Published on August 9th, 20130
CASLPA’s 2013 Conference
This article has been republished from the Summer 2013 issue of Communiqué.
Please note that this article was originally published when Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) was called the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA).
Thank you to the 437 participants who attended CASLPA’s 38th conference in Victoria, BC. Congratulations and thanks to co-chairs Betty Norman Bray and Jennifer O’Donnell and the entire organizing committee for delivering such a fantastic event! Our sincere thanks to all of our generous sponsors.
You can find the conference session abstracts in the Spring 2013 issue of CJSLPA and session handouts are still posted on the CASLPA conference website. (Note: not all presenters submitted their handouts for posting.)
Delegates had a wonderful time at our 2013 Conference in Victoria, BC.
Webcasts From the 2013 CASLPA Conference
Although our 2013 annual conference has come and gone, the learning continues! Our webcast library now includes sessions from our most recent conference, featuring invited speakers Jay Rosenbek, Joseph Stemple, Geraldine Wallach, Jacqueline Hinckley and Megan Sutton as well as 10 contributed paper presentations.
We encourage all members — at any stage of your career — to take advantage of these valuable continuing education and professional development tools. For certified members, these webcasts are a great way to fulfill CEE requirements!
Free Webcasts for CASLPA Members:
- Silken Laumann’s keynote address “Can you hear me? Giving voice to one’s human potential. My personal journey of listening and learning through Autism”. (Please note: CASLPA members cannot earn CEEs by watching Silken Laumann’s keynote address.)
- The Competency-Based Assessment Framework Lunch & Learn Session
Just log into the Members-Only section of the SAC-OAC website to view these free webcasts.