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2018


December

5
Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® Workshop
Join us in Perth, WA on December 5-7, 2018 for the It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification workshop!
This 3-day workshop is for Speech-Language pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families. With hands-on interactive training, you’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child. When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you will be certified to lead It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delay.

Space is Limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org. 

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org
 
13
PECS Level 1 Training - Melbourne
This intensive two-day training is designed to teach participants the theory behind the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) and the protocols for how to appropriately implement the six phases of PECS.
PECS is used to rapidly teach communication skills to those with limited functional speech. PECS promotes communication within a social context, without lengthy prerequisite training. Training begins by teaching a spontaneous request and goes on to teach additional communicative functions such as responding to questions and commenting. An added attraction for preschool children with autism and related disabilities is the high proportion of children who acquire independent speech. Participants will learn how to implement the six phases of PECS, plus attributes, through presenter demonstrations, video examples and role-play opportunities. Participants will leave the workshop with an understanding of how to implement PECS with individuals with autism, related developmental disabilities, and/or limited communication skills.

Event Contact: 
Vicki Grandison
Email: vgrandison@pecs.com

15 FREE Supervision workshops for health and human services workers
Monash Centre for Scholarship in Health Education (MCSHE) is excited to offer FREE Supervision workshops in 2018
We are  continuing to offer  FREE workshops to enhance the supervision skills of health and human services workers across Victoria. We will be offering two different workshops from October 2017 until mid-2020 across all of Victoria.
Introduction to the Supervision of Students Workshop 
- This workshop aims to help supervisors of students to develop supervisory knowledge, skills, attitudes and practices and will focus on the educational aspects of supervision.

Introduction to the Supervision of Peers and Colleagues Workshop 
- This workshop aims to help supervisors of peers and colleagues to develop their supervisory knowledge, skills, attitudes and practices and will focus on the supportive aspects of supervision.
These have been funded as part of the ice action plan funded by the Department of Health and Human Services.
For more information, dates and registration please go to our website

Contact:
Vicki Edouard
Email: mcshe.admin@monash.edu

17 Hanen’s It Takes Two to Talk® Workshop
Join us in Perth, WA on December 17-19, 2018 for the It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification workshop!

This 3-day workshop is for Speech Pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families. With hands-on interactive training, you’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child. When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you will be certified to lead It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delay.

Space is Limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org 

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org


 

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August

12 17th Deafblind International World Conference
12-16 August 2019
Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort
The theme for the conference is ‘Sharing the Knowledge to ACT: Accessibility. Communication. Technology. "Now is your time to ACT!” Each day of the conference will feature one of these three themes (ACT). The conference offers a rich and engaging program featuring worldwide perspectives on accessibility, communication and technology to empower the deafblind community. Register online

Event Contact: Brodi Newsome
Email: brodi@icebergevents.com.au
 
   

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May

17 Assessment and Treatment for Selective Mutism in Children
A one-day seminar for speech therapists, psychologists,  social workers, school learning support teams, and other mental health care workers. We are running this seminar on Friday 17 May 2019 at the Crows Nest Centre in Sydney, and on Friday 31 May 2019 in Melbourne.

A comprehensive one-day seminar outlining multidimensional strategies around the assessment and treatment of Selective Mutism in Children. This workshop is recommended for Speech Therapists, Psychologists,  School Learning Support teams, and other mental health care workers. 

Sydney Workshop -  Friday 17 May 2019.

Melbourne Workshop - Friday 31 May 2019.

Event Contact: Laura Fulton
Email: workshops@selectivemutism.com.au

   

April

4 2019 Language, Literacy and Learning Conference
Three days, up to 100 speakers, great resources and an amazing opportunity for anyone with an interest in improving literacy and numeracy outcomes for all students. This incredible event is not to be missed! 

The Language, Literacy and Learning Conference will provide a wealth of information on the factors influencing the successful acquisition of skills in language, literacy and numeracy. It will be particularly relevant to teachers, principals and administrators, psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, tutors, parents and other key stakeholders concerned with the effective education and support of all school-aged children - including those with learning difficulties.

The Call for Papers is open until Friday September 14.

Conference Location: Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Western Australia

Conference Date: Thursday April 4 to Saturday April 6, 2019

Find out more.

Event Contact: Alison Perry / Gemma Boyle
Email: conference@dsf.net.au

12 Hanen's More Than Words® Workshop
Join us in Melbourne, VIC on April 12-14, 2019 to learn how to make the biggest difference for young children with autism and their families. The More Than Words® workshop is newly updated to provide you with even more effective tools for zeroing in on the very specific needs of young children with autism and addressing those needs with evidence-based, family-centered techniques. Updates include a new assessment and goal-setting framework, as well as enhanced intervention strategies that target the most important areas of difficulty for children with autism.

Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email Lori Kientz.
Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org

   

March

6 Hanen Learning Language and Loving It™ Workshop

Join us at a Learning Language and Loving It™ Certification Workshop in Melbourne, VIC on March 6-8, 2019!

If you or someone you know trains or consults to educators of young children, the Hanen Centre has a training opportunity that's worth investing in. The Learning Language and Loving It Certification workshop equips you to deliver an evidence-based training to educators that has been shown to change teacher interactive behaviour in the long-term and increase children's language use.

Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org. 

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org

7 Hanen's More Than Words® Workshop
Join us in Newcastle, NSW on March 7-9, 2019 to learn how to make the biggest difference for young children with autism and their families. The More Than Words® workshop is newly updated to provide you with even more effective tools for zeroing in on the very specific needs of young children with autism and addressing those needs with evidence-based, family-centered techniques. Updates include a new assessment and goal-setting framework, as well as enhanced intervention strategies that target the most important areas of difficulty for children with autism.

Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email Lori Kientz.

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org

7 Hanen More Than Words® Workshop 
Join us in Townsville, QLD on March 7-9, 2019 to learn how to make the biggest difference for young children with autism and their families. The More Than Words workshop is newly updated to provide you with even more effective tools for zeroing in on the very specific needs of young children with autism and addressing those needs with evidence-based, family-centered techniques. Updates include a new assessment and goal-setting framework, as well as enhanced intervention strategies that target the most important areas of difficulty for children with autism.

Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org.

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org

9
MDTP Certification Course
MDTP is a systematic exercise-based approach to dysphagia therapy in adults.  Rather than a specific technique, MDTP is a framework from which to provide individualized therapy to adult patients.  This one-day intermediate course introduces participants to the conceptual basis of MDTP, provides the results of initial clinical studies documenting functional and physiologic benefits from MDTP intervention, describes in detail the components of MDTP, and provides step by step instruction for the evaluation and treatment of patients receiving the MDTP approach.


Event Contact:Isaac Sia
Email: isaac_sia@nuhs.edu.sg

11 National Paediatric Dietetic Training -Module 1 - Paediatric Nutrition for Life
The National Paediatric Dietetic Training Course is the first of its kind in Australia. It is the result of a unique partnership between the Centre for Advanced Learning of the Dietitians Association of Australia and ChildD (a small group of leading paediatric dietitians in Australia). 

The course is specifically designed to educate and upskill participants in the basics and complexities of dietetic management in children. It not only highlights and identifies the current guidelines and evidence, but also provides the ‘how to’ when managing these patients in every day practice.

Module one – Paediatric Nutrition for life 
Module one provides an introduction to paediatric dietetics and gives participants a working knowledge and experience of evidence-based practice in the areas of growth, nutrition assessment, infant feeding and common childhood issues such as obesity and faltering growth. 

 
Event Contact: Emily Galbraith
Email: learningcentre@daa.asn.au

16
Key Word Sign Australia (Victoria) 1 day Basic workshop

The one day introduction to 
Key Word Sign workshop includes:

• An interactive teaching environment; 
• Learning a basic vocabulary of signs to use in everyday settings;
• How to choose which signs to teach;
• Principles of Key Word Sign and Gesture;
• How sign helps communication development.

Every participant in a Victorian Calendar 
Key Word Sign workshop gets the current edition of  Getting started with Key Word Sign 
(Auslan Edition)

Open to professionals, parents and families, support staff and anyone else in a person life.

We are NDIS registered. 

All enquiries to training@keywordsignvictoria.org

Event Contact: Zita Canning
Email: admin@keywordsignvictoria.org

18
2 Day Learn to write Easy English
Easy English is a means to ensure more meaningful participation and inclusion in health, community, home and workplaces for those with limited literacy skills. It is an essential component of any suite of publications developed by you for the public. 

The research tells us 44% of the adult Australian population do not have the literacy skills to manage a range of day to day reading tasks. Numerical literacy, which much of Health literacy uses, is a further 10% of people, being 54%. Easy English interprets documents into simple everyday language, supported with images. It means more people can, read, understand, actively use written information. 

As Speech Pathologists it should be essential skills at our finger tips for our clients. Cathy has been developing and writing and training in this area for 14 years. 

Training is being run in partnership with People with Disability Australia.

Event Contact: Cathy Basterfield
Email:cathy@accesseasyenglish.com.au
 
25
2 Day Learn to write Easy English
Easy English is a means to ensure more meaningful participation and inclusion in health, community, home and workplaces for those with limited literacy skills. It is an essential component of any suite of publications developed by you for the public. 

