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Posters Saturday

  Poster Presentations Friday     

 

 

    Children            Adults / elderly            Education

 

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Phonological development in Greek

Ilias Papathanasiou (Greece)

55

Phonological therapy in cleft lip and palate patients. Two case-studies

Kathleen Van Snick (Belgium)

56

Pragmatic profile and early intentional communication skills in preterm infants

Suelly Limongi (Brazil)

57

Pragmatic skills in greek children with ADHD

Christina  Papaeliou (Greece)

58

Pragmatic skills in SLI and MR children

Katerina Oikonomou (Greece)

59

Pre-school teachers' ability to detect speech and language disorders

Katerina Karli (Greece)

60

Prevalence and severity of stuttering in persons with Down syndrome

Chris De Bal (Belgium)

61

Prevention of Language disorders in children - Touring exhibition "Talk to me"

Dietlinde Schrey-Dern (Germany)

62

Reality therapy in rehabilitation of hearing-impaired children

Andrea Milevcic Malenica (Croatia)

63

Setting standards of normal natural language development in Bulgarian

Nadia Dimitrova (Bulgaria)

64

Specific language impairment and metalinguistic awareness

Clairy Siarkos (Greece)

65

Specific Language Impairment: it is just a linguistic disorder?

Luigi Marotta (Italy)

66

Speech and language therapy in Cirius Vipava

Ana Bajc (Slovenia)

67

Standardization of a Computer Articulation Instrument (CAI)

Leenke van Haaften (the Netherlands)

68

Stuttering therapy for a child at intermediate stuttering level

Nevzeta Salihovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

69

Success in learning words: highly dependency of the strength of the input

Julia Siegmueller (Germany)

70

Interdisciplinary project for the last year of nursery school: from the evaluation to the development of metaphonological abilities

Arianna Pasqualotto (Italy)

71

The influence of the rhythm discrimination skill on phonological awareness

Dragomila Lelas (Croatia)

72

The latent space of speech in deaf people

Martina Ozbič (Slovenia)

73

The link between specific learning difficulties  and rhythmic abilities  (1,8 MB)

Martina Ozbič (Slovenia)

74

The Maribor model

Tugomira vizjak-kure (Slovenia)

75

The notion of seriation in children with Down syndrome

Suelly Limongi (Brazil)

76

The results of long-term speech  therapy in group children with dysphasia

Karel Neubauer (Czech Republic)

77

The Social Conversational Skills of Preschool Children: a parent report

Serena Bonifacio (Italy)

78

The use of brain gym® as a support method in teaching in a special school class

Mojca Vilfan (Slovenia)

79

The use of past continuous tense in Greek-Cypriot children with SLI

Kakia Petinou (Cyprus)

80

Therapy in children suffering from mixed specific developmental disorders

Catherine Schröders (Germany)

81

Traitements séquentiels chez les enfants dysphasiques?

Audrey Gabriel (Belgique)

82

Verbotonal method and new technologies in the Suvag Polyclinic

Katarina Pavicic Dokoza (Croatia)

83

Workbook and textbook for alternative communication

Stasa Grca Planinsek (Slovenia)

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     Adults / elderly

 

84

Logopedics evaluation of people in a persistent vegetative state and with minima

Ana Leko (Croatia)

85

Multimodal vocal therapy

Milena Stojanović (Serbia)

86

Patient information needs of stroke patients with dysphagia

Jessie Lemmens (the Netherlands)

87

Reading and writing disorders in patient with brain damages

Ana Leko (Croatia)

88

Reliability and validity of ROMP-drooling

Hanneke Kalf (the Netherlands)

89

Reliability and validity of ROMP-speech

Hanneke Kalf (the Netherlands)

90

Reliability and validity of ROMP-swallowing

Hanneke Kalf (the Netherlands)

91

Reliability of the Dutch version of the TOM subscales Dysarthria

Simone Knuijt (the Netherlands)

92

Spectrographic analysis of voice classified as rough, breathy and strained

Mara Behlau (Brazil)

93

The effects of an intensive voice treatment programme on dysarthria in MS

Anna Farrell (United Kingdom)

94

The implementation of a dysphagia screening protocol for acute stroke patients

Jessie Lemmens (the Netherlands)

95

The roles of speech-language pathologists working with individuals with dementia

Ana Leko (Croatia)

96

'Being there': an investigation into social participation in people with aphasia

Ruth Dalemans (the Netherlands)

97

What Makes Words Easy to Produce for People with Speech Output Problems?

Nicole Lallini (United Kingdom)

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    Education

 

98

IALP and CPLOL standards for initial training in Logopedics in Bulgaria   (5,1 MB)

Dobrinka Georgieva (Republic of Bulgaria)

99

Initial education of speech therapists in Estonia and Latvia: from shared experience towards different models

Merit Hallap (Estonia; Latvia)

100

Interdisciplinary Work in education

Sabine Vandevelde (Belgium)

101

Le diagnostic orthophonique : la terminologie crée-t-elle la pathologie ?

Frederique Brin-Henry (France)

102

Le PBL en logopédie à l'ULg: apprentissage de la démarche logopédique   (1,4 MB)

Agnès Sadzot (Belgique)

103

Le portfolio appliqué à la formation en logopédie

Christelle Maillart (Belgique)

104

Les séminaires d’Analyse de Pratiques pour les étudiants en 2e année de Maîtrise

Viviane Monney (Suisse)

105

'Orthophonistes Voyageurs' – Promoting and establishing best inter European clinical practice via joint working schemes between speech and language therapists from different European countries

Simon Henderson (United Kingdom)

106

Teaching the foundations of  Speech & Language Therapy in the Netherlands

Philine Berns (the Netherlands)

107

The development of communication competence of speech-language therapy students

Leena Rantala (Finland)

 

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