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Graduates of CASANA’s Intensive Training Institute who are speaking at the 2016 National Conference on Childhood Apraxia of Speech

 

hamiltonHeather N. Hamilton, MS, CCC-SLP

Heather owns Keystone Pediatric Therapy in Northampton, PA where she evaluates and treats children with childhood apraxia of speech.

Pre-Conference Seminar 300: A Parent Pre-Conference Experience

 

alyssa hampsonAlyssa Hampson, MS, CCC-SLP

Alyssa lives in Las Vegas, Nevada where she is the co-owner of Let’s Talk! Rehabilitation Services.

Session 501: Bringing It All Home: Facilitating Home Practice for Better Outcomes for Children with CAS.

 

Amy KrantzAmy Krantz, MS, CCC-SLP

Amy works primarily in the public schools in Salt Lake City, UT and manages her own private practice after school hours.  She also is the clinical director for the University of Utah’s Intensive Stuttering Clinic.

Session 401: Apraxia and the Arts

Session 504: I’d Like to Buy a Vowel! Increasing Phonetic Inventories in Children with CAS

 

Bonnie LeafBonnie Leaf, MSc, RSLP, S-LP (C)

Bonnie serves children throughout the Alberta, Canada area through her private practice. She has 30+ years of pediatric clinical experience and specializes in treating children with challenging speech sound disorders.

Session 302: Preparing for Reading Success: Strategies to Foster Emergent Literacy Skills

 

a.perezAmanda Maxwell, MA, CCC-SLP

Amanda provides both home-based and clinic-based evaluation and treatment to young children with communication disorders through Clearbrook’s CHILD Therapy program in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago.

Session 103: FAQ: Inquiring Minds Want to Know

 

sarah_arthSarah McDonnell, MA, CCC-SLP

Sarah is in private practice as the owner of Sarah McDonnell LLC, and provides evaluation and therapy services at Kidsense Pediatric Therapy Center in Hood River, OR. Sarah developed the TheraPLAY Motor Kids Camp (summer 2015) and Kids in Motion summer Intensive (2016).

Sessions 301 and 601: Using Play to Develop Social Connection in Children with CAS

Session 404: Understanding Sensory processing and the Impact on Speech Therapy and Play

 

lisa_mitchellLisa Mitchell, MS, CCC-SLP

Lisa is the clinical director and co-owner of Clearly Speaking, a pediatric outpatient clinic with three clinics located across the state of New Hampshire.

Session 406 Breaking Behavioral Barriers in Therapy Moving From Roadblock to Reward

Session 703: Building Speech: A New Approach for Selecting Speech Goals and Stimuli

 

Ashley MonksAshley Monks, MS, CCC-SLP

Ashley is the Clinic Director for the McAlester RiteCare Clinic. She has 12 years of pediatric clinical experience and specializes in evaluating and treating children with speech sound disorders and language based reading disorders.

Session 302: Preparing for Reading Success: Strategies to Foster Emergent Literacy Skills

 

christine_murphyChristine Murphy, MA, CCC-SLP

Christine has treated children with a variety of speech disorders and delays. Currently she travels as an itinerant therapist with both the NY State Early Intervention Program and the Saratoga County CPSE program.

Session 206: How Young is Too Young? Consideration for Early Diagnosis of CAS

 

laura smithLaura Smith, MA, CCC-SLP

Laura lives and works in Denver, Colorado in the private and public sectors where she specializes in Childhood Apraxia of Speech.

Session 501: Bringing It All Home: Facilitating Home Practice for Better Outcomes for Children with CAS

 

carmodySarah Carmody Remy, MS, CCC-SLP

Fluent in English, French, and Spanish, Sarah provides multilingual diagnostic and therapy services at the Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center, located at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City where she also operates a small private clinic.

Pre-Conference Seminar 300: A Parent Pre-Conference Experience

 

anne_van_zelstAnne Van Zelst, MA, CCC-SLP

Anne is the owner of AVZSpeechWorks, LLC a small private practice in located in Pennsylvania.

Session 406: Breaking through Behavioral Barriers in CAS Therapy Moving From Roadblock to Reward

 

Amanda Zimmerman HeadshotAmanda Zimmerman, MA, CCC-SLP

Amanda is a pediatric speech-language pathologist at The Columbus Speech & Hearing Center in Columbus, OH.

Pre-Conference Seminar 300: A Parent Pre-Conference Experience

 

 

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