90 • 2018 ASHA CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK As of July 31, 2018 SATURDAY, NOV 17 • 9:30AM-11:30AM CC, HALL C LAB 1 LAB 2 LAB 3 LAB 4 HL20  Demo: Improving Intervention for Individuals with Complex Communication Needs Using an Online Community of Practice AAC; Introductory; Prof Educ This session will introduce the Communication Matrix Community of Practice (CoP), a free online tool designed for parents and professionals to enhance educational programming for individuals who require AAC. The session will focus on exploring the features of the Communication Matrix CoP, including member bios, community forum, collections, and shared science. AUTHOR(S): Emily Quinn, Vanderbilt U & Oregon Health & Science U; Alexandria Cook, Oregon Health & Science U; Kristi Atkins, Oregon Health & Science U HL21  Hands On Lab: Ida Institute Tools for Supporting Person- Centered Care in Audiology HT; Intermediate; Prof Educ The Ida Institute is an independent, non-profit organization working to integrate person-centered care in hearing rehabilitation. Together with hearing care professionals around the world, we develop tools and resources to strengthen the counseling process. In this Hands on Lab, attendees can interact with Ida Institute, learn about person-centered care, and get a demonstration of our many free tools and resources. AUTHOR(S): Bert Meijers, IDA Inst HL19  Hands-on: Creating iPad Recipes & Gestures in the Context of AAC AAC; Intermediate; Prof Educ This hands-on, interdisciplinary session will focus on the application and programming of two iOS accessibility features, Recipes and Gestures, for accessing iOS applications using switches. Participants will receive hands-on training from a Speech Language Pathologist and Occupational Therapists to create their own iOS Recipes and Gestures and develop greater understanding of use within clinical practice. Please bring an iPad. AUTHOR(S): Alycia Berg, Boston Children’s Hosp; Loren McMahon, Boston Children’s Hosp; Jennifer Buxton, Boston Children’s Hosp HL22  Hands-on: A Comprehensive Language Curriculum Using Storybooks for Students in Kindergarten to Second Grade LLCA; Intermediate; Prof Educ This lab session will focus on creating and implementing an evidence-based language-literacy program for K-2 students. It is being used by SLPs in the City School District of Albany with positive results regarding student progress. It is designed to be implemented using an RTI model and is based on the ELA Common Core Curriculum. AUTHOR(S): Peggy Morehouse, City Sch Dist of Albany; Dawn Ray, City Sch Dist of Albany; Diane Lemieur, City Sch Dist of Albany SATURDAY, NOV 17 • 1:00PM-3:00PM CC, HALL C LAB 1 LAB 2 HL23  Demo: A Journey with ALS: AAC Lab Exploring Solutions from Message Banking to Eye- Gaze Access AAC; Introductory; Prof Educ Hands-on training to improve clinical skills for working with clients with anticipated loss of speech or progressive conditions like ALS. Message Banking Lab: Following demonstration you will independently bank messages and organize them on an SGD. Alternative Access Labs: Hands- on tours of SGD access methods (mouse dwell, head and eye tracking, etc.) vital to people with declining physical abilities. AUTHOR(S): Christopher Gibbons, Smartbox Assistive Technology HL24  Demo: Prolonged Speech as Stuttering Treatment: How to Do It, How to Teach It, & Why FLU; Introductory; Prof Educ Reviews and meta-analyses of the stuttering treatment literature identify variations of prolonged speech as a research-supported approach for helping adults who stutter achieve speech goals and achieve activity, participation, social-emotional, and related goals. This lab session will help participants learn to (a) model and explain prolonged speech itself, and (b) manage complete client- centered treatment programs using prolonged speech. AUTHOR(S): Anne Bothe Marcotte, U of Georgia; Nina Santus, U of Georgia; Jason Davidow, Hofstra U