SAC’s 2018 conference at The Westin Edmonton will feature exciting content for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, communication health assistants and students. Take a look at our finalized speaker lineup and education program.
Conference registration is now open! Learn more about registration and fees.
Gail M. Whitelaw, PhD
Audiologists, don’t miss your chance to hear from Gail Whitelaw on bridging the gap between clinical audiology and educational audiology and their roles in the life of a child. This presentation, Clinical Audiology Meets Educational Audiology, on Thursday, May 3 will also provide a blueprint for supporting the clinical audiologist to provide a range of educational audiology services. Click here to learn more.
Jay Rosenbek, PhD
Many traditional S-LPs have been taught to spend too much time teaching patients what to do and too little time teaching them to remember what to do. Be sure to join Jay Rosenbek for the workshop, New Responsibilities and Opportunities in Motor Speech Disorders, on Friday, May 4 that will present a cognitive-motor approach to treating motor speech disorders. Click here to learn more.