course features SLP Sean Sweeney, who discusses visually cued
instruction, an evidence-based practice that uses photos, drawings, and other
images to target a variety of client needs. This conversation is a follow-up to the webinar A Picture
Is Worth a Thousand Words: What SLPs Can Do With Images.
will be able to:
- Summarize at least two new
ideas, strategies, and/or perspectives you gained from the
- Describe at least one insight
from the discussion that you can share with others in your work
"Excellent course with a lot of great strategies that can be easily implemented in practice. The speaker gave many examples of how to utilize pictures and technology, and I was finding myself thinking of how I could apply these suggestions as he was presenting."
"The specific examples provided of what these tools can be used for was very helpful. Thank you! I have lots of things I can look into now and look forward to implementing their use. I love when my toolbox grows and can only imagine how helpful these tools will be."
J. Sweeney, MS, MEd, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist
and technology consultant working in private practice at The Ely Center in
Needham, Massachusetts. Sweeney spent more than a decade in the public school
setting serving in the roles of SLP and instructional technology specialist.
His blog, SpeechTechie, was inspired by the combination of those complementary
vocations and a desire to empower those in his field to employ technology in
their work. Sweeney currently consults to and presents for local and national
organizations on technology integration in speech and language interventions.
He is a frequent presenter at ASHA and has participated as a regular columnist
for The ASHA Leader.
- Author of free/ad-free website
Speechtechie.com, leading to speaking
engagements with local and national
organizations for which he receives
consulting fees and/or
- Consulting fees from Mindwing
- Financial compensation from ASHA
for this conversation
- Volunteer columnist for
about what you learned and report on the Completion Form how you will use your
continuing education credit, you must complete and submit the learning
assessment by the end date below.
History and CE
webinar date: October 19, 2023
End date: October 21, 2028
This course is offered for 0.05 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).