Using the SATPAC Approach in Your Practice An Advanced Course for Experienced SATPAC Program Users
This workshop is for 0.6 ASHA CEUs
- February 6, 2020
- Courtyard Phoenix Airport
- 2621 S. 47th
- Phoenix, AZ 85034
|8:45||Multimodality Approach to /s/and /r/ Remediation|
|10:35||Remediating Other Sounds|
|11:05||SATPAC Program Overview|
|12:30||SATPAC Program Advanced Specifics|
|1:00||Case Studies and Developing SATPAC Lists by Presenter|
|2:00||Case Studies and Developing SATPAC Lists by Participants|
|3:15||Evaluation and Final Questions|
- To learn non-word consonant-vowel combinations based upon facilitating contexts into CVCCVC and other bisyllable combinations (i.e. VCCV, CVCCV, VCCVC).
- To learn the rationale for choosing which specific SATPAC lists based upon the student’s responses
- To learn how to use advanced techniques of the SATPAC Program (e.g. using the target sound in one list in more than one position)
- To learn how and when to transfer developed skills into real phrases, sentences and conversation
The workshop is designed to train the SLP to:
- Identify the 3 phases of the SATPAC Program, what each phase involves and the rationale for each phase and when to skip stages and lists at each stage
- Identify subtle errors in student productions that are keeping them from rapid remediation of their SSDs
- • Develop individualized SSD treatment plans using the SATPAC Approach in real case studies
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 ASHA CEUs (Advanced 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Sacks is a board member of the Oral-Motor Institute.