An Overview of Treatment for School-Aged Children Who Stutter

Presenter: 
Rosalee Shenker, PhD
Event Type: 
On-Demand Learning
Category: 
Speech-Language Pathology
SAC Event: 
CEE Credits: 
1.00
CEE Eligible: 
Yes
Price: 
Paid
PD Hub Category: 
Webcasts

Presented by Rosalee Shenker, PhD

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Webcast is approximately one hour long.

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Non-Members and Associates

$35 member/associate

$45 non-member

$25 student associate

$30 student non-member

$100 member/associate group rate (3 or more)

$120 non-member group rate (3 or more)

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Description

Intended audience: Speech-language pathologists and students

This session pertains to: school-aged children (6-17)

Level: Intermediate (Assumes general familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the areas covered)

Abstract

The webinar will summarize current evidence-based treatments for school-aged children. This presentation will be supplemented with case examples. The webinar will also identify realistic goals for working with teachers and parents, providing case examples as well. Participants will be presented with a variety of treatments and will be able to start to prepare goals for school-aged children who stutter, including a plan for reducing stuttering and attending to cognitive/emotional factors. Participants will be able to identify objectives for interactions with parents and teachers in treating stuttering in a school-aged population.

This webcast is eligible for 1 SAC CEE (Category A).

Presenter Biography

Rosalee Shenker, PhD

Rosalee Shenker is a speech-language pathologist who has been working in the field of stuttering for the past 40 years. She is adjunct faculty at the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, McGill University, a research collaborator at the Australian Stuttering Research Centre, University of Sydney and Founder of the Montreal Fluency Centre, a non-profit clinic for children with speech, language and learning differences. Rosalee completed her doctoral studies at McGill University in 1978. She is a Lidcombe Program Consortium Founding Member and presents Lidcombe Program workshops in North America and internationally. She has published her research in journals and books, and presented her work at national and international conferences. Rosalee was a keynote speaker at the Rome Stuttering Conference in 2015, and is currently pursuing her interests in school-aged children who stutter as well as stuttering in bilingual children.

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