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Your presentations helped me so much.  I've decided to start restructuring the way we teach ELD to offer more content-area support and tap into L1 at the high school level. I agree with you that the number of Long-Term ELLs we have is a direct result of a systemic issue, which hopefully I'll try to address.

Thanks so much for all of your information!
Andrea V. Lockard
Instructional Coach



Thanks again for your presentation. Just today I got info re: a potential referral for an ELL student. I was able to apply what I learned on Tuesday. That's a testament to your info--being able to use it immediately.
K. Ekstrum 


Deborah’s workshops were the first I had taken about ELL students in a while.

She provided a complete overview from current research to evidence based practices. Deborah’s passion and commitment to this field is evident. Her printed materials were well organized and useful. Deborah interspersed case studies which helped with applying knowledge learned. One of the reasons I wanted to take the workshop was because I had a complicated case involving a student with another language background. I needed to make decisions about assessment, curriculum and recommendations.

Deborah’s workshop provided me with the confidence to make these decisions and the knowledge that I needed to be cautious at the same time. I have used her materials frequently and have shared them with other members of my speech department. I would definitely take another one of her workshops -
Kathleen D., CCC, SLP,  School Speech Pathologist


Thanks so much for the presentation.  You are correct, I do believe you eventually answered their questions.

I have received a huge thanks from the pathologists that were able to participate. This was definitely worthwhile!
We may be in touch for future training opportunities.
(The webinar format makes it financially feasible)
Thanks again,
Judy V


Dear Ms. Deborah Chitester,
The 3 day workshop that you gave on The Struggling English Language Learner was extremely informative as well as thought provoking.  Our district learned a great deal and plans to follow up on several of your suggestions.  One such area included the Identification of Struggling ELLs.  Your suggestions for how to conduct Culturally Sensitive and Appropriate Assessments was exactly what we needed in our district.  We have created an Ethnographic Interview as a result that includes all the areas you have discussed.  As a result, we have been able to better identify these types of students.  There is a definite need in this district to become better informed on this topic.  Your workshop provided an excellent forum for us to ask questions, problem solve and voice opinions.  Looking forward to all other workshops as well as valuable information that you will provide our district.
Lori G


Deborah, thanks again for the very helpful and interesting workshop.  It was a pleasure meeting you too and I appreciated the conversation we had.  Helped me get some thoughts going in the right direction and am now making a plan of action.
Kathy C


 Hi Deborah,
You definitely left an impression from the NJSHA convention.You are so passionate about what you do, which I thought was great.... You had some great information quoted from various sources. We are passing on information to the other slp's and the director on what you presented. Lot's of great info.

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SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 SECOND LANGUAGE, LITERACY & LEARNING CONNECTION, LLC

    Attaining Success for Second Language Learners

www.slllc.org


Sales or promotions is not the focus of this course

Traumatic Brain Injury (Live)

Presenter: Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai, Ed. D. ABSNP

 

Disclosure: Financial: Author and presenter for SLLLC and receives compensation for these activities.

                    Non-Financial:  No relevant non-financial relationships exist

   

About the Presenter

 

As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology at Barry University, Miami, Florida. His clinical experience includes providing neuropsychological evaluations and diagnosis, psychoeducational testing and assessment and treatment planning for the Department of Psychological Services of Miami-Dade Public Schools, Division of Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury.  His fifteen years’ experience includes educational, medical and residential treatment settings. He provides comprehensive evaluations for a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders including traumatic brain injury, autism, executive function deficits, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, dyscalculia, apraxia, ataxia, written language disorders and other brain based disorders of childhood and adolescents.

 

Summary:

The neurophysiological consequences of traumas to the head with regard to translational and rotational acceleration, cavitation effects, shearing strain, cerebral swelling and edema, hematomas, and increased intracranial pressure were presented.