The research tells us 44% of the adult Australian population do not have the literacy skills to manage a range of day to day reading tasks. Numerical literacy, which much of Health literacy uses, is a further 10% of people, being 54%. Easy English interprets documents into simple everyday language, supported with images. It means more people can, read, understand, actively use written information. 

As Speech Pathologists it should be essential skills at our finger tips for our clients. Cathy has been developing and writing and training in this area for 14 years. 

Training is being run in partnership with People with Disability Australia.

Event Contact: Cathy Basterfield
Email:cathy@accesseasyenglish.com.au


 

February

LEGO-based Therapy Facilitator Training
LEGO-based therapy is a structured intervention for children with Autism, social communication delays or speech and language difficulties. Language and social communication skills are developed through facilitated group LEGO play. LEGO-based therapy is used widely in the UK and interest is growing around the world. Building Skills will be bringing LEGO-based therapy to Australia for the first time, and the training will be delivered by Dr Elinor Brett. Dr Brett is an Educational Psychologist from the UK with a specialism in LEGO-based therapy. The course is suitable for anyone wishing to set up LEGO-based therapy groups, including Speech and Language Pathologists and school staff. The training will be held at Mantra Southbank, Melbourne on 4 February 2019.

Event Contact: 
Building Skills
Email: info@building-skills.org
 
PECS Level 1 Training
This intensive two-day interactive training is designed to teach educational teams and parents the theory and protocol for the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), an evidence based practice. We begin with identifying key components to designing effective educational environments that foster communication. Through presenter demonstrations, video examples and role-play, you will learn the six phases of PECS, including how to teach spontaneous requests, attributes for expanding language, responding to questions and commenting. The workshop concludes with discussions about the relation between PECS and speech as well as criteria four transitioning from PECS to other communication modalities, such as speech generating devices (SGD).
What you will learn:
• Identify key components to designing an enriched learning environment using the Pyramid Approach to Education
• Identify strategies four creating opportunities four communication across the day
• Implement the six phases of the PECS protocol
• Discuss the evidence about PECS and its relationship to speech
• Examine the criteria four transitioning from PECS to other communication modalities such as speech and SGDs.
Melbourne: 6 & 7 Feb 2019
Sydney: 18 & 19 Feb 2019
Burnie: 25 & 26 Feb 2019

Event Contact: Vicki Grandison
Email: admin@pecsaustralia.com
 
8 Transitioning from PECS to SGDs (Speech Generating Devices)
Is your learner ready to transition to a Speech Generating Device? Do you need help selecting a device and/or preparing your learner for the transition? This training will help get your questions answered!

This full-day workshop will describe procedures for analysing a learner's current PECS skills to determine candidacy for transitioning to a Speech Generating Device (SGD), choosing a device, and teaching functional use of the device, and why we must teach the basic principles of communication to our learner first to ensure positive outcomes are achieved.

*Participants should bring a Speech Generating Device (SGD) to the training for use during a variety of activities

Event Contact: Pyramid Educational Consultants Australia
Email: admin@pecsaustralia.com
11 Dysphagia Disorders Workshops
Deakin University will present professional development workshops for speech pathologists, the DDS (Dysphagia Disorders Survey) Workshop series as designed by Dr Justine Joan Sheppard. The first day will include the certification workshop for dysphagia disorders survey (DDS), DMSS, choking risk assessment and pneumonia risk assessment.
Two further days in Understanding and improving swallowing and feeding function in adults and children with I/DD: Transition to safe, mature feeding skills, and Understanding and treating swallowing and feeding disorder in children with Cerebral Palsy will be held over sequential days between 11 and 13 February at Deakin's Downtown Room in Collins Street, Melbourne.

Event Contact: Stacie Bobele
Email: hsd-shortcourses@deakin.edu.au

14 NDIS Information Sessions
Amaze has been funded through the Department of Health & Human Services (NDIS Transition Support Package) to work with a number of practitioners (allied health, pediatricians etc.) to increase their understanding of the NDIS and how to better support families. 

The information delivered at these sessions will be tailored to health professionals and provide them resources and contacts to support them and their families into the future.

The session will focus on autism and the NDIS and is free and open to all allied health in both private and community practice.  Each session runs for approximately 90 minutes inclusive of question time.

Date: Thursday 14 February
Time : 5.30-7pm

Venue:
Sam Merrifield Library (Moonee Ponds)
762 Mt Alexander Rd, Moonee Ponds

A light dinner and refreshments will be served from 5 pm.

