Professional Development Opportunities

1. March 2, 3, & 4, 2016 General & Special Education CONFERENCE-Seattle Brain-based Science, Learning & Achievement: Pre-K through 12th Grade

Sponsored by: Rehab Seminars (360) 379-6994

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2. April 1, 2016: Minot State University's National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association's (MSU NSSLHA) 23rd Annual Spring Conference presents Dr. Ken Bleile speaking about Speech Sound Disorders in Infants, Toddlers, and School Aged Students. The presentation will consist of two independent sections. The morning’s topic is promoting speech development in infants and toddlers.  The afternoon’s topic is controversies arising in treating late acquired consonants (the late eight), including the role of speech in school success, the best grade to treat the late eight, and the research-base for non-speech music and oral motor treatment approaches.

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3. National Stuttering Association (NSA)/International Stuttering Association (ISA) World Congress Joint Conference, July 6-10, 2016 with our 2-day Clinical Symposium July 5-6, 2016.

“NSA 2016-Dazzling in Dixie!” Come join the National Stuttering Association as we team up with the International Stuttering Association for the biggest event of people who stutter, the speech pathologists who help them, and the friends & family who unconditionally love them! For four days, be part of this life-changing event that will forever change your outlook on stuttering. With powerful workshops designed to motivate you, energetic keynote speakers who will inspire you to dream big, a clinical symposium featuring some of the most renowned speech pathologists in the world, and fantastic social activities including a grand banquet, we invite you to see how peachy your future can be! Two communities are sharing one voice-and we want you to be heard! Our conference takes place July 6-10, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. For more information, please visit or call (212) 944-4050.

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