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2013 ASHA Convention Pocket Planner

2013 ASHA Convention Pocket Planner

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Use the 2013 ASHA Convention Pocket Planner to plan your time at this year's convention in Chicago, Illinois, November 14-16.
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Register Now!
www.asha.org/asha2013

Pocket planner
November 14 – 16 • Chicago, IL

2013 ASHA AnnuAl
Convention SponSorS
The ASHA Convention is the premier annual event for

speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language,
and hearing scientists. Join more than 12,000 of your peers and attend
educational sessions to obtain CEUs, hear about the latest research, and
learn about practical solutions to the issues you face every day.

Our sponsors are
helping to make this
a great event.

The 2013 ASHA Convention theme, “The Magic of Teamwork: Science
and Service Delivery,” focuses on the magical moments that occur as
speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and
hearing scientists use evidence-based practices to improve the lives of
individuals experiencing communication disorders.

Please stop by to say “thanks!”

Come to the
ASHA Convention!
The ASHA Convention provides an
unparalleled opportunity for speech and
hearing professionals to brush up on
their skills and expand their knowledge
base, connect with colleagues, and see
the latest products and services in the
Exhibit Hall.
Join your fellow ASHA members for the
energized atmosphere of the 2013 ASHA
Convention in Chicago!
Go to www.asha.org/asha2013 to
register for the ASHA Convention.

Stay at an ASHA
Convention hotel!
The official ASHA hotel block consists
of 26 hotels located in the most vibrant
downtown areas of Chicago. Resources
on the ASHA website—including a map, a
per-night pricing list for all hotels, and an
amenities grid—are available to help you
decide which hotel best suits your needs.
New this year, you’ll need to present a
shuttle pass to board the buses; when
you reserve your room through ASHA,
you’ll receive a complimentary pass. What
a great incentive to book your room at an
ASHA hotel!
Go to www.asha.org/asha2013 to
reserve your hotel room now.

At the ASHA Convention,
you can:
• Attend educational sessions to
learn about the most current
research and clinical practices.
• Earn up to 31.5 professional
development hours (PDHs), 3.15
ASHA CEUs, or 3.15 AAA CEUs
including pre-Convention events.
You can earn up to 26 PDHs
(2.6 ASHA CEUs) not counting
pre‑Convention activities.
• Visit the Exhibit Hall, where
hundreds of companies will
be demonstrating products,
programs, and services featuring
the latest technology to help you
in your work.

www.ProgressusTherapy.com

• Explore job opportunities at the
Career Fair.
• Celebrate the Honors and Fellows
of the Association at the ASHA
Awards Ceremony.
• Learn about master’s and doctoral
degree programs in communication
sciences and disorders at the
Graduate School Fair.

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• Network with colleagues at social
events to share knowledge and
ideas.

Plan your Convention
schedule!
If you’ve already registered, don’t wait to decide which sessions to attend while in
Chicago. Use the Pocket Planner to browse through hundreds of oral seminars offered
for continuing education credit—you won’t want to miss out on this once-a-year
professional development event. Start using the online Program Planner now and tuck
the Pocket Planner in your carry-on bag as a quick reference.

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Continuing Education Credit at Convention

What are PDHs, and who is eligible to receive
them?

Go to www.asha.org/asha2013

PDHs are an alternative unit of measure of continuing
education activities. Anyone who is registered for
Convention is eligible to receive PDHs.

Reporting Deadline: Monday, December 2, 2013, 11:59 p.m.
Eastern time
How to Submit
1. Keep a personal record of the sessions you attend. You
will need each session’s 4-digit session number.
2. No later than December 2, go to www.asha.org/
asha2013.
3. Select “Enter CE Credit Online.”
4. Log in to access the ASHA Learning Center and follow
the instructions provided.
Everyone should follow this process—including students,
clinical fellows, SLP and audiology assistants, and non‑ASHA
members. It is the only official way to document your
attendance and participation at this event.
You do not need to join the ASHA CE Registry to document
your CE activities using this process.

Who is eligible for continuing education
credit?
If you are registered for Convention, you are eligible for
CE credit. Students, SLP and audiology assistants, clinical
fellows, and nonmembers are all encouraged to apply for
credit. The type of credit you are eligible to earn depends on
your profession.
See sections below on Professional Development Hours
(PDHs) and ASHA Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

How much CE credit can I earn at Convention?
The maximum credit you can earn for Convention,
including ticketed pre-Convention activities on Wednesday,
November 13, is 31.5 PDHs (3.15 ASHA CEUs). The
maximum, not counting pre‑Convention activities, is 26
PDHs (2.6 ASHA CEUs).

What sessions count for credit?
Any Convention session that has a 4-digit session number
carries CE credit. Ticketed pre-Convention education events,
such as symposia and workshops, are considered part of
Convention for continuing education purposes, and you
claim credit for them in the same way you claim for other
Convention sessions.
If there is no 4-digit session number, the session carries no
CE credit. Activities that do not carry CE credit include:
• Opening General Session
• Awards Ceremony
• Exhibits
• Exhibit Hall Learning Labs
• Committee, Board, and Council meetings
• Committee and Board auxiliary presentations
• NSSLHA Experience (NSSLHA Day) sessions and poster
presentations

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Poster Sessions
To earn credit for posters, you must visit them during the
90-minute period indicated in the program when the
presenting authors are present to discuss their work. Each
poster counts for 15 minutes, even if you spend more time.
You may claim up to six posters in each 90-minute time
block. You may claim credit for posters you visit between
other education sessions, provided the visit occurs during
the 90-minute period indicated in the program.

Exhibitors
Exhibitors using one of their company’s complimentary
full-Convention registrations are eligible to attend sessions
and earn continuing education credit. Exhibitors using an
Exhibit Hall-only badge are not eligible to attend sessions or
earn continuing education credit.

Presenting Authors
As a presenting author, you may claim your Convention
session for credit, earning the same amount of credit as a
participant. In the case of Poster Sessions, this is 15 minutes.
We are not able to award credit for the time you spend
preparing your presentation or poster.

One PDH equals 1 hour of continuing education.
PDHs for the ASHA Convention count toward ASHA
certification maintenance. Check with your state license board
to learn whether PDHs will count toward state license renewal.
Whether you are earning ASHA CEUs or PDHs at
Convention, you follow the same reporting procedures
and deadlines.

CCC Maintenance
ASHA CEUs or PDHs accrued at Convention will count
toward CCC maintenance, provided you are in your 3-year
maintenance interval. Please note that if you were initially
certified during 2013, your CCC maintenance interval begins
on January 1, 2014.

Appeals
If you have not submitted your CE sessions online by
December 2, and you later wish to have credit awarded,
you will need to file an appeal. Contact ASHA Professional
Development (ashaprofdev@asha.org or 800-498-2071, ext.
8593) for information on the appeal process.
The non-refundable fee for an appeal is $50. Appeals for
ASHA CEUs are adjudicated individually by the Continuing
Education Board and may not be granted.
To avoid the expense and uncertainty of an appeal, enter
your CE credits online by December 2!

What are ASHA CEUs, and who is eligible to
earn them?

Florida and Ohio Licensees and CE Broker

ASHA CEUs, widely recognized by state licensing boards
and other authorities and accepted as a demonstration
of continued professional development for maintenance
of the ASHA CCC, are awarded by ASHA’s Continuing
Education Board through the ASHA CE Registry.

If you are licensed in Florida or Ohio, participate in the
CE Registry, and have provided your license number to
ASHA, your ASHA CEUs from Convention will automatically
be reported to CE Broker. You must participate in the CE
Registry for your credit to be sent to CE Broker.

One ASHA CEU (1.0 ASHA CEU) is awarded for 10 hours of
continuing education activity.

American Academy of Audiology (AAA) CEUs

You are eligible to earn ASHA CEUs if you are any one of these:
• ASHA member, Life Member, or International Affiliate
• ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) holder
• Individual licensed or credentialed by a national, state,
or provincial regulatory agency (e.g., a state board of
education) to practice speech-language pathology or
audiology
• Clinical Fellow supervised by an individual holding the
ASHA CCC
• Individual currently enrolled in a master’s or doctoral
program in speech-language pathology or audiology
Eligible persons must join the ASHA CE Registry to receive
ASHA CEUs. For information about the Registry, go to
www.asha.org/ce/.
Joining the Registry is optional. If you are eligible to earn
ASHA CEUs, but choose not to join the Registry, you may
receive professional development hours (PDHs).

2013 ASHA Convention Pocket Planner

To earn AAA CEUs, complete and turn in an AAA CEU
participant form, available at any information booth. There
is no charge by ASHA for this service.

ASHA
ASHA Professional Development is approved by the Continuing
Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing
Association (ASHA) to provide continuing education activities in
speech-language pathology and audiology. See course information
for number of ASHA CEUs, instructional level and content area. ASHA
CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content,
specific products or clinical procedures.

ASHA Approved CE Provider
This course is offered for up to 3.15 ASHA CEUs (Various
levels, Professional area).

American Academy of Audiology
ASHA Professional Development is approved by the
American Academy of Audiology to offer AAA CEUs for this
Convention. The program is worth a maximum of 3.15 CEUs.
Academy approval of this continuing education activity
does not imply endorsement of course content, specific
products, or clinical procedures.

Registration Hours

Exhibit Hall Hours
Thursday, November 14
Friday, November 15
Saturday, November 16

Wednesday, November 13
Thursday, November 14
Friday, November 15
Saturday, November 16

11:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
7:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Spend Time in the Exhibit Hall!

On-site Registration

More than 300 companies will exhibit at the ASHA Convention. Use the Virtual Expo web
tool in advance to browse exhibitor profiles and view floor plans online to decide which
exhibitors you’d like to visit in the Exhibit Hall. Learning Labs will provide an opportunity
for attendees to see product demos and receive “hands on” training from sponsors and
exhibitors. Audiology Row will feature a select group of exhibitors offering products and
services geared towards audiologist attendees. The Career Fair, also in the Exhibit Hall, is
the place where job seekers and employers can connect. The ASHA Bookstore and ASHA
Member Services Center will be available to provide resources and information for members.

Convenient registration hours on Wednesday, November 13 allow you to get your badge or
pick up your Convention materials early at one of four locations:
• McCormick Place Convention Center
• Hilton Chicago, 8th Street West Lobby
• Hyatt Regency Chicago, Level 2 Skybridge
If you opted to have your badge mailed in advance, be sure to bring it to Chicago and take
advantage of the convenient materials pick up locations!

Using the Pocket Planner with the
Program Planner
With the ASHA Convention just weeks away, it’s likely that you’ve already given your
schedule some thought. The Pocket Planner was created to help you decide which sessions
to investigate further and assist you with building a schedule that matches your professional
development goals using the online Program Planner. The Pocket Planner lists all 1-hour and
2-hour oral seminars, technical research sessions, and new technical clinical sessions, but
does not include poster presentations, short courses or non-ceu sessions.

Create Your Schedule

Click to see bios
and disclosures

Click to read full
session details

Browse the Pocket Planner schedule and
make note of the sessions that spark your
interest. Once you have identified some
sessions that you might like to attend, go to
the online Program Planner at
www.asha.org/events/convention/
Program-Planner/ to view the full session
details.
Any of the following information provided
in the Pocket Planner may be used to easily
find complete session details in the online
Program Planner:




Session code
Author names
Keywords
Title
Topic

www.asha.org/asha2013

The online Program Planner lists the full
details for each session including:
• Date, time and location
• Instructional level – Introductory,
Intermediate or Advanced
• Professional development hours (CEUs)
• Authors and bios
• Disclosures
• An abstract summary
• Learning objectives
• Special track designation (if applicable)
Once you’ve reviewed the session details,
log in to the Program Planner to build your
own personalized Convention schedule.
Your schedule can be saved, printed or
downloaded directly to your Outlook
calendar. It’s that easy!

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Thursday, November 14, 2013
Topic

The Pocket Planner is a supplement to our
online Program Planner. It is an abbreviated
and convenient take-along Convention guide.
Printable PDFs of sessions not included in the
Pocket Planner are available online at
www.asha.org/events/convention/program.

Code

Title

As of September 14, 2013
Author(s)

Thursday, November 14

Room
10:30AM - 12:30PM (Sem 2-hrs)

Stacy Williams, Carol Dudding, Katharine Ondo

CC/S103D

ACGN

1001

Enhancing Skills as a Site Visitor

Mary Lou Poole, Edward Koch, Maryrose McInerney,
Seleria Williams

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

SOTL

1002

Instructional Internship in CSD: Preparing Tomorrow’s
Faculty, Supervisors, & Practitioners

Abby Hemmerich, Jerry Kevin Hoepner, Vicki Samelson,
Marie Stadler, Angela Sterling-Orth, Kay Hagedorn,
Carolyn Christian, Shannon Collins, Rebecca Jarzynski,
Alysa Firkus

CC/W187A

AAC

1003

Life Before & After the Picture Exchange Communication
System: Reflections on Supports for Early Communication
& Language

Nancy Brady, Michelle Flippin, Cathy Binger, Sherry
(Cheryl) Sancibrian

CC/W180

ASD

1004

Cultivating Collaboration: Innovative Interprofessional
Education Experiences in Preparation for Effective Practice
in Autism Spectrum Disorders

Trisha Self, Katherine Holman, Mary Jo Schill

CC/W474

ASD

1005

Disfluency in Autism Spectrum Disorders: Treatment
Outcomes & What They Mean for School-Based SLPs

Kathleen Scaler Scott, Sheri Block, Nina ReardonReeves, Kearston Healey, Kenslie Kerestes,
Rebecca LaRussa, Sarah Nelson, Maria Kidron

CC/W183B

1006

Natural Language Development in Autism: Echolalia to
Self-Generated Language

Marge Blanc, Barry Prizant, Megan Snow, Kristen Lee

CC/W375D

1007

Standing Up to Ridicule: How SLPs Can Assist Victims of
Bullying

Lisa Chattler

CC/W184BC

ASD

1008

The Impact of Language Remediation on Brain
Connectivity in Children With Autism

Rajesh Kana

CC/W187BC

Bus

1009

Achieving Change II: A Comprehensive Summary for
Advancing Professional Initiatives

Sue Hale, Nancy Swigert, Allan Diefendorf,
Mary Anne Hanner, Earl Seaver, Robert Augustine

CC/W470A

Bus

1010

Ethical Decision-Making: I Thought I Was Doing My Job!

Frederick Britten, Stephanie Davidson, Sheryl Amaral,
Susan Brannen, Gerard Caracciolo, Diane L. Eger,
Douglas Hicks, Sharon Moss, Wren Newman,
Colleen O’Rourke, Stephen Oshrin, George Purvis,
Patti Solomon-Rice

CC/W196A

Bus

1011

Rules & Tools for SLP Coding, Billing, & Documentation

Dee Adams Nikjeh, Gretchen Bebb, R. Wayne Holland,
Carmen Vega-Barachowitz, Timothy Weise

CC/W470B

Bus

Topic Area Abbreviation Key

Simulations & Beyond: Practical Considerations for Getting
Started

ASD

Abbreviation Topic Area

1000

ASD

Remember: Always refer back to the online
Program Planner for the most up-to-date and
complete session information.

ACES

1012

Telepractice in Different Settings: Does It Matter Where
You Are?

Ellen Cohn, Lyn Tindall, Karen Golding-Kushner,
Sue Grogan-Johnson, Melissa Jakubowitz

CC/W194

FLU

1013

Genetics of Speech Sound Disorders & Stuttering: Research
& Clinical Implications

Shelly Jo Kraft, Barbara Lewis

CC/W192C

ACES

Academic and Clinical Education: Clinical Education and Supervision

ACGN

Academic and Clinical Education: General Academic Education

Glob

1014

Marlene Salas-Provance, Brenda Staley

CC/W471

SOTL

Academic and Clinical Education: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
(SoTL) in CSD

Practices, Policies, & Training for Speech-Language
Pathologists in School Settings in Northern Mariana
Islands & Mongolia

ICHS

1015

Beyond the Audiogram: Speech Perception & Outcome
Measures

Erin Schafer

CC/W185A

IHIC

1016

Updating Evidence for Cogmed & Working Memory Training
& Why It Matters for SLPs

Charles Shinaver

CC/W185D

AHSA

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

ASD

Autism Spectrum Disorders

CLDP

1017

Business, Management, and Professional Issues

Multicultural Intervention, Advocacy, & Research in
Aphasia: NAA Action-Planning Think Tank

Brooke Hallowell, Ellayne Ganzfried, Yael Werth,
Isabella Reichel, Grace Ademola-Sokoya

CC/W193

Bus

LLCA

Cross Disciplinary Issues

1018

Aligning RtI With the Common Core State Standards for
Students With & Without IEPs

Janet Sturm, Diane Paul, Froma Roth, Nickola Nelson,
Barbara Ehren, Jean Blosser

CC/W375B

CDI
FLU

Fluency

LLCA

1019

BTW It’s Time: Contextualizing the Common Core Standards
for Students With Speech & Language Impairments

Robyn Ziolkowski, Bonnie Josey

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

Glob

Global Issues and Practices Across the Discipline

LLCA

1020

Clinical & School-Based Leadership Excellence

Hearing Science

Wayne Secord, Michael Towey, Robert Fox, Elisabeth H.
Wiig

CC/S102BCD

Hear
ICHS

Infant and Child Hearing:  Screening and Assessment

LLCA

1021

How Does the Brain Learn to Read & Calculate?

James Booth

CC/W375A

IHIC

Intervention/Habilitation for Infants and Children with Hearing Loss

LLCA

1022

Informational Discourse: Laying the Foundations for
Academic Language

Carol Westby, Barbara Culatta

CC/W185BC

IHA

Intervention/Rehabilitation for Adults with Hearing Loss

LLCA

1023

Word Detectives: Using Morphological Awareness to
Improve Language & Literacy

Julie Wolter, Laura Green

CC/W475

CLDP

Issues in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations

LDA

1024

CC/W178A

Language and Learning in School Age Children and Adolescents

Assessing & Treating Aphasic Word-Retrieval Impairment
in Discourse

Mary Boyle

LLCA
LDA

Language Disorders in Adults

LDA

1025

Mobile Devices & Apps as Cognitive Compensation:
Selection, Training, & Evaluation

McKay Sohlberg, Michelle Ranae Wild, Lyn Turkstra

CC/W179AB

LITP

Language in Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers

LDA

1026

CC/W190A

Language Science

Primary Progressive Aphasia: Diagnosis & Treatment of an
Aphasic Dementia

Sandra Weintraub, Becky Khayum

LanS
MSAC

Motor Speech in Adults and Children

LDA

1027

Research, Clinical, & Educational Applications of
AphasiaBank

Jessica Richardson, Audrey Holland, Margaret Forbes,
Brian Macwhinney, Davida Fromm

CC/W183A

NAPD

NeuroAudiology and (Central) Auditory Processing Disorders

LITP

1028

Beyond Norm-Referenced Tests: Practical Assessments for
Writing Goals & Planning Treatment

Megan Roberts

CC/W192AB

ResD

Research Issues Across the Discipline

LITP

Current Research on Individual & Psychosocial
Determinants of Early Language Acquisition: Honoring
Betty Hart

CC/S104

Speech Science

1029

Meredith Rowe, Marc Bornstein

SpSc
SSDC

Speech Sound Disorders in Children

LITP

1030

CC/W375C

Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders

Language Intervention for Dual-Language Learners With
Language Impairment

Vera Gutierrez-Clellen, Gabriela Simon-Cereijido

Swal
VBAR

Vestibular/Balance Assessment and Rehabilitation

LITP

1031

Seeing is Believing: Using Video-Coaching to Enhance
Preschool Educators’ Facilitation of Emergent Literacy

Janice Greenberg, Kathleen Hipfner-Boucher ,
Trelani Milburn, Pamela Beach

CC/W375E

VRaL

Voice, Resonance, and Alaryngeal Speech

MSAC

1032

Voice, Resonance, and Alaryngeal Speech: Cleft/Craniofacial Anomalies

Cerebral Palsy: Speech, Language, & Cognition Throughout
the Life Span

Katherine Hustad, Ignatius Nip, Rupal Patel,
Michael Ward

CC/W183C

VClf
6 

Adult Hearing: Screening and Assessment

AAC

2013 ASHA Convention Pocket Planner

Thursday, November 14, 2013
Topic

Code

Title

Thursday, November 14

Author(s)

Room

10:30AM - 12:30PM (Sem 2-hrs)  Continued

As of September 14, 2013

Topic

Code

Title

Author(s)

Room

LLCA

1067

Reducing Readers’ Reliance on Inaccurate Information

David Rapp

CC/S103ABC

ResD

1033

Introduction to Research Grant-Writing

Nadine Martin, Nadine Connor, Joanne Robbins,
Anastasia Raymer

CC/S105D

LLCA

1068

Tier Three Magic for Teens: Proven Strategies for Teaching
Advanced Vocabulary to Adolescents

Merry Kim Meyers, Shari Robertson

CC/W375A

SSDC

1034

Infant Vocal Development: The Search for Early
Identification of Disorders

D. Kimbrough Oller, Eugene Buder, Anne S. Warlaumont,
Heather Ramsdell, Suneeti Iyer, Barbara Franklin, ChiaCheng Lee, Yu-Syuan Jhang, Elena Patten, Li-Mei Chen,
Grace Baranek, Katie Belardi, Linda Watson, Rick Dale

CC/W184D

LLCA

1069

Transition Planning: Identifying & Developing Soft Skills
for Post-Secondary Success

Ellen Wiczer, Nancy Eberhardt, Sharon Foster

CC/W475

LDA

1070

Executive Function Treatment: In the Face of Chronic
Traumatic Encephalopathy: Lifesaving!

Nancy Horowitz Moilanen, William Staley

CC/W184D

LDA

1071

Interactions Between Social & Physical Engagement at
Aphasia Camp

Heather Buhr, Jerry Hoepner, Marquell Johnson

CC/W179AB

LDA

1072

The Speech Pathologist’s Role in SNF Culture Change

Rebecca Hall, Christine Busby

CC/W196A

LDA

1073

What Freud Got Right About Speech Errors: Evidence From
Aphasia

Gary Dell

CC/W194

LITP

1074

Coaching Parents to Implement Teaching Strategies With
Their Young Children With Language or Developmental
Disabilities

Julia Stoner, Hedda Meadan

CC/S104

LITP

1075

Early Achievements: Early Intervention to Enhance
Language Learning & Interpersonal Synchrony in Toddlers
With Autism

Rebecca Landa

CC/W180

LITP

1076

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Early Identification &
Treatment Considerations

Christi Masters

CC/W196B

NAPD

1077

Auditory Processing Disorder: Team Evaluation &
Management

Mary Buehler

CC/W185A

ResD

1078

Evidence-Based Practice: Single-Subject Design in Clinical
Applications

Stephen Camarata, Tonia Davis, George Castle

CC/W190B

ResD

1079

Lions, & Tigers, & Bears, Oh My: Navigating the
Institutional Review Board

Vicki Hammen

CC/W183C

SpSp

1080

Speech Science: Does Anybody Know How to Teach This
Stuff?

Donald Finan, Stephen Tasko, Christopher Dromey,
Kerry Mandulak, Amy Neel

CC/S102BCD

Swal

1081

A Sensory-Motor Approach for Children With Feeding
Disorders

Lori Overland

CC/W471

Swal

1082

Pleural Confusion: Interpreting Radiographic Chest
Imaging

Lisa Evangelista, Towino Paramby

CC/S106

Swal

1083

Point-Counterpoint: Prophylactic or Reactive TubeFeeding? Implications for Swallowing Following
Radiotherapy for Head & Neck Cancer

Justin Roe, Tessa Goldsmith

CC/W184BC

SSDC

1035

Merging Traditional Techniques With iDevices &
Augmentative & Alternative Communication Strategies for
Speech Sound Disorders

Jessica Caron

CC/W190B

SSDC

1036

Treating Articulation & Phonology in a Literacy Context

Paul Hoffman, Janet Norris, Cindy Lane, Laura Delrose,
Crystal Randolph, Rachel Powell

CC/W196B

Swal

1037

From Mechanical Ventilation to Speech & Swallowing: How
Do We Get There?

