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Presenter(s): David Kilpatrick

Understand the two levels of word reading, the key skills needed for proficient word reading, and why some children struggle in word reading. Discover the difference between phonological awareness tasks and skills and how a WIAT-4 assessment can be used to improve reading evaluations.

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Presenter(s): Tina Eichstadt, Melissa Jakubowitz, Sue Ann Lee, Robin L. Alvares, and Nancy Castilleja

To support your growing need for training in the area of remote service delivery, we invite you to join us as we host a panel of SLP experts engaged in telepractice every day. Each panelist will share key lessons learned from their own years of telepractice experience in assessment, intervention, and consultation. A moderated Q&A time will enable attendees to direct questions to each of the panel members. We hope you’ll join us for this interactive and engaging session!

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Presenter(s): Alan Jette, PT, PhD & Annette Lavezza OTR/L

Delivered by the primary author of the AM-PAC, Dr. Alan Jette, and Occupational Therapist, Annette Lavezza, this intermediate-level webinar will provide an overview of the instrument with detailed information on scoring and interpretation. There will be time for Q&A about the use and application of AM-PAC, so come prepared!

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The presenters will discuss interpreting Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals, Preschool-3 results in the context of a comprehensive language assessment. Topics will include evaluating test scores as one part of the body of evidence for diagnostic decisions, interpreting score differences, and using assessment results to make recommendations for next steps for the child, family, and teacher.

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Clinical Evaluation Language Fundamentals Preschool-3 is a language assessment used by Speech Language Pathologists to determine if children ages 3-6 have acquired the language skills they need to master the language demands of the classroom. This session provides SLPs and other professionals who conduct in-depth language assessments with an overview of test updates, subtest administration and scoring, and standardization, reliability, and validity studies.

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Presenter(s): Anise Flowers & Chien (Shannon) Wang

One of the diagnostic areas that characterize Autism Spectrum Disorder is impaired communication. The Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, Fourth Edition can be used to evaluate the early communication skills of children age 16 days to 42 months. The presenters will describe the Bayley-4's flexible administration process which includes series items, related items, caregiver questions, and digital administration

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Presenter(s): C. Munro Cullum, PhD, ABPP

This one-hour webinar will provide an overview of the evidence supporting teleNP and models for teleNP practice in the context of current events. Methods, procedures, and “tips” for how we begin to return to “normal” neuropsychological practice will be discussed. Bring your questions as there will be time for Q&A.  

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Presenter(s): Adam Bauserman, Debbie Wright, Chris Huzinec

As educators reengage with students, information about their behavioral strengths and areas of need play an important role in the decision-making process used with an MTSS framework. This presentation examines how using self-report behavioral screening allows students to convey the impact of this crisis has on their emotions, behaviors, and mental health. It then discusses how a large school district used this information to guide a well-supported reintegration.  

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Presenter(s): Gloria Maccow, Ph.D

Using multiple methods and collecting information from multiple sources are considered best practice when assessing infants and toddlers to identify developmental delay. When the assessment includes standardized tests, it is important to consider how early development and behaviors of young children can impact their performance, especially on structured tasks.

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Presenter(s): Patricia Ybarra and Nancy Castilleja

The presenters will discuss interpreting CELF Preschool-3 results in the context of a comprehensive language assessment. Topics will include evaluating test scores as one part of the body of evidence for diagnostic decisions, interpreting score differences, and using assessment results to make recommendations for next steps for the child, family, and teacher.

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Presenter(s): Susie Raiford, PhD, Anne-Marie Kimbell, Maggie Kjer PhD, Pat Moran PhD., Liz Grose SSP, NCSP, Lynsey Psimas PhD, NCSP, Kathleen Woodward EdS, NCSP

With the increasing need to conduct assessments via telepractice, many are wondering how to use the WAIS-IV, WASI-II, and WISC–V remotely. Watch our recording as we discuss this with Wechsler Research Director, Dr. Susie Raiford.

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Presenter(s): Chris Huzinec, Kathleen Woodward Ed.S., NCSP

This webinar will provide an overview of using progress monitoring to help support the emotional, behavioral, and social needs of students. We will discuss how a variety of methods and sources can be used to assist educators in their decision-making processes — specifically within an MTSS framework.

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Presenter(s): Anne-Marie Kimbell, PhD, Peter Entwistle, PhD

The number of people living with cognitive impairment has increased alongside the rapidly aging population in the US. Additionally, since the onset of COVID-19, there has been emerging evidence that some recovering from this illness are experiencing residual cognitive impairment.

This one-hour webinar will define cognitive impairment and several related terms and discuss the importance and process of screening for cognitive impairment.
 

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