2017 Fall Workshops

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Remediating the 7 Most Common Error Sounds Using the SATPAC Approach

( Workshop Description )

By Stephen Sacks, M.A., CCC-SLP

This workshop is for 0.6 ASHA CEUs

 

A Letter To My Colleagues

  • Kansas City, MO-October 12, 2017
  • Courtyard Kansas City Airport
  • 7901 NW Tiffany Springs Parkway
  • Kansas City, MO 64153

 

  • St. Louis, MO-October 13, 2017
  • Courtyard  St. Louis Wesport Plaza
  • 11888 Westline Industrial Dr.
  • St. Louis, MO 63146

 

  • Chicago, IL-October 26, 2017
  • Courtyard Chicago Oakbrook Terrace
  • 6 Trans Am Plaza Drive
  • Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

 

  • Minneapolis, MN-October 27, 2017
  • Courtyard Bloomington by Mall of America
  • 7800 Bloomington Avenue South
  • Bloomington, MN 55425

 

  • Elk Grove, CA-November 2, 2017
  • Fairfield Inn and Suites Sacramento Elk Grove
  • 8058 Orchard Loop Lane
  • Elk Grove, CA 95624

 

  • Palo Alto, CA-November 3, 2017
  • Courtyard Palo Alto – Los Altos
  • 4320 El Camino Real
  • Los Altos, CA 94022

 

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Workshop Schedule
8:30 Intro
8:45 O-M Principles
9:15 Multimodality Approach to /s/ and /r/ Remediation
10:30 Stretch Break/Questions
10:45 Multimodality Approach to /s/ and /r/ Remediation (cont.)
11:15 SATPAC Program Specifics/ Other Essentials
11:35 Lunch
12:30  Remediating Other Sounds Using the SATPAC Approach
1:00 Navigating the SATPAC program
1:30  Case Studies and Developing SATPAC Lists
3:15 Evaluation and Final Questions
3:30 End

Course Objectives

  1. To learn an efficient, systematic way to do articulation/phonology therapy with emphasis on the /r/ and /s/ sounds
  2. To learn the necessary prerequisite oral-motor skills
  3. To learn nonsense consonant-vowel combinations based upon facilitating contexts into CVCCVC contexts using coarticulation
  4. To learn how to transfer developed skills into real phrases, sentences and conversation

Learning Outcomes

The workshop is designed to train the SLP to:

  • Explain the rationale for and explain how to achieve stabilization of the lips, jaw and tongue
  • Identify the 3 phases of the SATPAC Program, what each phase involves and the rationale for each phase
  • Develop individualized articulation and phonology disorders treatment plans using the SATPAC Approach
  • Develop specific treatment programs using case studies

Comments

“What a great time saver.”

“This was probably the clearest, most functional presentation on artic./phonology I’ve seen in recent memory.”

“I can’t imagine improving on the info today.”

“Too bad all workshops aren’t this helpful.”

“This was a great in-service.”

“Your training was fabulous!.”

“Wow, what a lot of work and thought you put into this program.”

“What a useful product and approach.”

“What a contribution to our field!”

“Great system. I have used it with success.”

 

CEUs

SATPAC Speech is approved by the Continuing Education Board of ASHA to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology. This program is offered for .6 CEUs (Intermediate level; Professional area). ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.

 

Statement of Disclosure

Stephen Sacks is the owner of SATPAC Speech and receives monetary compensation from the sale of the SATPAC Program. Content will focus primarily on the SATPAC program/approach.

Questions? Call (559)360-0839 or (559)438-4426 or steve@satpac.com

 

Non-Financial Disclosure:

Stephen Sacks is a board member of the Oral-Motor Institute.