SHMS Speech-Language Pathology Department Presents CE Course on "Working Memory"
Continuing education is integral to professional success. The School of Health and Medical Sciences' Department of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) is pleased to offer a free clinical education course on February 7 to clinical supervisors of the department’s graduate speech students, SLP alumni, and second-year graduate speech students.
The CE workshop, titled "Working Memory in Aging and Adult Neurogenic Disorders of Communication: Clinical Implications," will be presented by Dr. Venu Balasubramanian, PhD, CCC-SLP, associate professor of speech-language pathology at Seton Hall University. The workshop is being offered for 0.2 ASHA CEUs.
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The workshop will provide practicing clinicians with an overview of working memory (WM) and the neuroanatomy involved, as well as highlight current conceptual, neurological and clinical aspects of WM. Theoretical models of WM in the evolution of language and human cognition, the significance of WM for language development, production and comprehension in mono- and bilinguals, and the impacts of biological processes associated with aging on WM in a variety of neurogenic disorders of communication in adults will be addressed. Current approaches to assessment and treatment for memory loss and WM deficits including strengths and limitations also will be outlined.
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