Meredith Baker-Rush

CC/S106

Swal

1038

Multidisciplinary Management in Dysphagic Patients

Jerilyn Logemann, Mary Bacon, Mario Landera,
Bernice Klaben, Daphne Santa

CC/S103ABC

Swal

1039

Understanding the Missing Link: Behavior, Anxiety, &
Dysphagia in Public Schools

Kerry Davis, Jessica Minahan

CC/W181

VBAR

1040

Audiologists’ Role in Assessing Risk of Falls

Julie Honaker, Robin Criter, Jessie Patterson

CC/W186

VRaL

1041

Promoting Adherence in Voice Therapy: Theory, Evidence, &
Practical Techniques

Eva van Leer, Alison Behrman, Edie Hapner

CC/S105BC

VRaL

1042

Respiratory Muscle Strength Training: Theory, Protocol,
Case Presentations

Christine Sapienza, Bari Hoffman Ruddy,
Susan Baker Brehm

CC/S105A

VClf

1043

Clinical Problem-Solving for “Hypernasal” Speech:
Assessment, Treatment, & Referral

Sara Kinter, Angela Dixon, Kelly Nett Cordero

CC/W196C

Thursday, November 14

1:30PM-2:30PM (Sem 1hr)

ACES

1044

Expectations: Key Factors of Influence Impacting
Preceptor/Supervisor & Graduate Student Relationships in
Clinical Education

Susan Moore, Tammy Fredrickson, Alexandra Carrillo

CC/W470A

ACES

1045

Looking Within: The SLP’s Toolkit for Reflective Practice in
Clinical Education

Sucheta Heble

CC/S103D

ACGN

1046

Classroom Design & How It Can Facilitate Active Learning in
Communication Sciences & Disorders Courses

John W. Folkins, Jennifer Friberg, Paul Cesarini

CC/W178A

ACGN

1047

Interprofessional Education for University Students: An
Update on the Evolution of a Successful Model

Jean Mead, Joseph Zelenke

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

SOTL

1048

Understanding Speech-Language Pathology Students’
Motivation for Learning

Amie King, Steffany Chleboun

CC/W375D

VBAR

1084

Update on the Clinical Utility of Vestibular-Evoked
Myogenic Potentials

Faith Akin, Owen Murnane

CC/W186

AAC

1049

The Effects of Environmental Sounds on the Guessability of
Animated Graphic Symbols

Ashley Harmon, Ralf Schlosser, Brian Gygi,
Howard Shane, Ying-Yee Kong, Lorraine Book,
Kelly Macduff, Emilia Hearn

CC/W185BC

VRaL

1085

Buteyko Breathing 101: The Basics & Practical Application
of Physiologically Normal Breathing Into Speech Therapy

Hadas Golan

CC/S105D

AAC

1050

Aligning English Language Arts Instruction to CCSS
for Middle School Students With Moderate to Severe
Disabilities

Linda Schreiber, Pamela Mims

CC/W196C

VClf

1086

Speech Sound Disorders ALERT: Identifying & Fixing Nasal
Fricatives in a Flash

Judith Trost-Cardamone, Lynn Marty Grames

CC/S105A

ASD

1051

ASD: Social Pragmatic Informal Dynamic Social Thinking
Assessment

Michelle Garcia Winner

CC/W375E

ACES

1087

Building a Graduate Student Telepractice Training Program
in Speech-Language Pathology

Judy Walker, Casey Monnier

CC/S103D

ASD

1052

Sharing an Imagination: Teaching Social Thinking in
Preschool & Early Elementary

Nancy Tarshis, Kari Palmer, Ryan Hendrix

CC/W375B

ACES

1088

The 4Cs: Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, &
Creativity: A Framework for Selecting Audiology Externs

Patrick Conaway, Denise Thomas

CC/W470A

ASD

1053

Teaching Social Skills to Students With Autism

Dawn Merth-Johnson, Kim Bauman

CC/W190A

ACGN

1089

Lessons Learned by Undergraduate Researchers

Anna Schuman, Mallori Jurgenson

CC/W192C

CDI

1054

Relational & Reflective Clinical Practice for SLPs

Joleen Fernald

CC/W470B

ACGN

1090

Perspectives of Using Twitter for Professional Interactions
From #SLPeeps & #SLP2Bs

Lisa Durant-Jones, Mary Huston, Brian Goldstein,
Aubrey Klingensmith, Tanya Coyle

CC/W178A

FLU

1055

Practice-Based Evidence: Approaches to Generating Your
Own Evidence-Based Practice

Nan Bernstein Ratner, Shelley Brundage

CC/S105BC

ACGN

1091

Using Interprofessional Education Principles in a Real-Life
Patient Situation

Carolyn Perry, Emily Baucom, Melinda Corwin

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

Glob

1056

Attitudes & Knowledge About Communication Disorders in
Elders Reported by Japanese & Asian-Indian Respondents

Joan Kosta, Lynda Marvin

CC/W474

SOTL

1092

Enhancing Teamwork, Critical Thinking, & Problem-Solving
Through Team-Based Learning

Julie Estis, Susan Gordon-Hickey, Coral Gubler,
Cindy Stanfield

CC/W375C

ICHS

1057

Audiologic Assessment: Birth Through School Age: When Is
It Time to Consider a Cochlear Implant?

Rene Gifford

CC/W187BC

SOTL

1093

Carrie Leonhart, Kristin Schnell

CC/W375D

IHIC

1058

Withdrawn Assessing the Auditory Performance of
Children With Cochlear Implants

Susan G. Allen, K. Todd Houston

CC/W185D

Increasing AAC Confidence & Competence in PreProfessionals: Using the ACES Clinical Program to Train
Volunteers

SOTL

1094

CC/W375E

1059

Using Open-Fit Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aids in Children:
Measuring Benefit & Outcomes

Patti Johnstone, Kelly Yeager, Nicole Johnson,
Marnie Pomeroy

CC/W187A

Moving Forward: Efforts to Increase the Acceptance of
SOTL in CSD

Sarah Ginsberg, Jennifer Friberg

IHIC

AAC

1095

1060

A Contrastive Phonology for Spanish & English Languages:
Clinical Applications

Albert Villanueva-Reyes

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

Experimental Evaluation of a Parent-Implemented AAC
Intervention Protocol for Children With Severe Autism

Oliver Wendt, Ning Hsu, Lauren Cain, Alyssa Dienhart,
Kara Simon

CC/W196C

CLDP

AAC

1096

1061

Language Assessment of Bilingual Spanish-English
Preschoolers in the United States

Rochel Lazewnik, Nancy Creaghead, JoAnne Prendeville, Lisa Cahill, Lesley Becker,
Allison Breit-Smith

CC/W193

Hands-On Tools & Strategies for Enhancing Collaborative
AAC Support Teams (RAST)

Judith Lunger-Bergh, Deborah McCloskey,
Diane Russell, Kati Skulski

CC/W183C

CLDP

ASD

1097

Building Social Comnections & Communication for Children
With Autism

Katherine Holman

CC/W375B

CLDP

1062

Refusal of Service Provision: Is It Ever Ethical?

Derick Deweber, Ana Claudia Harten, D’Jaris ColesWhite, Irene Torres

CC/W192C

ASD

1098

Comparison of Cognitive & Linguistic Processing in Children
& Adults With Autism: What’s Changeable?

Diane Williams

CC/W196B

LLCA

1063

Intervention to Support Written Language: Self-Regulated
Strategy Development

Jennifer Larsen, Donna Boudreau

CC/W192AB

ASD

1099

Establishing the Language Foundation for Developing a
Theory of Mind (ToM)

Mary Sweig Wilson

CC/W190A

LLCA

1064

Just a Shelf of Stories

Monica Dorman, Stacy Adams, Brandilyn Gardner,
Jessie Ritter

CC/W375C

ASD

1100

Social-Communication Traits of Typical Latino Babies &
Toddlers as a Basis for an Autism Diagnosis

Nicolas Linares Orama

CC/W185BC

LLCA

1065

Literacy Night: Interactive Lesson Supporting Common
Core State Standards Using Children’s Literature, Articles,
& Multimedia

Linda Lafontaine, Maryellen Moreau

CC/W183A

Bus

1101

ICD-10 Is Coming! Are You Ready?

Janet McCarty, Neela Swanson

CC/S105A

Bus

1102

J. Scott Yaruss, Gregg Givens

CC/W193

Performance of Low-Income Spanish-Speaking Children in
English-Only Schools on the CELF-4 Spanish

Beatriz Barragan, Maria Adelaida Restrepo,
Anny Castilla, William Olivares, Shelley Gray

Telepractice and Specific Disorders, Part 1: Stuttering &
Audiology

LLCA

1066

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Topic

Code

Title

Author(s)

Code

Title

Author(s)

Room

AAC

1137

Fostering Social Communication Skills in Nonverbal
Students With Autism &/or Other Severe Disabilities

Jolene Perkins, Michelle Vance

CC/W470A

AAC

1138

How Can I Target AAC & Natural Speech in Childhood
Apraxia or Dysarthria Therapy?

Elizabeth Oommen, John McCarthy

CC/W185BC

1139

Feeding Difficulties in Children With Autism Spectrum
Disorders & So-Called Fussy Eaters

Jeanne Marshall, Pamela Dodrill

CC/W375C

ASD

1140

Perspectives: Coaching Adolescents With Asperger’s Toward
Social Competency

Amy Thrasher, Jennifer Wilger, Sarah Gyory

CC/W375B

Bus

3:00PM-4:00PM (Sem 1hr)  Continued

Topic

ASD

Thursday, November 14

Room

As of September 14, 2013

1141

Improving Your Bottom Line & Expanding Your Business
Options in Today’s Changing Health Care Environment

Vic Gladstone, Lawrence Higdon

CC/W192C

Bus

1103

The Magic of Managing Medicare Regulations

Carol Ashdown, Michele Kramer, Dana Tingley,
Alissa Vertes

CC/W196A

CDI

1104

Incorporating Motivational Interviewing Counseling in
Allied Health Care Practice

Katandria Love Johnson

CC/W470B

CDI

1105

Traumatic Brain Injury & Special Issues in the Veteran
Population

Jean Neils-Strunjas, Lindsay James Riegler, Shari Wade

CC/W194

FLU

1106

New Evidence for a Neurodevelopmental, Epigenetic
Theory of Stuttering: Implications for Researchers &
Clinicians

Anne Smith, Christine Weber-Fox

CC/S105D

Glob

1107

Telepractice for Communication & Swallowing Disorders
Post-Stroke: Outcomes From 500 Camera Hours

Allison Baird

CC/W474

Bus

1142

Telepractice and Specific Disorders, Part 2: Cleft Palate,
Articulation, and Traumatic Brain Injury

Karen Golding-Kushner, Laura Chalcraft

CC/W193

Hear

1108

Are the Effects of Multiple Stimulus Presentation on ASSR
Amplitude the Result of Masking/Adaptation?

Robert Burkard

CC/W187A

FLU

1143

Perspectives on the Psychological Processes of Adults
Who Stutter

Walter Manning

CC/S105A

Hear

1109

Recent Advances & Technological Developments in the
Design of Cochlear Implant Devices

Kostas Kokkinakis, Christopher Brown, King Chung,
Yi Hu

CC/W185A

Glob

1144

We Measure What We Treasure: Early Childhood Screening
Initiatives in Developing Countries

Karen Kelly, Nancy Lewis

CC/W474

IHIC

1110

Establishing a Spoken Language Program at a State School
for the Deaf: A Collaborative Approach

Christine Gustus, Kameron Carden, Betsy Brooks,
Brooke Smith

CC/W185D

IHIC

1145

Advances in Cochlear Implants

Kerry Roesch

CC/W185A

IHA

1146

Delivering Adult Aural Rehabilitation Through Telepractice

K. Todd Houston, Grace Bosze

CC/W185D

IHA

1147

Determining Functional Outcome of Hearing Amplification:
The Case for Language Sample Analysis

Patrick R. Walden, Maryrose McInerney

CC/W187BC

IHIC

1111

Link, Think, Sync: Serving the Student With Cochlear
Implants & Hearing Assistance Technologies (HAT)

Lauralyn Chetwynd, Marilyn Neault

CC/W187BC

CLDP

1112

Neurocognitive Seeds of Racial/Ethnic Discrimination: It’s
All in the Mind

Ahmed Abdelal

CC/W186
CLDP

1148

1113

University-Community Collaboration on Disparities:
Community Assessment of Needs for Vietnamese
Americans in Springfield (CANVAS)

Giang Pham, Jeanne Chaclas, Amanda Dembowski,
Thu Pham, Maly Son

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

An Approach to Promoting Cultural Competence in Faculty
& Students

Patricia McCarthy, Dianne Meyer, Joanne Schupbach

CLDP

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

CLDP

1149

Using the Spanish Battelle Developmental Inventory-2: A
Case for Clinical Judgment

Ellen Kester, Keith Lebel

CC/W186

LLCA

1114

Preventing the 3rd & 4th Grade Slump! Information Text &
the Common Core

Maryellen Moreau

CC/W375A

LLCA

1150

Controlling Environmental Variables: Maximizing
Classroom Learning Experiences

Jean Evans, Angela Adrian, Marcus Adrian

CC/W183B

LLCA

1115

Strategies for Comprehension of Oral & Written
Metacognitive Language Structures

Kathleen Williams, Donna Geffner

CC/W475

LLCA

1151

Helping Adolescents Navigate the Morphological
Complexities of “Big” Science Words

Kristin Nellenbach, Joy Diamond, Jennifer Zoski

CC/W179AB

LDA

1116

Communication & Cognitive Deficits Due to RightHemisphere Damage: SLP Implications for Accurate
Diagnosis

Kendrea Focht

CC/W179AB

LLCA

1152

Inadvertent Impairments in Young Children

Raymond Hull

CC/W192AB

LLCA

1153

Integrated Literacy Learning Projects for Children,
Adolescents, & Young Adults

James Feeney

CC/S106

LLCA

1154

Narrative & Expository Discourse in French/English
Bilingual Children

Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird, Patricia Cleave,
Pierre Cormier, Bonita Squires, Sophie Lynn Chiasson,
Meghan Roach, Taylor Rushbrook-Dickey

CC/W190A

LLCA

1155

Narrative Assessment: Exploring Innovative Options for
Research & Practice

Carla Jackson, Young-Suk Kim, Emily Diehm,
Maya Callender, Jane Messier

CC/S103ABC

LLCA

1156

Pairing MORE Picture Books & Apps to Contextually Address
Language Objectives

Sean Sweeney

CC/W196B

LLCA

1157

Seeing Is Believing: Video Perspectives of the Benefit of
Animal-Assisted Therapy in Managing Behavior

Aimee Quackenbos Adams, Rebecca Davis

CC/W375A

LDA

1117

Training High-Functioning SNF Patients to Facilitate
Programming for Patients With Dementia: Individual &
Group Activities

Mary Beth Mason-Baughman

CC/W181

LDA

1118

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation & Aphasia
Treatment: State of the Science

Leora Cherney, Lynn Rogers, Xue Wang, Laura Gingrich,
Rosalind Hurwitz, Richard Harvey, Todd Parrish

CC/W183A

LDA

1119

Utilizing Woodcock Johnson III Testing Pre- & PostConcussion: A Pilot of 400 Student Athletes

Kathryn Hardin, Gail Ramsberger, Anne Whitney

CC/W184D
CC/S104

LITP

1120

Withdrawn Beyond MORE: First Words & First Signs
for Young Hearing Children With Language Delays

Susan Hendler Lederer

LITP

1121

Coaching Caregivers in Early Intervention: What? Why?
How?

Jennifer A. Brown, Emily Lakey, Juliann Woods

CC/W180

LLCA

1158

Training Paraprofessionals to Use Language-Stimulation
Strategies in the Classroom

Alisa Steers

CC/W178A

LITP

1122

Screening 3- to 6-Year-Old Children’s Language Abilities: A
Computer-Based Assessment

Jill de Villiers, Aquiles Iglesias, Mary Wilson,
Roberta Golinkoff, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Max Freeman,
Athulya Aravind, Jennifer Damonte, Katherine Ridge,
Neha Mahajan, Megan Johanson

CC/W183B

LDA

1159

Discoveries From Three Decades of Aphasia Research

Cynthia Thompson

CC/W194

LDA

1160

Errors, Cues, & Script-Training: Implications for Aphasia
Treatment

Leora Cherney, Jaime Lee, Rosalind Kaye,
Rachel Hitch, Julia Carpenter, Rosalind Hurwitz,
Nattawut Ngampatipatpong, Sarel van Vuuren

CC/W183A

LDA

1161

Hope Matters: A Perspective From 18 Years After Childhood
Stroke & Aphasia

Jacqueline Hinckley, David Dow, Carol Dow-Richards

CC/W184D

LDA

1162

Making Evidence-Based Practice a Reality in Adult
Neurologic Rehabilitation

Gail Ramsberger

CC/W184BC

LDA

1163

Relationship-Centered Care for Aphasia: Clinicians Tell
Their Side of the Story

Rochelle Cohen-Schneider, Lisa Debow,
Benjamin Hesch, Lorraine Podolsky, Charline Sherman,
Eavan Sinden

CC/W190B

LITP

1164

Helping Children Help Others: Changing Minds & Opening
Doors

Kathryn Greenslade, Amy Rodda

CC/W180

ResD

1165

Implementation Science: Moving Evidence Into Practice &
Giving Practice Evidence

Lesley Olswang, Pamela Crooke, Raymond Kent

CC/S105BC

ResD

1166

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Peer Reviewers

Anne Smith, Larry Humes, Carol Scheffner Hammer,
Craig Champlin, Rhea Paul, Jody Kreiman,
Clare Melanie Schuele

CC/W183C

SSDC

1167

Efficacy of the SATPAC Approach for Remediating Persistent
/s/ Errors

Stephen Sacks, Peter Flipsen

CC/S102BCD

Swal

1168

Understanding the Special Considerations Required With
Catholic Patients & Institutions

Towino Paramby, Paula Leslie, Nancy Rourke

CC/W196A

Swal

1169

Deconstructing Challenging Swallowing Cases: Using the
Evidence

Kristin Larsen, Sharon Veis

CC/W181

Swal

1170

FEES in a Pediatric Swallowing Disorders Clinic:
Developmental Considerations & Modifications for Success

Jennifer Maybee, Angela Haas

CC/W470B

MSAC

1123

A New Evidence-Based Treatment for Childhood Apraxia
of Speech: ReST

Patricia McCabe, Elizabeth Murray, Donna Thomas,
Lorayne Bejjani, Kirrie Ballard

CC/S106

ResD

1124

Patient Decision Aids: Integrating Patients’ Perspectives
Into Evidence-Based Practice

Chris Dollaghan

CC/S105BC

SpSp

1125

Acoustic & Aerodynamic Differences in Voicing Parameters

Cari Tellis, Victoria Flormann, Jeanette Perucca,
Ashley Zimmerman, Nicholas Barone

CC/S102BCD

Swal

1126

The Unexpected Culprit in Pediatric Dysphagia: Food
Allergies

Angela Melkonian, Michelle DiMattia,
Marta Kazandjian, Kathleen Adinolfi

CC/W471

Swal

1127

Use of Low-Level Laser in Treating Mucositis During Cancer
Treatment

Michael Clarke

CC/W184BC

Swal

1128

Videofluoroscopy: Are We in Focus or Is There Hocus Pocus?

Paula Leslie, Joseph Murray, Laurie Sterling

CC/S103ABC

Swal

1129

What’s Wrong With My Patient? 2013 Update: Aging &
Pulmonary, Cardiovascular, & Digestive Systems

James Coyle

CC/W192AB

VClf

1130

Cleft Palate Speech: Assessment Techniques

Kristina Wilson, Scott Dailey

CC/W190B

Thursday, November 14 4:30PM-5:30PM (Sem 1hr)
ACES

1131

Seeing Eye to Eye With Generation Y: Working With the
Millennials

Deborah Galley, Kara Fox

CC/S103D

ACGN

1132

Interprofessional Education With Human Patient
Simulation: Training Optimal Care for Tracheostomy
Patients With Passy-Muir Valves

Julie Estis, Bill Pruitt, Alison Rudd, Theresa Wright

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

ACGN

1133

The Current State of SLP Training in Clinical Pragmatics

Kristina Curro, Mary Andrianopoulos

CC/S105D

SOTL

1134

Academic Service Learning in AAC: The Student Perspective

Lizbeth Stevens, Katelyn Naber, Kellie Krefft,
Kimberly Grant, Caitlin Miller

CC/W375D

Swal

1171

Impact of Radiation Therapy on Communication &
Swallowing

Julie Blair

CC/W471

SOTL

1135

The Effectiveness of Using Service Learning in Early
Developmental Screening

Chelsea Adams, Eva Baharav

CC/W475

VRaL

1172

Voice Therapy: Goal, Rationale, Procedure

Linda Carroll, Claudio Milstein, Eva van Leer,
Bari Hoffman Ruddy, Sarah Schneider, Kate DeVore

CC/S104

AAC

1136

AAC in the Pediatric ICU/Acute Care: Preparing a Child for
an Upcoming Hospital Admission

Rachel Santiago

CC/W196C

VClf

1173

Feeding & Swallowing in Cleft-Related Syndromes/
Disorders

Scott Dailey, Brandon Viet

CC/W187A

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Topic

Code

Title

Friday, November 15, 2013

Author(s)

Thursday, November 14

Room
6:30PM-7:30PM (Sem 1hr)

Topic

Code

Title

As of September 14, 2013

Author(s)

Friday, November 15

Room
8:00AM-10:00AM (Sem 2hrs)

ACES

1174

Creating an Effective Mentoring Relationship for Clinical
Fellowship

Jamy Archer

CC/W470A

ACES

1300

Difficult Conversations in the Clinical Learning
Environment

Nancy Alarcon

CC/W470A

ACES

1175

Supervising Speech-Language Pathology Assistants: Skill
Sets for Success!

Kathy Wheat

CC/S103D

ACGN

1301

Teaching Dysphagia Skills to Graduate Students:
Experiences With a Competency-Based Program

Donna Graville, Andrew Palmer, Steven Gorsek

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

ACGN

1176

Forging New Relationships Between University Graduate
Programs & Local Elementary Schools

Amy Solomon Plante, Marianne Nice

CC/W192C

AAC

1302

AAC & Aphasia: Interface Design & Social Validation

Rajinder Koul, Aimee Dietz, Melinda Corwin,
Sarah Wallace

CC/W190B

ACGN

1177

The Alert Student: Use of Clickers to Activate, Engage, &
Ignite Learning

Jennifer Dalton

CC/S105D

AAC

1303

Assistive Technologies as Vocational Aids for Autism &
Other Intellectual Disabilities: Evidence, Tools, & Strategies

Tony Gentry

CC/W181

ACGN

1178

The Clinical Scholars Program: An Innovative Academic
Partnership to Promote Clinical Research

Lynne Brady Wagner, Marjorie Nicholas

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

AAC

1304

Communication Partner Training in Aphasia: Goals,
Methods, & Evidence

Nina Simmons-Mackie

CC/W194

SOTL

1179

Speech-Language Pathologists Navigating Twitter Terrain:
Publishing, Exchanging information, & Engaging in Online
Spaces

Bronwyn Hemsley, Caroline Bowen, Patricia McCabe

CC/W192AB

AAC

1305

Robust Vocabulary Instruction for Students Who Use AAC:
Practical Strategies

Carole Zangari, Gloria Soto

CC/W193

ASD

Mobile Device & App Selection: Who’s Driving the Decision
Process?

