SAC Webcast: Not Just Buzzwords: Using the Principles of Motor Learning Appropriately in Childhood Apraxia of Speech Therapy (2022)

Presenter: 
Brooke Rea, MClSc, S-LP(C)
Category: 
Speech-Language Pathology
SAC Event: 
CEE Credits: 
1.25
CEE Eligible: 
Yes
Price: 
Free
PD Hub Category: 
Webcasts

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Presented by Brooke Rea, MClSc, S-LP(C)

Intended Audience

  • Speech-language pathologists

  • speech-language pathology assistant

  • students


This Session Pertains To:

  • Pre-School (0-4)

  • School Aged (5-17)


 

Level

Introductory (Assumes that the participant has little to no familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the areas covered.) 

 

Abstract

The principles of motor learning (PML) have become a major buzzword in treating childhood apraxia of speech but how do you know if you’re using them correctly? Join Brooke in an introductory webinar to examine what we currently know about PML and their best practice in application towards speech-language therapy with children with apraxia.
 

Learning Objectives:

  • participants will be able to identify 3 pre-practice principles of motor learning theory and how they impact speech-language therapy
  • participants will be able to identify 3 practice principles of motor learning theory and how they apply to speech-therapy with children with apraxia
  • participants will be able to describe how motor performance and motor learning differ.

 

CEEs

This webcast is eligible for 1.25 SAC CEE.
 

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