Health Care Connect
The Illinois Early Intervention Training Program has approved this session for 1 hour of EI credential credit in the area of Atypical Development.
This "lab" application session is a complement to Hoof Beats: Identifying the Ponies and Zebras of Childhood Motor Speech Disorders (HC01) and is for the in-person event only; it is not available with Connect On-Demand.
Hoof beats, clouds of dust, and ... what's that smell?! In this application session, attendees will review sample case histories to form clinical hypotheses, create and justify assessment plans, review recordings and other assessment findings, and arrive at a differential diagnosis. The workshop format allows attendees to focus in on features that are challenging to perceive (“Was that a voicing error or a substitution?”) and debate the relative importance of any one finding (“Does one stripe a zebra make?”).
Financial Disclosures: Heather Clark receives a salary from the Mayo Clinic; she is receiving financial compensation from ASHA for this presentation
Nonfinancial Disclosures: None