Jessica Gosnell Caron, Howard Shane, John Costello

CC/W196C

ASD Treatment: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy & Mental
Health Problems Associated With Social Learning
Challenges

CC/W375E

1180

1306

Michelle Garcia Winner

AAC
AAC

1181

New Directions in Speech Supplementation: A Scoping
Review

Elizabeth Hanson, David Beukelman, Kathryn Yorkston

CC/W185BC

ASD

1307

Amy Donaldson, Hannah Sanford, LeAnne Hidde,
Heather Demosthenes, Tammi Bailey

CC/W180

ASD

1182

Implementing Social Competence Interventions for High
School Students With ASD: Feasibility in 3 Pilot Studies

Jessica Dykstra, Aimee Bord

CC/W375B

SocialsibS Intervention: Sibling Mediation & VideoModeling to Improve Social Communication for Children
With ASD

Bus

1308

CCC: Care Teams, CARE Tools, Care Plans

Joanne Wisely, Paul Cass

CC/S105A

ASD

1183

The Role of the SLP in Managing Difficult Behaviors in
Children & Adolescents With ASD

Shelley Booker, Sarah Roy

CC/W375D

Bus

1309

Elevator Speeches: Get the Word Out! ...Advocating for Your
Profession, Yourself, Your Clients

Shelley Victor, Catherine Gottfred, Christine Frieberg,
Kellie Ellis

CC/W178A

CDI

1184

Communication in Medical Interactions: Perspectives
of Individuals With Communication Disorders, Their
Caregivers, & Physicians

Michael Burns, Carolyn Baylor, Kathryn Yorkston,
Thomas McNalley

CC/W193

Bus

1310

Listen/Learn/Lead: At the Intersection of Quality Services &
the Common Core State Standards

Judith Montgomery , Judy Rudebusch

CC/S106

1185

CC/W475

1311

Listening to the Perspectives of People With
Communication Disorders Through Narratives

Jacqueline Hinckley, Michael Fraas, Deborah Hersh,
Margaret Leahy, Fiona Ryan, Mary O’Dwyer

CC/W470B

Making Magic Through Volunteering: Welcome on Board
the ASHA Windjammer Cruise

Perry Flynn, Shari Robertson, Donna Smiley

CDI

CDI

1186

CC/W184D

1312

The Science & Practice of Big & Loud: An Interdisciplinary
Approach to Treating Parkinson’s Disease

Cynthia Fox, Lorraine Ramig, Beth Marcoux,
Jennifer Tuccitto, Bernadette Kosir, Laura Guse,
Heather Cianci, David H. McFarland

CC/W192C

Assisting Parents as They Help Their Young Children Who
Stutter

Susan Cochrane, Sheryl Gottwald

CDI

FLU
FLU

1187

Forming Effective Collaborations Between SpeechLanguage Pathologists & School Counselors When Treating
Students Who Stutter

Daniel Hudock, Amy Jones, Jody O’Donnell

CC/W184BC

FLU

1313

Community-Centered Stuttering Intervention: Widening
the Treatment Circle

Craig Coleman

CC/W184D

1188

John Tetnowski, Charles Weiner, J. Scott Yaruss,
Rodney Gabel, Michael Azios

CC/W185BC

CC/W186

1314

Stuttering & Disability: A Panel Discussion

Coaching School Professionals via Internet Therapy:
Findings of a Collaborative Practice

Jeanne Flowers, Cheryl Broekelmann, Barb Meyers,
Michelle Graham, Amy Knackstedt

FLU

IHIC

1189

CC/W187A

1315

Speech-Language Pathology: Visiting the Profession
Around the Globe

Brenda Staley, Lily Schuermann, Lemmietta McNeilly,
Fernanda Dreux, Brooke Hallowell, Dolores Battle,
Karen Wylie

CC/W471

The Joint Committee on Infant Hearing (JCIH) Introduces a
New Document on Early Intervention Practices

Mary Pat Moeller, Patti Martin

Glob

IHIC
IHA

1190

Health Behavior Change & Hearing Rehab

Gabrielle Saunders

CC/W187BC

IHIC

1316

William Douglas

CC/W185A

IHA

1191

Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids, Aging, & Cognition

Jeffrey DiGiovanni

CC/W185D

Bilingual Spoken Language Development for Children
With Hearing Loss Whose Home Language Is Not English:
Assessment/Intervention Considerations

IHA

1192

Speech-Reading 101

Brenda Seal, Erin Gaul, Nichelle Wilson

CC/W185A

IHIC

1317

Amy McConkey Robbins

CC/W185D

LLCA

1193

Morphological Awareness: Common Core State Standards
for Students with Language Disabilities & EnglishLanguage Learners

Cheryl Smith Gabig, Elena Zaretsky

CC/S103ABC

Boss-Your-Brain Strategies for School-Age Students With
Hearing Loss

IHIC

1318

Grace Bosze, Hali Zorb, Hope Merker, Crystal Sirl,
Corinne Galvan, Laura Pierce

CC/W187BC

LLCA

1194

Reaching Adolescents Through Telepractice

Angela Geurin, Tonia Marion-Wilson

CC/W375A

Telepractice: A Model of Listening & Spoken Language
Intervention for Children With Hearing Loss & Their
Families

IHA

Supporting Adolescents With Dyslexic Profiles

Lauren Katz, Karen Fallon

CC/W181

Tinnitus: Assessments, Treatment Options, Efficacy, &
Outcomes

CC/W186

1195

1319

Jeffrey DiGiovanni

LLCA
LDA

1196

Photo-Journaling: An Aphasia Community Group

Ann Oehring, Rachel Hitch, Ruben Cantu,
Leora Cherney

CC/W190B

CLDP

1320

Beyond Spanish: Competencies for Speech-Language
Pathologists Working With Children From Diverse Cultures

CC/S105D

LDA

1197

Validating Patient Outcomes Using an iPad-Based Software
Platform for Language & Cognitive Rehabilitation

Swathi Kiran, Carrie Des Roches, Isabel Balachandran,
Elsa Ascenso

CC/W190A

Sharynne McLeod, Catherine Crowley, A. Lynn Williams,
Carol Westby, Carol K. S. To, Karla N. Washington,
Andrea MacLeod, Brenda Louw

LLCA

1321

Susan Floyd

CC/W375D

LITP

1198

Social Interaction & Child Language & Learning: The Effects
of Multimedia Technology

Brian Manzanares, Pui Fong Kan

CC/W180

Aligning Speech-Language Assessment & Treatment With
the Common Core State Standards

LLCA

1322

CCSS: Adding Another “S” the SLP

CC/W475

LanS

1199

From Behavioral Phenotypes to Epigenetic Models of
Language Acquisition & Impairment

Pamela Hadley, Mabel Rice, Matthew Rispoli

CC/S104

Janet Norris, Ashley Bourque Meaux, Phyllis Butler,
Kyomi Gregory, Rebecca Parker, Ashley Williams

LLCA

1323

Jack Damico, Karen Lynch

CC/W183C

LanS

1200

Methodological Advances in Studying Language Processing
in Children

Richard Schwartz

CC/W183A

Direct Observation as an Assessment Technique in Children,
Adolescents, & Adults: Principles, Practices, & Applications

LLCA

1324

iPad, Common Core State Standards, & the SLP

Kyle Epps

CC/W183B

LanS

1201

Prosody & Its Effects on Adult Second-Language Acquisition

Derick Deweber, Frank Boutsen

CC/S106

LLCA

1325

1202

Speech Characteristics in Individuals With Parkinson’s
Disease With & Without Deep Brain Stimulation

Jeffrey Wertheimer, Carol Walton, Aurore Duboille,
Miriam Nuno, Lorraine Ramig

CC/W194

Kathleen Whitmire, Barbara Ehren, Geraldine Wallach,
Bonnie Singer, Karole Howland

CC/W474

MSAC

Supporting the Achievement of LLD Students Across Grades
& Content Areas

LDA

1326

Kathryn Bayles, Kimberly McCullough

CC/W375A

ResD

1203

Evidence-Based Practice: Science & Pseudoscience

Gregory Lof, Stephen Camarata

CC/W375C

Mild Cognitive Impairment: Clinical Essentials for Building
Cognitive Reserve

LDA

How to Study the Use of Evidence-Based Practice: External
Memory Aids & Implementation Science

Natalie Douglas, Jacqueline Hinckley

CC/W178A

State of the Science Update: Cognitive-Communication
Interventions for People With Dementia

CC/W190A

1204

1327

Michelle Bourgeois, Tammy Hopper

ResD

LDA

1205

Eyes ARE Bigger Than the Stomach: Visual Supports in
Feeding Therapy for Children With ASD

Joann Barton

CC/W470B

1328

Strategy-Based Gist Reasoning Training in Normal &
Clinical Populations

Raksha Mudar, Jacquelyn Gamino, Lori Cook,
Molly Keebler, Sandra Chapman

CC/W179AB

Swal

LDA

Screening, Bedside Exams, & Common Sense: What Are We
Doing & Why?

James Coyle, Debra Suiter, Laurie Sterling

CC/W471

Treatment of Aphasia in the Acute Care Hospital: Getting
Off on the Right Foot

CC/W183A

1206

1329

Robert Marshall, Sarah Campbell

Swal

LITP

Laryngectomy Rehabilitation: Basic Training

Meaghan Kane-Benjamin, Barry Wenig,
Caroline Deskin

CC/S105BC

Leslie Rescorla, Christine Dollaghan, Philip Dale,
Lizbeth Finestack, Laurence Leonard

CC/W192AB

1207

1330

Late Talkers: What Do We Know Now?

VRaL

LITP

Nuts & Bolts of Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises in Voice
Therapy: Why, When, & How

Marci Rosenberg

CC/W196B

Teaching Communication in Natural Environments:
Supporting Parents & Peers as Partners

CC/W375B

1208

1331

Ann Kaiser, Tina Stanton-Chapman

VRaL

MSAC

1209

The Voice Lab: Is It Just Numbers?

Linda Carroll

CC/S105A

1332

Current Issues in Apraxia of Speech & Progressive Apraxia
of Speech

Joseph Duffy, Julie Wambaugh, Julius Fridriksson,
Katarina Haley

CC/W375C

VRaL
VClf

1210

Toddlers With Cleft Palate: Understanding & Intervening to
Address Differences in Speech & Language Development

Jennifer Frey, Nancy Scherer, Ann Kaiser

CC/W179AB

MSAC

1333

The Art & Science of DBS: A Collaborative Approach
Between Neurology & Speech-Language Pathology

Linda Bryans, Shannon Donovan

CC/W184BC

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Room

LDA

1369

Promoting Critical Thinking & Problem-Solving With
Neurological Cases

Subhash Bhatnagar, Bridget Valla

CC/W179AB

SpSp

1334

Medical Genetics & Its Application to Speech, Hearing, &
Craniofacial Disorders

Nathaniel Robin

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

Friday, November 15

SSDC

1335

Application of Principles of Motor Learning to the
Treatment of Speech Sound Disorders

Edythe Strand, Susan Rvachew, Steven Skelton

CC/W196B

LDA

1370

The Believing Brain: Prefrontal Cortex & Brain Injury
Recovery

Jordan Grafman

CC/W190A

Swal

1336

Dysphagia Outcomes in Head & Neck Cancer Following
Transoral Robotic Surgery & Radiation/Chemoradiation:
Treatment Implications

Carol Bier-Laning, Cesar Ruiz, Barbara Messing

CC/W196A

LDA

1371

What Clinicians Want to Know About Communication
Partner Training

Natalie Douglas, Rachel Goff, Erline Nakano,
Jacqueline Hinckley

CC/W190B

LITP

How to Use Motor Learning Principles to Understand
Swallowing Function

Phoebe Macrae, Isha Taylor-Kamara, Ianessa Humbert

CC/S103ABC

Early Language Trajectories: Strengths-Based
Interventions for Low-SES & ELL Children

CC/S105D

1337

1372

Connie Nichols, Nancy Silverman

Swal

LITP

Infants, Necrotizing Enterocolitis, & Thickened Feeds:
Exploring the Risk & Potential Connection

Mark Corkins, Memorie Gosa

CC/W196C

The Effectiveness of LENA Technology for Changing Parent
Behavior & Accelerating Child Language Development

CC/W192AB

1338

1373

Jill Gilkerson, Jeffrey A. Richards, Dongxin Xu

Swal

LITP

Clinical Voice Grand Rounds

Linda Carroll, Douglas Hicks, Bari Ruddy,
Wendy LeBorgne, Sarah Schneider, H. Steven Sims

CC/S104

The Power of Alignment in Early Intervention: Effective
Teamwork & Why We Need It

CC/S102BCD

1339

1374

Karen Poland, Dave Calhoun, Katherine Watson

VRaL

ResD

1340

Management of the Difficult TEP: I’ve Tried Everything:
Now What?

Jodi Knott, Brad Smith, Jan Lewin,
Katherine Hutcheson

CC/S103D

1375

EBP & SLP: speechBITE Helps Clinicians Access & Appraise
the Evidence

Leanne Togher, Elizabeth Murray, Emma Power,
Katherine Smith, Patricia McCabe, Natalie Munro,
Melissa Brunner

CC/W196A

VRaL
VRaL

1341

Reimbursement for Voice & Upper Airway Management:
Grand Rounds

Barbara Jacobson, Edie Hapner, Dee Adams Nikjeh,
Sandra Schwartz, Mary Sandage, Mark Kander

CC/S105BC

ResD

1376

Incorporating Research Into a Busy Clinical Practice

Emerald Doll, Stevie Marvin, Katherine McConville,
Susan Thibeault

CC/W194

VRaL

1342

Voice Therapy Telepractice: A Match Made in a Virtual
World

Lisa Kelchner, Eva van Leer, Michael Towey

CC/S102BCD

Swal

1377

A Breath of Fresh Air: Recent Updates in Congenital
Laryngomalacia

Jennifer Raminick, Hema Desai

CC/W470A

Swal

1378

Breastfeeding Assistance for SLPs

Jamie Mahurin Smith

CC/S106

Swal

1379

Dysphagia Intervention in Persons Infected With Human
Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

Christopher Bolinger, Jennifer Hanners,
Abigail Amundson, Ricky Vaughn, Richard Winn,
Vipul Desai

CC/W475

Swal

1380

Swallowing Cinema: Interesting Dysphagia Cases From
Board-Recognized Specialists

Jo Puntil-Sheltman, Barbara Messing, Laurie Sterling

CC/W181

Swal

1381

The Building Blocks of Pediatric Feeding

Donna Edwards

CC/W474

VBAR

1382

The Video Head Impulse Test

Owen Murnane

CC/W187BC

VClf

1383

Cleft Palate Speech: Therapy Techniques

Mary O’Gara, Amy Morgan

CC/W196C

Friday, November 15

10:30AM-11:30AM (Sem 1hr)

1343

We’re greatPALS: Collaborative Service Learning for SLPs in
Aural Rehabilitation

Lisa Roteliuk, Holly Pedersen

CC/W470B

ACES

1685

SLP Graduate Student Training, Part II: The Inpatient
Rehabilitation Environment

Karen Tessler, Rebecca Zerivitz, Janelle Reske,
Joanne Sepulveda

CC/S103D

ACGN

1344

Building Bridges to Effective Interprofessional Collabration

Lisa Durant-Jones

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

ACGN

1345

Incorporating Standardized Interpretation of Instrumental
Swallow Studies in Graduate Coursework: Educating the
Future Clinician

Lisa Kelchner, Claire Miller

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

SOTL

1346

High-Impact Collaborative Learning in Speech-Language
Pathology & Theater—and All That Jazz

Mary Pat McCarthy, Janis Jarecki-Liu, John Rose

CC/W375A

ACES

10:30AM-11:30AM (Sem 1hr)

Friday, November 15

1:00PM-3:00PM (Sem 2hrs)

ACES

1384

Assessment & Training of Multicultural Competence
Through the Supervisory Relationship

Cathleen Carney-Thomas

CC/W185A

ACES

1385

Implementing the ICF in Multiple Domains: Toward a Model
Including Clinical-Education, Advocacy, & Translational
Research

Giulia Bencini, Elizabeth Galletta, Paul Cascella

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

ACGN

1386

Cutting Edge Graduate Education: Interprofessional
Education & Simulated Patients

Melanie Matthies, Elizabeth Speakman,
Anne Marie Tharpe, Bob Wellmon, Stacy Williams,
Richard Zraick

CC/W192C

AHSA

1347

A New Look at the Auditory Periphery

Sumitrajit Dhar, Laura Dreisbach

CC/W185D

AAC

1348

AAC & Early Intervention: Examining Child Risk Factors &
Parent Perceptions

Ashlyn Smith, Katherine Hustad

CC/W184D

AAC

1349

Expanding AAC Instruction for Preschool Children With
Autism: Training Peer Partners

Kathy Thiemann-Bourque

CC/S103D

AAC

1350

Supporting Beginning Storytellers Who Use AAC

Janet McLellan

CC/W187A

AAC

1351

Three Phases of AAC Need in the Hospital ICU/Acute Care
& Role of SLP

John Costello, Rachel Santiago

CC/W186

AAC

1387

AAC Assessment: Merging Personal & Clinical Evidence to
Support Quality Outcomes

Elizabeth (Libby) Rush, Celeste Helling

CC/S103D

ASD

1352

Building Bridges From Social Learning Technology Tools to
Personal Interaction: How to Maximize Generalization

Laurie Jacobs

CC/W375B

AAC

1388

Lauren Hampton, Courtney Wright, Kelly Goods,
Ann Kaiser, Charlotte Mucchetti

CC/S104

ASD

1353

Choosing When & Why ABA &/or Social Thinking for ASD
Treatment

Michelle Garcia Winner, Joanne Gerenser

CC/W375E

Teaching Social Communication to Minimally Verbal
Children With ASD: Combining Enhanced Milieu Teaching,
JASPER, & AAC

AAC

1389

CC/W184D

1354

Parent-Child Interactions & Children With Autism: A Novel
Perspective

Siva priya Santhanam, Lynne Hewitt

CC/W196B

Visual Supports & Book Reading: Who? What? How? &
When?

Pati King-DeBaun

ASD

ASD

1390

CC/W190B

1355

Regulatory Changes: Preparation & Strategies to Meet the
Documentation Challenges of Reimbursement

Joanne Wisely, Lisa Milliken

CC/W193

A Successful College Supports Program for Students on the
Autism Spectrum Enrolled in University

Pamela Lemerand, Sally Burton-Hoyle

Bus

ASD

1391

Autism Genetics Update

Ed Cook

CC/W375A

FLU

1356

Risk Factors Associated With Chronicity of Developmental
Stuttering: Integrating & Summarizing the Evidence

Chagit Clark, Katerina Ntourou, Ellen Kelly

CC/W192C

ASD

1392

Developmental Observation of Language - Links to
Intervention (DOLLI) for Children wtih Autism

Sima Gerber, Linda Cervenka, Michele Ricamato

CC/W185BC

Glob

1357

Developing the Speech-Language Therapy Profession in Sri
Lanka: International Collaborations

Nilanthi de Silva, Barbara Shadden,
Fran Hagstrom, A. R. Wickremasinghe, H. J. de Silva,
Shyamani Hettiarachchi, Thilanka Wijesinghe,
Saumya Rathnayake, Ianthe Perera

CC/W471

Bus

1393

Health Care Reform: Is Your Audiology Practice Ready?

Neil DiSarno, Robert Burkard, Harvey Abrams,
Robert Fifer

CC/W470A

Bus

1394

CC/W470B

1358

Approaches in Regenerative Therapies for Hearing Loss

Cynthia Chow, Samuel Gubbels

CC/W185A

Speech-Language Pathology Assistants: New Landscapes
to Discover

Ashley Northam, Charisse Gainey

Hear
CLDP

1359

Disproportionality of African American Children in Special
Education Within the San Francisco Bay Area

Mollie Mindel

CC/W180

FLU

1395

Stuttering & Suicide: Our Experiences & Responsibilities

Judith Kuster, Lisa Scott, Scott Palasik, Rodney Gabel,
Joseph Donaher, E. Charles Healey

CC/W183C

CLDP

1360

Early Autism Parent Training for a Spanish-Speaking
Family: Ramifications for ASD Intervention in CLD
Populations

Eva Baharav

CC/W183B

Glob

1396

Early Career Speech-Language Pathology Professionals
& Lessons Learned From International Experiences as
Graduate Students

Joyce Huh, Kelly Rowe, Angela Downing,
Catherine Ross

CC/W471

CLDP

1361

Incorporating Culturally & Linguistically Responsive
Vocabulary Instructional Strategies for Latino Preschoolers

Lucia Mendez

CC/S105A

IHIC

1397

Discover the Magic of Super Schemata: Powerful Potential
for Child, Parent, Professional

Amy Peters Lalios, Pam Stemper

CC/W187A

CLDP

1362

Results of an Emergent Literacy Program With EnglishLanguage Learners

Valerie Boyer

CC/S105BC

IHIC

1398

Speech & Language Assesment of Children With Hearing
Loss: Challenges in Qualifying for Services

Thomas Page, Lauren Unflat Berry

CC/W186

CLDP

1363

Revisiting the Ethnography of Communication Disorders

Dana Kovarsky, Irene Walsh, Judith Duchan,
Nina Simmons-Mackie

CC/W178A

CLDP

1399

Development of a Bilingual Test for Spanish-English
Children: A Long & Winding Road

Elizabeth Pena, Aquiles Iglesias, Vera Gutierrez-Clellen,
Brian Goldstein, Lisa Bedore

CC/S105A

LLCA

1364

From iPad to iPlay: Utilizing Popular Apps to Engage Your
Preschool-Middle School Clients

Tara Roehl

CC/W375C

CLDP

1400

Dialect Awareness Workshop: Enhancing Language
Flexibility in African American English-Speaking Children &
Their Teachers & Clinicians

Tracy Conner, Barbara Zurer Pearson, Janice Jackson

CC/W180

LLCA

1365

Language Profiles Associated With Pediatric ADHD With &
Without Co-Occurring LI

Sean Redmond, Geralyn Timler

CC/W183A

LLCA

1401

Clinical Relevance of Cross-Language Correspondences in
Bilingual Children

Kathryn Kohnert

CC/S106

LLCA

1366

The Curious Case of Digits: New Findings on the ReadingRAN-Math Connection

Rebecca Wiseheart

CC/S103ABC

LLCA

1402

Marianne Nice

CC/W196B

LLCA

1367

Toward a Principled Approach to Child Language Remediation

Thomas Roeper, Ondene van Dulm

CC/W184BC

Collaboration + Multiple Targets = Magic! Accelerate Gains
by Simultaneously Addressing Speech & Literacy With
RtI Teams

LDA

1368

Multimodal Communication for PWA: Tools, Strategies,
& Training

Bethany Diener, Erin Didde, Elizabeth Bahr

CC/W183C

LLCA

1403

Collaboration in Schools: Let the Magic Begin!

Perry Flynn, Lissa Power-deFur

CC/W375D

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Author(s)

Friday, November 15

Room
3:30PM-4:30PM (Sem 1hr)

LLCA

1404

Considerations for Targeting Writing as Part of SchoolBased Language Intervention

Anthony Koutsoftas

CC/W475

Bus

1440

Patient Panel as Yearlong Workload Model in School
Settings

Laura Epstein

CC/W196C

LLCA

1405

Designing 21st Century Therapy Programs That Integrate
Evidence-Based Practices, Apps, & Multimedia Sources

Willow Sauermilch

CC/W375E

Bus

1441

RAC Attack! Surviving a Records or Reimbursement Audit
for Audiologists

Robert Fifer, Stuart Trembath, Leisha Eiten, Faith Akin,
Robert Burkard, Lisa Satterfield

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

LLCA

1406

Gesture’s Role in Creating & Learning Language

Susan Goldin-Meadow

CC/W192AB

CDI

1442

1407

Language Assessment: The Way We Were! A 33-Year
Retrospective

Elisabeth H. Wiig, Wayne Secord

CC/W375C

An Innovative, Team-Based Model of Interprofessional
Education : The “IPDEU” at Massachusetts General Hospital

Meredith Bosley O’Dea, Audrey Cohen, Erin Daly,
Caitlin Fitzgerald, Trish Zeytoonjian

CC/W194

LLCA

FLU

1443

Phonological Complexity & Stuttering: Clinical Tutorial

Lesley Wolk, Lisa LaSalle

CC/W470B

LLCA

1408

Using Visual Association Skills to Learn Word Meaning &
Deconstructing Verbs to Infer Character Emotions

Elizabeth Lawrence, Deena Seifert

CC/W375B

Glob

1444

Alison Purcell

CC/W475

LLCA

1409

Utilizing Common Core State Standards to Develop
Performance-Based Assessment & Progress-Monitoring Tools

Sharlee Mosburg-Michael

CC/W194

Working With Indigenous Populations: Culturally Safe
Partnerships to Measure Hearing, Speech, Language, &
Developmental Outcomes

ICHS

1445

1410

Assessing Life Participation Goals for People With Aphasia
From an Interdisciplinary Perspective (SLP & OT)

Marjorie Nicholas, Lisa Connor, Lindsay Jennelle

CC/W179AB

Measuring Fatigue in School-Age Children With Hearing
Loss

Benjamin Hornsby, Krystal Werfel, Fred Bess,
Stephen Camarata

CC/W187BC

LDA

IHIC

1446

CC/W185D

1411

Complex Cases in Rehabilitation: Where Do We Start?

Gabrielle Zimmer, Alexandra Milder

CC/W178A

Directional Hearing Aids for School-Age Children: Clinical
Suggestions From the Classroom & the Laboratory

Erin Picou, Todd Ricketts

LDA
LDA

1412

Mild Cognitive Impairment & Healthy Aging:
Characteristics, Evaluation, & Treatment Approaches

Yvonne Rogalski, Valarie Fleming, Michelle Bourgeois,
Sarah Key-DeLyria, Muriel Quintana

CC/W183B

IHIC

1447

Five Essential Steps of an EI Session for Children With
Hearing Loss & Their Families

Teresa Caraway

CC/W187A

LDA

1413

Neuroplasticity & Aphasia Rehabilitation: An Update &
New Perspectives

Amy Rodriguez, Linda Worrall, Miranda Rose,
Anastasia Raymer, Abby Foster, Erin Godecke

CC/W183A

IHIC

1448

It Takes Two: Audiologists & Speech-Language Pathologists
Working Collaboratively

Rene Gifford, Erin Schafer, Thomas Page,
Lauren Unflat Berry

CC/W186

LITP

1414

Developing Social & Emotional Competence & Theory of
Mind in Infants, Preschoolers, & School-Age Children

Rachael Dalto, Janelle Lamontagne

CC/W181

CLDP

1449

Embracing Diversity: Culturally & Linguistically Responsive
Instruction & Intervention in Multilingual Settings

Theresa Young, Cristina Sanchez-Lopez

CC/W190B

LITP

1415

What’s the Word in Word-Learning Research? Latest
Research Hot Off the Presses!

Shelley Gray, Mary Alt, Tiffany Hogan, Pui Fong Kan,
Karla McGregor, Andrea Pittman, Derek Stiles,
Holly Storkel

CC/W190A

CLDP

1450

Second-Language Phonology for the Monolingual SLP

Amber Desiree Franklin

CC/W180

LLCA

1451

Errors in Derived Word Production Task by Children With
Dyslexia

Linda Jarmulowicz

CC/W183A

NAPD

1416

Learning Induces Different Forms of Auditory Cortical Plasticity
Related to Predictable Outcomes for Cognitive Function

Kasia Bieszczad

CC/W187BC

LLCA

1452

Just Treatment Tools to Develop Executive Function Skills

Sarah Rozehnal Ward

CC/W192AB

ResD

1417

Designing Clinical Trials: Using Adaptive Designs to Develop
Treatment Parameters

Sharon Yeatts, Christy Ludlow, Susan Langmore,
JoAnne Robbins, Raymond Kent

CC/W193

LDA

1453

Developing an Aphasia Group Within a Master’s SLP Clinical
Program: Keys to Success

Gemma Moya Gale, Bernadine Gagnon,
Kathleen Youse

CC/W179AB

SpSp

1418

William R. Zemlin Memorial Lecture: Structure, Movement,
Sound, & Perception

Brad Story

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

LDA

1454

Familiar Auditory Sensory Training (FAST) as a Treatment
for Disorders of Consciousness

Theresa Pape, Ann Guernon, Brett Harton, Amy Herrold

CC/W178A

SSDC

1419

Intervention for Children With Complex Speech (Sound)
Disorders

David Ertmer, Adriane Baylis, Megan Hodge

CC/S103ABC

LDA

1455

Lexical Retrieval Treatment for Primary Progressive
Aphasia

Pelagie Beeson, Kindle Rising

CC/W190A

Swal

1420

“Working Out” Dysphagia With Exercise-Based Treatments

Lori Burkhead Morgan

CC/W474

LDA

1456

Making Choices in Aphasia Intervention When Intensive
Therapy Is Not Possible

Roberta Elman

CC/W184BC

Swal

1421

An Intensive Multidisciplinary Therapy Model for Complex
Pediatric Feeding Disorders & Gastrostomy Tube Weaning

Sarah Lowry, Erin Keller, Leigh Volker, Shonda Brown

CC/W196A

LITP

1457

Joneen Lowman

CC/S103ABC

Swal

1422

Measuring & Reporting the Quality of Services for Patients
With Dysphagia

Erin Redle, Nancy Swigert

CC/W196C

An Intensive Summer Program for Supporting Literacy
Development of Preschool Students Transitioning to
Kindergarten

LanS

1458

CC/S105D

1423

Oral Morbidities in RT-Treated Head & Neck Cancer
Patients: Impact & 3-Month Swallowing Outcome

Michael Crary, Giselle Carnaby, Aarthi Madhavan,
Livia Sura, Lisa LaGorio, Isaac Sia

CC/W184BC

New Developments in the Study of Children With Specific
Language Impairment

Laurence Leonard

Swal

MSAC

1459

CC/W183B

1424

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Management of the
Dizzy Patient

Faith Akin, Courtney Hall

CC/S102BCD

Differential Diagnosis of the Dysarthrias Using the ELMS
Model

Paul Blanchet

VBAR

MSAC

1460

CC/S104

1425

Migraine-Associated Vertigo (MAV)

Timothy Hain

CC/W185D

Using Symbolic Gestures to Facilitate Speech Motor
Planning & Literacy Development

Lynn Carahaly, Jeremy Legaspi

VBAR
VRaL

1426

Enhancing Education in Postlaryngectomy Rehabilitation
Through Professional & Peer-Support Group Linkages

Philip C. Doyle, Jodi Knott, Jeffrey P. Searl,
Elizabeth Finchem, Terrie Hall, Wade Hampton

CC/S105D

ResD

1461

How to Launch & Build a Successful Research Career

Christy Ludlow, Raymond Kent

CC/W193

ResD

1462

CC/W196A

1427

Pediatric Voice Disorders: Multidisciplinary Evaluation &
Treatment

Maia Braden, Shannon Theis, Sarah Blakeslee, J.
Scott McMurray

CC/S105BC

The Future of Outcomes Measurement Through ASHA’s
National Outcomes Measurement System (NOMS)

Margaret Rogers, Rob Mullen

VRaL

ResD

1463

Thinking About a PhD? Information Session for Prospective
Doctoral Students

Jordan Green, Suzanne Adlof, Tiffany Hogan,
Ignatius Nip, Erin Wilson

CC/W470A

SSDC

1464

The Magic of IEP Goal-Writing for Children With SSD

Kelly Schussler, Erin Redle, Sherine Tambyraja,
Laura Justice

CC/S102BCD

Swal

1465

Esophageal Screen: The How, What, & Therefore

Caryn Easterling, Joseph Murray

CC/W474

Swal

1466

IDDSI: Toward a Common Language in Dysphagia Diet
Terminology

Julie Cichero, Peter Lam, Catriona Steele

CC/W181

Swal

1467

Maturation of Preterm Sucking Patterns & Implications for
Respiratory-Swallow Coordination

Katlyn McGrattan, Bonnie Martin-Harris

CC/W471

VRaL

1468

Guide for the Non-Singer Speech-Language Pathologist in
Management of the Dysphonic Singer

Linda Carroll, Judith Wingate, Wendy LeBorgne

CC/S105A

VClf

1469

Feeding a Child With a Cleft Palate: The First 12 Months

Kerry Mandulak, Suzanne McKenzie

CC/W185A

Friday, November 15

3:30PM-4:30PM (Sem 1hr)

ACES

1428

Time Travel in Speech-Language Pathology Clinical
Education: From the Flintstones to the Jetsons

Ann Michael, Paula Leslie

CC/W184D

ACGN

1429

Patient-Provider Communication for Patients With
Communication Disorders: Interprofessional Training of
Speech-Language Pathology & Medical Students

Carolyn Baylor, Michael Burns, Kathryn Yorkston,
Thomas McNalley

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

ACGN

1430

Tricks of the Trade: Setting the Stage for Successful
Implementation of Interprofessional Education in
Academia

Maren Townsend, Janet Schreck

CC/W183C

AAC

1431

“Making the Case” on Behalf of Individuals With Complex
Communication Needs: Advocacy Issues in AAC

Julie Gamradt, Blair Panhorst, Abygail Marx,
Andrew Bordeaux

CC/W185BC

AAC

1432

A Treatment Protocol for Developing a Brain-Computer
Interface for Switch Access

Tanya Rose Curtis

CC/S103D

AAC

1433

Conversation-Based Language Intervention With Children
Who Use AAC

Gloria Soto

CC/W192C

ACES

AAC

1434

Edwin and Esther Prentke AAC Distinguished Lecture: The
Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist in Relationship
Building with People Who Use Augmentative & Alternative
Communication

Chris Klein

CC/S105BC

ASD

1435

A Long-Distance Parent-Implemented Intervention for
Children With Autism: A Pilot Study

Hedda Meadan, James Halle, Melinda Snodgrass,
Lori Meyer, Sara Lowczyk

CC/W196B

ASD

1436

Potential Communicative Acts in Children With Autism
Spectrum Disorders

Barbara Braddock, Colleen Pickett, Jamie Ezzelgot,
Shivani Sheth, Emily Korte-Stroff, Filip Loncke, Lynn Bock

CC/S106

ASD

1437

The Myth of Intact Language Comprehension in HigherFunctioning ASD

Glenis Benson

CC/W375C

ASD

1438

The Role of the SLP on the Behavior Team

Lori Frost, Jo-Anne Matteo, Catherine Horton,
Jill Waegenaere

CC/W375A

ASD

1439

Using Visual Supports to Facilitate Verbal Language in
Preschoolers With ASD

Shelley Booker, Sarah Roy, Shauna Flynn

CC/W375B

Friday, November 15

5:00PM-6:00PM (Sem 1hr)

1470

A Systematic Approach to the Education & Clinical Training
of Speech-Language Pathology Assistants

Kay Robbins-James, Martha Dunkelberger

CC/W184D

ACGN

1471

Anatomy of a Capstone Course: Using Qualitative Research
to Build Professional Literacy

Beverly Miller, Kristen O’Neill

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

ACGN

1472

Choosing a Doctoral Program: Making Transitions for
Clinician to Academician

Kathryn Yorkston, Mary Kennedy, Carolyn Baylor,
Michael Burns, Katy O’Brien

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

ACGN

1473

Preparing Professionals for Changing Models of SchoolBased Practice: Effects of an Innovative Practicum on
Learning

Kathleen Clark, Maura Jones Moyle

CC/W192C

ACGN

1474

Preparing Students to Advocate for the Professions

Shelley Victor, Maria Dixon, Tori Gustafson

CC/W183C

SOTL

1475

Self-Assessment & Learning in Foundational Coursework in
Communication Sciences & Disorders

Kelsey Dumanch, Racheal Cowan, Abby Hemmerich,
Jerry Hoepner

CC/W196C

AAC

1476

Establishing Effective Communication for Medically
Complex Patients: Clinical Challenges & Strategies for
Success

Sarah Stranberg

CC/S105BC

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Friday, November 15, 2013
Topic

Code

Title

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Author(s)

Friday, November 15

Room
5:00PM-6:00PM (Sem 1hr)  Continued

Topic

Code

Title

As of September 14, 2013

Author(s)

Saturday, November 16

Room
8:00AM - 10:00AM (Sem 2hrs)

AAC

1477

Journey to the Core: Developing a Core Vocabulary for the
Common Core

Penelope Hatch, Allison Dennis, Marlene Cummings,
Karen Erickson

CC/S103D

ACES

1600

The Supervisor-Student-Client Triad: Fostering Intellectual
Intimacy & Therapeutic Alliance in Clinical Education

Pamela Terrell, Gary Rentschler, Charles Osborne

CC/W186

AAC

1478

Phonics Acquisition for Nonverbal Students With Moderate
Disabilities Using Systematic Instruction & iPad

Lynn Ahlgrim-Delzell, Joni Nygard

CC/W187A

ACGN

1601

How to Implement EBP in SLP Clinical Practice: A Tutorial

Sue Ann Lee, Rajinder Koul, Sherry (Cheryl) Sancibrian

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

ASD

1479

Clinical Measure of Problem-Solving in Children With &
Without Autism Spectrum Disorders

Janice Smith, Robert Marshall, Judith Page

CC/W375B

SOTL

1602

Designing Counseling Coursework for Graduate Students: A
Guide for Classroom Instructors & Clinical Supervisors

Sheryl Gottwald, Diane Constantino

CC/S104

ASD

1480

Creating a Conversational Framework for Children With
Autism Spectrum Disorders

Patrick Rydell, Sarah Treharne, Leslie Berryman Blome

CC/W196B

AAC

1603

Barry Wagner, Olivia Swim, Lauren Shaffer

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

ASD

1481

Do You See What I See: Early Identification of ASDs

Glenis Benson

CC/W375C

AAC

1604

1482

Online Tools & Strategies for Supporting the Teams of
Children With ASD or AAC Needs

Carole Zangari, Robin Parker

CC/W196A

Sarah Blackstone, Krista Wilkinson, Ji Young Na,
Jennifer Thistle

CC/W192C

ASD

Supporting the Development of Emotional Competencies
in Children With Complex Communication Needs (CCN)

ASD

1605

Sharon Walters, Angela Delvin-Brown, Kay Crabb

CC/S102BCD

ASD

1483

Perception of Emotion in Speech Prosody by Blind &
Autistic Individuals

Margaret Kjelgaard, Jessica Chiew, Tapan Gandhi,
Nidhi Singhal, Pawan Sinha

CC/W194

Beyond Telling: Targeting Initiation & Metacognition With
Individuals on the Autism Spectrum

ASD

1606

Grace Baranek, Linda Watson

CC/W375A

ASD

1484

Reading, Writing, & Rage: The 3 Rs of Asperger Syndrome

Timothy Kowalski

CC/W375A

Sensory Features & Communication Skills in Children With
Autism Spectrum Disorders

Bus

1485

Thinking Thoughts & Feeling Feelings: Social Thinking in
Preschool & Early Elementary

Nancy Tarshis, Ryan Hendrix, Kari Palmer

CC/W192AB

1607

2014 & Beyond: Health Care Coding & Reimbursement
for SLPs

Dee Adams Nikjeh, Gretchen Bebb, R. Wayne Holland,
Carmen Vega-Barachowitz, Timothy Weise

CC/W470B

ASD

Bus

Rules for Medicare in 2014: Audiology Payment, PQRS,
& ICD-10

Stuart Trembath, Robert Fifer, Robert Burkard,
Faith Akin, Leisha Eiten, Lisa Satterfield

CC/W186

Ethical Considerations in Speech-Language Pathology:
Post Acute Care

CC/W193

1486

1608

Paul Rao, Mary Casper

Bus

Bus

Pilates for Parkinson’s Disease: A Speech-Language
Pathologist’s Perspective

John Dean

CC/W475

HIPAA, HITECH, & Now the Omnibus Rule: What You Need to
Know to Avoid Liability

CC/W194

1487

1609

Jonathan Tomes

CDI

Bus

The Use of Telecommunication to Promote Carryover in
Stuttering Therapy

John Tetnowski, Michael Azios, Charles Osborne,
Jennifer Tetnowski

CC/W470B

Tommie L. Robinson Jr., Shelly S. Chabon,
Allan Diefendorf, Thomas Clay Franklin, Jay Lubinsky,
Wendy Papir-Bernstein, Julie Stover, Andrea Falzarano

CC/W196C

1488

1610

Leadership: It’s More Than a Position

FLU
ICHS

1489

Contextual Conditions for Expanding Periodic Early
Childhood Hearing Screening

Terry Foust, Jeff Hoffman, William Eiserman

CC/W185D

Bus

1611

Making Sense of G-Codes, NOMS, CMS, & Other Alphabet
Soup

Lisa Satterfield, Nancy Swigert, Tobi Frymark

CC/W190B

ICHS

1490

EHDI “Done Right”: Lessons Learned for Audiologists

Patti Martin, Diane Sabo

CC/W185A

Bus

1612

Samantha Elandary, Kay Wiley

CC/W470A

CLDP

1491

Children Adopted Internationally: Predicting Language
Performance at Age 6

Deborah Hwa-Froelich, Kelsey Rosenquist,
Hisako Matsuo

CC/W190B

Providing Quality Speech Pathology Services Using a Pay It
Forward Model: No Insurance or Billing

Bus

1613

1492

Developmental Speech Norms for Speakers of English &
Spanish: Considerations in the Assessment Standardization
Process

Ellen Kester, Scott Prath

CC/S105A

The DIY Guide for Successful Funding for School-Based
Services

Kathy Wheat, Jonathan Clancy, Barbara Conrad,
Shannon Hall-Mills, Stephen J. Harris, Carrie Spangler,
Janet Deppe

CC/W180

CLDP

CDI

1614

1493

The performance of Gullah/Geechee- & AAE-Speaking
Children on the DELV-ST

Jessica Richardson-Berry, Janna Oetting

CC/W180

Consensus Through Diverse Lenses: An Interdisciplinary,
Team-Based Assessment Model

Vicki Samelson, Michael I. Axelrod, Melissa CoolongChaffin, Erika Andrle, Lauren Demcak, Hannah Schultz,
Erin Walejko

CC/W184D

CLDP
LLCA

1494

Digital Literacy & Adolescents: Critical Considerations for
Strategic Intervention

Melissa Malani

CC/W183A

CDI

1615

Speech-Language Pathologist/Audiologist & Interpreters
Working Collaboratively for Better Patient/Client Outcomes

Katherine Langan, Karin Ruschke

CC/S103D

LDA

1495

Building Our Practice Evidence: Setting Up Databases to
Track Client Outcomes in Neurogenic Clinics

Jennifer Meyer, McKay Sohlberg, Young Susan Cho

CC/W179AB

FLU

1616

Updated Perspectives on the Neural Bases of Stuttering:
Sensory & Motor Mechanisms Underlying Dysfluent Speech

Deryk Beal, Ayoub Daliri, Torrey Loucks, Nicole Neef,
Bridget Walsh

CC/W183C

LDA

1496

Disorders of Consciousness Scale: Update on Psychometrics
& Impact of Rater Judgment on Neurobehavioral
Measurement

Theresa Pape, Trudy Mallinson, Ann Guernon

CC/W178A

IHIC

1617

Early Speech/Language Intervention With Children With
Hearing Loss: Comparison of Home & Clinic Settings

Maribeth Lartz, Tracy Meehan, Wendy Deters

CC/W185A

IHIC

1618

Turning Two With Teleintervention

Mary Buehler

CC/W471

Withdrawn

AAC & Memory: Introduction to
Assessment

LDA

1497

Supporting Communication for Adults With Aphasia:
Improving the Experience of Living With Aphasia

Nina Simmons-Mackie, Linda Worrall, Julia King,
Roberta Elman, Jacqueline Hinckley

CC/W375D

IHA

1619

Patient-Centered Care for Speech-Language Pathologists &
Audiologists Working With Older Adults

Barbara Weinstein, Jennifer Gilligan

CC/W187A

MSAC

1498

Phonological Development of Children With CAS: Birth to
24 Months

Megan Overby, Sue Caspari

CC/W184BC

CLDP

1620

Arabic, Persian, & Turkish: Linguistic & Cultural
Considerations

Mahchid Namazi, Seyhun Topbas, Ghada Khattab

CC/W185D

NAPD

1499

Withdrawn Spoken-Language Processing Model: A
More Expansive Way at Looking at Central Auditory
Processing

Larry Medwetsky

CC/W187BC

LLCA

1621

Abracadabra! Uncover & Address the Syntax Requirements
of Common Core State Standards in Expository Text

Barbara Ehren, Ruth Gorlin, Erika Nicsinger,
Lynne Telesca

CC/W375D

LLCA

1622

1500

Considering Joining the Next Generation of Researchers?
Talk With Us

Holly Storkel, Soo-Eun Chang, Tiffany Johnson,
Susannah Levi

CC/W193

Alternatives to Auditory Processing Intervention: Content
Area & Disciplinary-Specific Strategies

Stephen Charlton, Julie Bartholomew,
Geraldine Wallach

CC/W375B

ResD

LLCA

1623

CC/S106

1501

The Songbird Model: A Window Into Understanding Neural
& Peripheral Mechanisms Supporting Voice & Speech

Julie Miller

CC/W185BC

Coaching Students With Brain Injury: Instructing Older
Adolescents in High School & College in Strategies

Mary Kennedy

SpSp

LLCA

1624

CC/W192AB

1502

A Social Approach to Feeding for Toddlers

Jacqueline Klein, Elizabeth Baird

CC/W471

Gifted With Special Needs: Identification, Differentiation,
& Advocacy for Twice-Exceptional Children

Nina Benway

Swal
Swal

1503

Evaluation & Treatment of Oropharyngeal Dysphagia in
Acute Post-Operative Lung Transplant Patients

Brooke Baumann, Sara Byers, Jay Bhama, Alec Vaezi,
Tamara Wasserman-Wincko

CC/W183B

LLCA

1625

Johnny Reads CVC Words: Now What? Advanced Training in
Reading & Spelling Upper-Level Words

Nancy Telian, Marianne Nice

CC/W375C

Swal

1504

Making the Swallow Stronger: Preliminary Clinical Trial
Observations From Isometric Progressive Resistance
Oropharyngeal (I-PR0) Therapy

James Coyle, Jacqueline Hind, Marta Kazandjian,
Steven Kosek, Nicole Rogus-Pulia, Sharon Veis

CC/W190A

LLCA

1626

Scaffolding Complex Sentences: Treatment Procedures &
Pre-Post Comparisons in School-Age Children With SLI

Catherine Balthazar, Cheryl Scott

CC/W179AB

LLCA

1627

Pedagogy of Swallowing Disorders: Are We Teaching
Dysphagia Backwards?

