Date: 22-23 September RSVP: by 8 September
Intended Audience: The program is is designed for Speech Pathologists
Evidence Based Practice for Moderate to Severe Speech Disorders: Treatments, service delivery issues and strategies for problem solving – Presented by Associate Professor Tricia McCabe
Tricia McCabe is Head of Discipline and Associate Professor in Speech Pathology in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney.
- Tricia's research, teaching and clinical practice are all focused on improving treatments for moderate-severe speech impairments in children and adults. Within this area she has a number of interests including treatments for Childhood Apraxia of Speech CAS, also known as dyspraxia,
- Disorders of speech which cause impairments to production of polysyllabic words and longer linguistic units,
- The comparison of phonological and articulation treatments to demonstrate relative effectiveness and efficiency
- The use of ultrasound for biofeedback in speech pathology.
The SLP Literacy Project: An update – Presented by the SLP Literacy Project Team