About this Event
Overview of Webinar
Ever increasing responsibilities for SLP’s can make caseload management one of the most challenging aspects of a school-based SLP’s job. In this session, we will analyze the current state of caseloads and discuss strategies and available resources that are available to SLP’s to help meet the needs of students with a diagnosis of childhood apraxia of speech.
As a result of this Webinar, participants will be able to:
- Identify and list available community resources that support speech-therapy services.
- Identify and list strategies that individualize therapy services.
Minutes 1-15: Overview of demands we need to meet
Minutes 16-55: Strategies SLPs can directly implement
Minutes 55-70: Resources available to SLPs
Minutes 71-90: Questions/Answers
Registration closes at midnight on September 7 2014
Amy Krantz, M.S. CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist who specializes in the treatment of speech-sound disorders and stuttering. She 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. Ms. Krantz has taught Articulation and Phonology at the graduate level and co-lead the development of Primary Children’s assessment/treatment protocol for children with CAS.
Disclosure: Amy Krantz is a graduate of CASANA’s Intensive Training Institute on Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Ms. Krantz will receive compensation for this presentation. There are no other relevantfinancial or non-financial relationships to disclose.