MSHA 2021 Clinical Connections
Dates: On-demand from October 22-December 10, 2021
Contact: Jessica Carpenter, 410-239-7770 or firstname.lastname@example.org
MSHA is excited to present our on-demand version of the 2021 Clinical Connections Conference, which was held virtually live on October 15th. Online registration for the on-demand option is open October 22-December 8, 2021, available to view until December 10.
If you need assistance registering for this event, please contact the MSHA Office.
This program is offered for .6 CEUs (Intermediate Level).
ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.
The event featured two dynamic speakers, Dr. Jan Wasowicz and Laura Sibbald, discussing relevant topics related to school-based services. MSHA is committed to addressing current concerns including the provision of evidence-based literacy interventions and trauma-informed care. These topics will support clinicians in our field as they provide in-person or virtual services. Researchers, professionals, clinicians, and students are encouraged to attend.
Using Speech-to-Print Activities that Leverage Oral Language for More Effective Literacy Outcomes (3.0 Maryland CEUs, .3 ASHA CEUs)
This workshop focuses on oral language as the foundation of reading, writing, spelling and the key to literacy success. This session provides a conceptual framework for and experience with activities that leverage students’ biological wiring for oral language to achieve greater outcomes in reading, writing, and spelling. Learn methods of instruction that benefit all students, including students with dyslexia/dysgraphia, oral language disorder, and cognitive impairment. Practice activities that integrate phonology and other oral language skills with orthography and other written language skills. Gain a new-found level of confidence in your ability to deliver speech-to-print, multi-linguistic word study. - Dr. Jan Wasowicz
Trauma Informed Lens on Navigating Therapeutic Intervention in Children with Autism (3.0 Maryland CEUs, .3 ASHA CEUs)
Since the Covid-19 Pandemic began, children across the country and the world have experienced significant changes within their homes, schools, and communities. Interactions with family members, teachers, therapists have suddenly shifted, and become unfamiliar, resulting in less productive opportunities for learning and growth. Children with autism are especially vulnerable to negative impacts, as they work to process complex emotions and implement successful coping strategies in their new environment. - Laura Sibbald