HSHA

Hawai'i Speech-Language-Hearing Association

 

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HAWAII SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION

37TH ANNUAL CONVENTION

OPTIMIZING OUTCOMES WITH COGNITIVE INSIGHTS

   

Koolau Ballrooms

April 24-25, 2014 

 

 

 

If you would like to volunteer or help out in any way, please contact the Convention Committee at convention@hsha.org.

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Please click here to view the 37th Annual HSHA Convention brochure.

The registration form is available here.

All registration forms and payment must be mailed to:

2014 HSHA Registration
P.O. Box 235888
Honolulu, HI 96823

No online registrations will be accepted.

 

37TH ANNUAL CONVENTION  OPTIMIZING OUTCOMES WITH COGNITIVE INSIGHTS

Koolau Ballrooms, April 24-25, 2014 

Andrew Shanock

ANDREW SHANOCK, PhD., NCSP

Speech Pathologists and School Psychologists Joining Forces:

Collaborative Assessments and Interventions

 

Dr. Andrew Shanock, the president elect of the NY Association of School Psychologists (NYASP), is an Associate Professor of School Psychology at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY.  He is nationally certified and specializes in cognitive and academic assessment.  He consults with school districts around the country to promote issues such as collaborative assessment, Response to Intervention, and instructional support team building.   Dr. Shanock’s presentations are informative, interactive, and entertaining.  He enjoys engaging with the audience and using their experience and knowledge to better address specific concerns or needs.

 

 DON MACLENNAN

DON MACLENNAN MA, CCC-SLP

Cognitive Rehabilitation:  The Road To College

 

Don MacLennan is Chief of the Speech Pathology Section at the Minneapolis VA Healthcare system and serves in the Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Program, an inpatient program that emphasizes return to community, work, and school.  He has published in the areas of assessment of pragmatic communication, return to college after brain injury, treatment of mild TBI, and staff development for polytrauma treatment programs.

 

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