Better Hearing and Speech Month Recap

Phew! It's been a busy Better Hearing and Speech month here at HomeCEU. We had the pleasure of welcoming some really amazing speech-language pathology experts into our office to film several new webinars. Denise Dougherty, Patricia Ourand, and Ann Kulichik hosted a total of six brand new continuing education courses covering over 18 hours of great content. All of these courses are now available as Seminars-On-Demand through our online course catalog. If you weren't able to attend the live session, no worries! Our Seminars-On-Demand can be purchased anytime and are yours to watch whenever, wherever and however often you like.

We were also thrilled to welcome some truly spectacular guest authors who covered various speech-language topics. Patricia Ourand gave readers a taste of what her "The C in the AAC: Communication" webinar would be covering. Dr.Peter Flipsen delved into the difficulties of diagnosing childhood apraxia of speech, and Arlene Romoff shared some of her amazing journey re-training her brain to adapt to cochlear implants.

Social media sites had a busy month, too! Facebook pages were simply bursting with links to interesting SLP news and tidbits, inspirational stories and professional discussions on some hot button topics. We added our voice to the Better Hearing and Speech conversation on Twitter. To see hundreds of Tweets that took place during the course of the month, do a quick search for "#bhsm".

While Better Hearing and Speech month officially ends today, HomeCEUConnection hasn't stopped the celebration: We have seven more Speech-Language pathology webinars premiering this June! Yep, you read that more awesome live, interactive webinars presented by well-known SLPs Angela Mansolillo and Lisa Milliken. These webinars are open for registration, find them in our course catalog and register early!

The entire team here at HomeCEUConnection would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to all those dedicated Speech-Language Pathologists who work so selflessly to help individuals suffering from communication disorders.

This article was written by Amy-Lynn Corey

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