Two Full Days of Autsim
Nancy Clements, MA, CCC-SLP will present two full days of Autism, beginning on Wednesday April 2, for the Pre-Conference and continuing on Thursday, April 3, during the Convention.
Nancy Clements is a speech-language pathologist, Executive Director of Social Thinking® Boston and the Director of the East Coast Social Thinking Clinical Training Program®. As the former Program Manager for Social Communication services at the Stern Center for Language and Learning, she developed an in-depth Social Thinking program, including developmentally based groups, off-site coaching and consultations, and a three-credit graduate course in partnership with Saint Michaels College. The program conducted criterion based Social Thinking research with more than 60 children and adolescents in the clinical program and, in conjunction with the several school districts, continues to analyze the impact of social thinking methodologies across all tiers using a Response to Intervention (RTI) model. Nancy travels extensively throughout the United States and Canada and is committed to embedding Social Thinking in schools for all learners.
Featured Presenters for this year's Convention, are as follows:
Robin Alvares, PhD, presenting Providing Telepractice Services to School-Aged Students: An Overview
Jennifer Brush, MA, CCC-SLP, presenting Using the Environment to Compensate for Sensory Impairment During Meals and Evidence Based Interventions for Dementia
Nancy Clements, MA, CCC-SLP, presenting RTI & PBS Meets Social Thinking
James Coyle, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-S, presenting Clinical Decision Making in Complex Situations and
Dysphagia Treatment: What Are We Doing and Why?
James Feeney, PhD, CCC-SLP and Melissa Capo, MS , presenting Principles and Practices in Supporting Adults With TBI
Ashley Garber, MS, LSLS Cert. AVT, presenting Collaborative Conversations for Children With Hearing Loss: Process and Product and Keeping it Fresh: Activities for Auditory Learning
Cynthia Puranik, PhD, presenting Looking Beyond Oral Language: Assessment of Early Writing Skills
Anastasia Raymer, PhD, presenting Evidence for Treatment of Aphasia and Related Disorders: Resources and Rigor and Word Retrieval Treatments for Aphasia: Restoration and Reorganization
Shari Robertson, PhD, presenting Welcome Aboard the ASHA Windjammer Cruise!
Sarah Wallace, PhD, presenting AAC and Multimodal Communication for Aphasia
Sheraton Station Square
The Sheraton Station Square is the site of this year’s Convention. PSHA has obtained a special group rates of $159 single/double; $179 triple; $199 quad.
These rates will only be honored by the Sheraton Station Square until February 27, 2014. Please make your reservations early.
Reservations may be made on line or by calling the Sheraton Station Square: