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Sample schedules for parents new to the CAS diagnosis:

Schedule One:

Thursday, July 9, 2015
Pre-Conference Session 100 – Ideas to Action: How to Get the Most Out of Your Conference Experience

Friday, July 10, 2015
8:00 AM – Session 102 – The Neurological Basis of Chidlhood Apraxia of Speech
10:00 AM – Session 201 – DTTC: Improving Speech Intelligibility  in Children with CAS
1:00 PM – Session 302 – Getting Treatment on the Right Track: Components of Effective Therapy
3:00 PM – Session 401 – ABC’s to AAC

Saturday, July 11, 2015
8:00 AM – Session 501 – “Appily” Ever After: Identifying the Right Apps Isn’t Just a Fairy Tale
10:00 AM – Session 606 – Are You PROMPT Curious? What to Expect from Assessment and Treatment
1:00 PM – Session 702 – Motivating In Home Practice
3:00 PM – Session 801 – Don’t’ Mess with Us: Preventing Bullying

Schedule Two:

Thursday, July 9, 2015
Pre-Conference Session 100 – Ideas to Action: How to Get the Most Out of Your Conference Experience

Friday, July 10, 2015
8:00 AM – Session 102 – The Neurological Basis of Chidlhood Apraxia of Speech
10:00 AM – Session 203 – When Words Fail, Music Speaks
1:00 PM – Session 301 – Are You PROMPT Curious? What to Expect from Assessment and Treatment
3:00 PM – Session 403 – What’s in Your IEP

Saturday, July 11, 2015
8:00 AM – Session 504 – Building Spunk and Grit: Promoting Resilience and Success in CAS Treatment
10:00 AM – Session 601 – Activating Executive Function Skills in Therapy and at Home
1:00 PM – Session 701 – Your Oxygen Mask First: Stress Reduction Strategies for Parents of Children with SpecialNeeds
3:00 PM – Session 805 – DTTC: Improving Speech Intelligibility  in Children with CAS

 

Sample schedules for parents who are experienced with the CAS diagnosis:

Schedule One (focusing on education issues):

Thursday, July 9, 2015
Pre-Conference Session 100 – Ideas to Action: How to Get the Most Out of Your Conference Experience

Friday, July 10, 2015
8:00 AM – Session 102 – The Neurological Basis of Chidlhood Apraxia of Speech
10:00 AM – Session 202 – The Importance of Language Development to Academic Success
1:00 PM – Session 304 – Writing Treatment Goals that Matter
3:00 PM – Session 403 – What’s in Your IEP?

Saturday, July 11, 2015
8:00 AM – Session 504 – Building Spunk and Grit: Promoting Resilience and Success in CAS Treatment
10:00 AM – Session 603 – Fostering the Acquisition of Early Language Skills to Support Later Reading Comprehension
1:00 PM – Session 704 – The Connection Between Memory and Learning
3:00 PM – Session 803 – Communicating! AAC and Speech Can Co-Exist in Treatment and in Life

Schedule Two:

Thursday, July 9, 2015
Pre-Conference Session 100 – Ideas to Action: How to Get the Most Out of Your Conference Experience

Friday, July 10, 2015
8:00 AM – Session 106 – Hot Topics in Childhood Apraxia of Speech Treatment
10:00 AM – Session 204 – How Speech Got it’s Groove Back: Making Motivation a Priority in Therapy
1:00 PM – Session 305 – Problem Solving for Slow Progress
3:00 PM – Session 406 – The Challenge of Co-Occurring Autism and Apraxia: Differential Diagnosis and Therapy Strategies

Saturday, July 11, 2015
8:00 AM – Session 504 – Building Spunk and Grit: Promoting Resilience and Success in CAS Treatment
10:00 AM – Session 603 – Fostering the Acquisition of Early Language Skills to Support Later Reading Comprehension
1:00 PM – Session 702 – Motivating In Home Practice
3:00 PM – Session 803 – Communicating! AAC and Speech Can Co-Exist in Treatment and in Life