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Education Service Center Speech Pathology Webinar Series
Helping Adolescents and Young Adult Face the Challenge of Stuttering

The Speech Pathology Webinar Series has been well received across all regions of Texas by the community of speech pathologists and other school staff. The purpose of the webinar series is to provide high level learning opportunities to the speech pathologist in the public schools of Texas. These webinars are interactive and have proved to be an excellent source of continuing education for many. Due to the increasing participation as evidenced by growing audiences, we continue this successful endeavor by collaborating with “ALL” twenty Education Service Centers (ESCs) across Texas. We remain dedicated in providing you more outstanding topics and speakers each year. 2.5 TSHA CEUs offered for this course. 

FEE: There is no fee for this session for persons associated with Region 10. Out-of-Region 10 participants will be charged $100.00 per day for the session.

We hope you join us again by registering for any or all eight webinars seen below. Texas Speech Language and Hearing Association (TSHA) credit will be given for each webinar you attend.

These webinars are accessed through your computer and are NOT HELD at your Education Service Center.

Additionally, we ask that you register through YOUR local education service center by using your ISD email address.


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Important Session Information:

This is a webinar, NOT HELD at your Education Service Center, accessed through your computer. 

Title: Helping Adolescents and Young Adult Face the Challenge of Stuttering

Presenter: Scott Yaruss, PhD/CCC-SLP

As children who stutter become teenagers, the challenges they face become more
complicated. They may face difficult questions about how stuttering will affect their ability to get a job, to
get into college, to get into the service, or to meet that special someone. The concerns of parents also
become more acute, as they worry more about their children's future. During this period of transition, the
ability to cope effectively with stuttering becomes increasingly important. This presentation will focus on
the issues that face older school-age children and adolescents who stutter, with a focus on helping to
prepare them for a future in which stuttering does not play a negative role in their lives, so they achieve
their best success both in and out of school.

This event is free to all Region 10 LEAs.

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Credits Available:
(2.5) CPE
Seats Available:
Contact Person:
Connie Holland
Jyutika Mehta
Region 10 Contractor
Pam Sepulvado
Date Time Location
9/20/2019 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM GoToMeeting
   Region 10 Education Service Center
   400 E. Spring Valley Rd.
   Richardson, TX 75081-5101

Second Location    
904 Abrams Rd    
Richardson, TX 75081