March 21, 2018
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM 

Final Date in the Series

May 8, 2018 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM 

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CESA #1 
N25 W23131 Paul Road
Suite 100
Pewaukee, WI 53072

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Jeanne Rhodes 
CESA #1 
262-787-9500 x9563 

Professional Development Series for

Speech/Language Pathologists
Attend any or all sessions in the series.  

$80/session or $300 for entire series

March 21, 2018: Inclusive Practices and the Role of the SLP
Presented by Barb Hilliker, MSE

REGISTER  (March 21 Session)

Inclusive Practices support all students being educated together, receiving support services together, playing together, and living together. Inclusive practices lead to a sense of belonging for students and staff. This Workshop is designed to address:  (1) why Inclusive Practices are a vital student-centered consideration for all students and educators; (2) how SL services can support a student’s educational program through a variety of collaborative options that are not separate from the general classroom; (3) how to connect SL IEP goals to classroom learning targets; and (4) how the SLP can reconsider the collaborative activities of scheduling and co-planning.

This is a highly interactive workshop in which participants are provided multiple opportunities to share and discuss how the topics will apply to their work. Participants will leave with ideas for immediate implementation as well as long range ideas for enhancing and sustaining their work with students and colleagues.

Final Date in the Series

May 8, 2018: The Relationship Between Speech Sound Disorders and Learning to Read: The Role of the Speech/Language Pathologist in the Prevention of Reading Difficulties
Presented by Casey O'Keefe, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

REGISTER  (May 8 Session)

Children who have an early history of speech sound disorders often exhibit problems when learning to read after their expressive phonological deficits have been remediated and they have been dismissed from speech.  This seminar will describe the relationship between speech sound disorders and reading difficulties and the role of the SLP in collaborating with other professions to support students who are “at-risk” for reading problems.


1.  Understand speech/language characteristics of children who are at-risk for later reading problems.

2.  Explore potential interprofessional practices to support children who are at-risk for reading problems.  

You may also wish to familiarize yourself with our Guest Wireless Internet Access at CESA #1 and our Guest Wireless FAQ's.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)CESA #1 will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities attending our workshops or events. If you require accommodations, please contact the workshop coordinator for that event.