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​CASHA JANUARY PROGRAM MEETING:

Date:  Tuesday January 22, 2019

Time:  6:00 - 8:00 PM

Topic:  Rethinking Articulation Therapy- Change the Model, Change your Life!

Presented By: Anna Hanson, MS, CCC-SLP and Shauna Otsu-Schechner, MA, CCC-SLP

Attendees will learn:

  • Suggestions on how to select and screen students for speedy speech
  • How to create a simple schedule/timeline for students with examples from authors
  • How to create word lists & weekly speedy speech homework, with examples from authors
  • Effective drill and practice techniques and session formats to increase student participation and awareness
  • How to incorporate technology [iMovie, You Tube, video, emails]; the authors will share examples of video models, mini imovies and Youtube channel ideas sent to parents to help with carryover.
  • How to measure results [simple ways to take data in order to measure results will be shared

References/Citations
Kuhn, D (2006, December). Speedy Speech: Efficient Service Delivery for Articulation Errors. Perspectives on School Based Issues 7, (4), 11-14.
Taps, J (2006, December). An innovative educational approach for addressing articulation differences. Perspectives on School Based Issues 7, (4) 7-11.
Kummer, A (Cengage Learning, 2014). Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Anomalies: The Effects on Speech and Resonance, 3rd Edition.


Venue:  NYSUT

             800 Troy-Schenectady Road

​             Latham, NY




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This course is offered for .2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).


​Financial Relationships for both presenters:
-employed by the Guilderland Central School District in upstate NY
-in process of publishing a workbook with speedy speech homework activities and carryover suggestions
Non-financial Relationships for both presenters:
-ASHA Members
-No affiliation with, nor financial gain from resources discussed today
-They are receiving an honorarium for today’s presentation
* Speedy Speech is a term coined by Debra Kuhn in her journal article- (2006, December). Speedy Speech: Efficient Service Delivery for Articulation Errors. Perspectives on School
Based Issues. 7, (4), 11-14.
*Speedy Speech is a registered trademark by Global Speech Solutions






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