- Evidence Based Interventions and Strategies for Children with Developmental Language Disorder
25 May 2021
8:30 am - 1:00 pm
- Tuesday 25 May 2021
- 8:30am – 1pm AEST (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
- Delivered online via Zoom
- Early Bird Participant Registration = $320 AUD (Until 25 April 2021)
- Standard Participant Registration = $360 AUD
Clinicians working with children with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) and their families often need to plan for individualised interventions and support strategies. However, there are a wide variety of approaches, tools and training available. So how do you decide what approach to take and when? This online workshop will combine current research regarding interventions and strategies with practical examples giving you the skills to apply your learnings in therapy.
This workshop will be hosted online using Zoom. Details will be emailed to participants in the days prior to the workshop. To enable time for the facilitator and participants to connect, this workshop will be capped at 25 participants. Please book as soon as you’ve decided to attend to avoid missing out!
Following completion of the workshop, clinicians will:
- Understand the current evidence for interventions and strategies to support children with DLD.
- Be familiar with a range of interventions and strategies, as well as how they can be utilised to support outcomes in therapy.
- Have discussed how to apply interventions and strategies in their clinical work.
This workshop has been developed for speech pathologists. However, clinical psychologists and speech pathology students may also consider attending.
Please email connect@TheDLDProject.com with any questions regarding the registration process.
Shaun Ziegenfusz is a speech pathologist and researcher with more than 10 years’ experience working with people with DLD and their families. He currently works in private practice and collaboratively with schools to provide assessment and intervention pathways. Shaun is also a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) candidate at Griffith University where he researches the needs and necessary supports for school-aged students with DLD from the perspective of key stakeholders, as well as being a volunteer member of the Raising Awareness of Developmental Language Disorder (RADLD) International Committee. Shaun is passionate about blending clinical experience and research to support students, families, professionals and schools.