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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 afternoon

Keynote speech 3: Education, effective practice and ethics in speech and language therapy

 

Parallel Session 19:  Dyslexia and school age language

19.1   Similar or different? Internationally adopted children’s language and reading comprehension
                (Presentation not available)

19.2   Metaphonological group training: Enhancement experiences as prerequisites for reading and writing

19.3   The effectiveness of speech language therapy in promoting school success:
            Case study of an educational territory of priority intervention

19.4   “Run the RAN!”: Rapid Automatized Naming training may improve reading decoding? A pilot study 

19.5   The Capability Approach applied to Developmental Dyslexia and Work

19.6   Stuttering and specific reading disorder: Analysis of a school-age clinical population (Presentation not available)

 

Parallel Session 20:  Initial Education III 

20.1   Developing tools for teachers of Internal Apprenticeship SLT

20.2   Continuum of speech-language pathology service delivery

20.3   A social theatre project with aphasic people and speech and language students: Educational implications 

20.4   SLT intervention in the economic context of European countries: Difculties and strategies. A pilot study by CPLOL 

20.5   Logopedia Prolingua: Interdisciplinary project for promotion, innovation and internationalization of SLT in Spain 

20.6   Interprofessional education today for the health professionals of tomorrow

 

Parallel Session 21:  Adult language disorders II

21.1   Communication disorders in traumatic brain injury (Presentation not available)

21.2   Screening of cognitive communication disorder in patients with executive dysfunction

21.3   Reading skills in incarcerated adults: The Adult Reading Questionnaire as a screening tool
          for special needs education 
(Presentation not available)

21.4   Assistive Technologies during the speech therapy treatment of patients affected by dementia

21.5   Working memory and syntactic capacity in Alzheimer's patients (Presentation not available)

21.6   Maladie d’Alzheimer: Thérapie écosystémique des troubles de la communication, troubles du comportement
          et prescription de neuroleptiques (Presentation not available)

 

Parallel Session 22:  Social communication and autistic spectrum disorders

22.1   Behavioral and cognitive patterns of social (pragmatic) communication disorder

22.2   Early communication in children with autism spectrum disorder and in typically developing children 

22.3   Pragmatic competence in children with Noonan Syndrome, measured with the CCC-2 questionnaire 

22.4   Language development in children aged 7 to 11 years old with autism spectrum disorders:
          A cross-sectional study 
(Presentation not available)

22.5   Intensive interaction in speech therapy: Evidence of intensive interaction use in children with autism

22.6   Speech and language therapy and music therapy: Using a collaborative approach to develop attention
          and communication skills in young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and learning disabilities

Invited session 2   Emerging models of pediatric voice therapy: Voice conservation, be gone! 
                                            (Presentation not available)
 

 

Friday morning  -  Friday afternoon  -  Saturday morning