Paula Leslie, Justin Roe, Laura Molin

Gloria Waters, Karole Howland, Julia Bertram,
David Caplan

CC/W375E

1505

Strategies to Improve Reading Comprehension by
Assessing & Remediating Component Language Skills

LLCA

1628

1506

Swallowing Rounds: Case-Based Learning &
Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Julie Blair, Kate Humphries, Katlyn McGrattan,
Kendrea Focht, R. Jordan Stewart

CC/W181

Jane Kleinert, Jacqui Kearns, Judith Page,
Robin Downing

CC/W475

Swal

Students With Severe Disabilities & Complex
Communication Needs: Addressing the Challenges in the
Schools

VRaL

1507

Chronic Cough Pathophysiology & Assessment: A Primer for
the Speech-Language Pathologist

Carol Tolejano

CC/S103ABC

LLCA

1629

The Impact of Anxiety on Communication in Adolescents
With Language Learning Disabilities

Karolyn Mirasola, Kenneth Grizzle

CC/W196B

VRaL

1508

Early Intervention in Persons With Minimally Conscious
State & Tracheostomy

Leigh Anne Baker, Mary Kelly Abry

CC/S106

LLCA

1630

The Language Literacy Connection Classroom: 5 Years Later

Lindsay Peaster, Monica Semrad, Betsy Short,
Sarah Burbach, Jennifer Lindstrom

CC/W183A

VRaL

1509

Toward a Unified Theory of Voice Production & Perception

Bruce R. Gerratt, Jody Kreiman, Zhaoyan Zhang

CC/S104

LLCA

1631

Which Way Do I Go? Expand Your Progress-Monitoring
Repertoire Using Rubrics, CBMs, & Technology

Robyn Ziolkowski, Kimberly McDowell, Bonnie Josey,
Tara Bowen, Michele Bell-Badger

CC/W185BC

VRaL

1510

Wizards of Ahhhhs: How to Get Functional Aphonics’ Voices
“Home” Again

Shelley Von Berg

CC/S102BCD

LDA

1632

Aphasia, the Internet, & Social Media: Powerful Tools for
Advocacy, Education, & Community-Building

CC/W181

VClf

1511

Cleft Lip/Palate Teams: Team Standards & Clinical Service
Delivery Models

Jayne Wachtel, David Kuehn, Lynn Marty Grames,
Mary O’Gara

CC/S105D

Ellen Bernstein-Ellis, Denise McCall, Audrey Holland,
Carol Dow-Richards, Sandra Glista, Andrew Gomory,
Janet Patterson, Gretchen Szabo

LDA

1633

How Clinicians Can Help People With Severe Aphasia
Participate in Life

Jacqueline Hinckley

CC/W187BC

LITP

1634

Expanding the Horizons of Research on Developmental
Language Disorders: A Seminar Illustrating Bruce Tomblin’s
Work

Mary Pat Moeller, Susan Ellis Weismer, Bob McMurray,
Sophie Ambrose, Elizabeth Walker

CC/W196A

Swal

12 

CC/W474

2013 ASHA Convention Pocket Planner

Saturday, November 16, 2013
Topic

Code

Title

Saturday, November 16

Author(s)

Room

David Sweatt

CC/W190A

ResD

1671

KT, EBP, & PBE: Untangling Terminology to Advance
Empirically Based Clinical Practice

Emma Power, Elise Baker, A. Lynn Williams

CC/W196C

1672

Evidence-Based Application of Device Technology in Speech
Sound Disorders: A Clinical Workshop

Gordy Rogers

CC/S106

1673

Vowel Context Effect on Early Word Forms

Namhee Kim, Barbara Davis

CC/W194

1674

Identifying Dysphagia in Persons With Dementia:
Cognition vs. Physiology

Luis F. Riquelme, Michelle L. Tristani

CC/W181

1675

Implementing Oral Care & Free Water Protocol Studies in
Acute Care: A Collaborative Model

Helen Kenedi, Jenny Reynolds, JoBeth Campbell Vance

CC/W475

1676

Pediatric Jaw Development: Information You Can Chew On

Emily Mayfield, Marni Simon, Donna Edwards,
Colleen Gould

CC/W470B

1677

Systematically Teasing Out the Physiological Factors That
Lead to Aspiration

Catriona Steele, Julie Cichero

CC/S103ABC

Swal

1678

The Graduate Dysphagia Course: Preparing Students for
the Real World of Swallowing Management

Cathy Lazarus, Mary Bacon, Debra Suiter

CC/W474

1679

Differential Diagnosis & Speech Treatment of Vocal Cord
Dysfunction

Allison Tidwell

CC/W180

1680

Green Light, GO: Voice Care Following Surgery & Voice Rest
for Benign Vocal Fold Lesions

Cynthia Grywalski

CC/S104

1681

LAX VOX Voice Therapy: The Holistic Approach From Finland

Cathleen Bergin

CC/S105D

1682

Recognizing & Treating Low-Incidence Laryngeal Disorders
in the Schools

Sally Gallena, Marie Kerins

CC/S105A

VRaL

Bonnie Martin-Harris

Research Symposium: Epigenetic Mechanisms in Learning
& Memory (Part 2)

VRaL

9th Annual Pentax Medical Lecture (formerly the
KayPentax Lecture) in Upper Airway Science: Integration
of Respiration, Deglutition, & Phonation: The Triple Threat
Essential for Patient-Centered Care

1670

VRaL

1638

CC/W183B

VRaL

Swal

Lauren Bislick, Phillip Weir

VRaL

CC/W190A

Introduction to the Principles of Motor Learning &
Application to Speech Rehabilitation

Swal

Mabel Rice

1669

Swal

Research Symposium: Growth Signaling Functions in
Language Development of Children With Specific Language
Impairment (Part 1)

CC/W183A

Swal

1637

1668

1683

The LIght Focus: A Resonance Placement Strategy for Voice
Feminization

Mary Elizabeth (Tish) Moody

CC/S102BCD

VRaL

1684

The Relationship Between Cepstral Spectral Index of
Dysphonia (CSID) & Voice Handicap Index (VHI) Scores

Shaheen Awan, Nelson Roy, Seth Cohen

CC/W178A

CC/W183B

ResD

Room

Leslie Mahler, Lorraine Ramig, Cynthia Fox

Swal

Margit Pukonen, Aravind Namasivayam,
Debra Goshulak, Ben Maassen, Frank Rudzicz,
Pascal Van Lieshout

Author(s)

Intensive Voice Treatment of Select Motor Speech
Disorders: Beyond Parkinson’s Disease With LSVT LOUD

SSDC

An Evidence-Based Care Pathway for Preschool Children
With Motor Speech Disorders

Title

SSDC

1636

Code

MSAC

ResD

1635

Stacey Pavelko, Robert Owens, Meredith Laverdure

Topic

MSAC

8:00AM - 10:00AM (Sem 2hrs)  Continued

Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Using Language Sampling
for Screening & Diagnosis

CC/S103ABC

LITP
MSAC

As of September 14, 2013

CC/W184BC

Swal

1639

Interpretation of Pediatric Videofluoroscopic Studies Using
an Audience Participation System

Joan Arvedson, Claire Miller, Jeanne Saavedra

CC/W474

VRaL

1640

Comprehensive Review of Head & Neck Cancer: Diagnosis,
Treatment, & Function

Erich Sturgis, Jan Lewin, Barbara Messing

CC/S105A

VRaL

1641

Guidelines for Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologists
in Management of Voice & Resonance in Children With
Complex Airways

Susan Baker Brehm, Lisa Kelchner, Lynn Marty Grames

CC/S105BC

Saturday, November 16

10:30AM - 11:30AM (Sem 1hr)

ACES

1642

Transgenerational Connections: A Unique Partnership &
Clinical Experience for SLP Graduate Students

Ellen Reuler, Amanda Stead

CC/S103D

ACGN

1643

Aligning Goals With the Common Core State Standards
(CCSS): An Instructional Module for Faculty

Jennifer Means, Jean Blosser

CC/W192C

SOTL

1644

Increasing Student Engagement in the Classroom

Abby Hemmerich, Jerry Kevin Hoepner,
Angela Sterling-Orth, Rebecca Jarzynski,
Vicki Samelson, Marie Stadler, Shannon Collins,
Kay Hagedorn, Carolyn Christian

CC/W375C

AAC

1645

Choosing AAC Apps for Children With ASD: Strategies &
Resources

Carole Zangari, Robin Parker

CC/W375D

AAC

1646

Including Individuals Who Use AAC in a University AAC Class

John McCarthy, Noah Trembly

CC/W187A

ASD

1647

Behavioral Analysis in Telepractice Settings vs. On-Site
Settings With an Individual with Autism

Stefania Carrozza, Michelle Boisvert,
Mary Andrianopoulos

CC/W375B

Bus

1648

Creating Efficiency & Quality in a Shrinking Economy:
Audiology Practice Health Care Economics Panel

Robert Burkard, Faith Akin, Leisha Eiten,
Stuart Trembath, Robert Fifer, Lisa Satterfield

CC/W185BC

CDI

1649

Post-Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS): The Role of SpeechLanguage Pathologists

Martin Brodsky, Susan Brady

CC/W470A

FLU

1650

Dissociations Among Linguistic, Cognitive, & Brain
Structural Measures in Children Who Stutter

Soo-Eun Chang, Ashley Clark

CC/W193

1651

Sharing AAC & Inclusion Strategies to Support People With
Communication Disabilities in Ghana, West Africa

Catherine Crowley, Lindsay Milgram, Miriam Baigorri,
Jessica Baquero, Jayne Miranda, Christine Tu,
Danielle Bonanni, Ebony Turner, Keovmorkodh Chhuon,
Natalie Zorrilla, Adriana Figueroa, Kenay Sudler,
Yolanda Perez, Andrew Angeles, Wenli Chen

CC/W471

ICHS

1652

Speech Perception Testing: A window Into Children’s
Language, Processing, Cognition, & Behavior

Joan Hewitt, Laurie Owen

IHIC

1653

New Findings on the Interaction of Hearing & Language

IHIC

1654

CLDP

Saturday, November 16

1:00PM - 2:00PM (Sem 1hr)

1686

How to “Learn on the Job?”: Insight Into Reflective
Practices in Speech-Language Pathology

Marie-Eve Caty, Philip C. Doyle, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

SOTL

1687

Infusing Case Simulations Into the Curriculum: Sharing
Lessons Learned

Carol Szymanski, Michael Flahive

CC/W475

AAC

1688

Easy & Effective Ways to Communicate & Participate With
AAC Apps on iDevices

Jill Tullman, Joni Nygard

CC/W190B

AAC

1689

Situating Communication Within Activities & Around
Objects: Examining Multimodality Across Five Case Studies

Julie Hengst, Laura DeThorne, Mary Kubalanza,
Cynthia Johnson, Amie King, Monique Kammo,
Tracy Gunderson, Hillary Valentino, Anna Ortigara,
Stephanie Russell

CC/W193

CC/W185A

ASD

1690

Improving Identification of Hispanic Toddlers With Autism
Spectrum Disorder

Sheri Stronach, Amy Wetherby

CC/W375B

Min Kyung Han, Karen Kirk, Mark VanDam,
Amanda Van Horne, Mary Pat Moeller, Holly Storkel

CC/W185D

Bus

1691

Increasing Communicative Access for Individuals with
Aphasia at National Parks Through Partnership & Inclusion

Ellen Bernstein-Ellis, Jan Avent

CC/W194

Speech Discrimination & Spatial Hearing in Toddlers With
Cochlear Implants

Christi Hess, Jan Edwards, Ruth Litovsky

CC/W187BC

Bus

1692

Beyond the Clinic Walls: Providing Speech-Language
Therapy via Telepractice

Stephanie Coe, Katheryn Boada

CC/W184BC

1655

Prevention Through Community Collaboration: Working
With Children Who Are Homeless

SallyAnn Giess, Mary Ellen Hood, Jessica Haffar,
Kristen Harrison, Holly Walker

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

Bus

1693

Concussion Legislation: Where Are We Now, & What
Happens Next?

Bess Sirmon-Taylor

CC/W196A

CLDP

1656

Young Children With Behavior Concerns: Role of SpeechLanguage Pathologists in Supporting Diverse Caregivers

Nicole Edwards

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

Bus

1694

Getting Paid: Documentation of Skilled Therapy in the
New World

Tim Nanof, Janet Brown

CC/W375A

LLCA

1657

Facilitating Conversations With Adolescents & Their
Families

Kristine Noel, Eliya Kirby

CC/W192AB

Bus

1695

I Have a Job Offer…Now What? Negotiating for Your
Financial Future

Tammie Spaulding

CC/W474

LLCA

1658

Parallels & Differences: Meaning Construction During
Writing With Language-Disordered Children

Holly Damico

CC/W183C

Bus

1696

Mentorship in Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology:
Leaving a Legacy & Making a Difference

Paul Rao, Vicki Deal-Williams

CC/W183C

LLCA

1659

SALT Software: Clinical Assessment of Language Production
in English-Fluent & Bilingual (Spanish/English) Children

Jon Miller, Aquiles Iglesias, Ann Nockerts

CC/W196B

Bus

1697

On Beyond Google: Inspiration & Information at Your
Fingertips!

Kristen Motz, Shari Robertson

CC/W375C

LLCA

1660

SLP Services for Children With Visual Impairments: A
Qualitative Report of Practitioner Practices

Kyle Brouwer, Monica Gordon Pershey,
Kelsey Warkenthien

CC/W184BC

Bus

1698

Violations: What Must Be Reported When Applying or
Reinstating Your CCCs?

Roy Shinn, Sandra Wright, Susan Brannen,
Stephanie Davidson

CC/W183A

LLCA

1661

The Magic of Collaboration! SLPs & Teachers Use RtI to
Reach Struggling Readers

Katie Squires, Sandi Gillam

CC/W375A

CDI

1699

Mindfulness & Its Relevance to Speech & Language
Therapists

Carolyn Cheasman

CC/W178A

LDA

1662

Effects of Rate & Word Predicability on Speech Entrainment
Performance in Healthy Individuals

Honey Isabel Hubbard, Julius Fridriksson, Paul Fillmore

CC/S105BC

CDI

1700

Personal Narrative Film: A Social Participation Approach to
Cognitive Rehabilitation After Traumatic Brain Injury

Cheryl Green, Rik Lemoncello, Lisa Stember

CC/W183B

LDA

1663

Living With Primary Progressive Aphasia: What Do Patients
& Families Need?

Darby Mohardt

CC/W196A

CDI

1701

Time to Join the Gym: Partnering With PT & OT for Patients
With Cognitive Issues

Jennifer Brown, Todd Novosad, Elizabeth Roberts

CC/W180

LDA

1664

Treatment of Apraxia in Adults: Personal Reflection From
a Patient

Dave Valiulis, Lori Heisler, Suzanne Moineau

CC/W186

FLU

1702

The Role of Resilience in Stuttering Intervention for
Children

Patricia Zebrowski

CC/W192C

LDA

1665

Using Guided Autobiography in Stroke Survivor Writing
Groups

Melissa Richman, Kelly Hartman

CC/W184D

Glob

1703

Issues in International Outreach: Ethics, Outcomes, & a
Need for Guidelines

Amy Meredith, Ellen Hickey, Kathryn Haasch,
Carmen Lishman

CC/W471

LITP

1666

Reach Full Potential Through Play Started in Infancy

Barbara Lechner, Tracey Lechner

CC/W190B

ICHS

1704

1667

Applying the WHO’s ICF Framework to Communication
Disorders in Cerebral Palsy

Mary Jo Cooley Hidecker, Marilyn Workinger

CC/W179AB

Winnie Chung, Robert Fifer, Jeff Hoffman,
Sharon Ringwalt

CC/W185D

MSAC

EHDI-PALS.org Is Live: A Tool to Identify Audiology Facilities
That Meet Pediatric Needs

Glob

ACGN

www.asha.org/asha2013

13

Saturday, November 16, 2013
Topic

Code

Title

Author(s)

Saturday, November 16

Room
1:00PM - 2:00PM (Sem 1hr)  Continued

IHIC

1705

Outcomes in Children With Bilateral Cochlear Implants &
Bimodal Hearing

Rene Gifford, Tamala Bradham, Megan Roberts,
Christopher Fonnesbeck, LSL-DR Investigational Team
--

CC/W187A

CLDP

1706

Considerations & Practical Strategies in the Assessment &
Treatment of Spanish-Speaking Bilingual Children

Sharon Kummerer, Ana Ayala, Ellyn McNamara,
Elizabeth Nolan

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

LLCA

1707

Addressing Inference Generation in Reading: The ACT &
Check Strategy

Kimberly Murza, Barbara Ehren

1708

Assessing the Common Core State Standards Using
Language Sample Analysis

Jon Miller, Karen Andriacchi, John Heilmann

CC/S103ABC

LLCA

1709

Strategies for Teaching Syntax to Support Students’
Reading Comprehension

Eileen Gravani, Jacqueline Meyer

1710

Dementia Therapeutic Intervention for the SLP

Margaret Watson, Nancy Shadowens

CC/W184D

LDA

1711

Post-Deployment Syndrome & College: Examining Social
Relations & Academic Skills Among Enrolled Service
Members

Bryan Ness

CC/W185BC

Title

CC/W179AB

LDA

Code

Author(s)

Room

Saturday, November 16

CC/W196B

LLCA

Topic

As of September 14, 2013

2:30PM-3:30PM (Sem 1hr)

FLU

1740

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy for Speech-Language
Therapists: An Introduction

Carolyn Cheasman, Rachel Everard

CC/S105D

Glob

1741

A U.S.-Chilean Collaborative Partnership Between Two
Communication Sciences & Disorders Programs

Margery Whites, Rebecca Crowell

CC/W471

IHIC

1742

Project ASPIRE: Understanding & Addressing Disparities in
Pediatric Hearing Loss

Sally Tannenbaum, Dana Suskind

CC/W187A

IHA

1743

Auditory Processing & Rehabilitation Following Blast
Exposure & Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)

Gabrielle Saunders, Frederick Gallun,
Michele Hutter, M. Samantha Lewis, Melissa Frederick,
Michelle Arnold, Theresa Chisolm, Paula Myers,
Marjorie Leek

CC/W187BC

IHA

1744

Infusing Aural Rehabilitation Into Clinical Practice &
Clinical Training

Kathleen Peterson, Nicole Marrone, Ingrid McBride,
Kathryn Wexler, Frances Harris

CC/W186

CLDP

1745

Dialect Mismatch & Its Implications for Academic
Achievement

Jan Edwards, Margaret (Peggy) Rosin, Megan Gross,
Jianshen Chen

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

LLCA

1746

Formative Assessment of Beginning Writers Using the
Developmental Writing Scale

Kathleen Cali, Janet Sturm

CC/S103ABC

LDA

1747

Examining Conversational Interactions Between
Individuals With TBI & Partners: Comparisons Across
Partner Types & Typical Dyads

Jerry Hoepner, Dana Kuehn, Abigail Konitzer,
Laura Mackey, Laura Michaelson, Cassandra Schilling

CC/W184BC

LDA

1748

Maximizing Clinical Experience for Students Using a
Collaborative Service Model

Jennifer Tetnowski, Jack Damico

CC/W190B

LDA

1749

Outcomes & Design Principles of a University’s Intensive
Comprehensive Aphasia Program

Janet Whiteside, Anthony Pak-Hin Kong

CC/W180

LDA

1750

Personalization Facilitates Generalization: Strategies in
Real-Life

Erin Didde, Bethany Diener, Elizabeth Bahr

CC/W178A

LDA

1712

The Restorative Power of Music for a Jazz Musician With
Global Aphasia: Life Participation Restored

Hrayr Attarian, Gordon Krainen, Lynn Chenoweth,
Louis Smith

CC/W185A

LDA

1713

The SLP & Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA): Developing
an Education Coalition

Ellayne Ganzfried, Sharon Denny, Darby Morhardt

CC/W187BC

ResD

1714

Knowledge Translation for Communication Disorders:
Accelerating the Use of Evidence in Clinical Practice

Erin Redle, Richard Peach

CC/W196C

SSDC

1715

Systematic Neuro-Speech Articulation/Apraxia
Programming (SNAAP)

Amber Rutt-Shepard, Stacie Stewart

CC/S102BCD

Swal

1716

Advancing Dysphagia Care With a Participation Focus

Shauna L. H. Smith, Heather L. Robinson

CC/W192AB

Swal

1717

Considering Pulmonary Function in Dysphagia Assessment

Deanna Britton

CC/W181

MSAC

1751

SLP Introduction to Atypical Parkinsonism: PSP CBD MSA

Laura Purcell Verdun

CC/W185BC

Swal

1718

Developing a Dysphagia Research Clinic in a Graduate SLP
Program: Steps, Challenges, Successes

Georgia Malandraki, Elise Wagner, Bernadine Gagnon,
Justine Sheppard, Chandra Ivey, Kathleen Youse

CC/W470A

ResD

1752

Evidence-Based Practice & School-Based Speech-Language
Pathologists: The Survey Says

Joan Mele-McCarthy, Kenyatta Rivers,
Maureen Staskowski, Kathleen Whitmire

CC/W179AB

Swal

1719

Understanding the Lactation Consultants’ Clinical
Evaluation of Oral-Motor Structure/Function & Dysphagia
in Breastfeeding Neonates

Elizabeth Howard, Sarah Ginsberg

CC/W470B

ResD

1753

What You Need to Know: Surface Electromyography &
Electroencephalography in Speech & Hearing

Cara Stepp, Jonathan Brumberg

CC/W185A

Swal

Management of Head & Neck Lymphedema in Patients
With Head & Neck Cancer

Brad Smith, Leila Little

CC/S105A

Eosinophilic Esopohagitis (EoE): Speech-Language
Pathologists’ Role in Diagnosis & Management

CC/W470A

1720

1754

Richard Noel, Stephanie Olive

VRaL

Swal

Maximizing Functional Outcomes & Safety for the Patient
With Tracheostomy

Sarah Stranberg

CC/S105BC

Moving High-Resolution Manometry Forward Into SLP
Practice

CC/W181

1721

1755

Molly Knigge, Stevie Marvin, Corinne Jones

VRaL

Swal

Quantitative Laryngeal Image Analysis: A Practical &
Accessible Method for Clinicians

Aaron Johnson

CC/S105D

Normal Oral-Motor Feeding Skill Development:
Performance at 8, 10, & 12 Months of Age

CC/W470B

1722

1756

Amy Delaney

VRaL

Swal

The ADA & Voice Disorders: Exploring Workplace
Productivity Issues in Individuals With Spasmodic
Dysphonia

Derek Isetti, Tanya Meyer

CC/S106

Relationship Between Posture & Atypical Swallowing:
Clinical Relevance

CC/W474

1723

1757

Licia C. Paskay, Emilio Di Giacomo

VRaL

Swal

1758

Transitioning From Non-Oral to Oral Intake

Joseph Lejeune, Jennifer Dunbar

CC/W192AB

1759

Diagnosis & Treatment of Recurrent Respiratory
Papillomatosis

Robert Bastian, Nathan Waller

CC/S105A

VRaL

1724

Vocal Warm-Up, Reset, & Cool-Down for Commercial Voice:
An Exercise Physiology Perspective

Jennifer Muckala, Mary Sandage

CC/S104

VRaL

VClf

1725

New to the Cleft Palate Team? Tips for the SLP

Kerry Mandulak, Adriane Baylis

CC/W186

VRaL

1760

Improving Outcomes: Combining Voice Therapy & Physical
Therapy

Jennifer Craig, Carey Tomlinson

CC/S106

ResD

1726

Research Symposium: Molecular Mechanisms of Speech
Development & the Genetics of Dyslexia (Part 3)

Matthias Groszer, Silvia Paracchini

CC/W190A

VRaL

1761

Laryngectomy Advocacy: An Update on Where We Have
Been & Where We Are Going

Meryl Kaufman, Jeff Searl

CC/S104

VRaL

1762

Promoting Optimal Outcomes in Vocal Cord Dysfunction:
The Role of Self-Efficacy

Karen Drake, Andrew Palmer

CC/S105BC

VClf

1763

Velopharyngeal Dysfunction: A Myriad of Possibilities

Katherine Engstler, Geralyn Harvey Woodnorth,
Liza Catallozzi

CC/W184D

Saturday, November 16

2:30PM-3:30PM (Sem 1hr)

ACES

1727

Putting It All Together: Clinical Training of Social
Pragmatics Through Story Enactments & Dramatization

Cynthia Wineinger

CC/S103D

AAC

1728

iPad for AAC: Increasing Opportunities to Communicate at
School & in the Community

Eric Sailers

CC/W375A

AAC

1729

Systems Change: Community-Building for AAC Users With
Autism Using SW-PBIS

Amy Golding, Deidre King

CC/W194

Bus

1730

Audiology, the Patient Protection & Accountable Care Act,
& What ASHA Is Doing About It

Robert Burkard, Neil Shepard

CC/W185D

Bus

1731

Forensic Speech Pathology: What Every Professional Should
Know About Giving Expert Testimony

Gwyneth Rost

CC/S102BCD

Bus

1732

Life of the Health Care SLP: Trends & Paradigm Shift

Janet Brown

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

Bus

1733

Making Intensive Speech Treatment Practical: Real-World
Implementation Strategies From LSVT LOUD Across Care
Settings

Cynthia Fox, Lorraine Ramig,
Angela Halpern, Jennifer Spielman, David Hutchings,
Heather Gustafson, Kimberly Farinella

CC/W196C

Bus

1734

Prerequisites to Successful Implementation of Telepractice
in Public Schools: The Role of the Needs Assessment

Jeanne Chaclas, Michelle Boisvert, Nerissa Hall,
Mary Andrianopoulos

Bus

1735

Reframing SLP Practice in Acute Care: An Expanded
Consultative Model for Today’s Health Care Environment

Bus

1736

Bus

1737

Saturday, November 16
ACGN

1764

Perceptions of Professional Standards of Competency for
Graduate SLP Programming in Trinidad & Tobago

Charlotte Molrine, Kathy-Ann Drayton

Hyatt/Jackson
Park AB

AAC

1765

Implementing iCommunication for Students With Complex
Communication Needs

Betsy Caporale

CC/W193

ASD

1766

Social Communication: Cotreatment Dilemma or
Cotreatment Delight?