Event Contact:  Pamela Gatos
Email: pamela.gatos@amaze.org.au
18-19  2 Day Learn to write Easy English
Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 February 2019.
Sydney, NSW

Easy English is a means to ensure more meaningful participation and inclusion in health, community, home and workplaces for those with limited literacy skills. It is an essential component of any suite of publications developed by you for the public. 

The research tells us 44% of the adult Australian population do not have the literacy skills to manage a range of day to day reading tasks. Numerical literacy, which much of Health literacy uses, is a further 10% of people, being 54%. Easy English interprets documents into simple everyday language, supported with images. It means more people can, read, understand, actively use written information. 

As Speech Pathologists it should be essential skills at our finger tips for our clients. Cathy has been developing and writing and training in this area for 14 years. 

Training is being run in partnership with Koomarri Inc. 
Bookings can be made here.

Event Contact: Cathy Basterfield
Email: cathy@accesseasyenglish.com.au

20 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk®  Workshop
Join us in Perth, WA on February 20-22, 2019 for the It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification workshop! This 3-day workshop is for Speech-Language Pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families. With hands-on interactive training, you’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child. When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you will be certified to lead It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delay. Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! 

For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org.

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org

21
Supporting patients through the NDIS Access Process
The Brisbane North Allied Health Collaborative invites you to a free workshop on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and supporting patients through the access process.
Delivered by Carers Queensland, this practical workshop has been designed for non-government and private allied health providers. It will cover a number of relevant topics, including:
What is the NDIS? What supports can it provide?
Explaining eligibility criteria; is the NDIS right for my patient?
How to apply; who assists my patient?
How to provide evidence of disability to the NDIS; a functional approach to disability
NDIS resources for health professionals 
NDIS resources for patient

Time: 6.00 pm - registration and light supper provided 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm - workshop session
Venue: Brisbane North PHN Office, Level 2, 10 Endeavour Boulevard, North Lakes Qld 4509

There is no cost to attend. 

Event Contact: Emma White
Email: emma.white@brisbanenorthphn.org.au

22
AAC for Health Professionals
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) enables people to communicate when they are unable to meet their communication needs through speech alone. Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Teachers and other educators and support staff are all involved in supporting people to find the right AAC solution to meet their needs. With the AAC field rapidly changing it can be difficult to find and assess for the most appropriate solution.

This workshop unpacks the various types of AAC solutions and explores the journey towards obtaining AAC. Key assessment frameworks and key considerations that inform AAC prescription will be addressed. Attendees will also develop an increased awareness of alternate access.

Objectives:
-Understand the role and purpose of AAC
-Be aware of the categories of AAC
-Be aware of different low tech and high tech AAC systems
-Be able to identify the key assessment frameworks for AAC consideration
-Be aware of alternative access options, and some understanding of the clinical considerations for these access options
-Be aware of the journey towards obtaining an AAC system
-Know where to find support in the future

Event Contact: Jayden Moore
Email: jaydenmoore@lifetec.org.au

23
Discover Myo Munchee - Protocols For A New Generation 
It took some time but now you are welcome to Join us at our official Protocols For A New Generation Launch.

We want you to deepen your understanding of this most versatile tool and to do so we have prepared an expert training team from fields in Dental , Speech and Language Pathology, Chiropractic and Myofunctional therapy. They will come together to share insights and provide specific information relevant to your field to support simple integrations.  

We are Kicking off in Melbourne  and then further cities around Australia before Europe and USA later in 2019.Please find booking Information @ the link below 

Event Contact: Nathen Dainney
Email: sales@myomunchee.com

24

Key Word Sign Australia (Victoria) 1 day Basic workshop
The one day introduction to
Key Word Sign workshop includes:

• An interactive teaching environment;
• Learning a basic vocabulary of signs to use in everyday settings;
• How to choose which signs to teach;
• Principles of Key Word Sign and Gesture;
• How sign helps communication development.

Every participant in a Victorian Calendar
Key Word Sign workshop gets the current edition of  Getting started with Key Word Sign
(Auslan Edition)

Open to professionals, parents and families, support staff and anyone else in a person life.

We are NDIS registered.

All enquiries to training@keywordsignvictoria.org

Event Contact: Zita Canning
Email: admin@keywordsignvictoria.org

25
AAC for Health Professionals - Brisbane
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) enables people to communicate when they are unable to meet their communication needs through speech alone. Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Teachers and other educators and support staff are all involved in supporting people to find the right AAC solution to meet their needs. With the AAC field rapidly changing it can be difficult to find and assess for the most appropriate solution.

This workshop unpacks the various types of AAC solutions and explores the journey towards obtaining AAC. Key assessment frameworks and key considerations that inform AAC prescription will be addressed. Attendees will also develop an increased awareness of alternate access.

