HANDS-ON/DEMO LABS 2018 ASHA CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK • 89 FRIDAY, NOV 16 • 1:00PM-3:00PM CC, HALL C LAB 1 LAB 2 LAB 3 LAB 4 HL13  Demo: Technology That Supports: The Lena System & Ida Institute HT; Intermediate; Prof Educ This session is developed by, and presenters invited by, Hearing and Tinnitus Across the Lifespan. In this Hands on Lab the attendee can experience 1) the LENA system, a tool to assess and analyze conversational turn-taking, brain processing, and conversational development in numerous disorders (not just hearing loss); and 2) various tools developed by the Ida Institute, nonprofit organization working to integrate person-centered care in hearing/ tinnitus (re)habilitation. Experience and talk to these experts. AUTHOR(S): Christine Yoshinaga- Itano, U of Colorado Boulder HL14  Demo: RHDBank & RHDBank Grand Rounds: Resources for Research & Education in Right Hemisphere Brain Damage LDA; Intermediate; Prof Educ RHDBank is a shared, multi-media database for studying discourse in adults with right hemisphere brain damage (RHD). A Grand Rounds webpage was developed with case examples from RHDBank to illustrate discourse deficits. This hands-on session will demonstrate how to use these freely available web-based tools in research and teaching. Interested participants will also learn how to contribute to RHDBank. AUTHOR(S): Melissa Johnson, Nazareth Coll; Davida Fromm, Carnegie-Mellon U; Jamila Minga, North Carolina Central U; Brian MacWhinney, CMU HL12  Hands-on: What’s in a Tinnitus Device? HT; Intermediate; Prof Educ This Hands On Lab will have representatives from Oticon, GN ReSound, Widex and Phonak to allow an interactive experience with their tinnitus devices as well as the representatives. It will increase the attendees comfort level when working with devices designed to manage tinnitus through sound therapy. Come to touch and experience these manufacturers devices/programs. AUTHOR(S): Katherine Pick, GN ReSound; Ken Gordon, GN ReSound; Virginia Ramachandran, Oticon; Peggy Sheets, Phonak; David Lisko, Widex; James Martin, Widex HL15  Hands-on: A Guide to Vestibular Assessment: How to Perform & Interpret VEMP & VHIT VEST; Intermediate; Prof Educ This session is developed by, and presenters invited by, Vestibular/ Balance Issues Across the Lifespan. This session will provide a hands on practical approach to state-of-the art vestibular assessment. A short overview on video head impulse testing (VHIT) and vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMP) will be provided with case examples. Guided instruction on patient set-up, data collection and interpretation of test results will be provided. AUTHOR(S): Cammy Bahner, Interacoustics U.S. & Micromedical Technologies; Julie Honaker, Cleveland Clinic FRIDAY, NOV 16 • 3:30PM-5:30PM CC, HALL C LAB 1 LAB 2 LAB 3 LAB 4 HL18  Demo: Best Practice for Implementing Constant Therapy in the Clinic & As a Home Program TELE; Introductory; Prof Educ Constant Therapy (CT) is a personalized cognitive, speech, and language therapy program that is used across clinical settings and as a home program. Clinicians will learn to utilize CT, including implementing exercises in therapy sessions, assigning and monitoring homework, and analyzing data. Training is tailored to each clinician’s previous knowledge of CT, and clinician questions and comments will be addressed. AUTHOR(S): Emily Dubas, Constant Therapy Withdrawn HL17  Hands- on: Designing Social Skills Programs for School-Age Children HL16  Hands-on: Embracing Technology & Innovation for Providers Working With Children With Hearing Loss DHH; Introductory; Prof Educ This session is developed by, and presenters invited by, Hearing, Language, and Speech in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Birth to School Transition. This hands-on session will enhance familiarization with various hearing aids/cochlear implants, and hearing assistive technology (DM/FM systems) that may be encountered in the school system. Each station will be staffed by providers with practical experience working with technological innovations who can guide you with troubleshooting, classroom acoustics, verification measures – all tools important in supporting children with hearing loss. AUTHOR(S): Tina Childress, Urbana Sch Dist; Caleb McNiece, Mid-Shore Special Educ Consortium; Donna Smiley, Arkansas Children’s Hosp; Derek Stiles, Boston Children’s Hosp; Anita Vereb, U of Michigan; Elizabeth Walker, U of Iowa