Executive Functioning Assessment and Intervention

This graduate course is designed for school-based related service providers including occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, psychologists, social workers, or guidance counselors who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of executive functioning skills and how to support these skills in the school setting. Participants will learn about and develop strategies for assessment, intervention and remediation of executive functioning deficits for students in K-12.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5402

 

**Textbook purchased separately and is available here

$399

Sensory Integration: Basics and Beyond

This graduate course is designed for all school based related service providers looking to broaden their understanding of sensory processing disorders and their impact on learning and development.  Perfect for seasoned OT's looking to brush up on their SI knowledge or those new to the field of Pediatrics.  Based on the original text from SI pioneer Dr. A. Jean Ayres, this course thoroughly covers both the basics of sensory processing and brain development as well as reviewing the foundations, causes and symptoms for different sensory based processing disorders. 

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5403

*This course does not cover specific intervention methods.

**Textbook purchased separately and is available here

$399

Childhood Apraxia of Speech

This graduate course is designed for school-based speech-language pathologists who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of assessing and treating students with Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Students will learn about the common speech characteristics of CAS as they differ from other speech disorders and the challenges often associated with CAS, including social and literacy-based difficulties. This course will provide students with tools for assessment, IEP writing, and practical strategies for school-based intervention for students of all ages.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5406

** Textbook sold separately and is available here.

$399

A New Look at Behavior: Connecting, Calming, and Coaching

This graduate course is designed for occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech language pathologists, school psychologists, social workers and teachers and will guide professionals to examine the underlying causes for behaviors from developmental, social-emotional, cognitive and sensorial perspectives. This course will provide educators and related service providers with methodologies for identifying the developmentally appropriate approach and for effective intervention planning for problematic and challenging behaviors in the school setting. Educators will develop a means for fostering safe and trusting therapeutic relationships with their most challenging students as well as effective de-escalation strategies. Special considerations for working with children with Autism as well as those exposed to toxic stress and trauma will also be covered in this comprehensive course.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5409

**Textbook sold separately and available here

$399

Auditory and Language Processing Disorders

Is it auditory processing, phonemic processing, or language processing? This graduate course is designed for school-based speech-language pathologists who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of assessment and intervention of processing disorders in the school setting. This course analyzes the similarities and differences of Auditory Processing and Language Processing and provides a framework for differential diagnosis. Participants will understand how auditory and language processing differ neurologically and be able to provide assessment to develop appropriate treatment goals for their students. Students will learn practical classroom modifications, compensatory strategies, and therapy ideas for intervention.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5405

**Textbook purchased separately and is available here

$399

Social Skills for Students on the Autism Spectrum

This graduate course is designed for school-based related service providers including speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, psychologists, social workers, guidance counselors, or teachers who are seeking a deeper understanding of effective social skills intervention in the school setting. Participants will learn about and develop strategies for assessment, intervention and monitoring of social skill deficits for students on the autism spectrum in K-12.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5401

 

**Textbook purchased separately and is available here

$399

Visual Processing and Vision Disorders for the School Based OT

This graduate course is designed for school based Occupational Therapists looking to broaden their understanding of visual processing and vision disorders and how to effectively address these deficits in the school setting. Participants will learn about various visual skills and how they relate to child development, behavior and learning as well as explore the relationship between visual deficits and developmental and learning disabilities. Specific intervention methods, accommodations and modifications, including those for low vision, will also be explored.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5407

**Textbook sold separately and is available here

$399

Implementing Augmentative and Alternative Communication in the School Setting

This graduate course is designed for school-based speech-language pathologists and other school personnel such as occupational therapists, school psychologists, case managers, teachers, and administrators who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in the school setting. This course goes beyond the introduction and basics of AAC and focuses on the strategies and techniques for successfully implementing AAC instruction in the educational environment. Participants will learn about and develop strategies for assessment and intervention for AAC users of all ages, with a focus on students from preK-12.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5400

 

**Textbook purchased separately and is available here

$399

Treating Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Speech Disorders in the School Setting

This graduate course is designed for school-based speech-language pathologists who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of assessing and treating students with cleft palate and/or craniofacial speech disorders. This course reviews anatomy and physiology and common speech errors in this population. Students will learn about assessment and practical strategies and techniques for school-based intervention.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5404

**Textbook purchased separately and is available here

$399

All Eyes on the IEP: Documentation and Goal Setting for Related Service Providers

This graduate course is designed for school-based related service providers including occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, physical therapists, psychologists, social workers, and case managers who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of how to write effective and comprehensive Individualized Education Plans (IEPs). This course will allow related service providers to create functional and child centered IEPs by applying documentation and goal setting methodologies outlined in this course to real case scenarios. Case managers will be able to use the guiding principles in this course to lead their special education teams and parents throughout the IEP process while effectively addressing their students’ needs.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5408

**Textbook sold separately and available here

$399

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