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Addressing Social Skills and Fluency Disorders in School-age Children & Adolescents

MARCH 6, 2020


Live streamed from InterMountain ESD to participating sites

On-line registration for this event is now closed.  Please contact the OSHA office at 503-378-0595 for additional information.


Early Registration Discount Ends
February 21

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Please contact the OSHA office at oshaoregon@gmail.com or 503-378-0595 for assistance or additional information.

This one-day workshop will focus on two topics relevant to school-age children and adolescents, with the social skills topic presented before lunch (2.25 hours) and the fluency disorders after lunch (3.25 hours).  A total of 0.55 CEUs are available for this program.  Topic areas to be addressed include the following:

A True Life Skill: Addressing Social Skills & Social Communication Needs
  • Current social skills and social communication assessments that facilitate intervention target selection
  • Review evidence-based intervention approaches used for social skills and social communication
  • Bridge evidence-based intervention approaches with commonly used curricula addressing social skills & social communication needs
  • Review intervention resources that address social skills and social communication needs (children, adolescents, and young adults)

ยทAssessing & Treating Fluency Disorders in School-age Children

  • Align with WHO-ICF to assess stuttering and cluttering
    • Assessment tools for addressing speech fluency, communication attitudes and abilities, quality of life across clients and caregivers
    • Differential diagnosis features when evaluating preschool stuttering
    • Differential diagnosis features for determining stuttering vs. cluttering
  • Review fluency-enhancing strategies across evidence-based intervention programs
  • Align with WHO-ICF to treat stuttering & cluttering

    Note: Electronic handouts will be made available prior to the event.

    The conference will be live streamed from InterMountain ESD in Pendleton, Oregon, to participating locations, including Baker School District (Baker City), Canby School District (Canby), Columbia Regional Program (Portland), Forest Grove School District (Forest Grove), Grant County ESD (John Day), Harney ESD (Burns), High Desert ESD (Redmond), InterMountain ESD (La Grande), Lake County ESD (Lakeview), Lane ESD (Eugene), Malheur ESD (Vale), North Central ESD (Condon), North Central ESD (Wenatchee, WA), Northwest Regional ESD (Hillsboro), Southern Oregon ESD (Medford), University of Oregon (Eugene), and Willamette ESD (McMinnville and Salem).

    Participating sites are still being identified; please check back soon for new locations.

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