This course reviewed the 10 principles of neuroplasticity and demonstrated how these principles, when considered; provide an approach that will allow the SLP to break through difficult challenges when training for communication devices for people with aphasia.
Meet the Presenter
Lisa Haynes, MS, CCC-SLP
Lisa Haynes has extensive experience in AAC and a solid background in working with individuals with aphasia. She graduated from Kansas State University with both her BS and MS degrees. During her career Lisa worked in a variety of settings, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and as director of AAC services.
Course Learning Objectives
Participants will be able to:
- Identify and explain the principles of neuroplasticity
- Explain how to use the principles in association with specific therapeutic techniques
- Incorporate principles of neuroplasticity into the best practices for speech-generating device use.
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