Janis Petru, David Myford

CC/W181

Bus

1767

The Next Frontier in Rehabilitation: Connected Care Using
Tablets, Cloud-Computing, & Other Technologies

Cara Stepp, Carmen Vega-Barachowitz,
Denise Ambrosi, Peggy Perry

CC/W196A

CDI

1768

An SLP’s Firsthand Exploration of Impairment Following
Lingual Cancer & Partial Glossectomy

Kenneth Staub, Mary Beth Mason-Baughman

CC/W183B

CC/W475

CDI

1769

Got a Minute? 1-Minute Stress Busters for You & Your
Clients

Paul Cooke

CC/S103D

Carmen Vega-Barachowitz, Audrey Kurash Cohen

CC/W196B

FLU

1770

Introduction to the Variable Release Threshold (VRT)
Hypothesis of Stuttering

Paul Brocklehurst

CC/W192C

Standardized Assessment via Telepractice: Qualitative
Review & Survey Data

Tina Eichstadt, Nancy Castilleja, Melissa Jakubowitz,
Adrienne Johnson

CC/W196A

FLU

1771

Withdrawn Stuttering, Cluttering, Atypical
Disfluencies in School-Age Children: Sorting It Out

Kathleen Scaler Scott

CC/S105D

Telepractice Services: Overcoming Barriers & Achieving
High-Quality Treatment Outcomes

Nathan Curtis, Jessica Wilbur, Amy Reid

CC/W183A

Bus

1738

Telepractice: Debunking Myths & Enriching Your Clinical
Experience

Erin Andreani, Brooke Lambert, Mary Wallace,
Nathan Curtis

CC/W192C

CDI

1739

Representing Communication Disorders: How Popular
Culture Representations Have Grown From Mockery to
Advocacy

Victoria Carlson-Casaregola, Vincent Casaregola

CC/W183B

14 

4:00PM-5:00PM (Sem 1hr)

IHA

1772

Aural Rehabilitation for Adults With Cochlear Implants

Deborah Kravit

CC/W186

CLDP

1773

Phonological Awareness Training for Educators of Diverse,
Low-Income Children: A Resource for Speech-Language
Pathologists

Jayne Jaskolski, Maura Jones Moyle

Hyatt/Jackson
Park CD

LLCA

1774

Gesture Benefits Children’s Communication in Complex
Language Tasks

Shanju Lin, Lauren J. Stites, Özlem Ece Demir,
Susan Wagner Cook, Susan Goldin-Meadow,
Karla McGregor, Susan Levine, Seyda Ozcaliskan,
Amanda Van Horne

CC/S102BCD

2013 ASHA Convention Pocket Planner

Saturday, November 16, 2013
Topic

Code

Title

Author(s)

Saturday, November 16

Technical Clinical

As of September 14, 2013

Room
4:00PM-5:00PM (Sem 1hr)  Continued

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Technical Clinical

Topic

Time

Code

Title

Author(s)

Location/Room

1775

Battertown: Training Children/Grandchildren of Persons
With Aphasia

Maura English Silverman

CC/W178A

ACGN

11:30AM12:00PM

5000

Advancing Graduate Education in Medical SpeechLanguage Pathology: Project AL

Paul Blanchet

Hyatt/Clark

LDA

1776

Brain Training in Older Age: The Current Landscape

Amy Vogel

CC/W190B

AHSA

Special Populations in Audiology: Testing Issues

Leigh Ann Reel, Candace Hicks

Hyatt/Field

1777

Measuring Patient- & Surrogate-Reported Communicative
Functioning in Aphasia: The Aphasia Communication
Outcome Measure

William Hula, Patrick Doyle

CC/W180

10:30AM11:00AM

5001

LDA

AHSA

11:00AM11:30AM

5002

Raymond Hull

Hyatt/Field

1778

A Computational Model of Phonological Word-Form
Learning Incorporating Lexicon Size, Phonotactic
Probability, Neighborhood Density

Melissa Sherman

Influence of Cardiovascular Health on Peripheral &
Central Auditory Function in Older Adults: Further
Evidence

AHSA

11:30AM12:00PM

5003

Music to Their Ears: A Hearing Conservation Program for
Musicians at the University of Iowa

Karen Steurer, Danielle Kelsay

Hyatt/Field

LanS

1779

Does L1 Support English Learning? Data From Children Who
Speak an Asian Language at Home

Giang Pham, Pui Fong Kan

CC/S105A

ASD

3:00PM3:30PM

5004

Many Hands Make Light Work: Cotreatment of Auditory
& Language Deficits in ASD

Inga Denman, Annette Hurley

Hyatt/Hyde Park

MSAC

1780

Bridging Neuroscience to Clinical Skills in CAS & Other
Speech Sound Disorders

Nancy Kaufman, Martha Burns

CC/S104

ASD

3:30PM4:00PM

5005

Whet Your APPetite With a Bountiful Menu of Social
Skill Teaching Options

Laurie Bukala

Hyatt/Hyde Park

MSAC

1781

The LOUD CROWD®: Successful Group Maintenance of Voice
Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease

Kay Wiley, Samantha Elandary

CC/W179AB

ASD

6:30PM7:00PM

5006

Motivate Students & Manage Problem Behaviors: The
Magic of Token Boards & Positive Behavioral Strategies

Kathleen Murphy

Hyatt/Adler

ResD

1782

Research Symposium: Genetic Influences on Reading
Disability & Language Impairments (Part 4)

Shelley Smith

CC/W190A

ASD

7:00PM7:30PM

5007

Dichotomy in the Echolalia Literature: What Do We
Really Believe?

Lillian Stiegler

Hyatt/Burnham

Swal

1783

Behavioral Feeding Intervention for Children 1-6 Years Who
Present With Persistent Feeding Disorders

Pamela Dodrill, Jeanne Marshall

CC/W470B

ASD

7:00PM7:30PM

5008

10 Minutes for Talking: Practical Parent-Implemented
Intervention in Daily Activities for Children With ASD

Amy Maschue

Hyatt/Adler

Swal

1784

Beyond Twists & Turns: Innovative Approaches to Severe
Post-Radiation Dysphagia

Rachael Kammer, Molly Knigge

CC/W470A

CDI

6:30PM7:00PM

5009

Economic Outcomes in Speech-Language Pathology: An
Introduction to the Cost of Post-Stroke Disorders

Charles Ellis

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

VClf

1785

Approaches to Team Care for Management of 22q11.2
Deletion Syndrome

Anna Thurmes, Adriane Baylis

CC/W184D

CDI

7:00PM7:30PM

5010

Saving Lives: Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) &
Sleep-Disordered Breathing (SDB)

Licia C. Paskay

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Hear

6:30PM7:00PM

5011

If God Can Hear Your Most Inner Thoughts, Why Are
Praise Bands So Loud?

Jan Moore, Elizabeth Lewis,
Courtney Smejdir, Kassandra Johnson

Hyatt/Hyde Park

Hear

7:00PM7:30PM

5012

Temporal vs. Spatial Processing of Sensory Information
in Children With Prelingual Severe-Profound Hearing
Loss

Sneha Bharadwaj, Jyutika Mehta

Hyatt/Hyde Park

ICHS

4:30PM5:00PM

5013

Making the Functional Listening Evaluation Functional

Tori Gustafson, Candace Hicks

Hyatt/DuSable

ICHS

5:00PM5:30PM

5014

A Comparison of Neonatal ABRs to Click & Chirp Stimuli

Andrew Stuart, Kensi Cobb

Hyatt/DuSable

LDA

4:30PM5:00PM

5015

“Getting Back Into Circulation:” Evidence-Based
Decision-Making in Traumatic Brain Injury

Denise Frankoff, Janice Coles,
Patricia Fletcher

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

LDA

4:30PM5:00PM

5016

Generalizing Lexical Learning Through Mental Imagery

Subhash Bhatnagar, Bridget Zmolek,
Deirdre DeGroot, Anees Sheikh,
Hugh Buckingham

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

5:00PM5:30PM

5017

Exploring Use of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation
to Facilitate Memory: Two Case Reports

Therese O’Neil-Pirozzi

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

LDA

5:00PM5:30PM

5018

Do Feature Importance & Feature Relevance
Differentially Influence Lexical Semantic Knowledge in
Individuals With Aphasia?

Lucia Scheffel, Kate Krival

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LITP

6:30PM7:00PM

5019

Use of Session Questionnaires to Inform Clinical
Practice & EBP

Anu Subramanian

Hyatt/Field

MSAC

1:30PM2:00PM

5020

Identical Twins With 7q Deletion & Childhood Apraxia
of Speech

Ruth Stoeckel, Becky Baas,
Edythe Strand, Heather Clark

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

2:00PM2:30PM

5021

Speech Deformities in Acquired Complete Unilateral
Facial Paralysis: What Works & What Doesn’t?

Faith Katzman, Roger Simpson

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

SpSp

12:00PM12:30PM

5022

Chaos, Complexity, & Variability in Force Production &
Aging: Science for Clinicians

Christina Bronson-Lowe, Ariana Grieco,
Shaimaa Raheem, Taylor Reed,
Jessica Stelzer, Connelly Thompson

Hyatt/Clark

Swal

11:30AM12:00PM

5023

Visualizing Thickened Liquids With Low-Tech Clinical
Tools: Applications for Caregiver Training

Jane Mertz Garcia, Edgar IV Chambers,
Kelsey Brown

Hyatt/Burnham

Swal

12:00PM12:30PM

5024

Using Low-Tech Methodology to Standardize Infant
Thickening Recipes: Is It Feasible?

Marni Simon, Virginia Weill,
Lauren Arata

Hyatt/Burnham

Swal

1:30PM2:00PM

5025

The Clinical Application of Motor Learning Principles to
Dysphagia Rehabilitation

Claire Layfield, Kirrie Ballard,
Heather Clark

Hyatt/Burnham

Swal

2:00PM2:30PM

5026

The Effect of Changes in the Health Care System on
Dysphagia Patient Care Post-Stroke

Jerilyn Logemann, Munirah AlKhuwaiter

Hyatt/Burnham

Swal

4:30PM5:00PM

5027

Chronic Aspiration in Children With Normal Upper
Airway: Evaluation & Management

Kara Fletcher-Larson, Reza Rahbar,
Hasan Al Shemari, Jennifer Perez,
Kayla O’Rourke

Hyatt/Burnham

VRaL

10:30AM11:00AM

5028

The Accent Method of Voice Therapy

Christina Reuterskiold

Hyatt/DuSable

VRaL

11:00AM11:30AM

5029

The Physiological, Acoustical, & Perceptual
Characteristics of Vocal Tremor

Rosemary Lester

Hyatt/DuSable

VRaL

11:30AM12:00PM

5030

Prosthetic Rehabilitation for Improved Resonance:
How I Do It

Margaret Tiner

Hyatt/DuSable

VRaL

12:00PM12:30PM

5031

A Noninvasive Technique for Determining
Velopharyngeal Status Across Clinical Populations

Kate Bunton, Cassandra Faux,
Catherine Chong, Morgan Wilson,
Jeannette Hoit

Hyatt/DuSable

VClf

4:30PM5:00PM

5032

Closing the VPI Gap: The Journey of a School-Based
Therapist

Tambi Braun, Brooke Wyatt

Hyatt/Hyde Park

VClf

5:00PM5:30PM

5033

Treating Spanish Speakers With Cleft Palate &
Craniofacial Conditions: Clinical Considerations &
Adaptations

Diana Acevedo

Hyatt/Hyde Park

LDA

LanS

CC/S103ABC

Research Symposium - Saturday, November 16, 2013
8:00AM-10:00AM (Sem-2hrs)
ResD

1637

Research Symposium: Growth Signaling Functions in
Language Development of Children With Specific Language
Impairment (Part 1)

Mabel Rice, U of Kansas

CC/W190A

10:30AM-12:30AM (Sem 2hrs)
RResD

1670

Research Symposium: Epigenetic Mechanisms in Learning
& Memory (Part 2)

David Sweatt, U of Alabama

CC/W190A

1:30PM-3:30PM (Sem 2hrs)
ResD

1726

Research Symposium: Molecular Mechanisms of Speech
Development & the Genetics of Dyslexia (Part 3)

Matthias Groszer, U Paris Pierre & Marie Curie ;
Silvia Paracchini, St Andrews U

CC/W190A

Shelley Smith, U of Nebraska Med Ctr

CC/W190A

4:00PM-6:00PM (Sem 2hrs)
ResD

1782

Research Symposium: Genetic Influences on Reading
Disability & Language Impairments (Part 4)

www.asha.org/asha2013

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Technical Clinical
Friday, November 15, 2013

Technical Clinical

ACES

8:00AM8:30AM

5034

Teaching Hearing Conservation to Students & the
Community: An Innovative Program at the University
of Iowa

Danielle Kelsay, Stephanie Fleckenstein

Hyatt/Clark

ACES

8:30AM9:00AM

5035

A Win-Win: Bring Your Audiology & Speech-Language
Pathology Classroom to the Community

Melanie Buhr Lawler, Margaret Rosin

9:00AM9:30AM

5036

Therapy on a DIME: Dynamic Intervention Using
Materials From the Environment

Merrill Catt

Hyatt/Clark

ACES

9:30AM10:00AM

5037

Incorporating Practice-Based Education in Clinical
Education Using Single-Subject Research Designs

Anu Subramanian, Barbara Cicholski

Hyatt/Clark

AHSA

9:00AM9:30AM

5038

Outcome Difference Between Life Voice & StandardizedRecorded Speech Recognition Tests in Mandarin Chinese

Ching Ju Liu, Pei Chun Li

Hyatt/Field

AAC

10:30AM11:00AM

5039

Case Studies for Telepractice in AAC

Tanya Rose Curtis

Hyatt/Clark

AAC

11:00AM11:30AM

5040

Strides for Communication: A Collaborative Model of
AAC Intervention

Tina Caswell

Hyatt/Clark

AAC

3:30PM4:00PM

5041

Enhanced Natural Gestures & Their Efficacy in
Teaching Functional Communication to Beginning
Communicators

Stephen Calculator, Patricia DiazCaneja Sela

Hyatt/Clark

AAC

4:00PM4:30PM

5042

The Value & Limits of Automated Data-Logging &
Analysis in AAC Devices

Russell Cross

Hyatt/Clark

ASD

10:30AM11:00AM

5043

A Verbal Behavior Approach to Speech-Language
Pathology in Educational Settings

Gerianne Gilligan

Hyatt/Hyde Park

IHA

1:30PM2:00PM

5044

Documenting Treatment Efficacy on Overall Function:
What Does It Mean to “Participate in Life”?

Michael Hefferly

Hyatt/Hyde Park

IHA

2:00PM2:30PM

5045

Provision of Audiologic Services at Remote Area Medical
Expeditions

Marc Fagelson

Hyatt/Hyde Park

CLDP

10:30AM11:00AM

5046

How to Conduct Prosodic Training for Foreign Accent
Management

Alison Behrman

Hyatt/Field

CLDP

1:00PM1:30PM

5047

Documenting the Early Language & Literacy
Experiences of Bilingual Children

Carol Scheffner Hammer,
Shelley Scarpino, Lauren Cycyk,
Karen Jury

Hyatt/Clark

LLCA

10:30AM11:00AM

5048

Three Effective Literacy & Language-Based
Interventions: Implications for CCSS & RtI

Crystal Randolph

LLCA

11:00AM11:30AM

5049

Choosing, Implementing, & Evaluating a Tier 2 Reading
Fluency Intervention With Second Grade Students

LLCA

1:00PM1:30PM

5050

LLCA

1:30PM2:00PM

LDA

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Hyatt/Clark

ACES

As of September 14, 2013
Technical Clinical

AAC

10:30AM11:00AM

5067

The Impact of School Staff Instruction in PartnerAugmented Input

Jill Senner, Matthew Baud

Hyatt/Clark

AAC

11:00AM11:30AM

5068

Partners in Magic: Speech-Language Pathology &
Recreation Therapy

Emily Dayle Quinn, Erik Luvaas,
Andrea Ekstam

Hyatt/Clark

AAC

1:00PM1:30PM

5069

Augmentative Communication Intervention With
Two Chinese Children With Autism in Early Language
Transitions

Szu-Han Kay Chen, Katya Hill,
Ty Ridenour

Hyatt/Clark

AAC

1:30PM2:00PM

5070

Achieving Communication Competence: Organizing the
Process of AAC Team Collaboration & Graduate Student
Supervision

Yvonne Gillette, Katie Boarman

Hyatt/DuSable

ASD

4:00PM4:30PM

5071

Social Skills Training for Adolescents With Autism
Spectrum Disorders: Replication of the UCLA Program

Barbara Braddock, Jennifer Heithaus,
Morgan White, Patricia Deutsch,
Michael Bunis, Colleen Dolnick,
Kimberly Twyman

Hyatt/Burnham

ASD

4:30PM5:00PM

5072

Withdrawn The Role of Neurobiology in ASD? Can
Dichotic Listening Improve Auditory & Language
Processing?

Annette Hurley, Inga Denman,
Meher Banajee

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

ASD

4:30PM5:00PM

5073

Using Motivating & Interactive Planning Projects to
Enhance Conversation Skills in Adults With ASD

Jessica Franco, Rachel Reetzke

Hyatt/Burnham

IHA

10:30AM11:00AM

5074

Empowering Adults With Hearing Loss: What Every
SLP Can Do

Nicole Marrone, Mary Rose Durkin,
Frances Harris

Hyatt/Hyde Park

LDA

2:30PM3:00PM

5075

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI): Clinical Implications
for Assessment & Intervention

Christy Fleck, Melinda Corwin,
Elisabeth H. Wiig

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

3:00PM3:30PM

5076

Problem-Solving by Individuals With Typical & Atypical
Traumatic Brain Injuries

Robert Marshall, Anne Olson

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

4:00PM4:30PM

5077

Using Principles of Engagement to Increase
Participation in Speech-Language Neurorehabilitation

Nicole Etter, Megan Danzl,
Richard Andreatta, Patrick Kitzman

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

4:00PM4:30PM

5078

Rubrics: A Novel Approach to Scoring Clinical Tests of
Executive Functioning

Colleen Karow, Robert Marshall

Hyatt/Clark

LDA

4:30PM5:00PM

5079

The Relation Between Language, Nonverbal Cognition,
& Quality of Life in People With Aphasia

Eileen Hunsaker, Marjorie Nicholas

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Hyatt/Adler

LDA

4:30PM5:00PM

5080

Tracking Self-Regulation Goals Using Goal-Attainment
Scaling for Individuals With Traumatic Brain Injuries

Katy O’Brien, Mary Kennedy,
Sarah Schellinger

Hyatt/Clark

Celeste Domsch, Corrin Richels,
Laura DeLine, Janna Griffin

Hyatt/Adler

LITP

3:00PM3:30PM

5081

Joint Attention & Gestures: How Do We Teach Them?