Learner outcomes:  Participants will be able to:

  1. describe brain damage in the neonate and young infant.
  2. describe traumatic brain injury and its associations with cerebral palsy and concomitant cognitive defects of varying degrees.
  3. describe and identify brain injury and traumatic head injury throughout infancy and toddlerhood, especially with the identification of battered babies.

Time ordered agenda      Live      4 contact  hours         

 

60 minutes            Classifications of Head Trauma

60 minutes            Perinatal Traumatic Damage (Non-Traumatic Brain Injury)

60 minutes            Long Term and Residual Neuropsychological Sequelae in Postnatal Traumatic Head Injury

60 minutes            Case analyses - Q and A

Continuing Education

Participants are expected to attend the entire program in order to receive recognition for program’s 4 Contact hours.

The program is offered for .4 ASHA CEU's      (Intermediate level, Professional Area)

 

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Unlocking The Engima of the Second Language Learner
Deborah Jill Chitester M.S.,CCC/SLP (Author)

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Bilingual Speech-Language and Educational Evaluations
Deborah Jill Chitester M.S.,CCC/SLP (Author)

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Language Development in the Young Second Language Learner of English
Deborah Jill Chitester M.S.,CCC/SLP (Author)

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Second Language Analyzer™ (SLA) E-Book
Deborah Jill Chitester M.S.,CCC/SLP (Author)

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Linguistic Features Analysis™ (LFA) E-Book

Deborah Jill Chitester M.S.,CCC/SLP (Author) 

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Testimonials Publications Print E-mail

 

Second Language Analyzer 

"Second Language Analyzer provides not only background information but also a structure for asking questions and rating responses that are important when considering the possible effects of a first language on the development of a second.  This is a critical and often-overlooked component in the pre-referral process."

Beth  L. M, CCC/SLP 


Bilingual Speech-Language and Educational Evaluations

"The material presented in the book is down-to-earth, practical, easy to understand, and long overdue. What educator has not struggled with labeling issues, particularly in cases where a student is classified in such a way that he or she does not end up getting the help, support, and educational framework that would really help?Particularly with second language learners, we professionals owe it to our students to leave no stone unturned in our search for the underlying causes of second language learning problems."

Rob S, former foreign language teacher and publishing specialist 


Bilingual Speech-Language and Educational Evaluations

"Deborah's new book Bilingual Speech-Language and Educational Evaluations provides a user friendly, common-sense recipe for professionals charged with conducting assessments with ELLs and clarifies the requirements of such an assessment for administrators."

B.M, CCC/SLP

 

 
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  NEW, SELF-STUDY COURSE - PRE-REFERRAL TRAINING MODULE

New self study called the Pre-referral Training Module for School Districts and other Educational Settings to, address over-representation of minority learners in special education and to provide specifics about quality interviewing to facilitate differential diagnosis sooner. Pre-referral is a highly advocated as well as an effective procedure wherein a committee of professionals hopefully having been trained in second language learning, get together to discuss the aspects of the child’s functioning BEFORE..... Read More

REFERRAL BONUS

GET REWARDED FOR REFERRALS

Refer a friend to SLLLC,when they make a single first purchase, of 3 products

you can select a free 24/7 course worth up to

2 Credit hours(2 CEUs)

Refer a Qualified Speaker

who is accepted, select a free 24/7 course worth up to

2 Credit hours(2 CEUs)

Qualified Speakers Apply Here.

Do you have at least two years experience speaking in a specialized area of education that would benefit speech pathologists as well as other educators? Although we specifically focus on second language acquisition and bilingualism, we are currently recruiting speakers to present broader topics and specializations via webinars (CEU offerings) with our support. More Info

Cooperative Offering.

 Would your organization like to promote a speaker or topic for Continuing Education credits? Then SLLLC can help you! SLLLC is an approved ASHA CE provider. SLLLC can Help Your Organization Sponsor an ASHA Continuing Education Program and receive CEUs from ASHA for your workshop or inservice. We can assist you in preparing the paperwork to obtain the approval for continuing education. More Info