214 • 2018 ASHA CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK As of July 31, 2018 DAY/TIME/ LOCATION/ ROOM SESSION/ AREA/ CONTENT/ LEVEL/TYPE TITLE/ AUTHOR(S) ABSTRACT TH 11:15AM-11:45AM Westin, Galleria Tech C 4028 SLP FLU Intermediate Prof Educ Parent involvement With Preschool-age & School- age Who Stutter: What is Crucial? Lisa LaSalle, U of Redlands; Lesley Wolk, Private Practice In this session we will take a close look at the level of importance of parent involvement in childhood stuttering treatment. An overview of available evidence is presented as well as anecdotal case-based information. Included are techniques and strategies for parent involvement in both preschool and school-aged children who stutter. Basic directions for future research are also offered and discussed. TH 6:30PM-7:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech D 4029 SLP FLU Intermediate Prof Educ Treatment Goals for School-Age & Adolescent Children who Stutter: What Every SLP Should Know Craig Coleman, Marshall U This session will focus on helping speech-language pathologists write and target treatment goals for school-age and adolescent children who stutter. Emphasis will be placed on developing goals and activities to target all aspects of stuttering, not just surface level disfluencies. TH 7:00PM-7:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech D 4030 SLP FLU Intermediate Prof Educ Programming Van Riper: Using Sacco’s Innovations in Intensive Stuttering Treatment to Enrich Your Therapeutic Approach Nathan Maxfield, U of South Florida Aimed at helping people with exceptionally severe stuttering achieve rapid gains in stuttering and fluency management, Pat Sacco programmed Dr. Charles Van Riper’s treatment approach by making several innovations that he implemented in an intensive treatment setting. These craft innovations, presented here, are likely to be useful for Speech-Language Pathologists working with adolescents and adults who stutter in any setting. TH 4:30PM-5:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech H 4031 GI GLOB Introductory Prof Educ Establishment of an African Resource Data-Base of Speech, Language & Audiology Materials Mellissa Bortz, Independent Contractor, Early Intervention There has been a lack of SLP/A assessment and treatment materials for African clients. Materials have been devised but not collated. Therefore, the aim of this project was to develop a database of African materials for SLP/ As. The database was established using Google Docs. Currently there are 150 entries on the database. New materials continue to be collected. TH 5:00PM-5:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech H 4032 GI GLOB Advanced Prof Educ Language & Culture in Speech-Language & Hearing Professions in South-Africa: Confronting Dangers of a Single Story Katijah Khoza-Shangase, Wits U; Munyane Mophosho, Wits U Post-apartheid South Africa (SA) faces numerous challenges with regards to adapting to cultural and linguistic diversity (CLD) influences on speech- language and hearing services. Currently, SA is confronting issues relating to transformation of the society, economy, education, as well as health services. This presentation is aimed at confronting limited CLD in training, research and service provision in SA. TH 2:00PM-2:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech D 4033 GI IDHT Introductory Prof Educ Putting Research Into Practice: Performing Research as a Clinician Kathryn Kreidler, Step One Early Intervention; Allison Hilger, Northwestern U Avenues for conducting research as a clinician will be discussed. Practical steps will be provided for how to conduct a research project in clinical practice. An example project will be reviewed by one of the authors who completed a research project in early intervention. TH 3:00PM-3:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech D 4034 GI IDHT Intermediate Research Multiple Sclerosis Cognitive-Linguistic Checklist: Correlation Between Objective & Subjective Measures Depending on Patient Reported Sleep Lori Kostich, Mount Sinai Rehab Hosp/ Mandell Ctr Persons managing Multiple Sclerosis (pmMS) report functional deficits within the scope of practice of the SLP due to lack of sleep. This project shows use of subjective patient report tools, such as the Multiple Sclerosis Cognitive-Linguistic Checklist (MSC-LC) demonstrate a significant difference in patient report of cognitive deficit, while objective scored do not, when a pmMS reports lack of sleep. TH 7:00PM-7:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4035 GI IPC Intermediate Prof Educ It Takes a Village to Raise Them: IPC Opportunities to Access Resources Carolyn Perry, Texas Tech U Health Sciences Ctr; Christie Beauregard, Texas Tech U Health Sciences Ctr; Renee Bogschutz, Texas Tech U Health Sciences Ctr; Amy Boothe, Texas Tech U Health Sciences Ctr; Doug Dendy, Texas Tech U Health Sciences Ctr; Hollis Franco, Texas Tech U Health Sciences Ctr; Sarah McDonald, Lubbock ECI Svcs; Dawndra Sechrist, Texas Tech U Health Sciences Ctr; Cindi Tiongco, Texas Tech U Health Sciences Ctr TTUHSC faculty and students across four academic programs collaborated with community agencies in an interprofessional collaborative practice event to highlight university and community partnerships. A two-phase learning activity was created for students to learn with and from each other. The end product was a Toy Fair and Expo for families of children receiving ECI services. TH 11:45AM-12:15PM Westin, Galleria Tech F 4036 SLP LDA Intermediate Research On the Dynamics of Oral Sentence Production over Time as Revealed through Use of Prepositions Jacqueline Stark, Int'l Federation on Aging In ongoing language processing, oral sentence production requires the interaction of several linguistic levels and accurate timing. In this endeavor prepositions play an important role in their interaction with verbs and nouns. Longitudinal analyses of the prepositions produced by a person with Broca’s aphasic across 15 years in oral sentence production reveal a telling pattern of interaction across time. TH 10:15AM-10:45AM Westin, Galleria Tech G 4037 SLP LITP Introductory Prof Educ Assessment & Intervention for Children at Pre- Linguistic Stages of Development Samantha Rotenberg, CUNY Queens Coll; Sima Gerber, CUNY Queens Coll; Krista MacDonald, Queens Coll This presentation will demonstrate the use of a developmental assessment tool intended for children from birth through 36 months as well as older children who are functioning at early levels of communication. The clinical applications of the assessment procedure which include identifying strengths and challenges across language capacities, generating early language goals, and measuring progress over time will be discussed.