Speech Webinar Series 2: The Ethics of Implementing AAC - Every Day for Everyone - 011087
Providing a "Language Rich Environment" must include not only receptive language supports, but expressive language access. This presentation will address the ethics requirement SLPs must meet when serving students with complex communication needs. Learn how to embed and employ universal communication systems for all students starting on the first day of school and how to speak with accessible language that will benefit all students.

Audiences Speech Therapists, Teacher - Special Education
Prerequisite/Special Notes 2.5 TSHA CEU's. You are not required to attend every session in this series to receive credit. You must have speakers or headphones for your computer. You do not need a microphone or web camera. Prior to the webinar, you will receive an email with a link to join the webinar, so please be certain that your email address in our system is accurate. Please contact Becky George with any questions.


SessionScheduleLocation
01888110/12/2018 09:00am - 12:00pmWebinar
Fee   None
Credit Hours   02:30 hours of TX Speech & Hearing Assoc. - Approved 
Presenter   Lisa Rukovena, M.A/CCC-SLP none 
Seats Left   13 

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