Alaska Speech Language Hearing Association
Learn more about our amazing speakers and informative webinars below. More information will be added as it becomes available!
What’s New in ASHA’s Code of Ethics?
Presented by Laura Young-Campbell
Thursday June 8
This session will review a variety of scenarios, which may produce ethical dilemmas in work settings. Additionally, a review of ASHA’s Revised Code of Ethics (2023) and Ethics statements will be provided. This session includes topics of confidentiality, billing, conflicts of interest, employer demands, and client abandonment. Strategies will be presented to help professionals determine if an ethical dilemma exists, what course of action to take, and how to avoid future potential ethical dilemmas.
You will be able to:
Ms. Laura Young-Campbell, MS, CCC-SLP, is a Fellow of ASHA and was awarded Life-Time Achievement by AKSHA. She is a 40-year veteran of the public schools continuing to provide contract services and CF mentoring. Additionally, Laura was a clinical faculty member at the University of Alaska’s graduate SLP clinic for thirteen summers.
Laura has served ASHA in many capacities, most recently as a member of the Board of Ethics/Ethics Education Subcommittee. Additional ASHA service includes past SIG 16 Coordinator and coordinating committee member, elected to the Committee of Honors and both the Legislative and Advisory Councils. In Alaska, Laura has demonstrated an ongoing record of leadership having previously served as President of AKSHA, AK-SEAL, executive board member and chair of various committees. Professional service extending beyond ASHA/AkSHA includes Board of Directors and Vice Chair for AK Statewide Special Education Conference and former member of the AK Governor's Council Working Group for FASD.
Offered for .1 CEU
Bringing a Super Vision to Supervision: Beyond Heuristics
Presented by Dr. Karen Gallagher
Thursday, July 20
In this session, we will focus on mentoring clinical decision-making in graduate clinicians and clinical fellows. Models of supervision will be discussed along with frameworks for implementing evidence based practice. Practical strategies for fostering independent clinical judgement and reducing bias will be provided.
After attending this session, participants will be able to:
1) State requirements for supervision
2) Describe commonly used models of supervision
3) Identify heuristic vs analytical decision-making processes
4) Implement strategies to mentor analytical clinical decision-making
Offered for .2 CEU
Introduction to Tobii Dynavox: Resources and The Funding Process
Presented by Blaire Sellers, Tobii Dynavox
Thursday, August 10
5:00 - 6:30pm
-Introduction of Tobii Dynavox, including TD Snap software and availability to all SLPs for free with TD for Professionals -Introduction to the Tobii Dynavox Learning Hub, full of resources and CEUs -Case study to show the process from identifying potential benefit of AAC, to identifying access method and device, through the funding process -Introduction to the eFunding Portal and funding resources available to SLPs
Offered for .15 CEU