Facilitating Speech and Language 2017-11-11T15:35:46+00:00

Facilitating Speech and Language in Children with Disabilities

CMTE Credits: 6
Course Instructors: Blythe LaGasse, Ph.D., MT-BC
Date: Self-led course, complete within 90 days of purchase.
Time: 300 Minutes
Location: Online/Self Study
Course Cost: $50.00 – Discounted Price! Course will be retired 6/18. CMTE credits must be claimed by 5/31/18.
Prerequisites: None

Online Course Description

Many music therapists work with children who have speech and language needs. This CMTE is designed to give the professional music therapist information including the anatomical, neurological, and developmental aspects of speech and language. You will also learn about current research in music and speech/language and how to apply research in the clinic. Tips for creating and implementing music therapy for common speech and language needs will also be presented. 

Learning Objectives

Course participants will be able to:

  • identify major factors in speech and language disabilities
  • consider the role of neurological development in the production of speech
  • identify the mechanisms that allow music to help in the development of speech and language
  • identify relevant music therapy interventions for speech training

Facilitating Speech and Language in Children with Disabilities

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“I recommend Dr. LaGasse’s Speech and Language in Music Therapy Course. It worked from theory to research to clinical applications, good resources, accessible, good presentation, and I appreciated a personalized and practical form of testing. It gave me new areas to look into and some intervention ideas to try.”
Dirk Cushenbery, MT-BC
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