Augmentative-Alternative Communication & Assistive Technology Conference: Working Together to Achieve Success
When & Where
January 31 & February 1, 2008
Shoreline Conference Center
Greater Seattle, Washington Area
- Dr. David Beukelman PhD, CCC-SLP
- Karen Kangas OTR/L
- Lisa Rotelli Education Consultant
- Gail Van Tatenhove MS, CCC-SLP
- Steven Shores MOT,OTR/L
- Michael J. Smith Attorney at Law
- Lewis Golinker Attorney at Law
- Stephen T. Glass MD
- AAC & Assistive Technology Vendor Representatives
Professionals working in schools, private practice, hospitals, outpatient, skilled nursing facilities, home health, and other rehabilitation programs with children and/or adults.
- Speech-Language Pathologists & Assistants
- Occupational Therapists & Assistants
- Physical Therapists & Assistants
- Educators/Teachers working with AAC users in the classroom
- School Psychologists
- Administrators, Special Education Directors, and Principals
As new clinical approaches emerge and technology improves, therapists and educators are increasingly challenged to enhance knowledge of best practices in the treatment and education for clients, patients, and students with augmentative-alternative communication and assistive technology needs. How do therapists, educators, and medical professionals assure they are current with new clinical approaches as research and new technology emerges? Join us for the 2008 Northwest Conference and interact with colleagues and nationally recognized experts in the area of AAC and Assistive Technology. Concurrent sessions are offered, allowing you to tailor the conference to meet your professional needs. Product and service vendors will offer one-on-one, hands-on demonstrations and discussion to enhance your educational experience.
Continuing Education — Contact Hours (All participants):
Certificates of Course Completion for 16 contact hours (1.6 CEUs) will be provided to you upon completion of course requirements, enabling you to register your credit with the appropriate licensing boards or associations. You may apply for other accreditation using the procedure established by the specific organization. This program can be applied toward license renewal in most states. Check with your state’s licensing board or association to determine how to receive credit for this conference, if approval is not listed below.
Rehab Seminars has been approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology. This two-day program is offered for 1.6 CEUs, (Intermediate level; Professional area).ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.
OSPI Clock Hours:
Washington State clock hours for Washington School District Employees are sponsored by the Washington Speech & Hearing Association. This program is approved for 16 CECHs. Individuals wishing to receive OSPI continuing education clock hours must sign an OSPI clock hour registration form available at the registration desk when signing-in at this course. (There is a $10.00 fee for OSPI clock hours; see registration form).
Rehab Seminars is a member of the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT®) Professional Development Provider Registry. This two-day course meets the criteria for category 2.4 professional development activities for NBCOT® certification renewal. Number of contact hours earned: 16 hours (equivalent to 16 NBCOT® Professional Development Units).
Certificates of Course Completion will be provided to physical therapists upon completion of course requirements.
Criteria of Course Completion:
All attendees must sign in at the conference each morning and after lunch, each day. Attendees must attend the entire conference and submit a completed course evaluation form. For participants seeking ASHA, OSPI and/or WSPA credits, you must complete the appropriate participant forms. See a Rehab Seminars staff member at the registration table if you have any questions.
$325 Both Days
$199 One Day
Phone: (360) 379-6994
Fax: (360) 379-5271
Click here to register.
Source: Rehab Seminars