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Communication Conference – March 7th Syracuse

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communication conferenceCommunication interventions require the efforts of everyone. Speech Therapists, Teachers, Parents, and Behavior Analysts, working together, have roles to play. How can we play these roles collaboratively? The answer is the theme of this conference: Communication. While our backgrounds and educational experiences may differ, we all seek to identify effective ways to help children communicate. This conference explains evidence-based interventions that can be implemented by Educators & Parents. The goal of the conference is to teach all of us to communicate: to gain an understanding of the language, the theories, and methods each of us bring to the table. Morning workshops include: Collaborative Communication Intervention, Verbal Behavior, Social Communication Intervention, and Discrete Trials for Beginning Language Learners. Afternoon workshops include: Teaching Social Skills, Proloquo2go, Teaching Children to Communicate at Home, and Understanding the New York Autism Insurance Law.



Communication Interventions for People with Autism and Communication Disorders

  • Joanne Gerenser ~ Eden II*
  • Bridget Taylor ~ Alpine Learning Group*
  • Judith Ursitti ~ Autism Speaks*
  • Bobby Newman ~ Room to Grow*
  • Michael Friga ~ Three Tier Consulting*
  • Diane DeRoos ~ Gavras Center*
 * Presenter does not have a financial relationship with Eden II or NYSABA. All sessions were graciously provided without presenter remuneration or honorarium. 

Continuing Education Credits

Participants recieving CEU’s must sign in and out of the three plenary sessions and two of the workshops (see session information to determine workshops eligible for recieving CEUs). Furthermore, NYSABA charges a $50 processing and administration fee before the credits will be approved. This fee is not Thank you for your understanding.Our Presenters are generously donating their time and expertise to the educators and parents of Central New York. Please take a moment to thank them for their contribution.
Continuing Education Credits are generously provided by The Eden II Programs. Verification will be forwarded by mail from Eden II Programs. Note: Presenters do not have a financial relationship with Eden II.

ASHA Brand Block

This course is offered for .55 CEUs (Various level; Professional)

March 7th 2013  8:30-4:30

Registration 7:30-8:30

Lunch Provided

Holiday Inn

441 Electronics Pkwy, Liverpool, NY 13088


NYSABA Members: $ 50.00

Non-Members: $ 100.00

Additional Fee for CEU Processing & Administration

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