Objectives:
-Understand the role and purpose of AAC
-Be aware of the categories of AAC
-Be aware of different low tech and high tech AAC systems
-Be able to identify the key assessment frameworks for AAC consideration
-Be aware of alternative access options, and some understanding of the clinical considerations for these access options
-Be aware of the journey towards obtaining an AAC system
-Know where to find support in the future

Event Contact: Jayden Moore
Email:jaydenmoore@lifetec.org.au

25-26  2 Day Learn to write Easy English
Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 February 2019.
Canberra, ACT
Easy English is a means to ensure more meaningful participation and inclusion in health, community, home and workplaces for those with limited literacy skills. It is an essential component of any suite of publications developed by you for the public. 

The research tells us 44% of the adult Australian population do not have the literacy skills to manage a range of day to day reading tasks. Numerical literacy, which much of Health literacy uses, is a further 10% of people, being 54%. Easy English interprets documents into simple everyday language, supported with images. It means more people can, read, understand, actively use written information. 

As Speech Pathologists it should be essential skills at our finger tips for our clients. Cathy has been developing and writing and training in this area for 14 years. 

Training is being run in partnership with Koomarri Inc. 
Bookings can be made here.

Event Contact: Cathy Basterfield
Email: cathy@accesseasyenglish.com.au
27 Hanen More Than Words® Workshop 
Join us in Brisbane, QLD on February 27 – March 1, 2019 to learn how to make the biggest difference for young children with autism and their families. The More Than Words workshop is newly updated to provide you with even more effective tools for zeroing in on the very specific needs of young children with autism and addressing those needs with evidence-based, family-centered techniques. Updates include a new assessment and goal-setting framework, as well as enhanced intervention strategies that target the most important areas of difficulty for children with autism.

Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org.

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org

   

January

16 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk®  Workshop
Join us in Melbourne, VIC on January 16-18, 2019  for the It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification workshop! This 3-day workshop is for Speech-Language Pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families. With hands-on interactive training, you’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child. When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you will be certified to lead It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delay. Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly! 

For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org.

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org
 
18 Learn to Play by Karen Stagnitti
Learn to Play Therapy aims to develop the capacity in children to self-initiate their own pretend play. Being
able to play is essential to children because through play children learn about themselves and their world.
Pretend play is complex play and research evidence has shown that children who develop more complex
levels of pretend play increase in their abilities in social competence, narrative language, language,
self-regulation, creativity, and problem solving. Not all children develop complex levels of pretend play.
Reasons for this can be the child’s diagnosis (for example, children on the autism spectrum have difficulty developing spontaneous pretend play), the child’s environment, or no obvious reason.
Learn to Play Therapy is an evidence based therapy for developing in a child more complex levels
of spontaneous pretend play.

Contact: Leonie Schaumburg
Email:leonie@tagclinic.com.au
 
19 Derbyshire Language Scheme Certification Workshop

This 2 Day Certification Training will be held in Brisbane, at the Quest, Breakfast Creek. The Derbyshire Language Scheme (DLS) is a developmentally structured early intervention language program which facilitates language processing through play-based learning. The linked assessment and progress record facilitates data collection and individual programming. The Scheme is extensively used in the UK (The Better Start Communication Project, Law, Roulstone et al., 2012) and is increasingly popular in Australia for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Speech and Developmental Language Disorder, Developmental Delays, Hearing Impairment and those learning English as a Second Language. Places are filling fast. Please contact for registration forms or any queries. Registration closes 1 Dec 2018. 

Contact:
Sue Park
Email: 
susanepark@optusnet.com.au

21 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk®  Workshop
Join us in Sydney, NSW on January 21-23, 2019 for the It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification workshop! This 3-day workshop is for Speech Pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families. With hands-on interactive training, you’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child. When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you will be certified to lead It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delay.

Space is limited and our workshops fill quickly, email workshops@hanen.org.
 
Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org

21 Hanen It Takes Two To Talk®  Workshop
Join us in Holder, ACT on January 21-23, 2019for the It Takes Two to Talk® Hanen Certification workshop!

This 3-day workshop is for Speech Pathologists who work with young children with language delays (birth to 5 years) and their families. With hands-on interactive training, you’ll learn effective, research-based strategies for involving parents in the early intervention process to ensure the best possible outcomes for their child. When you take It Takes Two to Talk, you will be certified to lead It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Language Delay.

Space is Limited and our workshops fill quickly! For more information or to register, email workshops@hanen.org. 

Event Contact: Lorie Kientz
Email: workshops@hanen.org