Course Details:

Covid-19: Implications of Social Isolation on Childhood Language Development

ASHA CEUs

0.10

Date/Time

6/18/22

10:30-11:30

Instructional Level

Introductory

ASHA CE Provider approval and use of the Brand Block does not imply endorsement of course content specific products or clinical procedures.

Setting 

In Person

Location

Veterans of Foreign War (VFW)

320 South Broadway

Hicksville, N.Y. 11801

Content Area

Related (R)

Format 

Group

Provider

Blue Sea Educational Consulting Inc.

Description

This program will explore the initial impressions of early childhood speech and language development and how it has been impacted by social isolation during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Information gathered via a survey distributed to K-2 classroom educators and speech-language pathologists working in the school setting will be discussed. Implications will be examined from a data driven perspective.

Provider Website

Academy.BlueSeaEducation.com

Register Here

*Registration is FREE for Open House Attendees but you must register in advance to determine eligibility for ASHA CEUs.

In Order to Receive a Certificate of Completion Learners Must:

  • Register for this course by June 12, 2022
  • Attend the entirety of the event including the full Q&A session and sign in on the designated attendance sheet
  • Complete a program evaluation before you leave the premises
  • No partial credit will be awarded
  • You can determine your eligibility to receive ASHA CEUs for this course by visiting: Eligibility to Earn ASHA CEUs

 

Accommodations: If you need to make a request for specific accommodations, please indicate your needs on the web registration form prior to 7 days of this course offering.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe at least 5 specific areas of speech and language development that may have been impacted by social isolation during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
  2. Identify the relationship between social isolation due to the Covid-19 Pandemic and the rate of referrals for speech and language evaluations and deliverance of services.
  3. List 3 methods to ease the transition for students back into the school setting.

Target Audience
This course is best intended for school-based Speech-Language Pathologists, Educators, and professional members of the school-based support team.

COURSE TIMELINE
5 MIN: INTRODUCTION
20 MIN: SURVEY OVERVIEW
20 MIN: DATA EXPLORATION & CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS
10 MIN: METHODS FOR SUCCESSFUL TRANSITIONING
5 MIN: LEARNER ASSESSMENT: Q & A SESSION

Complaint Policy

If you have a complaint, please email pd@blueseaeducation.com  within 30 days of the course offering date. Please find our entire complaint policy here.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

This course is being offered free of charge; a refund policy does not apply.

 

J D'Aquila photoJacqueline D’Aquila M.A., CCC-SLP graduated Long Island University, Post Campus, with a Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA) and is currently licensed to practice in New York State. Her experience providing clinical evaluation and treatment within the pediatric population includes working for Rockland BOCES, private practice settings, and the New York City Department of Education. Jacqueline has experience in providing evaluation and treatment for individuals with disorders in the following areas: autism spectrum disorder, articulation, phonology, pragmatic language, oral motor, fluency, auditory processing, aphasia, cognitive disorders, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), dysphagia and feeding, and health impairments.

Disclosure Statement for Jacqueline D’Aquila

Financial  Jacqueline D’Aquila received financial compensation for creating this course content from Blue Sea Educational Consulting, Inc.

Nonfinancial  Jacqueline D’Aquila has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.

S Gorman PhotoOlivia Gorman M.S., CCC-SLP graduated from Molloy University with a Masters of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She currently holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed to practice as a Speech Language Pathologist in New York State. She is also a Clinical Supervisor for Clinical Fellows seeking their ASHA Certification. Her clinical experience includes providing clinical evaluation and treatment within the pediatric population including working for private settings and Gersh Academy. Olivia has experience in providing evaluation and treatment for individuals with the following classifications: autism spectrum disorder, articulation, phonology, pragmatic language, oral motor, fluency, auditory processing, cognitive disorders, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), PROMPT, and other health impairments.

Disclosure Statement for Olivia Gorman

Financial Olivia Gorman received financial compensation for creating this course content from Blue Sea Educational Consulting, Inc.

Nonfinancial Olivia Gorman has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.