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Poster Presentations Friday

       Poster Presentations Saturday            

 

 

    Children            Adults / elderly            Education

 

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A possibility to detect children’s speech disorders in preschool institutions.

Ly Laane (Estonia)

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A study of the communication skills of a small group of deaf Maltese children.

Sonia Azzopardi Axiak (Malta)

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Analyse du langage spontané d’enfants prématurés extrêmes: comparaison entre...

Laurence Docquier (Belgique)

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Assessing Reading Comprehension in primary school children.

Christel Van Vreckem (Belgium)

05

Bilateral coordination in learning disabilities (JPG 2,5 MB  /  HTML 378 byte)

Martina Ozbič (Slovenia)

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Can we assess infants’ comprehension in an objective way?

Lucie Schoenhals (Switzerland)

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Co-morbidity with dyslexia: a call for a multidisciplinary approach.

Ruth Vanderswalmen (Belgium)

08

Detecting children identified as ‘at risk’ for language disorders.

Carlos Gallego (Spain)

09

Dictation in bilingual SLD.

Anja Štrekelj (Slovenia)

10

Differencies in articulation, phonological processing and semantics.

Anka Zoric (Croatia)

11

Digital logopedic set: support tool in speech and language therapy.

Mladen Hedjever (Croatia)

12

Dynamics of recovery of language and Communication ability in a boy with traumat.

Smilja Majevic (Serbia)

13

Dysphasie : Limitation des capacités de traitement et compréhension d’énoncés.

Anne-Lise Leclercq (Belgique)

14

Echanges potentiellement acquisitionnels en situation de thérapie logopédique.

Mireille Rodi (Suisse)

15

Effect of Dance Movement Therapy on holistic communication.

Katja Bucik (Slovenia)

16

Significant elements in diagnosis of neurogenic stuttering with children.

Nada Dobrota Davidovic (Serbia)

17

Evaluating the impact of SLT Assistants working with bilingual families.

Hazel Roddam (United Kingdom)

18

Experience for precociously identify and substain subjects at risk of learning.

Ilaria Ceccarelli (Italy)

19

Formants of children with cochlear implants.

Durdica Vranic (Croatia)

20

From A 2 B: a case study of communication, language and reading.

Jasmina Ivsac Pavlisa (Croatia)

21

How can family encourage early speech and language development of a small child.

Silva Jug (Croatia)

22

How much input is needed?

Carmen Herzog-Meinecke (Germany)

23

I am going but not moving – when to start with formal education?

Mirjana Lencek (Croatia)

24

Language Therapy and Autism: results of three different therapeutic approaches.

Fernanda Fernandes (Brazil)

25

Metacogniton as a predictor for spelling skills.

Ruth Vanderswalmen (Belgium)

26

Neuroimaging as Good Practices in SLT.  (2,4 MB)

Paola Orlando (Italy)

27

Normalization of a naming test.

Anne-Marie Hufty (Italy)

28

Outcomes of INTERACT intervention programme in two Late Talkers groups.

Serena Bonifacio (Italy)

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30

Phonological awareness and motor skills in children with learning disabilities.

Claudia Ronchetti (Italy)

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     Adults / elderly

 

31

Assessment of Aphasia in Slovene language - a professional challenge.

Maja Ogrin (Slovenia)

32

Awareness of aphasia in Greece.

Ilias Papathanasiou (Greece)

33

Bed side examination.

Giuseppe Mancini (Italy)

34

Changes in communication style after aphasia and after an intervention.

Pirkko Rautakoski (Finland)

35

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Comparing the recovery after intensive and non-intesnive aphasia therapy.

Mile Vukovic (Serbia)

37

Conversation-focused training programme for people with aphasia and their partners - preliminary results of application of Slovak version of SPPARC.

Zsolt Cséfalvay (Slovakia)

38

Correlation between stroke severity and scores on the speech language testing.

Karolina Lice (Croatia)

39

Doing research in people with aphasia: yes, we can!

Ruth Dalemans (the Netherlands)

40

Efficiency of botulinum toxin therapy in patients with spasmodic dysphonia.

Gordana Tomić (Serbia)

41

Estimated prevalence of adult acquired neurological disorders in Malta.

Sonia Azzopardi Axiak (Malta)

42

Evidence based practise in the speech- and language training period.

Michelle Lacroix (the Netherlands)

43

Hypergranulation in tracheotomized patients with chronic dysphagia.

Christian Ledl (Germany)

44

Interpretation of proverbial sayings in patients with dementia.

Leena Rantala (Finland)

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    Education

 

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3 années de dispositif ARP dans la formation initiale en logopédie.

Mary Overton Venet (Switzerland)

46

A curriculum for motor speech disorders at pre- and postqualifying level.

Anja Lowit (United Kingdom)

47

Clients and clinicians: the role of educators in bridging the diversity gap.

Sarah James (United Kingdom)

48

Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Language and Speech Therapies.

Steve  Xue (P. R. China)

49

Continuing Professional Development for Speech and Language Therapists in the EU.

Anja Lowit (United Kingdom)

50

Core value, core competence and core curriculum – quality of the speech therapists.

Giovanna Lovato (Italia)

51

Développer les compétences cliniques, via un séminaire d'accompagnement de stage.

Agnès Sadzot (Belgique)

52

European Union Erasmus Programme as an Effective Instrument.  (3,5 MB)

Dobrinka Georgieva (Republic of Bulgaria)

53

Evaluating the perceptions of work-based training for SLT Assistants.

Hazel Roddam (United Kingdom)

 

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