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Developing Narrative and Expository Discourse Skills in Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders


        Diane L. Williams, PhD and Lori J. Marra, MA
Duquesne University Faculty

        Saturday, October 11, 2014
        10:00 am - 12:00 pm
        Room 719 Fisher Hall

Learner Outcomes: 
Participants will be able to

1.  Evaluate recent research related to the development of narrative and expository discourse skills in school-age children with autism spectrum disorders  (ASD)
2.  Describe several different strategies that can be used therapeutically to enhance the narrative and expository discourse skills of school-age children with ASD
3.  Adapt the examples provided to specific school-age children with ASD to develop their narrative and expository discourse skills.

This workshop is FREE and only offered to Duquesne SLP Alumni and recent (2009-present) Clinical Instructors/Supervisors of Duquesne SLP graduate students.  You must register below.

Register online by October 1, 2014:  Click Here to Register
For more information:  email - slpconference@duq.edu or call Lori Marra at 412.396.1584

This program is offered for .2 CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area)

Download the workshop brochure   click here