Institute for Educational Development


Location: CHICAGO

Sheraton - Lisle
3000 Warrenville Rd
Lisle, IL, 60532
630-505-1000
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Date: November 16, 2021


$279.00 per person

School-Based Speech-Language Patholgists: Best Strategies to Accelerate Therapy Progress

NEW Seminar Presented By
Thomas Parton

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Specifically Designed for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists Serving PreK-Grade 12

  • New and Innovative techniques to accelerate your students’ therapy progress … Proven ideas for in-person and teletherapy environments
  • Practical strategies to address your students’ speech and language needs with the most effective therapy practices
  • Timesaving methods and an evidence-based model that will help you reach targeted therapy goals sooner
  • Highly effective ways to increase social-emotional and transition skills leading to better therapy outcomes

Practical Strategies and Materials

In this outstanding NEW seminar, experienced speech-language pathologist and outstanding presenter, TOM PARTON, will share dozes of new and innovative evidence-based strategies and resources to accelerate your students’ therapy progress.

Tom will share a ready-to-use model for strengthening the effectiveness and impact of your therapy sessions. You’ll learn a wealth of practical ways diverse speech and language needs can be targeted to match your current academic standards as well as specific ways to increase your students’ social-emotional and transition skills.

During this engaging and interactive seminar, you’ll have numerous opportunities to experience many strategies firsthand, and develop a plan to best implement the new strategies and resources into your own professional practice to increase your students’ therapy progress.

Ten Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Learn New and Innovative Evidence-Based Strategies to Accelerate Therapy Progress
    Discover numerous new, highly effective therapy strategies to boost your students’ speech and language skills
  2. Identify and Reduce Barriers for Effective Therapy Practices for Your Students
    Identify areas of skill and application that can lead to increased student success
  3. Match Therapy Goals and Activities to More Effectively Target Specific Speech-Language Skills in Your Students’ Academic Curriculum
    Use morphology, reading and writing skills that your students use daily to expand your therapy effectiveness
  4. Increase Social-Emotional Skill Development in Your Therapy Practice
    Learn effective methods to develop your students’ social emotional skills and assist them in better developing their self- advocacy skills
  5. Take Your SLP Skills to The Next Level … Learn New Ways to Develop and Include Your Students’ Educational Team to Better Support Your Caseload
    Use your knowledge and your role as and SLP to better support student learning so you can focus on developmentally appropriate speech-language goals
  6. Establish and Expand Real and Meaningful Goals That Support Transition
    Discover how to use your goals to increase students’ self-awareness and selfadvocacy
  7. Align Student Goals for Articulation, Semantics, Syntax, and Social Skills to Reading and Writing Skills
    Expand speech-language goals that support the reciprocal relationship to reading and writing
  8. Analyze Curricula Materials for Inclusion Within Your Therapy
    Use the students’ curriculum targets and curriculum materials for progress monitoring and to develop speech-language goals and accommodations
  9. Discover Therapy Methods and Activities for Students with Autism to Help Achieve Greater Success in Social and Academic Settings
    Learn strategies for students with ASD to increase their social and academic success
  10. Receive a Problem Solving Model/Checklist and an Extensive Resource Handbook
    You will receive a detailed handbook filled with resources that can directly support your students’ goals and performance in social and academic settings and maximize therapy success

Specific Topics


Here's what you'll learn:
  • Practical evidence-based practices to increase your therapy effectiveness and impact as a school-based speech-language pathologist … Ideas for in-person and teletherapy environments
  • Timesaving methods for monitoring and data collection for speech-language goals
  • How to work smarter, not harder to attain greater results in your speech therapy sessions
  • Innovative ways to tie speech and language goals to your school’s academic standards
  • How to better support and develop social-emotional and transition goals for your students
  • Proven ways to increase your students’ awareness of their goals and develop their self-advocacy skills
  • Time-efficient ways to reach targeted speech and language goals sooner
  • New and innovative strategies to support social and academic success for students with autism spectrum disorders
  • Proven methods to reduce barriers to therapy effectiveness
  • Ready-to-use interventions for strengthening language comprehension and word recognition skills
  • The most effective curriculum-based materials for enhancing speech-language goals
  • How to maximize your effectiveness as an SLP and better define your role in developing speech-language skills for students
  • Practical strategies for strengthening reading and writing skills in phonology, morphology, orthography, semantics, and decoding

A Message from Your Seminar Leader

Dear Colleague:

As speech-language pathologists we make multiple decisions every day involving assessment and the content of our therapy goals and activities. As a school-based SLP, I often found that I was constantly striving to meet the demands of serving my caseload while also ensuring my students’ success within the school’s academic environment. My goal was to accomplish this in the most effective and time-efficient ways that accelerated the therapy progress for every student.

I have created this unique new seminar to share the very best ways I have found in my 34 years of experience as a school-based SLP that our therapy can make the most effective impact in all settings. I will share with you what I have found to be the most motivating and appropriate strategies and materials that significantly enhance opportunities for speech-language development in and out of the therapy setting. I will also share with you an innovative evidence-based practice model I developed that will provide you with a highly efficient method to reduce potential barriers and plan for more effective therapy. Throughout our day together, I will share with you numerous insights and observations that will assist you in accelerating therapy progress for your students every day.

I look forward to meeting you at the seminar,

Sincerely,
Tom Parton

P.S. This seminar is filled with highly practical resources and activities that you can use to help you increase student success and the daily application of their target speech-language skills. Methods for applying an evidence-based process will be shared and demonstrated so that you can begin using these skills immediately.

Who Should Attend

School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists Serving PreK-Grade 12

ASHA - CEUs

This course is offered for 0.50 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).

ASHA Approved

ASHA-Required Disclosure Statement for Thomas Parton:
Financial:
Presenter for the Institute for Educational Development and receives honorarium compensation.
Nonfinancial:
No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.

Special Benefits of Attending:

  1. You'll Receive an Extensive Resource Handbook
    Each participant will receive an extensive digital speech-language pathology resource handbook specifically designed for this seminar. The handbook includes:
    • Bullets

    Registrants will also receive a printed copy of the resource handbook as long as their registration is received in the IED office at least 15 calendar days before the event.

  2. Semester Credit Option:
    UMASS Logo Graduate level professional development credit is available with an additional fee and completion of follow up practicum activities. Details for direct enrollment with University of Massachusetts Global, a nonprofit affiliate of the University of Massachusetts, will be available at the seminar.
  3. Meet Inservice Requirements:
    At the end of the program, each attendee will receive a certificate of participation that may be used to verify hours of participation in meeting continuing education requirements.