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Comité Permanent de Liaison des Orthophonistes-Logopèdes de l’UE

Standing Liaison Committee of E.U. Speech and Language Therapists and Logopedists

Presentations - Saturday morning


Keynote speech 2:  Communication despite aphasia… and what if aphasic patients communicated better than they talk 

 

Parallel Session 12: Adult language disorders I

12.1   Set of observational measures for rating support and participation in conversation: Italian validation

12.2   Development of the Dutch Stroke and Aphasia Quality of Life Scale

12.3   A standardization study of the Italian version of Frenchay Aphasia Screening Test in aphasic patients
            and control subjects

12.4   Perceived benets of and barriers to mobile technology in rehabilitatation of adults with acquired neurogenic
            communication disorders: A qualitative study among Flemish speech-language pathologists

12.5   Visuo-spatial orientation training in the rehabilitation of neglect: A multiple case report 

12.6   Le PTECCA : un bilan d'évaluation écosystémique de l' aphasie

 

Parallel Session 13: Hearing disorders 

13.1   Auditory Processing Disorders (APD): A distinct clinical disorder or not?

13.2   Verbal working memory and speech comprehension in children with hearing impairment, children with
             specific language impairment, and typical children

13.3   Promoting child-centered approaches to speech/language therapy with children with cochlear implants
             (Presentation not available)

13.4   The social conversational skills development in early implanted children

13.5   The use of the Verbotonal method in creative expression in process of rehabilitation

13.6   Central auditory processing in French-Speaking SLI

 

Parallel Session 14: Fluency disorders

14.1   An investigation into the effects of father’s perception of communication-fluency abilities of their children who
            stutter on the development of children's therapy process
 

14.2   Spontaneous recovery in stuttering. When to start therapy and how to monitor uency development in
            children who stutter?

14.3   The Dutch evidence-based guideline for the management and treatment of stuttering

14.4   The adult’s experience of stuttering and voice handicap: Preliminary data on European Portuguese

14.5   Negative stereotypes on stuttering in Italy: The POSHA-S as an investigative tool  (Presentation not available)

14.6   Verbal fluency in adults with depression (Presentation not available)

Parallel Session 15: Oro-motor functioning

15.1   Prospective evaluation of orofacial functions in healthy and nutritionally disturbed children and adults

15.2   Pediatric dysphagia and charge syndrome

15.3   L-C.O.S.E. Protocol on oral skills in preterm infants: Study on its inter and intra rater reliability (Presentation not available) 

15.4   The oral-motor skills in the rst 48 hours of life: Comparison between infant born at term and infant born preterm 
(Presentation not available)

15.5   Evaluating a guideline for primary healthcare; atypical speech & language development in 2-years old 
(Presentation not available)

15.6   L’approche posturo-motrice dans la prise en charge de l’articulation et des troubles de la musculature oro-pharyngee (Presentation not available)

Parallel Session 16: Initial Education II

16.1   United in diversity: NetQues Tuning - is European SLT education singing in harmony?

16.2   Promoting internationalization in the 'Euregio': Evidence from a German-Dutch bachelor variant in Nijmegen

16.3   Speech and language therapy in Mozambique: Expectations and challenges in the making of a new profession

16.4   Speech and language therapy for speech and language therapists: A course of reflection, awareness and mutual help

16.5   The importance of the European day for Panhellenic Association of Logopedists in association with a future
         evidence based practice in Greece

16.6   La Rééducation Orthophonique A Distance ( ROAD)
         La rééducation orthophonique via un dispositif FOAD, vers une nouvelle approche de l'orthophonie

Parallel Session 17:  Voice II

17.1   Does a semi-occluded vocal tract inuence the maximum phonation time of normophonic voice clinicians?
(Presentation not available) 

17.2   Voice quality in charismatic leadership

17.3   Long-term functional results after open partial horizontal laryngectomy type II and type III: A comparison study

17.4   TV voice-over. A European Portuguese perspective 

17.5   Perceptual and objective acoustic changes of voice quality in adults, following cochlear implantation 

17.6   Help me sing! Instrument for the improvement of the singer

Parallel Session 18: Child language: Diverse issues

18.1   Specic Language Impairment, Dyshasia, …: What’s in a name?!

18.2   Language difculties and behavioral problems in preschool children (Presentation not available)

18.3   Speech and language disorders in schizophrenia with very early onset (VEOS) (Presentation not available)

18.4   Parent’s impression of children’s talkativeness and talk’s length in interactions of children with ADHD and their peer

18.5   Applicability of the Social-Conversational Skills Rating Scale-Italian version in children with language disorder

18.6   Le rapport entre les troubles du langage et l’apprentissage de la lecture ne circonstances multilinguistiques soustractif

Workshop 7:     Sound level calibration of audio recording systems for clinical voice and speech analysis

Workshop 8:     L’acquisition des faits additifs dans le développement typique et dans le cadre de 
                            difficultes arithmetiques
 

Workshop 9:     Assessment of dysarthria

Workshop 10:   Clinical supervision vs mentoring: Supporting SLP undergraduate, graduate students
                       and clinical fellows

Workshop 11:   Hierarchical cognitive-linguistic training in acquired neurological conditions: 
                         The categorization program

Workshop 12:   CPC&C (Creative PC and Communication): A creative way of using PC and other similar tools
                             with children with ASD

Friday morning  -  Friday afternoon  - Saturday afternoon