Intervention for Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorders presented by Professors Gina Conti-Ramsden and Kevin Durkin

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Intervention for Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorders presented by Professors Gina Conti-Ramsden and Kevin Durkin

495.00

2 Day Workshop Presented by Professors Gina Conti-Ramsden and Kevin Durkin

This 2 day workshop will give you the latest evidence-based information to help you identify and treat Social Communication Disorders in your clinical practice. There is a strong focus on practical cases, skills and tips to help you translate the information to your practice. Workshop activities include demonstrations of therapy targets and activities, as well as video, small group work and discussion.

Learning Goals and Objectives

Intervention for Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorders

Ø  Understand the nature of and diagnostic concepts of social communication disorder (SCD) and pragmatic language difficulties.

Ø  Be able to make links between key aspects of children’s development, assessment, intervention and prognosis.

Ø  Be familiar with contemporary practice in assessment and intervention with this client group

Ø  Have a basic understanding of the SCIP intervention programme.  Specifically:

o   Be aware of how assessment informs intervention for children with SCD and those with pragmatic language difficulties.

o   Have a basic knowledge of the SCIP therapy principles, methods and techniques

o   Have a basic knowledge of the three phases of SCIP intervention

o   Have practical illustrations of the types of therapy targets and activities offered by the SCIP programme

Ø  Be critically informed of intervention choices that are most likely to be efficacious for a particular child

 

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