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Course Description

This course provides a list and description of a variety of approaches to treating acquired apraxia of speech. The use of Video Assisted Speech Technology (VAST™), a technique that is available in Lingraphica’s SmallTalk video apps and TalkPath therapy software, is one of them.

Meet the Presenter

 

Darlene Williamson, M.A., CCC-SLP

Darlene Williamson is the Founder and Executive Director of the Stroke Comeback Center and the President of the National Aphasia Association.

 

Course Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

            • Use discriminating diagnostic tasks to determine an entry point for treatment of adult acquired apraxia of speech.
            • Demonstrate the ability to adapt the principles of motor learning to individualized treatment plans for individuals with acquired apraxia of speech.
            • Describe restorative and compensatory therapeutic approaches to treatment of adult acquired apraxia of speech. 

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