Remediating Speech Sound Disorders-Part 3

Handout  Workshop Flyer

Using the SATPAC Program and Approach to Remediate Speech Sound Disorders-Part 3

(Carryover, Navigating the SATPAC Program, Research Studies, and Case Studies Using the Program)

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

Free Course Registration for course offering 0.3 ASHA CEUs

All times are Pacific Timezone

Available Sessions for Part 3
Date Time  
March 8, 2024 9:00 AM – 12:15 PM Register
Recorded Webinar Any Flyer  Register
Webinar Details
30 min Carryover
15 min Navigating the SATPAC Program
45 min Research/Peer Reviewed Studies
15 min Break
15 min Research/Peer Reviewed Studies (continued)
60 min Case Studies and Developing SATPAC Lists
15 min Evaluation and Final Questions

Course Objectives

  1. To demonstrate an understanding of successful techniques for carryover of error sound remediation into conversational speech
  2. To demonstrate an understanding of the various ways that the SATPAC Program can be customized for specific remediation of individual’s unique error patterns
  3. To compare SATPAC Peer-Reviewed studies with other methods for remediation of speech sounds

Learning Outcomes

The workshop is designed to train the SLP to:

  • Understand the rationale for various carryover techniques for successful application to conversation as measured by the quiz.
  • Recall the remediation success model of the SATPAC peer-reviewed studies as a justification for using a different non-traditional model of therapy
  • Demonstrate comprehension of the webinar through a score of 80%+ on the quiz


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 .3 ASHA 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)438-4426 (message phone) or

Non-Financial Disclosure: