SLPs Role in Providing TIC

(Trauma Informed Care)

On-Demand webinar with Mary Bayliss, CCC-SLP and Kelly Bronsink, CCC-SLP

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Course Description

The SLPs Role in Providing Trauma Informed Care is designed to support SLPs and SLPAs who work with a pediatric population [though TIC is good for all populations!] and need an introduction to understand the consequences of trauma and how trauma can impact and influence language skills. This includes prevalence and neurological impacts. Additionally, this course provides practical strategies on how to support students who have a trauma history and how to be more inclusive in your practice.

Cost $20

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Describe and understand the prevalence of trauma¬†
  • Recognize the neurological impacts of trauma on brain development¬†
  • Integrate practical strategies and resiliency techniques to utilize in speech and language therapy

Target Audience

Speech Therapists/ Speech Therapy Assistants

Provider : ReadySetConnect

Financial Disclosure

ReadySetConnect collects fees from the audience to participate in this training webinar

Contact Information

Non - Financial Disclosure

The provider of the webinar, ReadySetConnect, is a practice management software. Participants of the webinar would become aware of the ReadySetConnect.

Prerequisites

None

Time Ordered Agenda

0-5: Welcome and Introduction

5-15:Defining Trauma and Prevalence

15-25:Neurological Impacts of Trauma

25-28:Breathing Break Strategy

28-47:Trauma in the Classroom and How to Respond

47-1:05:Resiliency Factors

1:05-1:10: Practical Strategies You Can Implement Tomorrow

This event is offered for 1 contact hour or 0.1 Professional Hour CEUs at an introductory level professional area. Course completion is dependent on full attendance for 1 hour and survey completion.

Meet The Speakers

Mary Bayliss, CCC-SLP

Mary Bayliss is an ASHA-certified SLP. She has clinical experience working in both public schools and private therapeutic day schools (outplacement schools). Mary believes that using a trauma-responsive care approach is a skill all clinicians can use with both children and adults as part of best practice. Her interests involve supporting students in understanding their strengths and how to utilize them for their goals best, supporting coworkers in understanding the connected relationships between trauma, communication, and behavior, and supporting caregivers as they advocate for their children’s needs.

Kelly Bronsink, CCC-SLP

Kelley Bronsink is an ASHA-certified SLP. She has 20+ years of clinical experience working in schools serving children and families. Kelley believes trauma-responsive care is a practice and skill we can use in our workplace and daily routines. Her interests involve supporting students and staff to develop resiliency skills as well as coaching and encouraging educators as they strive for a more trauma-responsive environment.

Dislosures:

Mary Bayliss
Financial Disclosure:
Mary is receiving a speaking fee from ReadySetConnect.
Non-financial:
Mary has no Non-financial disclosures.

Kelley Bronsink
Financial Disclosure:
Kelley is receiving a speaking fee from ReadySetConnect.
Non-financial:
Kelley has no Non-financial disclosures.

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See What Participants Are Saying

Bernice

It was perfect. Dawn was engaging. She gave relevant information and examples. I would have liked a few more examples of therapy materials and ideas that might be used.

Dawn

The presenter was engaging and informative. Could always use more Q&A. I had fun and am glad I did it

Deborah

Excellent, engaging, knowledgeable speaker, clear, etc. Maybe spending less time on the checklists to prepare and more. I would have liked to see examples of therapy (videos), more time on actual therapy and therapy ideas, small group breakout session so that we could discuss our experiences and help each other out, networking with other teletherapists. Liked the platform used, very clear presentation, excellent, thank you

Doretha

Very knowledgeable. It was a good webinar. The information was useful and beneficial.

Jayla

Amazing speaker! This was so helpful!

Jeanne

It was satisfactory. Dawn shared her information clearly

Jenna

I loved the checklist for coaching/facilitators. It met all my expectations!

Jessica

Informative, great resources, getting on the same page with the parents. Great, informative, helpful for future sessions

Kelsey

Knowledgeable presenter. I think it did a good job. Thanks for it- well done.

Lourdes

The knowledge of the speaker. Great presentation.

Maureen

The clarity nd simplcity. Very organized and inclusive. For me they served my needs quite well. Well done.

Nereida

The program was very detailed and discussed scenarios that we may come across in the field. I did not observe any weaknesses in the program. Any questions I had before the program were answered. I really appreciate the work that was put into this program to better prepare us when providing services during virtual sessions.

Nicolette

Dawn was very encouraging and promoted out of the box thinking. Too much time dedicated to virtual set-up vs. therapy with telepractice.

Pristine Sara

More insights on materials and resources that were completely new. Understanding certain areas of tele practices and modifications to be made in the learning part. Very interesting and looking forward to many such webinars that address tele rehabilitation area.

Rachel

The checklists hat were provided. I was a great presentation with lots of great information as I begin my telehealth journey. I was hoping for more therapy ideas, but it was awesome!

Tanya

Speakers experience and demeanor. Thank you!

Alexandra

Resources, personal examples and personal examples. Would be great to have one case study, and a run-down example of session layout.

Joanne

Very informative. Great ideas for parent teaching and carry over. It was great. Thank you.

Givona

Good emphasis on parent coaching. Took a long time to get to the point of the presentation, presenter did not seem prepared. Thank you for this helpful information.

Patricia

Cohesive and relevant information. Again, I enjoyed the presentation and thought the information was helpful.

Sharece

The detailed slides. It was a little long so I found it hard to focus the entire time. I think it being more straight to the point would help.

Tracy

Great checklists. Would love to see examples of teletherapy sessions. Thank you!

Yaritza

Loved the cultural humility aspect and the checklist resources. I wish we would have seen a specific example of a session played. More examples of activities in sessions with parent vs one on one with a child. It was good overall. The presenter was very knowledgable with tons of experience.

Amanda

Addressed diversity and meeting families where they are but not enough concrete examples

Amy

Dawn provided links to great resources. It was a very broad overview. Dawn was a great speaker, very personable and organized!

Candy

Materials that I was unaware of are very helpful. Hope she suggested ideas or techniques that are not too ordinary that every SLPs uses

Celeste

Checklists for evidence based practice are the best. Provided strategies, activities, websites to integrate into Zoom such as BoomCards

Nicole

Great self-evaluations. Model examples of teaching via video.