Tue, Apr 30 | Webinar

Specifying the Relationships of Auditory Processing Disorders and Reading and Language

This seminar focuses on newly developed technology tools that have been established for use by audiologists and speech-language pathologists to test and administer therapy to people who have APD.
Registration is Closed
Specifying the Relationships of Auditory Processing Disorders and Reading and Language

Time & Location

Apr 30, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Webinar

About the Event

MSHA is excited to announce a webinar featuring Matthew Barker, AuD CCC-A and MNZAS, the director of Acoustic Pioneer!

Specifying the Relationships of Auditory Processing Disorders and Reading and Language

This seminar focuses on newly developed technology tools that have been established for use by audiologists and speech-language pathologists to test and administer therapy to people who have auditory processing deficits! This webinar will be completed in 4 parts:

1-Live Webinar on April 30, 2019 @ 6:00pm-7:00pm

Those attending the live seminar will receive the links to the self-paced video session (2- 1.5 hours each) and 1 practical review (1.5 hours) –each of these can be broken down into smaller blocks of time. Dr. Barker will then offer a 30-minute question and answer session at a later time and date for those interested.

This free webinar is offered for 4.5 ASHA CEUs!

Matthew Barker is the director of Acoustic Pioneer and developed the tools to be discussed in this seminar. He has been pursuing improvements in the auditory processing area since his doctoral research project in 2003 from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and has published and presented internationally on the subject.

Please RSVP by Monday, April 29, 2019 to mshapresident@gmail.com

A link will then be sent to join in the live webinar on April 30@ 6:00pm!

Registration is Closed

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