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January 2022

Screening Now – “This Is Not About Me”

January 22 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

* UPDATE! - WE HAVE REACHED OUR REGISTRATION CAPACITY FOR THE EVENT - REGISTRATION IS UNFORTUNATELY CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT :) SALTS will be hosting its first movie screening of 2022! “This Is Not About Me” is a documentary highlighting the journey of Jordyn Zimmerman, an individual who is nonverbal and has autism, in finding her voice through AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication), and advocating for herself and others like her in the US school system. Learn more…

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April 2022

Webinar: CROSS DISCIPLINARY ORAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES [Episode 2]

April 17 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

This webinar series seek to improve the oral health knowledge across all health disciplines, and also widen the perspective of oral health professionals to the work of our healthcare colleagues. Thereby, promoting cross fertilisation of ideas, partnership, and collaborations. Enter :EXCLUSIVESALTS to recieve 20% discount for the first 100 sign ups from SALTS

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May 2022

Introduction to PROMPT: Technique Workshop (May 2022)

May 13 @ 9:00 am - May 15 @ 4:30 pm

DATE: 5/13/2022 to 5/15/2022 (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 and Motor Speech Hierarchy. •…

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June 2022

Cognitive-Communication Course For Acquired Brain Injury (CCCABI) with Live Case Study Discussion

June 1 - December 31
$999.00 – $1,200.00 13 tickets left

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…

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