Thursday, February 15, 2018

SCHEDULE RELEASED!

4/19
Mississippi
St. Louis

Memphis

Greenville

Concordia

Vicksburg

New Orleans

Baton Rouge

St. Francesville

Tupelo

8:00-9:00
Exhibits 
Hands on CVC Words
(Wiltcher)
8:00-9:00
Vestibular Testing and Rehabilitation- What’s Not to Love?
(*Beckerman)
8:00-10:00

216 Track: Tips and Tricks for Speech Therapists Working in the Schools
(Ladner & Livingston)
8:00-9:30

Praxis Preparation and Interview/Resume Building: The Price is Right! 2018 Version!
(Higdon)
8:00-10:00




Addressing Social-Communication and Play Goals for Preschoolers with Autism in School Settings
(*Watson)
8:00-12:00
The Speech Language Pathologist’s Guide to the Acute Care Setting
Stringer and McCarty
8:30-9:30
9:00-10:00
Exhibits

Supporting Listening & Spoken Language Outcomes for Children with Hearing Loss in the Public Schools
(*Houston)
9:00-10:00

The Smilemaker
(Fox)
9:00-11:00



LENA Technology: Automated Language and Speech Data and Use in Early Intervention
(Paterson)
9:30-11:00

Artfully Speaking: Using the Visual Arts in Treatment of Cognitive Linguistic Disorders
(Moore)
9:30-11:00

10:00-11:00
Feeding Therapy: A Behavioral Management Approach
(Tyrone)
10:00-11:00
Hearing Aid Verification Using Real Ear Measures: Why and How
(*Bryan)
10:00-12:00
Writing Measurable Articulation Goals (Laney)
10:00-11:30

Universal Licensure for Mississippi: 2 Professions, Many Settings, 1 License
(Powell, Higdon, Marx, & Alston)
10:30-12:00
11:00-12:00
Write On! The Case for Cursive
(Perry)
11:00-12:00








12:00-1:30
HONORS LUNCHEON: All welcome to attend in the Nashville room.

1:30-2:30
Exhibits
 
 Posters   (A)                                                               1:30-3:30                                                         in Mississippi Hall
2:30-3:30
Differential Diagnosis and Assessment of the Complex Case to Include CP, Neurogenic Disorders, DD/DLD, ASD and Intellectual Ability
(Middleton &Hunter)
2:30-3:30


Feeding the Baby with a  Cleft Palate
(Allen & Upchurch)
2:30-4:00



Overcoming Adversity-With a “Little” Adjustment
(Little)
2:30-3:30
Clinical Application of Acceptable Noise Level
(*Bryan)
2:30-4:30



Being an Effective Mentor- Guidance for 215s and 216s
(Ladner)
2:30-3:30
Integrating Communication Device Use into Classroom Activities
(Heine & Curtis)
2:30-3:30
Dynamic Assessment: Examining Learning Potential and Reducing Bias in Assessment
(Ireland)
2:30-4:00

Do You Smell Smoke? Don’t Let Burnout Take Hold of Your Career!
(Alston)
3:00-4:00

3:30-4:30

Administering and Interpreting the Ling 6 Sound Test with Cochlear Implant Users
(Paterson)
3:30-5:00

What’s Unique About the Dubard Association Method, and How Does it Help My Struggling Reader?
(Webster)
3:30-5:00

Getting to Know MS Medicaid’s Speech and Hearing Services
(Brown & Ulmer)
4:00-5:00
Practical Aural Rehabilitation for Adults with Hearing Loss
(*Houston)
4:00-5:00


Success for Students with Hearing Loss: The Clinical Audiologist’s Responsibility  (Turner)
4:00-5:00


Managing Concussions: The Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist
(Middleton)
4:00-5:00


MDE Updates
(Laney)
4:00-5:00
4:30-5:00

3:00-5:00
EBS Student Praxis Bowl: Come see students from all universities in the state compete against each other while studying for the Praxis!
Location: GRAND HOTEL BALLROOM
5:00-8:30
MSHA BLOCK PARTY!!! ALL MSHA Members are welcome to attend! Come join us as we network at the Rolling Rivers Bistro!!! (Bring your drink ticket for a FREE drink and listen to live music)!

Session Color Key
Medical Based SLP
216 & SLP
Student
Dual (SLP & AuD)
Professional Issues (SLP & AuD)
Medical & School Based SLP
School-Based SLP
Audiology

4/20
Mississippi  
St. Louis
Memphis
Greenville
Concordia
Vicksburg
New Orleans
Baton Rouge
St. Francesville
Tupelo
8:00-9:00
Business Meeting: All MSHA Members are welcome to attend in the Nashville room
9:00-10:00
Exhibits

Oral Care in Dysphagic Patients
(Lowrie)
9:00-10:00


Research Interests and Clinical Applications of the P1/N1 Complex of the Late
Cortical Auditory Evoked Potential
(Goshorn & Marx)
9:00-10:00



Cochlear Implantation in Children & Adults: Intervention & Rehabilitation Strategies
(*Houston)
9:00-10:00

Creating Intelligible Speech: Practical Strategies From a Practicing Clinician
(*Thompson)
9:00-12:00
Back to the Seventies: Traditional Treatment for Speech Sounds Disorders Revisited
(*Sancibrian)
9:00-12:00
Dyslexia 101: What is it, and How Do I Help?
(Schraeder)
9:30-11:00
10:00-11:00

All Tied Up! A Look at the Effects of Tongue and Lip Tie on Feeding
(Nassar)
10:00-11:00


Hidden Hearing Loss
10:00-12:00 (*Hurley)


IPP IRL? How To Develop an Interprofessional Journal Club to Boost Collaboration & Patient Care
(Mendes)
10:30-12:00
Writing Legally Defensible Speech/Language Evaluation Reports
(Jones)
10:30-12:00
From Research to Practice: Connecting to the Curriculum (Powell & Meaux)
10:00-11:30

11:00-12:00



12:00-1:00
Lunch on your own
1:00-2:00
Exhibits

Posters (B)                                                                  1:00-3:00                                                            in Mississippi Hall
2:00-3:00


Hearing-Impaired, Language, and Literacy Lab at the University of Mississippi: Update and Expansion of the Transition Program
(Lowe, Loveall, Hawthorne, Livingston, Keene)
2:00-3:30
Assessment and Intervention: The Hispanic Child
(Kayser)
2:00-3:30
Comprehensive Airway Management, CSA Endoscopy, and the Medical Speech-Language Pathologist
(Arnold & Landry)
2:00-5:00

Audiology Grand Rounds (*Hurley)
2:00-4:00
Cognitive and Cognitive-Linguistic Communication Disorders
(*Rubin)
2:00-5:00
AAC Success at 26!
(Heine & Wentland)
2:00-3:00

Treating
 Speech Disorders with the Fab Four (*Sancibrian)
2:00-5:00
Clinical Electrophysiological Assessment and Intraoperative Monitoring of the Facial Nerve
(Mustain)
2:30-4:00
3:00-4:00
Four Learning Pathways Model: Understanding Diverse Trajectories in Children with Hearing Loss (Birth-6)
(Paterson)
3:00-5:00



Dysphagia Through the Lifespan
(Brunson & Nassar)
3:30-5:00

4:00-5:00


Session Color Key
Medical Based SLP
216 & SLP
Dual (SLP & AuD)
Professional Issues (SLP & AuD)
Medical & School Based SLP
School-Based SLP
Audiology


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