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Course description Learning Objectives: • As a speech-language therapist you know the critical importance of communication and the many challenges faced when an acquired brain injury affects one’s ability to think and communicate. You may also be aware of the growing body of evidence to support our interventions in this field. However, busy clinicians may find it difficult to review and synthesize that evidence into practical interventions. • The Cognitive-Communication Course for Acquired Brain Injury (CCCABI) is a course tailored for SLT’s that…Find out more »
SALTS is celebrating Aphasia Awareness Month! We are screening a documentary about aphasia and hosting a local panel discussion. Join us as we host a panel of organisations actively involved in stroke and aphasia support, including S3 (Stroke Support Station), SNSA (Singapore National Stroke Association) and Aphasia SG, who will share their thoughts about Aphasia in Singapore. This will be held prior to the movie screening. We will be airing the documentary titled - ‘Speechless’ (http://www.speechlessdoc.com/). It portrays the life…Find out more »
NDT Contemporay Practice Model Certificate Course in the Management of Children w Cerebral Palsy and Other Neuromotor Disorders 2022
This NDTATM-approved course focuses on the application of the Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) / Bobath philosophy, theory and principles to children with neuromuscular impairments.
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“Thank you Naomi for sharing a different perspective in voice therapy! I learned so much and can’t wait to try these Estill techniques with my patients.” – Beatrice Teo, Speech Therapist “Estill is a great course for non-singers and speech therapists. Understanding how the voice works and how to change each aspect in isolation and then to combine into qualities has me great insight into my own voice and into clinical application” – Chloe Ang, Speech Therapist The Complete Estill…Find out more »
DATE: 15 August 2022 to 17 August 2022 (9.00-16.30 Southeast Asia time) WHERE: This workshop will take place through Zoom OVERVIEW: Introduction to Prompt: Technique Workshop focuses on teaching the technique of PROMPT. At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to: • Describe the philosophy of PROMPT and its application principles. • Apply different levels of PROMPTing (Parameter, Syllable, Complex, Surface) as appropriate to the selected cases. • Analyze speech motor subsystems using the Systems Analysis Observation…Find out more »