Rachel Arntson

Hyatt/Burnham

Adolescents With Language Impairment: Improving
Their Services by Fostering Novice SLPs’ Resilience to
Workplace Enculturation

Vicki A. Reed, LaVae Hoffman,
Peggy Agee, Deepa Aier, Linda Freeman,
Karin Caskey, Dorian Wilkerson

Hyatt/DuSable

MSAC

8:00AM8:30AM

5082

Withdrawn Effects of Practice Schedule on
Speech Motor Learning in Healthy Young & Elderly
Adults

Neeraja Sadagopan

Hyatt/Burnham

5051

Adapted Books & Animal-Assisted Therapy: A Winning
Combination in Facilitating Expressive Language

Holly Smith, Megan Rodenbeck,
Rebecca Davis

Hyatt/DuSable

MSAC

8:30AM9:00AM

5083

Applying Principles of Motor Learning to Group Therapy
for Adults With Apraxia of Speech

Ilana Oliff, Brooke Hatfield

Hyatt/Burnham

8:00AM8:30AM

5052

A Treatment to Reduce Aphasic Perseverations: Theory
& Method

Maria Munoz

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

SSDC

10:30AM11:00AM

5084

Motor-Learning Principles in /r/ Treatment: Direction of
Attentional Focus

Tara McAllister Byun, Edwin Maas,
Michelle Swartz

Hyatt/Adler

LDA

8:30AM9:00AM

5053

Treatment of Pure Alexia in the Context of Visual
Apperceptive Agnosia

Jamie Mayer

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

SSDC

11:00AM11:30AM

5085

Targeting Retroflex vs. Bunched /r/: Evidence From
Ultrasound Biofeedback Intervention

Tara McAllister Byun, Elaine R. Hitchcock,
Michelle Swartz

Hyatt/Adler

LITP

8:30AM9:00AM

5054

Using Music to Enhance Interaction & Imitation

Rachel Arntson

Hyatt/Burnham

VRaL

1:00PM1:30PM

5086

The Use of Palatal Augmentation Prostheses for
Therapeutic Gain in Adult Speech

Margaret Tiner, Katherine McConville

Hyatt/Burnham

LITP

2:30PM3:00PM

5055

Verb Selection Considerations for Past-Tense
Interventions

Brian Weiler

Hyatt/Burnham

VRaL

1:00PM1:30PM

5087

Treatment of Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion in
Adolescent Athletes: A Focus on Running & Swimming

Maia Braden

Hyatt/Adler

LITP

5:00PM5:30PM

5056

Electrophysiological Correlates of Speech Perception in
Toddlers: Can ERP Aid in Identification of Risk

Vanessa Harwood, Jonathan Preston,
Bernard Grela

Hyatt/Adler

VClf

8:00AM8:30AM

5088

Kristen DeLuca

Hyatt/Hyde Park

NAPD

11:00AM11:30AM

5057

Auditory Processing Therapy: Implementation That
Meets the Common Core Standards

Jeanane Ferre

Hyatt/Hyde Park

Video Demonstrations of Treatment Strategies for
Compensatory Misarticulation Errors in Children With
Velopharyngeal Dysfunction (VPD)

NAPD

2:30PM3:00PM

5058

Doing (C)APD Therapy From the Palm of Your Hand IV

Bunnie Schuler, Donna Geffner

Hyatt/Hyde Park

NAPD

4:00PM4:30PM

5059

The Effectiveness of the Dichotic Interaural Intensity
Difference (DIID) Training: Case Studies

Jennifer McCullagh, Shannon Palmer

Hyatt/Hyde Park

Swal

10:30AM11:00AM

5060

New Approaches to Estimate Endurance of Oral Motor
Function

Phyllis Palmer, Jennifer Mahoney

Hyatt/DuSable

Swal

11:00AM11:30AM

5061

Repeating Words Will Not Affect Base of Tongue for
Swallowing

Jerilyn Logemann, Patricia Gibbons

Hyatt/DuSable

VBAR

4:00PM4:30PM

5062

The Fall(s) of America

George Spanos, Joanne Schupbach

Hyatt/Field

VRaL

5:00PM5:30PM

5063

Vocal Cord Dysfunction: A Retrospective Study on
Treatment Perspectives in Children

Katherine Beach, Jayanti Ray,
Mary Stahl, Kevin Squibb

Hyatt/Clark

VRaL

5:30PM6:00PM

5064

Utility of Listener Effort Ratings as an Outcome Measure
for Disordered Speech & Voice

Kathleen Nagle, Tanya Eadie

Hyatt/Field

VRaL

5:30PM6:00PM

5065

Sports Respiration, Exercise-Induced Asthma, & VCD in
College Athletes: The Survey Says....

Dale Gregore, Michael Beris

Hyatt/Clark

VClf

8:30AM9:00AM

5066

Acoustic Analysis of Nasal Fricatives & Audible Nasal Air
Emission: An Adjunct to Perceptual Judgments

David Zajac

Hyatt/DuSable

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Technical Research

As of September 14, 2013

LLCA

7:00PM7:30PM

5535

Under the Hood: Characterizing Speech-Language
Therapy in the Public Schools

Mary Beth Schmitt, Laura Justice

Hyatt/DuSable

LLCA

7:00PM7:30PM

5536

Narrative Ability, Phonological Awareness, & Reading
Comprehension in Students With Mild Intellectual
Disabilities

Andrea Barton-Hulsey, Rose Sevcik,
MaryAnn Romski, William Kerr

Hyatt/Clark

LDA

10:30AM11:00AM

5537

Barriers & Facilitators Influencing Speech-Language
Pathologists’ Use of Stroke Clinical Guidelines: A
National Descriptive Study

Emma Power, Kathleen Hadely,
Robyn O’Halloran

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

11:30AM12:00PM

5538

Aphasia Knowledge in Health Care Settings

Katelyn Welfle, Megan Joy, Jill Rieman,
Jenna Brosious, Alison Nutter, Ellyn Riley

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

12:00PM12:30PM

5539

A Qualitative Thematic Analysis of Factors Affecting
Speech-Language Pathologists’ Implementation of
Stroke Clinical Practice Guidelines

Emma Power, Melissa Miao,
Robyn O’Halloran

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Hyatt/Clark

LDA

1:30PM2:00PM

5540

Clinical Measures Associated With Competitive Work
Outcomes in Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury

Peter Meulenbroek, Lyn Turkstra,
Leanne Togher

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Nerissa Hall, Colleen Moylan, Elena Fader,
Yu-kyong Choe, Mary Andrianopoulos

Hyatt/Clark

LDA

2:00PM2:30PM

5541

Coherence & Cohesion in the Recounts of Individuals
With Non-Aphasic Brain Injury

Katherine Maddy, Gilson J. Capilouto,
Martha Bailey, Melissa Sustar

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

A Survey of SLPs’ Decisions When Designing Aided AAC
Displays

Jennifer Thistle, Krista Wilkinson

Hyatt/Clark

LDA

3:00PM3:30PM

5542

Auditory vs. Visual Presentation Modality: Effects on
Recall Performance by Persons With Dementia

Natalie Sanford, Nidhi Mahendra

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

5508

Parents’ & SLPs’ Roles & Expectations in AAC Training &
Maintenance: Who Does What?

Kathlene Talladay, Ana Claudia Harten

Hyatt/Clark

LDA

3:30PM4:00PM

5543

Semantic Priming of Picture-Naming in Neurologically
Healthy Younger & Older Adults

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

1:30PM2:00PM

5509

Patterns of Gesture Use in Adolescent Children Referred
for Social Skills Treatment

Barbara Braddock, Christina Gabany,
Meera Shah, Kimberly Twyman

Hyatt/Hyde Park

Christina del Toro, Lisa Edmonds,
Bruce Crosson, Leslie Gonzalez Rothi,
Diane Kendall

LITP

1:30PM2:00PM

5510

Early Screening for Social Communication Delays in
22q11DS & ASD Using the Infant-Toddler Checklist

Sara Hoffenberg, Moira Lewis,
Opal Ousley, Karlene Coleman

Hyatt/Adler

6:30PM7:00PM

5544

ASD

The Role of Adult Responses in Speech-Language
Development in Autism: New Evidence From LENA
Recordings

Anne S. Warlaumont, Jeffrey A. Richards,
Jill Gilkerson, D. Kimbrough Oller

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

ASD

2:00PM2:30PM

5511

Sensory Desensitization Training for Successful ERP
Net Application & Data Acquisition in Nonverbal ASD
Children

Cynthia Roesler,
Judy Flax, Michelle MacRoy-Higgins,
Zena Fermano, Julie Morgan-Byrne,
April Benasich

Hyatt/Hyde Park

LITP

7:00PM7:30PM

5545

Early Intervention & “Cognitive Readiness”: When to
Begin Treatment?

Karyn Searcy, Deanna Hughes

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

LITP

7:00PM7:30PM

5546

A Language Screener for Identifying Spanish-Speaking
Children With SLI

Alejandra Auza, Gareth Morgan

Hyatt/Field

LanS

3:00PM3:30PM

5547

The Role of Working Memory Storage & Attention
Focus-Switching in Children’s Complex Sentence
Comprehension

Mianisha Finney, James Montgomery

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

LanS

3:30PM4:00PM

5548

Verbal Memory Performance in Simultaneous &
Sequential Bilingual Children

Ishanti Gangopadhyay, Megan Gross,
Milijana Buac, Margarita Kaushanskaya

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

10:30AM11:00AM

5549

Speech Improvement Over Practice in Persons With
Parkinson’s Disease: An Evoked Response Potential
Study

Whitney Holman, Sarah Smits-Bandstra

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Technical Research

ACGN

4:30PM5:00PM

5500

Investigating Students’ Readiness for Interprofessional
Education

Lynette Goldberg, Douglas F. Parham

Hyatt/Field

ACGN

5:00PM5:30PM

5501

A Changing Student Body: Factors Influencing Students’
Choice of Graduate Programs

Stacey Pavelko, Melissa Malani, R.
Jane Lieberman

Hyatt/Field

AHSA

12:00PM12:30PM

5502

Noise Levels in Nightlife Venues With Live Music

Dustin Richards, Laura Smith-Olinde

Hyatt/Field

AAC

1:30PM2:00PM

5503

Early Sentence Productions by 5-Year-Olds Using AAC:
Effects of Augmented Output

Cathy Binger, Jennifer Kent-Walsh,
Marika King, Eliza Webb, Elijia Buenviaje,
Lindsay Mansfield

Hyatt/Clark

AAC

2:00PM2:30PM

5504

Using Dynamic Assessment to Assess Syntax With
5-Year-Olds Using an AAC iPad App

Marika King, Cathy Binger, Jennifer KentWalsh

Hyatt/Clark

AAC

3:00PM3:30PM

5505

Communication Partner Instruction in AAC: A
Systematic Review

Melissa Malani, Kimberly Murza,
Jennifer Kent-Walsh, Cathy Binger

AAC

3:30PM4:00PM

5506

An Examination of the Effectiveness of an AAC Training
Program for Paraprofessionals

AAC

4:30PM5:00PM

5507

AAC

5:00PM5:30PM

ASD

ASD

2:00PM2:30PM

5512

Parent Report in Identifying Autism in Infants

Lauren Peterson, Linda Watson

Hyatt/Adler

ASD

3:30PM4:00PM

5513

Caregiver Perception of Prelinguistic Vocalizations in
Infant Siblings: A Case Study

Heather Ramsdell, Randi Killeen

Hyatt/Burnham

ASD

3:30PM4:00PM

5514

Joint Attention Intervention for Autism: Results of a
Systematic Review & Meta-Analysis

Kimberly Murza, Debbie Hahs-Vaughn,
Jamie Schwartz, Chad Nye

Hyatt/Adler

ASD

4:30PM5:00PM

5515

Validation of the Video-Guided Autism Screener

Rebecca Landa, Sarah Warnet

Hyatt/Adler

ASD

5:00PM5:30PM

5516

The Diversity of Questions Preschoolers With Autism
Experience & Respond to: Implications for SLPs

Eric Sanders, Katie Belardi, Dwight Irvin,
Luke McCune, Brian Boyd, Sam Odom

Hyatt/Adler

MSAC

11:00AM11:30AM

5550

Effects of EMST on Dysprosody in Individuals With
Parkinson’s Disease

Meghan White, Jessica Huber

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

ASD

6:30PM7:00PM

5517

Virtual Reality Social Cognition Training in Autism
Across the Age Span

Tandra Allen, Nyaz Didehbani,
Sandra Chapman

Hyatt/Burnham

MSAC

11:30AM12:00PM

5551

The Effects of Sentence Completion on Word Production
in Individuals With Apraxia of Speech

Angela Van Sickle, James Dembowski

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

FLU

1:30PM2:00PM

5518

Analysis of Stuttering & Reading Errors Using EyeTracking Hardware During Adaptation & Consistency
Tasks

John Tetnowski, Ryan Nelson,
Michael Azios, Jack Damico

Hyatt/DuSable

MSAC

12:00PM12:30PM

5552

Randomized Clinical Trial (RCT) of Voice Treatment for
Parkinson’s Disease

Lorraine Ramig, Cynthia Fox,
Jennifer Spielman, Angela Halpern,
Katherine Freeman

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

FLU

2:00PM2:30PM

5519

Syllabification in Adults Who Stutter: Analysis of Stress
& Syllable Boundary

Geoffrey Coalson, Courtney Byrd

Hyatt/DuSable

NAPD

5:00PM5:30PM

5553

Factor Analysis of Central Auditory Processing Test
Performance in Children Being Evaluated for CAPD

Hyatt/Burnham

FLU

3:00PM3:30PM

5520

Parental Perspectives of the Advantages of Self-Help
for Teens Who Stutter: A Qualitative Analysis

Michael Azios, John Tetnowski

Hyatt/DuSable

Jeffrey Weihing, Linda Guenette,
Gail Chermak, Mallory Brown,
Julianne Ceruti, Krista Fitzgerald,
Kristin Geissler, Jennifer Gonzalez,
Frank Musiek

FLU

3:30PM4:00PM

5521

Concurrent Treatment of Stuttering & Speech Sound
Disorders: Phase I Trial

Rachael Unicomb, Sally Hewat,
Elizabeth Spencer, Elisabeth Harrison

Hyatt/DuSable

SpSp

11:30AM12:00PM

5554

Central Bottleneck Influences on Word-Production
Stages in Children: ERP Evidence

Nathan Maxfield

Hyatt/Adler

Hear

10:30AM11:00AM

5522

Negative Middle Ear Pressure & Distortion Product
Otoacoustic Emission Fine Structure

Suzanne Thompson

Hyatt/Hyde Park

SpSp

12:00PM12:30PM

5555

Neurocognitive Processing Bottlenecks in Speech
Multitasking

Nathan Maxfield

Hyatt/Adler

Hear

11:00AM11:30AM

5523

Development of a Clinical Test of Environmental Sound
Cognition

Valeriy Shafiro, Stanley Sheft,
Paige Formsma, Andrew Favale,
Robert Risley, Derek Stiles

Hyatt/Hyde Park

SSDC

10:30AM11:00AM

5556

The Development of Phoneme-Awareness Skills in
Typically Developing 3-Year-Olds

Cecilia Kirk

Hyatt/Adler

SSDC

11:30AM12:00PM

5524

The Effect of Memory Load on Intensity Resolution in
Individuals With Parkinson’s Disease

Kelly Richardson, Joan Sussman,
Elaine Stathopoulos, James Sawusch

Hyatt/Hyde Park

11:00AM11:30AM

5557

A Generalized Computer-Analysis Program for Assessing
Speech Sound Disorders in Children

Justin Dvorak, Eunsun Park,
Frank Boutsen

Hyatt/Adler

Hear

Swal

5525

Speech-on-Speech Masking for Children & Adults:
Effects of Target/Masker Language Mismatch

Lauren Calandruccio, Bianca Gomez,
Emily Buss, Lori Leibold

Hyatt/Hyde Park

5558

The Relation Between Tongue Strength & Oral Phase
Duration in the Normal Adult Swallow

Hyatt/Burnham

12:00PM12:30PM

11:00AM11:30AM

Derek Headley, Julie Stierwalt

Hear
IHIC

10:30AM11:00AM

5526

The Impact of Childhood Hearing Loss on Grandparents:
An Exploration of Third-Party Hearing Disability

Nerina Scarinci, Ennur Yanbay,
Louise Hickson

Hyatt/Clark

IHIC

11:00AM11:30AM

5527

Signal Detection of Lip-Reading Visemes Using 2D &
3D Images

Rita Quigley, Al Yonovitz,
Kortney Kemmis, Sarah Hansen,
Heather Manson

Hyatt/Clark

IHIC

3:00PM3:30PM

5528

Use of Linguistic Processes & Visual Images in Written
Expression of Students Who Are Deaf

Hannah Dostal, Lisa Bowers

Hyatt/Burnham

CLDP

1:30PM2:00PM

5529

A Systematic Review of Tools to Assess Children’s Speech
in Languages Other Than English

Sharynne McLeod, Sarah Verdon

Hyatt/Field

CLDP

2:00PM2:30PM

5530

How Much Time to Learn an L2 That’s Not English? The
Impact of Economic Value

Elin Thordardottir

CLDP

3:00PM3:30PM

5531

A Longitudinal Study of English Narrative Development
in Spanish-English Bilinguals

CLDP

3:30PM4:00PM

5532

LLCA

6:30PM7:00PM

LLCA

6:30PM7:00PM

Friday, November 15, 2013

Technical Research

AAC

9:00AM9:30AM

5559

Symbol Organization & Representation in Children With
Autism Spectrum Disorders Using AAC

John McCarthy, Joann Benigno,
MacKenzie Snyder, Abigail Adams,
Jamie Cooley

Hyatt/Burnham

AAC

9:30AM10:00AM

5560

Using Communication Coaching to Enhance Interactions
Between Individuals With Rett Syndrome & Their
Communication Partners

Theresa Bartolotta, Patricia Remshifski,
Amanda Russo, Jamie Hyler, Kerri Rogers,
Alexandra Arena

Hyatt/Burnham

FLU

1:00PM1:30PM

5561

The Effects of Grammatical Development on
Disfluencies in Children Who Persist & Recover From
Stuttering

Julia Hollister, Amanda Van Horne,
Patricia Zebrowski

Hyatt/Field

Hyatt/Field

FLU

1:30PM2:00PM

5562

Verbal & Nonverbal Auditory Inhibition in Children Who
Stutter: Preliminary Results

Julie Anderson, Stacy Wagovich

Hyatt/Field

Abbie Olszewski, Raul Rojas,
Sandra Gillam, Aquiles Iglesias,
Hugo Segura, Cathy Maahs-Fladung

Hyatt/Field

FLU

2:00PM2:30PM

5563

Forward vs. Inverse Internal Models in Stuttering
Individuals’ Nonspeech Movements

Ayoub Daliri, J. Randall Flanagan,
Ludo Max

Hyatt/Field

Kathryn Crowe, Sharynne McLeod,
David McKinnon, Loraine Fordham,
Teresa Ching

FLU

5564

Lauren White, Torrey Loucks,
David Gooler, Ron Chambers

Hyatt/Field

Hyatt/Field

2:30PM3:00PM

Sensory Gating in Adults Who Stutter

Language Choice for Children With Hearing Loss:
Influences on Caregiver Decision-Making

Hear

5565

Hyatt/Hyde Park

Integration of Literacy in Speech-Language Therapy: A
Descriptive Analysis of Treatment Practices

Sherine Tambyraja, Mary Beth Schmitt,
Laura Justice, Jessica Logan

Benefit From Integration of Auditory & Visual Speech
Cues in Preschoolers

Kaylah Lalonde, Rachael Holt

5533

8:00AM8:30AM

Hyatt/DuSable

Hear

5566

5534

Effects of Noise on Cognitive Function During Dual Tasks
Across Normally Aging Adults

Jennine Harvey, Deborah Von Hapsburg,
Kristin King

Hyatt/Hyde Park

Lynne Telesca, Barbara Ehren

8:30AM9:00AM

The Effect of Response to Intervention on School
Speech-Language Pathologists Amidst Implementation

Hyatt/Clark

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Technical Research

As of September 14, 2013

LanS

1:00PM1:30PM

5599

Therapy for Sesotho Speakers With Anomia: Toward a
Parametric Aphasiology

Brent Archer, Nicole Müller, Claire Penn

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

LanS

1:30PM2:00PM

5600

Contemporary Evidence of Typical Conversational
Discourse

Dana Kuehn, Jerry Hoepner

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

LanS

2:00PM2:30PM

5601

Real-Time Language Processing by Toddlers, Adults, &
School-Age Children Learning Spanish

Casey Lew-Williams

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

LanS

2:30PM3:00PM

5602

Bilinguals’ & Monolinguals’ Linguistic Ambiguity
Resolution During Comprehension & Production:
Similar Patterns but Different Pathways

Henrike Blumenfeld, Noriko Hoshino,
Guillaume Thierry

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

LanS

5:30PM6:00PM

5603

English Stress Knowledge & Reading Ability in Adult
Mandarin-Speaking English Learners

Wei-Lun Chung, Linda Jarmulowicz

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

8:00AM8:30AM

5604

Automated Lexical Stress Classification Tool for
Assessing & Treating Dysprosody in Childhood Apraxia
of Speech

Jacqueline McKechnie, Kirrie Ballard,
Mostafa Shahin, Elizabeth Murray,
Beena Ahmed

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

8:30AM9:00AM

5605

Exploring Factors for Treatment Success in Childhood
Apraxia of Speech: Data from an RCT

Elizabeth Murray, Patricia McCabe,
Kirrie Ballard

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

9:00AM9:30AM

5606

Novel Word-Learning in Children With CAS: Changes in
Speech Motor Control

Julie Case, Maria Grigos

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

9:30AM10:00AM

5607

Effect of Auditory Masking in Children With CAS, Speech
Delay, & Typical Speech Development

Jenya Iuzzini, Allison Hanen,
Jordan Green, Tiffany Hogan

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

5:00PM5:30PM

5608

Updated Treatment Guidelines for Acquired Apraxia of
Speech: Systematic Review of Studies 2004 to 2012

Kirrie Ballard, Julie Wambaugh,
Joseph Duffy, Claire Layfield,
Edwin Maas, Shannon Mauszycki,
Malcolm McNeil

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

5:30PM6:00PM

5609

Individual Articulators’ Contribution to Vowel
Production by Persons With ALS

Jun Wang, Jordan Green, Ashok Samal,
Yana Yunusova

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

Hyatt/Clark

NAPD

3:30PM4:00PM

5610

Differing Diagnostic Outcomes Based on Choice of
Auditory Processing Screening & Test Battery Selection

Tina Stoody, Gwendolyn Dillman

Hyatt/Hyde Park

Richard Steele

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

NAPD

4:00PM4:30PM

5611

Jane A. Baran

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

The Outcome of Semantic Feature Analysis Treatment in
Aphasia With & Without Apraxia of Speech

Dominique Isabelle Scholl, Kirrie Ballard,
Patricia McCabe, Lyndsey Nickels

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

The Comorbidity of Reading Disabilities (RD) & Central
Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD): A Meta-Analytic
Investigation

SSDC

Hyatt/Adler

Gayle DeDe, Jessica Knilans,
Matthew Ricca

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

Bilingual Treatment Effect for English-Mandarin
Bilingual Children With Speech Sound Disorders

Tao-yuan Li

Construct Validity & Reliability of Working Memory
Tasks for People With Aphasia

9:00AM9:30AM

5612

5580

SSDC

5581

Andrew Palmer, Jason Newsom,
Karen Rook

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Relations Between Babble & Words for Toddlers With
Williams Syndrome

Shelley Velleman, Lauren Jones,
Lynn Osborn Varley, Myra Huffman,
Carolyn Mervis

Hyatt/Adler

How Do Communication Difficulties Impact the Social
Lives of Older Adults?

9:30AM10:00AM

5613

10:30AM11:00AM

LDA

11:00AM11:30AM

5582

Satisfying Constraints: A (Relatively) New Approach to
Understanding Sentence-Comprehension Impairments
in Aphasia

Gayle DeDe

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

SSDC

3:30PM4:00PM

5614

Speech Perception Processes in Children With
Phonological Deficits: Evidence From Behavioral &
Electrophysiological (ERP) Measures

Kathryn Cabbage, Thomas Carrell,
Tiffany Hogan, Dennis Molfese

Hyatt/Adler

LDA

11:00AM11:30AM

5583

Effects of Age & Working Memory on the
Comprehension of Anaphora

Maryam Ghaleh, Megan McAuliffe,
Catherine Moran, Ewald Neumann,
Patrick LaShell

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

SSDC

4:00PM4:30PM

5615

Phonological Representations in Children With &
Without Speech Sound Disorders

Edwin Maas, Erin Phillips

Hyatt/Adler

Swal

8:00AM8:30AM

5616

Viscosity Measurements of Fortified Breast Milk

Emily Mayfield, Colleen Gould,
Kylie Bullock, Leah Woods, Jenny Walters

Hyatt/Adler

Swal

8:30AM9:00AM

5617

Factors Affecting Transition to Oral Feeding in Preterm
Neonates: Changing Trends With Advancing Medical
Management

Pamela Dodrill, Tim Donovan

Hyatt/Adler

Swal

9:00AM9:30AM

5618

Comparison of Timing Abnormalities Leading to
Penetration vs. Aspiration During the Oropharyngeal
Swallow

Nogah Nativ, Jerilyn Logemann,
Peter Kahrilas

Hyatt/DuSable

Swal

9:30AM10:00AM

5619

PD-Related Dysphagia & the Effectiveness of Online
Compensatory Strategies During Modified Barium
Swallow Studies

Laura Gingrich, Kristin Larsen,
Jerilyn Logemann

Hyatt/DuSable

Friday, November 15, 2013

Technical Research  Continued

Hear

9:00AM9:30AM

5567

Working Memory & Development of the Audiovisual
Advantage in Children With Hearing Loss

Derek Stiles, Cheryl Robinson

Hyatt/Hyde Park

ICHS

8:00AM8:30AM

5568

Development of a Pediatric High-Frequency Word
Recognition Test

Gwendolyn Dillman, Julie Hanks,
Donald Finan

Hyatt/Field

ICHS

8:30AM9:00AM

5569

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening: Findings on Risk
Indicators, Etiology of Hearing Loss, Intervention, &
Management

Lori Van Riper, Paul Kileny

Hyatt/Field

9:30AM10:00AM

5570

Wireless Technology: Improving Signal-to-Noise Ratio
for Children in Challenging Situations

Astrid Haastrup

9:30AM10:00AM

5571

Auditory-Cognitive Training Improves Language
Performance in Prelingually Deafened Cochlear Implant
Recipients

Erin Ingvalson, Nancy Young,
Patrick Wong

Hyatt/Field

11:00AM11:30AM

5572

Examining the Cognitive Mechanisms Predicting
Typically Developing School-Age Children’s Grammatical
Comprehension

Beula Magimairaj, James Montgomery

Hyatt/Field

LLCA

1:30PM2:00PM

5573

Does Teaching Narrative Structure to Children With
Language Impairments Improve Comprehension of
Expository Text?

