Friday, October 26th
Saturday, October 27th
1300 S. University Parks Dr.
Early intervention is one of the most important predictors of outcome for children who are at risk or who display established risks and/or delays. As professionals working with children born preterm and/or born full term, we need a complete and comprehensive understanding of the many facets of development that may be impacted by environmental and/or biological factors and how to assess and provide intervention with families and their young children.
This conference will have research and clinical experts from across the nation presenting their insights from their research in the areas of early assessment and intervention. Their topics range from language, cognitive, motor, swallowing, and literacy outcomes. This program is intended for professionals who work with children from birth to five, students in Communication Sciences and Disorders, and family members and caregivers.
Mrs. Janice Stewart, CCC-SLP
If you would like to register for the conference, please call (254) 710-2567 to request a registration form or click on the link below.
Presented by the Baylor Chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (11 1/2 TSHA CEU’s)