ASHA Convention 2016
This year I had the privilege of attending the 2016 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s annual conference. The conference was held in Philadelphia, PA at the Philadelphia Convention Center. I was in attendance from Thursday, November 17th to Saturday, November 19th and was able to sit in on 7 different seminar sessions.
Each of the sessions was very informative and full of new information to learn. A few of the topics discussed included behavioral regulation, core vocabulary, eliciting /r/, and strategies for articulation therapy. I enjoyed each session, but especially the one on behavioral regulation and how important it is for a child to obtain before academic gains can be made. The presenter was very knowledgeable and gave us several real-life scenarios in which we could use the techniques she was discussing.
I also presented a case study poster about a previously served client with three of my CSD peers. Our poster was titled, “Supporting Intelligibility in a Russian Speaking Adult with Repaired Cleft Palate.” I am very grateful for the opportunity to present at ASHA and look forward to similar opportunities in the future.
I am excited to return to the ASHA Convention for many years to come!
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