2021 Fall/Winter Workshop Series

The 2021 continuing education benefits offered by SDSLHA continue with our Fall/Winter Workshop which will be offered from September through December. AAC, literacy, ethics, advocacy, workplace efficiency, and a variety of other audiology and SLP disorder-related topics will be featured. Reduced registration rates will be offered for SDSLHA members. Additional workshops are being finalized and will soon be added to the schedule below. Please check back often to see new workshop titles and register for those you may be interested in.

2021 Fall/Winter Workshop Schedule:

>> September 21, 2021 - Successful Advocacy: Strategies that Work! by Janet Deppe
This workshop is now complete.
 

 >> October 21, 2021 - 6:00 pm MDT / 7:00 pm CDT:  Introduction to Ethics by Solveig Sperati Korte, M.A., CCC-SLP

The full course description, learner outcomes, and CEU information can be found here.  Participants are encouraged to print the following Code of Ethics to use it as a reference during the course: ASHA Code of Ethics

Register now for Introduction to Ethics here.

Cost of Registration:
        • SDSLHA members may choose to register for a Certificate of Attendance and ASHA CEUs for this workshop for a fee of $5. If no Certificate of Attendance or ASHA CEUs are needed, this workshop is offered free of charge.
        • The registration fee for Non-Members is $20 and includes Certificate of Attendance and ASHA CEUs.

>> November 16, 2021 - Time TBD: Supervision Setbacks, Snafus, and Successes! by Liz DeVelder, MA, CCC-SLP, Stacie Carlson, MA, CCC-SLP, and Jennifer Phelan

The full course description, learner outcomes, and CEU information will be available soon

Registration for Supervision Setbacks, Snafus, and Successes! is not yet open. 

>> November 29, 2021 - Time TBD: The tangled web of Tongue Ties and SLPs:  What every therapist needs to know about oral restrictions by Vanessa Anderson-Smith, MA, CCC-SLP

The full course description, learner outcomes, and CEU information will be available soon.

Registration for The tangled web of Tongue Ties and SLPs:  What every therapist needs to know about oral restrictions is not yet open. 

>> December 1, 2021 - Time TBD: Documentation by Laura Endres, MA, CCC-SLP

The full course description, learner outcomes, and CEU information will be available soon. 

Registration for Documentation is not yet open.

>> December 8, 2021 - Time to TBD: Workshop title TBD - Krislyn Carlson, Ed.D. 

The full course description, learner outcomes, and CEU information will be available soon. 

Registration for this workshop is not yet open.


Recordings of past workshops: 

SDSLHA members now have access to view the following recorded presentations. Click the following link for the recorded webinar and certificate of attendance for the recording: Fall/Winter Webinar recordings
  • Early Intervention: Success and Challenges in Home Visiting in the Era of COVD-19
  • Fostering Learning & Growth in Supervision Through Psychological Safety
  • Managing Vocal Hygiene and Communicating with PPE: Designing an In-Service for Your Workplace
  • Yoga & Mindfulness for the Virtual Work World
Continuing Education 
  • Live workshops will be registered for ASHA Continuing Education credit and a certificate of attendance will be issued.
  • Recorded workshops will be available when presenters agree to allow recording. These will be available to SDSLHA members to complete for a certificate of attendance. ASHA CE credit will not be submitted for viewing of recorded workshops. Attendees may choose to use submit self-recorded Certification Maintenance Hours (CMH). See below for details.
  • Using a Certificate of Attendance for ASHA Certification Renewal: Self-recorded CMHs are activities you complete and document, instead of being tracked by the ASHA CE Registry. You do not need to obtain prior approval from ASHA for the activities you choose. The activities will count toward your 3 year interval as long as they meet ASHA’s certification maintenance standard for professional development and acceptable activities. You are required to maintain your own documentation for all self-recorded CMHs. You will only need to submit documentation to ASHA if you are notified of being selected for an audit.