CEUs for SLPs

Stuttering and Cluttering Master Course

Master Class Series, 5-hours

Course Description

Cluttering
In this seminar, practical strategies for evaluating clients with suspected cluttering are presented. Content includes current best practice for: defining cluttering, evaluating cluttering, differential diagnosis of cluttering features from other disorders. Tools and strategies are based in dispelling myths about cluttering and focusing on the current state of evidence in the area of cluttering.
Bilingualism in Stuttering
Bilingual Children who stutter: what does the research tell us? This webinar provides an overview of assessment for children who stutter, with additions/adjustments for multilingual/multicultural families.  Additionally, this presentation offers case-based examples of treatment goals.
Step by Step Video based Approach to Stuttering
This session will discuss the effectiveness of addressing the emotional/cognitive aspects of stuttering in school aged children using a video-based therapy approach. This comprehensive video-based approach consists of 9 sub-categories designed to explore and address the emotional/cognitive aspects of stuttering and empower children who stutter to be resilient in the face of stuttering.

CEUs/Hours Offered

ASHA: 0.5 ASHA CEUs, Intermediate 
CA SLPAHB: 5 hrs 
CMH: 5 hrs

About the Presenters

Learning Outcomes

List specific examples of how cognitive distortions and negative self-talk can be applied in stuttering.

Explain the cognitive/emotional benefits of addressing facing fears of stuttering rather than solely focusing on attempting to gain fluency in school aged children who stutter.

Construct a plan to adapt traditional assessment to accommodate multilingual/multicultural families

Develop treatment goals based on assessment findings for this population

Define cluttering according to the Lowest Common Denominator definition

State two myths and two truths about diagnosing cluttering

State 3 strategies for differential diagnosis of cluttering, stuttering, atypical disfluency, and covert stuttering Learner Outcome 4: State two strategies for differential diagnosis of cluttering features from other concomitant disorders

Describe the positive emotional/cognitive effectiveness of creating an environment where a child who stutters learns about stuttering objectively while relating virtually to a real person who stutters.

Satisfactory Course Completion Requirements

This course must be watched in its entirety. In order to receive the CMH or the CEU certificate, a quiz is required to be completed with 80% success.

Agenda

  • 10 minutes- Introduction/Purpose
  • 15 minutes- Program Design and Rationale
  • 5 minutes- Goal Setting for individualized education plans
  • 15 minutes- Program Research Design and Procedures
  • 10 minutes- Results
  • 5 minutes- Q&A

  • 15 mins - Disclosures, Introduction

    60 mins - objectives

    Define cluttering according to the Lowest Common Denominator definition

    State two myths and two truths about diagnosing cluttering

    State 3 strategies for differential diagnosis of cluttering, stuttering, atypical disfluency, and covert stuttering Learner State two strategies for differential diagnosis of cluttering features from other concomitant disorders

    30 mins - Review of recommended methodology and strategies

    15 mins - Q&A

15 mins - Disclosures, Introduction

60 mins - objectives

Construct a plan to adapt traditional assessment to accommodate multilingual/multicultural families

Address concerns of parents about bilingualism

Develop treatment goals based on assessment findings for this population

30 mins - Review of recommended methodology and strategies

15 mins - Q&A

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Accommodations. Contact Dr. Lavi (909) 724-8564 or adriana@laviinsitute.com  if you require accommodations such as video course transcripts or video captioning.

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