Speaker Series 2014-2015

Mary Kennedy

Henriette Langdon, Ed.D., F-CCC-SLP

Collaborating With Interpreters in Speech, Language, & Hearing Services

Presented by Henriette W. Langdon, Ed.D., F-CCC-SLP

October 22, 2014; 6 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Casa Loma Room, University of Redlands

Henriette W. Langdon is an ASHA-certified speech-language pathologist, ASHA Fellow, and Professor of Communicative Sciences and Disorders at San José State University. Dr. Langdon has worked for 40 years with bilingual students who have a variety of speech, language, communication and learning challenges, and has lectured locally, nationally, and internationally on this topic. She has also published numerous articles, book chapters, and books and is currently revising a book on collaborating with interpreters and translators in the communication disorders field, to appear in 2015.

Course Objectives:

1. Gain knowledge and skills in understanding the current state of the process of collaborating with a language interpreter/translator for interviews, conferences, and assessments.

2. Learn about the roles and responsibilities of each team member (SLP, audiologist, Interpreter/Translator, etc.) during this process.

3. Learn strategies for evaluating the outcome of the process.

4. Acquire new insights from research on evidence-based practices in this complex process.

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The event is open to the public, free of charge. ASHA CEUs (.3, intermediate level, professional area) are available for $50, payable at the door by check only. Please make checks out to University of Redlands.

Registration for CEUs will only take place on site. Completion certificates will be sent after the event. No partial CEU credits will be given.

Casa Loma Room is located on the University of Redlands main campus.

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