May Month is Here!…Public Information Session: Helping Children Overcome Speech Sound Difficulties
May is Speech and Hearing Month. It is a time when speech-language pathologists, audiologists and communicative disorder assistants share information about how they ensure that speech, language, swallowing, hearing and balance are recognized as part of total wellness, and work with the public to increase awareness about how important it is to be able to communicate.
In honour of Speech and Hearing Awareness Month we are inviting the public to information sessions organized by the Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (OSLA) in partnership with the Department of Speech‐Language Pathology at the University of Toronto.
Helping Children Overcome Speech Sound Difficulties
When: Monday May 29, 2017
Where: 500 University Ave., Toronto, Room 140
Time: 6:30 – 7:30 pm
This session will explore the role that speech‐language pathologists play in helping individuals overcome speech sound difficulties. The discussion will include an overview of the types of speech sound difficulties in children, the types of treatments and service‐delivery models available for children, the impact of speech language pathologists in early intervention, as well as the referral process for school age children.
Featured speakers include: Dr. Pascal van Lieshout, Margit Pukonen, Beverley Benassi, Dr. Savannah Cardew, and Kristi Kwan.
At the end of the session there will be time allotted for questions from the audience.
If you are interested in attending either of these sessions please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416 974 – 5456.