 16-17, 2011: Managing Problem Behaviors in School and Home Settings

Managing Problem Behaviors in School and Home Settings A FREE workshop for professionals, parents and caregivers sponsored by: The Foundation for Autism Training and Education (FATE) This workshop will focus on the assessment and treatment of problem behavior maintained by the two most common functions, socially-mediated negative reinforcement (to get out of ….demands), and socially […]

Novermber 5-6, 2011: DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE ABA CLASSROOM: Assessment, Teaching, and Organizational Strategies

DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE ABA CLASSROOM: Assessment, Teaching, and Organizational Strategies A FREE workshop for professionals, parents and caregivers sponsored by: The Foundation for Autism Training and Education (FATE) Prerequisite- Participants MUST have an understanding of the pairing with reinforcement process, manding procedures for vocal and non-vocal students, and a familiarity with the verbal operants (covered […]

November 18-19, 2011: Autism: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Teaching Verbal Behavior in the Classroom

Autism: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) & Teaching Verbal Behavior in the Classroom A FREE workshop for professionals, parents and caregivers sponsored by: The Foundation for Autism Training and Education (FATE) THE WORKSHOP Using the analysis of language as a behavior that is under the influence of the principles of operant conditioning provides a […]

October 29-30, 2011: Autism: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Teaching Verbal Behavior in the Classroom

Autism: Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) & Teaching Verbal Behavior in the Classroom A FREE workshop for professionals, parents and caregivers sponsored by: The Foundation for Autism Training and Education (FATE) THE WORKSHOP Using the analysis of language as a behavior that is under the influence of the principles of operant conditioning provides a […]

Two-Day SCERTS® Introductory Seminars

See the entire description: SCERTS Intros 2012 – FINAL

CEU Self-Study: iPad and Autism: A Match Made in Heaven

iPad and Autism: A Match Made in Heaven Technology, especially computers, have contributed to the communication and aid in learning for those with autism. The iPad, like most computers, has proven to be an effective tool for the vast spectrum of autism. This self-study will help you learn how to use the iPad your students […]