Margaret (Dee) Fish provides continuing education workshops around the country focusing on evaluation, differential diagnosis, and treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). Dee will work with the sponsoring organization to tailor workshops to the interests and time constraints of the organization. THE TOPICS BELOW CAN BE COMBINED IN VARIOUS WAYS TO CREATE A WORKSHOP THAT MEETS THE UNIQUE NEEDS OF YOUR PARTICIPANTS.
Essential elements of a motor speech evaluation
Differential diagnosis of CAS, phonological disorder, and dysarthria
Using evaluation findings to create an individualized treatment plaN
HOW PRINCIPLES OF MOTOR LEARNING GUIDE TREATMENT DECISIONS WHEN WORKING WITH INDIVIDUALS WITH CAS
THE PRISM MODEl as a framework for treatment of CAS
FACILITATING EXPRESSIVE LANGAUGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN WITH CAS
SUPPORTING PROSODY DEVELOPMENT
WORKING WITH YOUNG AND MINIMALLY VERBAL CHILDREN WITH SUSPECTED CAS
Supporting the needs of older children and adolescents with ongoing communication challenges
REFINING OUR CLINICAL SKILLS IN CAS TREATMENT
WRITING MEANINGFUL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR CAS TREATMENT
Aligning CAS treatment goals with Common Core State Standards
TRACKING PROGRESS THROUGH A VARIETY OF DATA KEEPING STRATEGIES
March 2, 2018 Roselle, IL. Assessment and treatment of childhood apraxia of speech. sponsored by North dupage special education cooperative.
July 6-8, 2017 San Diego, CA. National Conference on Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Sponsored by CASANA.
- The PRISM Model in Treatment of CAS
- Supporting the Needs of Adolescents with CAS
April 7, 2017 Tinley Park, IL. Assessment and Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Sponsored by STAR NET Region VI.
March 3, 2017 Bartlett, IL. Are We There Yet? Treatment Planning and Progress Monitoring for Children with CAS. Sponsored by Unified School District 46.