Brynne Evans, Sandra Gillam

Hyatt/Clark

LLCA

2:00PM2:30PM

5574

A Neglected or Forgotten Group? SLP Service Provision
to Adolescents in the Republic of Ireland

James Degabriele, Irene Walsh

Hyatt/DuSable

LLCA

2:00PM2:30PM

5575

Comparison of the Methods Used for Research & Clinical
Purposes to Identify Specific Language Impairment

Stacy Betz, Courtney Richardson

Hyatt/Clark

LLCA

2:30PM3:00PM

5576

Executive Function Development in Typically
Developing Australian Children as Measured by
Semantic Fluency

Sara Chami, Natalie Munro,
Kimberley Docking, Karla McGregor,
Joanne Arciuli, Elise Baker

Hyatt/DuSable

LLCA

2:30PM3:00PM

5577

The Auxiliary System: Full Bloom

John Muma, Jennifer Corie, Steven Cloud

LDA

9:00AM9:30AM

5578

Combining Apps, Interaction Design, & Learning
Analytics for Aphasia Therapy

LDA

9:30AM10:00AM

5579

LDA

10:30AM11:00AM

LDA

IHIC
IHIC

LLCA

Hyatt/Hyde Park

1:00PM1:30PM

5584

Core Lexicon Analysis: Efficient Assessment of Narrative
Discourse in Persons With Aphasia

Jessica Richardson, Emily Dillow,
Sarah Grace Hudspeth

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

1:30PM2:00PM

5585

Changes in Category-Generation but Not PictureNaming Predict Discourse Changes Following Anomia
Treatment

Lori Altmann, Audrey A. Hazamy,
Michelle Benjamin, Bruce Crosson

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

2:00PM2:30PM

5586

Language Sampling With Adults: Establishing a
Normative Database

Marilyn Nippold, Paige Cramond,
Christine Hayward-Mayhew

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

LDA

2:30PM3:00PM

5587

Reliability & Validity of the Verbal Activity Log for
Assessment of Speech in Aphasia

Michelle Haddad, Edward Taub,
Victor Mark, Margaret Johnson,
Jamie Wade, Leslie Harper, Ameen Barghi,
Gitendra Uswatte

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Swal

Hyatt/Adler

5588

Supported Reading Comprehension for People With
Aphasia: Photographic & Linguistic Supports

Aimee Dietz, Kelly Knollman-Porter,
Karen Hux, Karyn Toth, Bridget Brown

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Virtual Simulation Training for Clinical Competence
in FEES

Dale Gregore, Janet Sechrist

3:30PM4:00PM

2:00PM2:30PM

5620

LDA

Swal

5589

The Impact of Communication Partner Variables on
Supported Conversation in Aphasia

Phillip Sechtem, Julie Scherz,
Anthony DiLollo, Louis Medvene,
Douglas F. Parham, Randy Ellsworth,
Lyn Goldberg

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Dysphagia Severity & Its Impact on Clinical Swallow
Assessments Conducted via Telerehabilitation

Elizabeth Ward, Clare Burns,
Deborah Theodoros, Trevor Russell

Hyatt/Adler

4:00PM4:30PM

2:30PM3:00PM

5621

LDA

Swal

3:30PM4:00PM

5622

Dysphagia Following Head & Neck Cancer Management:
The Caregivers’ Perspective

Rebecca Nund, Elizabeth Ward,
NerinaScarinci,BenaCartmill,PimKuipers,
Sandro Porceddu

Hyatt/Burnham

LDA

5:00PM5:30PM

5590

Dose-Response Relationships in Sentence-Production
Treatment for Aphasia

Michael Dickey, Hyun Soo Yoo

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Swal

4:00PM4:30PM

5623

Effectiveness of Aggressive Oral Care in Reducing
Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia in Non-ICU Patients

Gintas Krisciunas, Edel McNally,
Susan Langmore

Hyatt/Burnham

LDA

5:30PM6:00PM

5591

Cognitive Control in Bilingual Aphasia

Teresa Gray, Swathi Kiran

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Swal

5:00PM5:30PM

5624

The Effects of Age & Swallowing Effort on Bolus
Accommodation in Healthy Older Adults

Lisa LaGorio, Isaac Sia, Michael Crary,
Giselle Carnaby

Hyatt/Hyde Park

LITP

10:30AM11:00AM

5592

The Impact of Word Form on Typical & Atypical
Emerging Lexicons

Stephanie Stokes

Hyatt/Burnham

Swal

5:30PM6:00PM

5625

Outcomes of Lingual Pressure Generation During
Isometric Gross & Fine Tongue Motor Tasks

Kim Churness, Jacqueline Hind,
Kelsey Banaszynski, JoAnne Robbins

Hyatt/Hyde Park

LITP

11:00AM11:30AM

5593

More Than ABCs: Skill Development of Alphabet
Knowledge in Preschool Children

Lucy Hart Paulson, Kendra Emmett,
Jane Reynolds

Hyatt/Burnham

VBAR

3:30PM4:00PM

5626

Use of Natural Language Processing to Evaluate
Incidence of Dizziness

Kristal Riska

Hyatt/Field

LITP

1:00PM1:30PM

5594

Barney, Sesame Street, & Pronouns: A Discussion of
Pronoun Modeling on Two Popular Cartoons

Valerie Boyer, Melissa Norris,
Kathryn Martin

Hyatt/Burnham

VRaL

3:30PM4:00PM

5627

Acoustic Landmark-Based Analysis of Intelligibility in
Speakers With Vocal Pathology

Marisha Speights, Keiko Ishikawa,
Suzanne Boyce

Hyatt/DuSable

LITP

1:30PM2:00PM

5595

Elicited Production of Complement-Taking Verbs Across
Complement Clause Types in Typically Developing
Preschool Children

Karen Barako Arndt, C. Melanie Schuele

Hyatt/Burnham

VRaL

4:00PM4:30PM

5628

Effects of Sample Duration on Cepstral Measures of
Continuous Speech in Speakers With Dysphonia

Christopher Watts, Shaheen Awan

Hyatt/DuSable

VRaL

2:00PM2:30PM

5596

The Effects of a Parent-Implemented Language
Intervention for Children With Language Impairments

Megan Roberts, Ann Kaiser

Hyatt/Burnham

5:00PM5:30PM

5629

Normal Listeners’ Reactions to Phonotraumatic
Voice: Cognitive Work Load, Speech Intelligibility, &
Comprehensibility

LITP

5:00PM5:30PM

5597

Linguistic Profile of Persian-Speaking Children With
Primary Language Impairment: A Report on Clinical
Applicability

Yalda Kazemi, Thomas Klee,
Helen Stringer

Hyatt/Burnham

Paul Michael Evitts, Heather Starmer,
Kristine Teets, Christen Montgomery,
Lauren Calhoun, Allison Schulze,
Jenna MacKenzie, Lauren Adams

Hyatt/Field

LITP

VRaL

5:00PM5:30PM

5630

Comparison of Relative Fundamental Frequency
Estimates Using Neck Skin Vibration & Acoustics

Yu-An Stephanie Lien, Cara Stepp

Hyatt/DuSable

5:30PM6:00PM

5598

Performance of Preschool Children With Language
Impairment on an Arabic Sentence-Repetition Test:
Assessment & Implications

Ashwag Wallan, Shula Chiat , Penny Roy

Hyatt/Burnham

VRaL

5:30PM6:00PM

5631

Fatigue & Sense of Effort During Alaryngeal Speech

Jeff Searl, Brittany Boddicker,
Molly Thurman

Hyatt/DuSable

LDA

LITP

18 

2013 ASHA Convention Pocket Planner

Technical Research

As of September 14, 2013

11:00AM11:30AM

5635

Acquisition of Auxiliary Syntax in Twins Using AAC

Tom Kovacs, Katya Hill

Hyatt/DuSable

AAC

1:00PM1:30PM

5636

Using Sign Language to Prompt Vocal Speech Forms

Emily Schott, Janine Shapiro,
Maggie Curry, Ryanne Slavens

4:00PM4:30PM

5637

Auditory Hypersensitivity/Hyperreactivity in Autism:
Five Cases

Lillian Stiegler, Rebecca Davis

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

IHA

9:00AM9:30AM

5638

An App for the Dynamic Assessment of Hearing Aids

Kathleen Cienkowski

9:30AM10:00AM

5639

Family-Centered Care in Adult Hearing Services: The
Perspectives of Audiologists, Clients, & Family Members

Nerina Scarinci, Carly Meyer,
Louise Hickson, Paul Bunn

Hyatt/Hyde Park

IHA

11:00AM11:30AM

5640

The Effects of the Listening & Communication
Enhancement Program on Acceptable Noise Levels

Alisha Jones

Hyatt/Hyde Park

CLDP

10:30AM11:00AM

5641

Aspirations of an International Expert Panel for
Working With Multilingual Children With Speech Sound
Disorders

Sharynne McLeod, Sarah Verdon,
Caroline Bowen

Hyatt/Field

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

8:30AM9:00AM

5668

Intelligibility Benefits Associated With Listener
Knowledge of Topic Keywords

Ben Rutter

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

9:00AM9:30AM

5669

Increasing the Reliability of Speech Naturalness Data in
Perceptual Research

Marie Klopfenstein, Elizabeth Paquin,
Jennifer Davis, Ariel Hagemann,
Noel Williams

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

9:30AM10:00AM

5670

Familiarization Effects on Word & Phoneme
Transcriptions of Dysarthric Speech

Heejin Kim, Suzanne Nanney

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

10:30AM11:00AM

5671

Logopenic & Nonfluent Primary Progressive Aphasia Are
Reliably Differentiated by Acoustic Measures of Speech
Production

Kirrie Ballard, Cristian Leyton,
Adam Vogel, Sharon Savage, John Hodges

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

11:00AM11:30AM

5672

Does an Objective Measure of Lexical Stress
Differentiate Apraxia of Speech & Aphasia?

Kirrie Ballard, Marianne Vergis,
Joseph Duffy, Malcolm McNeil

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

1:00PM1:30PM

5673

Speech Intelligibility Loss as a Function of Speech
Subsystem Motor Decline Due to ALS

Panying Rong, Jordan Green,
Yana Yunusova

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

MSAC

1:30PM2:00PM

5674

The Relation Between Acoustic Characteristics of Lexical
Stress & Their Perceptual Effects in Greek Dysarthria

Ioannis Papakyritsis

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

8:00AM8:30AM

5675

Voice-Related Modulation of Laryngeal
Mechanosensory Detection Thresholds in the Human
Larynx

Michael Hammer, Mallory Krueger,
Krystal Simpraphone

Hyatt/Field

SpSp

8:30AM9:00AM

5676

The Larynx & Voice Fine Motor Control: A Touchy Subject

Michael Hammer, Matthew Hoffman,
Elliot Eklund, Nikala Wickstrom

Hyatt/Field

8:30AM9:00AM

5680

Adjustments in Mandarin Tone Production in Response
to Pitch-Shifted Auditory Feedback

Yongqiang Feng, Yonghong Yan,
Ludo Max

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

1:00PM1:30PM

5677

The Acoustic & Perceptual Effects of Left-Right Vocal
Fold Asymmetries Based on Computational Modeling

Robin Samlan, Brad Story, Andrew Lotto,
Kate Bunton

Hyatt/Field

1:30PM2:00PM

5678

Acoustic & Perceptual Effects of Left-Right Asymmetries
in Simulated Vocal Fold Paralysis

Robin Samlan, Brad Story, Kate Bunton,
Andrew Lotto

Hyatt/Field

2:30PM3:00PM

5679

Stop VOT Productions in Bilingual Spanish-English
Children & Their Monolingual Peers With Cochlear
Implants

Amanda Procter, Ferenc Bunta

Hyatt/Field

3:00PM3:30PM

5681

Allophony in Bilingual Learners: A Longitudinal Study

Lauren Burrows, Linda Jarmulowicz, D.
Kimbrough Oller

Hyatt/Field

4:00PM4:30PM

5682

Effects of Syntactic Complexity on Speech Motor
Performance

Christopher Dromey, Kelsey Boyce

Hyatt/Field

Hyatt/Hyde Park

IHA

Katarina Haley, Adam Jacks,
Young Truong

Hyatt/DuSable

ASD

Documenting Intelligibility in Speakers With Aphasia:
How Many Listeners Do I Need?

Hyatt/DuSable

AAC

5667

SpSp

Katya Hill, Tom Kovacs, Sangeun Shin

8:00AM8:30AM

SpSp

5634

Interrater Reliability for Transcription & Analysis of
Naturalistic AAC Language Samples for Two Clinical
Studies

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

SpSp

10:30AM11:00AM

Selen Gunduz, Dwayne Paschall

Hyatt/Field

AAC

An Update on the Contribution of Cerebellum to Verbal
Working Memory: An ALE Meta Analysis

SpSp

Nicholas Altieri, Daniel Hudock

5666

SpSp

5633

Measures of Audiovisual Speech Integration Ability in
Normal Hearing & Hearing Impaired Adults

3:00PM3:30PM

SpSp

9:30AM10:00AM

Hyatt/Grant
Park AB

Hyatt/Field

AHSA

Suzanne M. Miller

SpSp

Stanley Sheft, Valeriy Shafiro,
George Spanos, Monika Tiido

Linguistic Working Memory: A New Working Memory
Construct

MSAC

Clinical Assessment of Spectral-Pattern Discrimination
Ability

5665

MSAC

5632

2:30PM3:00PM

LanS

Technical Research

9:00AM9:30AM

LanS

MSAC

Saturday, November 16, 2013
AHSA

CLDP

11:00AM11:30AM

5642

L2 Speech Intelligibility Can Be Affected by Speech Rate
& Linguistic Proficiency

Sridhar Krishnamurti, Almitra Medina,
Gilda Socarras, Michelle Huebner

Hyatt/Field

LLCA

8:00AM8:30AM

5643

Brazilian Version of the Detailed Assessment of
Speed of Handwriting (DASH): Conceptual & Semantic
Equivalence

Simone Capellini, Monique Cardoso

Hyatt/DuSable

LLCA

8:30AM9:00AM

5644

The Effectiveness of an Intervention Focused on
Engaging Teenage Parents With Literacy

Amy Collings, Brigid McNeill

Hyatt/DuSable

LLCA

9:00AM9:30AM

5645

An Exploratory Study of the Narrative Production of
African American & European American 5th Graders

Megan Mahowald, R. Danielle Scott

Hyatt/DuSable

LLCA

9:00AM9:30AM

5646

Role of Phonological Opacity & Morphological
Knowledge in Predicting Reading Skills in School-Age
Children

Gayatri Ram, Sally Marinellie

Hyatt/Burnham

9:30AM10:00AM

5647

Attention Skills in Syntactic Processing in Children With
ADHD & Their Typically Developing Peers

Milijana Buac, Margarita Kaushanskaya

9:30AM10:00AM

5648

The Predictive Value of Preschool Language Assessment
on Academic Achievement & Experience in Compulsory
Schools

Johanna Einarsdottir, Amalía Björnsdóttir,
Ingibjörg Símonardóttir

Hyatt/Burnham

LDA

10:30AM11:00AM

5649

Self-Awareness of Cognitive Deficits in TBI

Magdalen Balz, Linda L Garrity,
Jennifer Leighton, Lauryn Zipse,
Lynne Brady Wagner

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

SpSp

4:30PM5:00PM

5683

Age-Related Demyelination Predicts Changes in Oral &
Manual Fine Force Control

Christina Bronson-Lowe, Torrey Loucks,
Joseph Holtrop, Jacob Sosnoff,
Bradley Sutton

Hyatt/Field

LDA

11:00AM11:30AM

5650

Successful Strategies for Recovery From Significant
Acquired Brain injury: Hints From Survivors

Mary-Ellen Thompson, Fahmida Pardhan

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Swal

10:30AM11:00AM

5684

Application of the ICF to People With Dysphagia
Following Head & Neck Cancer Treatment

Hyatt/Burnham

LDA

1:00PM1:30PM

5651

The Effects of Morphological Complexity on a SingleWord Decoding Task Among Adults

Laura Frye, Marianna Walker,
Kevin O’Brien

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Rebecca Nund, Elizabeth Ward,
NerinaScarinci,BenaCartmill,PimKuipers,
Sandro Porceddu

Swal

5652

Delayed Lexical Access in Anomic & Broca’s Aphasia

Jungwon Choy, Julie Schrader

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Show Me the Outcomes: A Pilot Study of Ultrasound
Biofeedback in Therapy After Partial Glossectomy

Katrina Blyth, Patricia McCabe,
Kirrie Ballard

Hyatt/Burnham

1:30PM2:00PM

11:00AM11:30AM

5685

LDA

VRaL

Hyatt/Clark

5653

Effects of a Narrative Intervention During Interactive
Book-Reading on the Macrostructure of Preschoolers’
Retellings

Allison Dawn Breit Smith, JoAnne Prendeville, Ying Guo

Hyatt/Adler

Perceptual Consequences of Ventricular Fold &
Aryepiglottic Fold Constriction

Robin Samlan, Jody Kreiman

8:00AM8:30AM

8:30AM9:00AM

5686

LITP

VRaL

9:00AM9:30AM

5687

Measures of Muscle Function in Individuals With Voice
Disorders

Hyatt/Clark

8:30AM9:00AM

5654

Narrative Intervention for Bilingual Preschoolers: An
Exploratory Intervention Study

Ulla Licandro, Ulrike Luedtke

Hyatt/Adler

Clark Rosen, Thomas Carroll,
Jeanette Perucca, Victoria Flormann,
Ashley Zimmerman

VRaL

5688

9:00AM9:30AM

5655

Developing Pre-Literacy, Language, & Social-Emotional
Competence in Low-Income, Urban Preschoolers:
Preliminary Findings & Lessons Learned

Maura Jones Moyle, Kathleen Clark

Hyatt/Adler

Voice Therapy Practice Patterns Following Vocal Fold
Mucosal Resection

Jaime Moore,
Jeffrey Havlena, Qianqian Zhao,
Seth Dailey, Maureen Smith, Paul Rathouz,
Caprice Greenberg, Nathan Welham

Hyatt/Clark

LITP

9:30AM10:00AM

LITP

9:30AM10:00AM

5656

Relationship Between Phonological Awareness &
Auditory Attentional Strategies in Preschool-Age
Children

Jessica Messersmith, Kyle Brouwer,
Lindsey Montileaux, Erin Nielsen

Hyatt/Adler

VRaL

1:30PM2:00PM

5689

Using Technology for Communication After
Laryngectomy: Four Patterns of Utilization

Jana Childes, Andrew Palmer,
Melanie Fried-Oken, Donna Graville

Hyatt/Burnham

VRaL

5657

Acquisition of Triadic Gaze by Young Children With
Severe Disabilities: Examining Growth Trajectories

Julie Feuerstein, Patricia Dowden,
Lesley Olswang

Hyatt/Clark

Limits of Agreement & Test-Retest Reliability for
Aerodynamic Measures of Voice

Carolyn Novaleski, Julie Yingling,
Shaheen Awan

Hyatt/Adler

1:30PM2:00PM

1:30PM2:00PM

5690

LITP

VRaL

5658

Executive Skills of Preschool Children With SLI: Impact
on Service Provision

Elizabeth Tyler, Tammie Spaulding

Hyatt/Adler

Behavior Assessment Battery: Multidimensional
Diagnostic Approach & Therapeutic Decision-Making for
Adults With Spasmodic Dysphonia

Martine Vanryckeghem,
Bari Hoffman Ruddy, Danielle Hills

Hyatt/DuSable

2:30PM3:00PM

2:30PM3:00PM

5691

LITP
LITP

3:00PM3:30PM

5659

Relationship Between Young Children’s Gestures &
Language Development

Eileen Brann

Hyatt/Adler

VRaL

2:30PM3:00PM

5692

Is Communicative Exchange at Risk in Individuals With
Dysphonia? Can This Be Evaluated?

Keiko Ishikawa, Lisa Kelchner,
Stephanie Zacharias, Susan Baker,
Barbara Weinrich, Alessandro de Alarcon

Hyatt/Burnham

LITP

4:00PM4:30PM

5660

The KidsWords Project: The Early Language
Development of Children in New Zealand

Thomas Klee, Stephanie Stokes,
Elaine Reese, Rune Nørgaard Jørgensen
, Dorthe Bleses

Hyatt/Adler

VRaL

3:00PM3:30PM

5693

Validation of an Effort Scale in Determining Outcomes
in Spasmodic Dysphonia Following Botulinum Toxin
Injections

Katherine Marks, Edie Hapner,
Michael Johns, Ann Marie Finley,
Hannah Duke

Hyatt/DuSable

LITP

4:30PM5:00PM

5661

Deriving Non-Linguistic Measures From the
Preferential-Looking Paradigm

Johanna Rudolph

Hyatt/Adler

VClf

8:00AM8:30AM

5694

Dialectical Effects on Nasalance: A Multicenter, CrossContinental Study

Hyatt/Clark

LanS

8:00AM8:30AM

5662

Verbal Fluency in Chinese Speakers: Beyond FAS

Nancy Eng

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Shaheen Awan, Tim Bressman,
Bruce Poburka, Nelson Roy, Helen Sharp,
Christopher Watts

VClf

5663

The Phonetic Acquisition of a Palatal Lateral by L2
Speakers

Daniela Santos Oliveira, Molly Erickson,
Ferenc Bunta, Devin Casenhiser,
António Teixeira

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

Application of Normalized Nasal Acceleration to
Children With & Without Cleft Palate

Maia Braden, Lenny Varghese,
Cara Stepp

Hyatt/Hyde Park

9:00AM9:30AM

8:30AM9:00AM

5695

LanS

VClf

1:30PM2:00PM

5696

Endoscopic Photosensor Quantification of
Velopharyngeal Closure for Speech: Preliminary Results

Michael Karnell, Jerald Moon

Hyatt/Hyde Park

9:30AM10:00AM

5664

Cross-linguistic transfer effects as a by-product of
grammatical word class and language proficiency

Maria Kambanaros

Hyatt/Grant
Park CD

VClf

3:00PM3:30PM

5697

The Effect of Loudness Variation on Velopharyngeal
Function in Children With 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome

Caitlin Cummings, Adriane Baylis,
Rebecca McCauley

Hyatt/Hyde Park

LLCA
LLCA

LITP

LanS

Hyatt/DuSable

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