Let's Hear It For R!
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Expressions Seminars are practical, hands-on, use-the-next-day type of continuing education!
No BORING, grad school-type seminars with little to no treatment application!
If you want to learn something you can apply clinically TOMORROW, sign up today!
Cycles for Phonology
The use of a traditional articulation approach to treat phonological errors leads to slow progress and years in therapy.
Cycles focuses on patterns and efficient generalization of sounds through target selection, drastically reducing therapy time for children with phonological delays.
This interactive course will lead participants through the scoring of the Hodson Assessment of Phonological Processes-3 (HAPP-3) to determine the processes in error and will be used together with the Cycles Guidelines and Organizational Chart (Moore, 2015) to design a Cycle.
Target word selection, goal writing, and implementation into group therapy will be discussed.
Content Disclosure: This course focuses on Cycles for Phonology and other or similar programs will not be discussed.
Explain the difference between Cycles for Phonology and Traditional Articulation approaches.
Describe and list the primary patterns targeted in the Cycles Approach.
List and explain why secondary patterns are not typically targeted in the Cycles Approach.
Complete and score the Hodson Assessment of Phonological Processes-3 (HAPP-3).
Design a Cycle based on the primary patterns using the HAPP-3 and the Cycles Guidelines and Organizational Chart.
Let's Hear It For /R/!
Do you HATE /r/? Wouldn’t it be great if you could LOVE it or at least like it?
Make this the year you MASTER /r/ therapy by learning to use Let’s Hear It For R!
This program is a structured, step-by-step approach for correcting the most difficult sound SLPs treat.
In this seminar, participants will learn how to establish initial /r/ and use it together with coarticulation and feedback to develop final and medial /r/.
The concept of approximations will be introduced and discrimination skills will be further developed using audio clips of students producing /r/ with and without coarticulation.
To aid in participant understanding, six videos will demonstrate the techniques and additional audio files will highlight the changes that can occur simply by using coarticulation.
Content Disclosure: This course focuses on Let's Hear It For R! and other or similar programs will not be discussed.
Identify the difference between consonantal /r/ and vocalic /r/ and which you should target first.
List the order in which you should drill /r/ (consonantal and vocalic) and the percentages required at each level.
Describe and demonstrate co-articulation and its application to vocalic /r/.
WHEN: Monday, July 27, 2020; 8:00-4:00 EST. The room will open at 7:30.
8:00-9:15: Overview of Cycles: Targeting Patterns vs. Individual Phonemes
9:15-10:00: Difference between Phonology/Apraxia and Traditional Articulation Therapy; Norms
10:15-11:15: Review Hodson’s Assessment of Phonological Processes-3 (HAPP-3) Forms. Scoring of HAPP-3 Sample Transcript; Determination of Targets and Cycles Defined
11:15-12:00: Design your FIRST Cycle using the Cycles Guidelines and Organizational Chart
12:00-12:30: LUNCH (30 minutes)
12:30-1:00: Cycle 2 Development and Considerations
1:00-2:00: Review Four Cycles of Sample Transcript; Wrap up Cycles and questions
2:15-2:45: Let’s Hear It For R! Establish initial /r/ through sentences while avoiding /er/
2:45-3:45: Coarticulation and application to final /r/; Moving on without coarticulation; Dismissal
3:45-4:00: Wrap up and Questions
The course begins promptly at 8:00 EASTERN TIME (New York Time)
Practice Test Session
An online technical session will occur the night before for anyone interested in logging into Zoom ahead of the workshop to ensure access, address any technical difficulties, and to familiarize yourself with the platform.
WHERE: ONLINE -- LIVE Streaming via Zoom
COST: Early Bird (before July 17): $230
Regular (after July 17): $250
PAYMENT: Link above will take you to the store to add the seminar into your cart. After that, you will checkout via PayPal.
You do not need a PayPal account. You can pay with a credit card as a guest.
Email: email@example.com for questions, complaints, or concerns.
Phone: (336) 350-9263
This course is offered for 0.7 ASHA CEUs
(Intermediate Level, Professional Area)
In order to successfully complete the course, participants will be required to attend the entire course AND complete the following:
Course Survey on Survey Monkey
Knowledge Quiz: Multiple choice 10-questions quiz on Survey Monkey with a passing grade of 80% or higher.
The link will be emailed to the participants within 24 hours of the end of the seminar.
Financial and Nonfinancial Disclosures
Dawn Moore is the owner and founder of Expressions Speech, Language, and Myofunctional Center and Expressions Seminars.
Ownership interests in Expressions Speech, Language, and Myofunctional Center and Expressions Seminars.
Receives compensation from materials sold on website store at www.expressionsspeech.com.
Receives compensation from online seminars sold on seminar website: www.expressionsseminars.com
Receives compensation from materials sold on Expressions Speech store on TeachersPayTeachers.com.
Nonfinancial: No disclosures
The Fine Print
Cancellation Policy for Participants
Prior to 10 days preceding course: Participant can apply registration to a future course or online offering or the participant can request a refund of the registration less $75 fee which covers cost of administrative work.
Any cancellation within 10 calendar days of the course will credited for a future course or Expressions Seminar online offering.
Cancellation Policy for Expressions Seminars
If Expressions Seminars has to cancel the course due to inclement weather, illness, or family emergency, all participants will be notified via email used to register for the course and a future date will be selected.
If a participant cannot attend the new date, they will have the following options:
Watch the on-demand version of the course (if there is one available) and have access for ONE WEEK.
Accept a credit for a future seminar either online or in-person.
Request a refund of registration fee.
For complaints or concerns