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    • 08 Dec 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
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    About the Speaker


    Kathleen Kay Amora, MSc, CSP-PASP


    Kathleen Kay Amora is a speech-language pathologist who graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Pathology from the University of the Philippines-Manila. After graduation, she worked with children with diverse language and motor speech difficulties as a speech-language pathologist; trained interns as a clinical supervisor and taught undergraduate students as a guest lecturer at the same university. In 2017, she received the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree Scholarship from the European Commission to pursue her graduate studies in Europe. She recently completed her European MSc in Clinical Linguistics (EMCL+) degree at the University of Groningen (The Netherlands), University of Potsdam (Germany) and University of Eastern Finland (Finland). For her thesis and internship, she worked on the narrative development of Tagalog-English bilingual children and adults at the Leibniz-Center for General Linguistics in Berlin, Germany. Currently, Kathleen is a recipient of a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions fellowship from the European Commission to continue her doctoral studies in Europe. She is currently affiliated with the Brain Imaging Center at the Research Center for Natural Sciences in Budapest, Hungary as an Early Stage Researcher/Ph.D. student under the European Training Network (ETN): NEO-PRISM-C which studies neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) and at the Multilingualism Doctoral School at the University of Pannonia in Veszprém, Hungary. Her primary research interests include language acquisition and language disorders in the areas of narratives, bilingualism, and literacy (reading and spelling) and using neurobehavioral and neurophysiological techniques in investigating language disorders.


    Learning Objectives

    At the end of the webinar, participants should be able to:

    1. Discuss evidence regarding the development of narrative skills in Tagalog-English bilingual children and adults
    2. Introduce and discuss a new multilingual narrative assessment tool that was adapted to over 40 languages including Tagalog.
    3. Discuss potential ways to improve current clinical practices in this area.
    4. List possible areas for research in this field.
    5. Discuss current research trends in child language and neurodevelopmental disorders.

    Target Participants:

    This webinar is only open for speech language pathologists.


    Course Difficulty: 

    Intermediate


    Fees:

    PASP Members         - Php 700

    Non-PASP Members - Php 900



Past events

17 Aug 2019 PASP General Assembly 2019
28 Jun 2019 [WEBINAR #02] Assessment and Intervention Considerations for Multilingual Children with Language Impairment in the Philippines
18 May 2019 [WEBINAR #01] PATIENT-CENTERED CARE: Discourse Intervention in Aphasia
16 Feb 2019 PROMPT Level 1 - Introduction to the Technique
18 Dec 2018 Differential Diagnosis of Acquired Motor Speech Disorders
07 Dec 2018 Hanen It Takes Two to Talk Workshop
23 Jul 2018 Post-Convention Workshop on Pediatric Dypshagia Assessment and Management (Registration Link for SLP Students, Other Health Professionals)
21 Jul 2018 PASP Convention 2018 : TRANSCEND
14 Jun 2018 Using Core Boards and Communication Books in Speech Therapy and Beyond
24 Mar 2018 PROMPT One Day Follow-Up Workshop
28 Jan 2018 Angel's Walk - Cebu
17 Jan 2018 Beyond Diagnosis
16 Jan 2018 Therafree
03 Dec 2017 PROMPT Level 2: Bridging Technique to Intervention
26 Nov 2017 PROMPT Level 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE PROMPT TECHNIQUE
19 Nov 2017 More Than Words Hanen Workshop
22 Jul 2017 Moving Forward
24 Mar 2017 PROMPT LEVEL 1: Introduction to the PROMPT Technique
10 Dec 2016 Slice: A PASP Year-End Party
26 Jul 2016 PROMPT LEVEL 1: Introduction to the PROMPT Technique
23 Jul 2016 BEYOND BORDERS 2016 : Global Trends, Local Relevance
28 May 2016 DINE to DONATE
17 Apr 2016 Beyond Diagnosis 2
22 Mar 2016 PROMPT Level 1 Workshop
05 Feb 2016 PROMPT LEVEL 2: Bridging Technique to Intervention
01 Feb 2016 PROMPT LEVEL 1: Introduction to the PROMPT Technique
04 Dec 2015 BEYOND LIMITS: General Assembly and Launching Party
08 Nov 2015 BEYOND Diagnosis
07 Oct 2015 The Science and Practice of LSVT Loud & LSVT Big
31 Jul 2015 PROMPT Level 1 Workshop (second run for 2015)
30 Apr 2015 PROMPT LEVEL 2: Bridging Technique to Intervention
30 Mar 2015 PROMPT LEVEL 1 Workshop: Introduction to PROMPT Technique
07 Jan 2015 Contemporary Management of Speech and Swallowing Disorders in ALS and Other Neurodegenerative Disorders
06 Dec 2014 Makulay sa Balay

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