Treating Speech Sound Disorders 21st Century Style
Facilitated by Sherry Sancibrian, University Distinguished Professor and Program Director for Speech-Language Pathology at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
The diversity of speech sound disorders presents a considerable challenge when selecting intervention approaches that are efficient, effective, and evidence-based. Are traditional motor-based treatments as outdated as leisure suits, lava lamps, and the bell-bottom jeans? Are minimal pairs the best way to correct phonological errors? Learn how to combine current thinking with “tried and true” techniques to correct speech sound errors.
Sherry Sancibrian is a University Distinguished Professor and Program Director for Speech-Language Pathology at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. She teaches coursework in pediatric language and speech sound disorders, and supervises clinical services for children with autism spectrum disorders. She previously served as President of the National Council of State Boards of Examiners, Chair of the American Board of Child Language and Language Disorders, Presiding Officer of the Texas State Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, President of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and President of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. She is an ASHA Fellow and a Board Certified Specialist in Child Language.
.6 ASHA CEUs Intermediate Level, 6 Act 48 hours Professional Area. Individuals attending the program must arrive on time and stay for the duration of the program.