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Welcome to SHAHV

The Speech, Language & Hearing Association of the Hudson Valley

Save the date:

Saturday, May 17th
SHAHV'S ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE:
AUDIOLOGIAL CONCEPTS AND AURAL REHABILITATION FOR THE SLP

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Presented by: Dr. Susan Antonellis AuD., CCC-A
Garden Plaza Hotel
Kingston NY

This program is designed to enable speech language pathologists better understand audiological concepts and testing procedures in their scope of practice including interpretation of audiological results. SLP’s will have the opportunity to learn about the types and degree of hearing loss and those disorders related to said hearing loss. Amplification systems and assistive devices will be discussed and troubleshooting hearing aids for the SLP will be explored. Aural rehabilitation will be discussed in various models and video presentations will be presented. There will be audience participation. Finally, participants will be become knowledgeable about computer based programs and apps that their clients can use during therapy and as carryover at home.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

∙ Identify audiological procedures and their purpose.

∙Determine type and degree of hearing loss and their disorders.

∙Discuss speech-language pathologists’ scope of practice in audiology.

∙Describe and apply the use of amplification systems and FM units with their caseload.

∙Describe aural rehabilitation and its necessity.

∙Identify the degree and types of hearing loss in relationship to aural rehabilitation.

∙Plan and implement an individual aural rehabilitation session.

∙Discuss how to implement a group aural rehabilitation session.

∙List the apps and computer based programs for client use and carryover.

 

WHEN: Saturday, May 17th, 2014

WHERE: The Garden Plaza Hotel 503 Washington Avenue Kingston, NY 12401

TIME: 8:00 – 8:30 Sign in Continental Breakfast 8:30 – 4:00 Presentation

 

COST:

$75* SHAHV MEMBERS

$110* Non-Members (Includes 2014 membership)

$15* Students (attach current student ID)

* add $25 if postmarked after May 1, 2014

Credit Card payments are accepted through PayPal ($1 processing fee added)

Note: New members must complete our membership application.

Pay Online ($1.00 processing fee added)

 

Checks are payable to:

SHAHV

5 Hampton Court

Wallkill NY 12589

This seminar is offered for 0.6 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area) ASHA CEUs available through the Speech, Language, Hearing Association of the Hudson Valley

CEU provider


The January 30 Winter Banquet was cancelled, replaced by the free webinar, iPad 101 for SLPs, on February 27, for 1.5 professional development hours.

Thanks to all who attended SHAHV's Fall Conference, Intervention Strategies for Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing: A Problem-Solving Approach, presented by Dr. Cindy Arroyo. Thanks to your overwhelming response, this was SHAHV's first sold-out conference.

Please complete our membership application.




We had many winners at our spring conference, "Top Notch Ideas for Speech and Language Therapy," by Eric X. Raj.

2012 SHAHV scholarship winners
2013 SHAHV scholarship winners Jessica Scanna (left), winner of the graduate scholarship, and Brittney DePaola (right), winner of the undergraduate scholarship.

Raffle prizes included nine lucky winners of the Multiple Choice Articulation App, one Air Hockey App, two Language Builder Apps, two Conversation Builder Apps, four $15.00 iTunes Cards, two 2014 SHAHV Memberships, and nine winners of styli for touch screens.  



    SHAHV is a professional association comprised of local speech-language pathologists and audiologists from Dutchess, Orange, Sullivan and Ulster counties within New York State.

    Mission: to provide resources to speech-language pathology and audiology professionals in the above counties to facilitate optimal evaluation and treatment of individuals with communication challenges. Particularly, SHAHV is dedicated to arranging continuing education opportunities and encouraging a strong network of professionals to foster cooperative learning. The association is run by volunteers from both professions.

     

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