Workshops and Continuing Education Events
The Communicative Disorders Program and the SFSU chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) provide workshops and Continuing Education (CE) events throughout the academic year for students, members of the community, speech-language pathologists, and other professionals. We provide Certificate of Maintenance hours, accepted by ASHA to fulfill continuing education requirements.
SF State NSSLHA 6th Annual Spring Conference
April 27, 2013, Saturday, 9am – 4 pm
Jack Adams Hall, San Francisco State University (Map)
This year's conference is devoted to exploring inclusion in the education system for individuals of all ages. Participants will walk away with a comprehensive understanding of the inclusion process after hearing from Special Education experts, teachers and professionals in the public school system, and parents of children currently enrolled in inclusion based settings.
Dr. Pam Hunt: Professor in Department of Special Education at SFSU and Coordinator of the Moderate/Severe Disabilities Education Specialist Credential and Master of Arts degree programs. (Dr. Hunt's bio)
Danielle Cowley: Assistant professor in the Department of Special Education at
SFSU.Grattan Elementary Panel of Parents: Parents of children in an inclusive education setting.
Carlo Rossi: Independent Child Advocate for Social Advocates for Youth in Santa Rosa
Matthew McCue: Content specialist with San Francisco Unified School District
Grattan Elementary Faculty: Faculty members who actively utilize inclusive education.
The Spring Conference is an annual event organized and hosted by the National Student Speech and Language Association (NSSLHA) and open to students, professionals, and anyone interested in issues about communication and communication disabilities.
For more information and to register, please download the conference brochure/registration form or contact NSSLHA at http://nsslhasf.webs.com/contactus.htm