Pittsburgh One Day Conference
University of Pittsburgh: School of Health & Rehab Sciences
4060 Forbes Tower (4th FL): Entrance on Atwood Street
GPS Address: 219 Meyran Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15213
After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Explain the relationship between effective intervention and self–esteem for children who stutter.
- Describe the need for a management approach to childhood stuttering that includes parents, professionals and support networks.
- Identify specific social and clinical strategies for supporting children and their families.
Read Financial and Non-Financial Disclosures
Financial: Lee Caggiano - Private practice specializing in stuttering; Allison Ladavat - Private practice specializing in stuttering, FRIENDS One-Day Conference Director (compensated, monthly stipend); Caryn Herring - Private practice specializing in stuttering; Kia Noelle Johnson - Salaried employee of the University of Texas at Austin; Danielle Werle - Salaried employee of the University of Texas at Austin
Non-Financial: Lee Caggiano - FRIENDS Executive Director (non-compensated); Allison Ladavat - none; Caryn Herring - Chairperson of FRIENDS Board of Directors; Kia Noelle Johnson - Member of ASHA Board of Ethics, Chairperson; Danielle Werle - none