It Takes Two to Talk is a 3-day workshop that offers hands-on, interactive training on parent-implemented, family-centered early language intervention for Speech-Language pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families.
You’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child.
When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you get:
•2.2 ASHA Continuing Education Credits
•An effective teaching methodology for coaching parents to use responsive interaction strategies
•An overview of learning styles and principles of adult education and their application to facilitating parents' learning to be effective language facilitators
•The stages of learning in terms of self-awareness, attitude and behavior change and how to adapt the use of coaching and videotaping with feedback to each stage in order to facilitate parents' learning and application of strategies
•Guidelines for leading It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delay
•An overview of It Takes Two to Talk's three clusters of responsive interaction strategies - child-centred, interaction-promoting, and language modeling strategies
•A comprehensive set or resources to use within your It Takes Two to Talk Programs, as well as in your everyday work with families (valued at $270)
•Access to the member-only It Takes Two to Talk Parent workbook designed specifically for use in one-to-one therapy
•A one-year, renewable Hanen membership offering ongoing opportunities to enhance your clinical skills
You can find out more about the It Takes Two to Talk workshop and Register Now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or clicking the link below:
ASHA CEU Offered?: Yes
Organization Website: http://www.hanen.org/Professional-Development/It-Takes-Two-to-Talk/2016-Jun-22-Salem-OR.aspx
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