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Currently available on-demand in the Online Course Catalog:
Educational Relevance for Treating Speech Sound Disorders in Schools
Dr. Kelly Farquharson, PhD, CCC-SLP
***Course opens October 20, 2022. Must register and complete course by December 20, 2022***
- FREE for 2022 OSHA Conference Registrants
- $40 for OSHA members who did NOT register for the annual conference
- $80 for non-members / non-conference goers
This course will discuss the importance of in-depth and evidence-based assessment approaches to determine educational relevance for children with speech sound disorders. In particular, this course will focus on improving clinicians' ability to identify risk factors for literacy disorders in children who have speech sound production difficulties. Discussion will include appropriate assessment tools to consider and how to consider a variety of treatment and service delivery options. The benefit of this overall ocurse is to help clinicians see the overlap between speech sound production and literacy to identify appropriate roles for assessment and treatment.
EXPECTED LEARNER OUTCOMES:
1. Describe the risk for literacy impairment in children with speech sound disorders
2. Explain the importance of an evidence-based approach to assessment
3. Discuss possibilities for treatment and service delivery
Kelly Farquharson, PhD, CCC-SLP, is an associate professor and director of the Children Literacy and Speech Sound Lab at Florida State University. The mission of her lab is to help children with speech and language impairments achieve classrooom success. In a related line of work, she investigaes the ways in which school-based SLPs can be better supported to impolement best practices. She runs an active Instagram page @classlab_FSU with a popular weekly series called Phonetics Fridays, geared towards helping clinicians apply phonetic science to the assessment and treatment of speech sound disorders. She is a editor for Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools and an affiliated faculty member with the Florida Center for Reading Research.
Close the Gap Ethics
Karen Copeland, MA, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS
***Course opens November 25, 2022. Must register and complete course by February 25, 2023***
NOTE: OBESPA requires 3 Ethics CE hours for Oklahoma licensure in every 2-year audit cycle; ASHA requires 1 hour in ever 3-year audit cycle.
- $20 for OSHA Members
- $40 for Non-Members
This presentation offers an overview of the principles and documents which inform professional ethical conduct. Participants will have an opportunity to compare their own experiences against information about ethical concerns discussed in the ASHA Healthcare and ASHA Schools surveys and related sources. The ASHA Code of Ethics will be examined with attention to its newer rules, and participants will examine the implications of this document in their own practices. Ethical challenges of double effect, burnout, and leadership ethics will be considered.
EXPECTED LEARNER OUTCOMES:
1. Increase working knowledge of the ASHA Code of Ethics, and related documents and resources;
2. Discuss key principles which support ethical practice;
3. Access resources for use when faced with ethical concerns;
4. Consider the ethical obligations associated with serving in leadership roles; and
5. Recognize the ethical obligations of self-care.
Karen Copeland, MA, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, is a Team Lead at Ascension St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, OK. She is an adjunct instructor at OSU-Tulsa where she organizes Cowboy Aphasia Camp. She is a Past- President of OSHA, a past Chair of OBESPA, and current chair of OSHA’s SLP Issues Committee.