Selecting Complex Intervention Targets for Children With Phonological Disorders (On Demand Webinar)
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Children with phonological disorders make up a large portion of the caseload for school-based SLPs who work with students ages 3–7. But SLPs rarely use the complexity approach in treating these children due to a lack of familiarity with the approach, despite the evidence to support its use. This webinar walks clinicians step-by-step through how to apply the complexity approach so they can feel confident in this addition to their clinical toolbox. Presenter Holly Storkel uses case studies to illustrate how to select complex treatment targets.
You will be able to:
- identify the child and sound characteristics that make targets complex
- assess child and sound characteristics in children on your caseload
- utilize assessment information to select complex targets for individual children
Introduction/Overview – 3 min.
Why the complexity approach? – 8 min.
Characteristics of sounds: Developmental norms – 5 min.
Characteristics of sounds: Implicational universals – 16 min.
Characteristics of children’s knowledge: Accuracy – 8 min.
Characteristics of children’s knowledge: Stimulability – 7 min.
Case studies – 17 min.
Treatment implementation – 22 min.
Questions & answers – 32 min.
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