"Dynamic Duo" is a workshop co-sponsored by the Interpreting Stakeholder Group (ISG), the Upper Midwest Translators and Interpreters Association (UMTIA), and the MN Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MNSHA). Interpreters that participate will receive CEUs approved by CCHI.
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To ensure positive outcomes for the clients, interpreters and Speech and Language Pathologists (SLP) need to successfully collaborate during the assessment and treatment sessions with individuals with communication or swallowing disorders.
In the first portion, SLPs will describe the role of a Speech-Language Pathologist in assessment and treatment of various communication disorders, developmentally normal language acquisition stages, an overview of terminology for communication and swallowing, and age-appropriate strategies for working with clients.
In the second portion of the workshop, interpreters will participate in small dynamic learning groups to discuss challenges and identify solutions that can be put into practice to best serve clients. Topics for discussion will include terminology and cultural differences that hamper communication, as well as challenges that are unique to medical and educational settings. The challenges and solutions identified in each small dynamic learning group will be presented to the entire workshop assembly.
Find presenter details at the ISG website.
DATE & TIME:
Saturday, December 8, 2018
8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Minnesota Department of Education
Conference Center B
1500 Highway 36 West
Roseville, MN 55113-4266
3 CEUs approved by CCHI
COST & REGISTRATION:
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** REGISTRATION IS CLOSED **
*There will be no on-site registration*