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Surviving the Scrutiny: Documenting Medical Necessity in a Post Acute Setting, presented by Melissa Collier, Director of Audit Compliance, Rehab Synergies - 1.5 CE

TSHA Members $40.00
Non-Members $75.00

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Pediatric Amplification Fitting Guidelines: Practical Applications and Evidence-Based Practice, presented by Catherine Renee Zimmerman, Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center; Candace Bourland Hicks, Professor, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - 1.0 CE

TSHA Members $40.00
Non-Members $75.00

Ethics Evolution: What's New, presented by Sherry Sancibrian, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL - 2.0 CE

TSHA Members $40.00
Non-Members $75.00

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Ethics in Audiology: Implications for Billing, Coding, Reimbursement, and Documentation presented by Renee Zimmerman, AuD, CCC-A - 2.0 CE

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Non-Members $75.00

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SLP-Assistants Guide

The SLP-Assistants Guide is an online CE opportunity designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and competencies of SLP-Assistants. Participants can receive up to 9.5 CEs for completion of six modules. These SLP CEUs (SLP Continuing Education Units) are free of charge to current TSHA members. Non-members will pay a $20 fee per module for CEs.

TSHA has partnered with Education Service Center SLP Coordinators, the Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education and Region 13 Education Service Center to develop and produce six modules that cover everything from licensure rules to articulation and language therapy. This collaborative effort was supported and partially funded by grants from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The Guide is intended for SLP-Assistants working in any setting, both new and experienced, as well their supervisors. Experienced Speech-Language Pathologists may also find the Guide helpful since the information provided is up to date and based on current research and methodologies. Two additional modules are currently in development.

SI Eligibility Guidelines Courses

In 2000, a TSHA Task Force was created to develop eligibility guidelines for speech impairment in the four areas recognized in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) – articulation, language, voice, and fluency.  Since that time, guidelines for Language with Other Disabilities and a Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (CLD) Companion to the Articulation Eligibility Guidelines has been completed. Training on the guidelines has previously only been available through the regional Education Service Centers in Texas and at TSHA Convention.

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