Communication Partner Training Implementation in Acquired Brain Injury: Demystifying CPT in Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Dementia
February 16 & 23, 2023
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm ET
Instructor: Emma Power, PhD, BAppSc (Hons1, University Medal), CPSP MSPAA
This hands-on workshop aims to provide participants with a practical learning experience on implementation of best practice in Communication Partner Training for cognitive communication impairments in Acquired Brain Injury (inclusive of stroke, brain injury, and dementia). Key programs will be addressed (e.g., MESSAGE for dementia CPT), with the focus being on illustrative examples associated with current and new CPT programs for traumatic brain injury (e.g., TBI Express/TBI Connect and Convers-ABI-ilty and Interact-ABI-lity). The implementation principles and processes also apply to language-based impairments such as aphasia but aphasia CPT is not the focus of this workshop.
- Describe theoretical approaches to evidence-practice gap and knowledge translation / implementation (including barriers and facilitators and behaviour change strategies).
- Describe the latest evidence-based Communication Partner Training for healthcare workers and familiar communication partners in ABI and identify the invisible steps of clinician driven CPT.
- Explore and reflect on the process of implementation of CPT in your service using the Knowledge-to-Action (KTA) Framework (Graham et al., 2009).
- Formulate a brief action plan to further explore and apply implementation knowledge to your clinical services after the workshop.
- speech-language pathologists
- speech-language pathology assistant
This Session Pertains To:
- Adults (18-64)
- Seniors (65+)
Intermediate (Assumes general familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the areas covered.)
Emma Power, PhD, BAppSc (Hons1, University Medal), CPSP MSPAA
Associate Professor Emma Power is a speech pathologist and academic at the University of Technology Sydney. Emma has worked with individuals with communication disabilities and their families, in the areas of stroke, brain injury, and dementia for over 25 years in a variety of clinical and academic positions. Emma’s research and teaching interests include communication partner training, health services/implementation science research and psychosocial interventions in neurorehabiliation, with a focus on digital health and codesign. Emma is recognised nationally and internationally for her research in acquired communication disorders and communication partner training across stroke, TBI, and dementia including 3 training programs. She has published over 115 peer reviewed publications and obtained $16+ million worth of grant funding. Emma has provided keynote, plenary, and invited talks on communication partner training, implementation and codesign in Australia and internationally. Emma has also won awards for excellence for her curriculum development and teaching in neurogenic communication disorders.
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SAC Communication Health Assistant Associate
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This workshop is eligible for 6 SAC CEEs.
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