January 30-31, 2020
$285 // Register by January 15, 2019
$310 // Late Registration
Presented by Susan Perry, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CALT and Alison Webster, M.S., CCC-SLP, CALT, CERI-SLDS
1.5 CEUs, Educator and ASHA CEUs – intermediate level, professional area
15 ALTA Credits
10 SEMIs/1 OSL
Learn the components of a comprehensive assessment used to evaluate students for dyslexia.
This workshop will address a wide range of skill areas and the reasons for assessing each of these areas. Participants will become familiar with commonly used assessment instruments and will learn how results of a comprehensive evaluation can aid in planning therapy to remediate deficit areas. Sample evaluation reports will be presented, and participants will learn how to analyze and interpret these reports to develop a profile of student strengths and weaknesses.
Completion of this workshop does not qualify the participant to administer assessments, diagnose or treat individuals with dyslexia/reading disorders.
- Speech-language pathologists
- Special education directors
- Dyslexia therapists
- Reading specialists
- Academic language therapists
- Workshop will cover:
- Overview of assessment terminology and scores
- Screening tests
- Standardized tests
- Case studies
- Recommendations for therapy based on evaluation resultsContact Info: Dianne King (601) 528-5342 firstname.lastname@example.org