Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Mythbusting Auditory Processing Webinar
Contact: Lisa Oriolo, 410-239-7770

February 21, 2018
7PM to 8 PM
Mythbusting Auditory Processing:  What the Evidence Proves About Various Held Beliefs and Opinions Regarding Evaluating Auditory Processing Disorders in Children (.1 ASHA CEUS; 1.0 Maryland Contact Hours)
Jay R. Lucker, Ph.D.

This program is offered for  .1 CEUs (Intermediate level, professional area).  ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.


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The cost for these webinars is as follows:

MSHA Member   One-hour webinar   $25.00
MSHA Non-member   One-hour webinar  $35.00
MSHA Member   Two-hour webinar  $40.00
MSHA Non-member   Two-hour webinar  $50.00
MSHA Member - 6 Webinar Series    $150.00
MSHA Non-member - 6 Webinar Series  $200.00

Professionals may believe things about evaluating auditory processing disorders (APD) which do not have support.  This webinar discusses misbeliefs about APD including the minimum age for testing, testing children with cognitive deficits, testing must be in the audiology booth, and APD does not differ from language disorders and ADHD.  Learner Outcomes:  Participants will describe various misbeliefs held regarding auditory processing disorders (APD) in children; participants will describe the evidence that proves these beliefs are not supported; participants will explain why it is important to understand the truths about evaluating auditory processing disorders rather than holding misbeliefs having no support.

Speaker Bio:  Dr. Lucker is a Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Howard University in Washington, DC.  He also has a private practice in the DC Metro area (including offices in Maryland) where he provides assessments and consultations for children, adolescents and adults with auditory processing disorders and related language processing issues.  Disclosure:  Dr. Lucker receives an honorarium for this webinar but has no other relevant financial or non-financial relationships to disclose.