2019 SPALS Conference Speakers
It's time for you to renew your license and your documentation for SPALS 27th Conference is unavailable? That's ok. We're placing our 2019 session titles and presenters back online for you to review. Hope to see you in October!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 2019
Kaitlyn Capella, M.A. CCC-SLP & Mildred Mayeux, M.S. CCC-SLP
Jefferson Parish Broadcast Team – Broadcast Communication Program: A Recipe for Success (repeating)
Lyndsey J. Jackson, MSDE
The Use of Thematic Learning in Speech and Language Therapy to Build Curriculum Connections (repeating)
Angela Standridge, M.A., CCC-SLP, ATP
AM: How do you know AAC Implementation is Working?
PM: AAC and Literacy: Talking is Half the Battle
Nina Reeves, M.S. CCC-SLP, BCS-F
AM: School-Age Stuttering Therapy: Where do We Start?
PM: Stuttering Therapy: Successful Counseling and Collaborating w/ Stakeholders
Tina Childress Au.D. CCC-A
AM: Expanding Your App-ortunities
PM: Connect and Discover
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 2019
Emily M. Homer, CCC-SLP
AM: Laying the Foundation for Swallowing and Feeding in the Schools Using the Students Eat Safely: Follow the Forms Procedure
PM: Practical Application of the Students Eat Safely: Follow the Forms Procedure: Making it Work in Your District
Celeste R. Parker, SLP.D., CCC-SLP
So you think you can supervise?
Sue Caspari, M.A., CCC-SLP
AM: Empowering Clinicians in the Assessment and Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Part 1 Assessment
PM: Empowering Clinicians in the Assessment and Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Part 2 Treatment
Nancy Geruntino, M.A., SLP
R Made Simple – An Innovative Methodology for ‘R’ Remediation with Application to Literacy and Language (repeating)
Annette Hurley, Ph.D. CCC-A, FAA
AM: Central Auditory Processing Disorders
PM: Hearing Loss in the Classroom
2020 SPALS CONFERENCE
October 15th , 8:00 AM – October 16th, 3:30 PM
Lafayette Cajundome, 444 Cajundome Blvd, Lafayette, LA 70506, USA
About the Event
The 28th Annual Speech Pathologists and Audiologists in Louisiana Schools Conference offers ten hours of quality continuing education hours with an emphasis on therapy and services in the schools and an opportunity for professionals to network and learn about advances in the fields. As the largest conference in the state for Speech Pathologists and Audiologists, we are able to offer to our attendees nationally recognized speakers and researchers in our fields while also showcasing local innovators and talent from across the state. Our continuing education hours are recognized by the American Speech and Hearing Association and meet the Continuing Education Units requirements for national certification maintenance.