2 Hours on DVD
Speech-language pathologists and other therapists who work in early intervention programs will learn simple strategies for working with children ages 2 to 4 with receptive language delays and their families. Goals and milestones are outlined with activities demonstrated in numerous video clips with young children. An easy tag line is introduced to teach parents how to cue a child with receptive language delays. Considerations for children with language delays are discussed with emphasis on helping a child learn to understand words before he’s expected to comply with behavioral expectations during this early developmental period. A review of ‘best practices’ for behavioral modification for children birth to 4 is provided. Clinicians will be able to use this information as the basis for parent/caregiver education with families of the individual children on their caseloads or for group training programs. Many SLPs and developmental therapists use these DVDs as training tools during sessions so that a parent can SEE the strategy as it is successfully implemented in REAL LIFE video clips toddlers with communication delay/s disorders.
This course is offered for 0.2 ASHA CEUs (Introductory level, Professional area) and 2 hours for other professionals.
The DVD and CE credit are purchased separately. After receiving and viewing the DVD, pay the $10 CE fee online. Forms for CE credit are available for immediate access. Once the fee is paid, a page will load with all of the forms you need to complete for CE credit for that specific DVD. Print and complete the forms, then return them to me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or regular mail using the address on the instruction checklist. Forms include the checklist, a review of key concepts, a short test (70% is passing), a program evaluation, a request for certificate of completion, and an ASHA CE form for SLPs (if applicable.) CE credit can now be earned even if you purchased the DVD previously.
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