2018 ASHA CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK • 217 TECHNICAL CLINICAL SESSIONS • FRIDAY DAY/TIME/ LOCATION/ ROOM SESSION/ AREA/ CONTENT/ LEVEL/TYPE TITLE/ AUTHOR(S) ABSTRACT FR 8:00AM-8:30AM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4053 GI ACE Intermediate Prof Educ Flipped Over COMD Instruction: Delivery, Assessment, Student Preferences & Recommendations for Practice Jessica Berry, South Carolina St U; Kennyatta Gilchrist, South Carolina St U The “flipped classroom” facilitates student-centered educational instruction. It rearranges the time spent inside and outside of class, allowing ownership to shift from the instructor to the student by assigning instructional content (i.e. video lectures) as homework and using class time for active learning. The current study presents data from graduate students that show their preference for the “flipped classroom” model. FR 8:30AM-9:00AM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4054 GI ACE Introductory Prof Educ Using Reflective Journals to Enhance Clinical Skills Development Amanda Stead, Pacific U; Marcia Frost, Pacific U; Breanne Thornton, Pacific U Evidence has shown that reflective journaling can have positive impacts on clinical skill development and student growth. Important training and planning is necessary to implement true reflection within writing. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the positive benefits of reflective journaling, some suggestions for implementation, and the results pilot study using reflective journals in a non-traditional clinical setting. FR 9:00AM-9:30AM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4055 GI ACE Intermediate Prof Educ A Model of Interprofessional Education in Clinical Placements for SLP & Dietetic Students Denise Ludwig, Grand Valley St U; Brenda Pawl, Grand Valley St U; Susan McGraw, RehabCare A model of Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice [IPE/CP] pedagogy within a clinical education placement for healthcare students in preprofessional training programs is discussed. A model of collaboration for interprofessional education and practice was implemented in a skilled nursing facility for speech-language pathology and dietetics students for the purpose of cross-discipline learning within four domains of IPEC core competencies. FR 9:30AM-10:00AM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4056 GI ACE Introductory Prof Educ A Hybrid model of CFY Training Within a Community & Home Based Neurorehabilitation Program Theresa Dawson, BrainLink Lab A hybrid model of mentoring Speech/Language Pathology Clinical Fellows in the community based neurorehabilitation setting will be described. In this setting, the CF develops special skills with fewer opportunities for daily face to face interaction with other professionals. A combination of in-person and online mentoring activities can facilitate collaboration and build a sense of community for these clinicians. FR 10:30AM-11:00AM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4057 GI ACE Intermediate Prof Educ Expanding University-Based AuD Training Clinics to Include Infant Diagnostic Services Caitlin Sapp, U of Iowa This presentation will describe the University of Iowa’s experience expanding the Au.D. program’s university clinic to include infant diagnostic services. Lack of infant diagnostic audiology services including non-sedated ABR contributes to missing EHDI benchmarks. Including these services in a university-based audiology training clinic expands access and provides important early exposure to these concepts to audiology graduate clinicians. FR 5:00PM-5:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech G 4058 GI CAP Intermediate Prof Educ Assessing the Predictability of Auditory Processing Screeners in Identifying Individuals With Central Auditory Processing Disorder Brittanie Baker, Bloomsburg U; Mohsin Ahmed Shaikh, Bloomsburg U of PA; Amanda Levy, Bloomsburg U of PA The use of screening tools to provide an insight in identifying individuals with (C)APD has been questioned among professionals. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to retrospectively determine the relationship between six screening tools and their ability to predict the findings of (C) APD diagnostic tests. The clinical implications for the use of (C)APD screening battery will be discussed. FR 5:30PM-6:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech G 4059 GI CAP Intermediate Research Degree of Ear Asymmetry & Its Implications in Diagnosis of Amblyaudia Amanda Levy, Bloomsburg U of PA; Mohsin Ahmed Shaikh, Bloomsburg U of PA; Brittanie Baker, Bloomsburg U Ear asymmetry is an accepted indicator of (C)APD, however, there is no agreement about the degree of ear asymmetry to classify an individual as having amblyaudia. This study retrospectively examines the relationship between the degree of ear asymmetry, (C)AP diagnostic test results, and listening difficulties among individuals with (C)APD. Findings of this study has implications in the diagnosis of Amblyaudia. FR 9:30AM-10:00AM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4060 SLP AAC Introductory Prof Educ Withdrawn Dynamic Visual-Graphic Instruction to Support Academic & Social-Emotional Outcomes Stephanie Hubbell, Neighborhood Charter Sch: Harlem Throughout this jam-packed presentation, attendees will learn how providing dynamic visual-graphic instruction – a form of augmented input – supports academic and social-emotional gains of verbal students with language-based and social-cognitive disabilities. The ultimate goal of this presentation is to empower speech and language providers to see dynamic visual-graphic intervention as as-natural-an extension of the therapeutic process as spoken language. FR 8:00AM-8:30AM Westin, Galleria Tech C 4061 SLP ASD Introductory Prof Educ Pre-linguistic Communication Intervention for Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Valerie Boyer, Southern Illinois U Carbondale; Daniel Hrycyk, Southern Illinois U Carbondale; Maria Franca, Southern Illinois U Carbondale This session aims to link research on pre-linguistic communication for young children with autism spectrum disorders to clinical examples and clinical outcomes. Pre-linguistic communication intervention includes joint attention, imitation, and non-verbal functional communication. Three clinical cases from a university clinic serving young children with autism provide the opportunities to illustrate our use of evidence-based practice to facilitate pre-linguistic development. Technical Clinical Sessions • Friday (30 Minutes) See page 249 for Topic Area abbreviations.