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五月 27 @ 9:00 下午
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尊科Trumptech - 六色積木(Six Bricks) 初階課程 Level 1 (Zoom 教學) 及 進階課程 Level 2 (實體課)

五月 28 @ 10:00 上午
簡介: 樂高六色積木(Six Bricks)源自於南非,是一種透過「遊戲中學習 (Learning through Play)」的工具,強調全人發展,有助於發展大小肌動作、認知、記憶、語言、專注力、解難、創意社交能力及數理等活動。六色積木適用於兒童及青少年學習、輔導、企業培訓、社福活動,甚至長者活動等不同領域及年齡層,培養學習者思考能力、好奇心及想象力,亦能促進反思及多元潛能發展。 舉辦機構:尊科Trumptech (Official Partner of LEGO Education) 上課日...
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Talk B: Treatment and Management of Feeding and Speech/Velopharyngeal Insufficiency in Cleft Palate +/- Lip

六月 8 @ 7:00 下午
Clinical outcomes in Cleft Palate with or without Lip (CP+/-L) include dentition, facial growth, hearing, speech, language and feeding. There is also strong evidence of the impact of the condition on psychosocial factors, academic achievement and com...
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Colourful Semantics Training with ITS - 11th June 2022 - Online

六月 11 @ 8:00 上午
About this event -https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/online-colourful-semantics-training-with-its-non-uk-only-tickets-341773532837 THIS ONLINE TRAINING COURSE IS FOR NON UK DELEGATES ONLY Training begins at 8am HKT (Hong Kong Time) We will run through th...
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Clinical outcomes in Cleft Palate with or without Lip (CP+/-L) include dentition, facial growth, hearing, speech, language and feeding. There is also strong evidence of the impact of the condition on psychosocial factors, academic achievement and communicative participation. Even following primary palate repair, a significant proportion of individuals with CP+/-L will continue to have velopharyngeal insufficiency (VPI). As a speech therapist working with individuals with CP+/-L, it is essential to be aware of the range of clinical outcomes and understand how they impact on the individual’s activities and participation. The role of the Speech Therapist begins from infancy till discharge in adulthood and extends to collaboration with members of the local medical team and professional communication with fellow Speech Therapists.

In Talk B, participants will learn about the intervention approaches for feeding difficulties in patients with CP+/-L as well as hunger induction trial in local patients developed oral aversion. Participants will also be introduced to evidence-based speech treatment approaches and cleft-specific components and techniques with case study examples. A brief overview of surgical and/or physical management of VPI will be given.

Date: 8 June 2022
Time: 7:00-9:30pm
Fee: $200 for members, $300 for non-members
Venue: Christian Family Service Centre, Auditorium, 3 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Kwun Tong
Capacity: 140 

Registration link: https://speechtherapy.org.hk/event/talk-b-treatment-and-management-of-feeding-and-speech-velopharyngeal-insufficiency-in-cleft-palate-lip/

*All participants MUST register and use the LeaveHomeSafe mobile app in order to entre the premises.Image attachment

Clinical outcomes in Cleft Palate with or without Lip (CP+/-L) include dentition, facial growth, hearing, speech, language and feeding. There is also strong evidence of the impact of the condition on psychosocial factors, academic achievement and communicative participation. Even following primary palate repair, a significant proportion of individuals with CP+/-L will continue to have velopharyngeal insufficiency (VPI). As a speech therapist working with individuals with CP+/-L, it is essential to be aware of the range of clinical outcomes and understand how they impact on the individual’s activities and participation. The role of the Speech Therapist begins from infancy till discharge in adulthood and extends to collaboration with members of the local medical team and professional communication with fellow Speech Therapists.

In Talk B, participants will learn about the intervention approaches for feeding difficulties in patients with CP+/-L as well as hunger induction trial in local patients developed oral aversion. Participants will also be introduced to evidence-based speech treatment approaches and cleft-specific components and techniques with case study examples. A brief overview of surgical and/or physical management of VPI will be given.

Date: 8 June 2022
Time: 7:00-9:30pm
Fee: $200 for members, $300 for non-members
Venue: Christian Family Service Centre, Auditorium, 3 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Kwun Tong
Capacity: 140

Registration link: speechtherapy.org.hk/event/talk-b-treatment-and-management-of-feeding-and-speech-velopharyngeal-i...

*All participants MUST register and use the 'LeaveHomeSafe' mobile app in order to entre the premises.
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Clinical outcomes in Cleft Palate with or without Lip (CP+/-L) include dentition, facial growth, hearing, speech, language and feeding. There is also strong evidence of the impact of the condition on psychosocial factors, academic achievement and communicative participation. Even following primary palate repair, a significant proportion of individuals with CP+/-L will continue to have velopharyngeal insufficiency (VPI). As a speech therapist working with individuals with CP+/-L, it is essential to be aware of the range of clinical outcomes and understand how they impact on the individual’s activities and participation. The role of the Speech Therapist begins from infancy till discharge in adulthood and extends to collaboration with members of the local medical team and professional communication with fellow Speech Therapists.

In Talk A, participants will be introduced to the Cleft Clinical Care Pathway and the range of clinical outcomes in CP+/-L with a focus on feeding, language and speech. Common feeding problems found in this patient group, as well as evaluation with corresponding techniques and tools would be discussed. Participants will be introduced to the evidence on language development in children with CP+/-L, and recommendations for assessment. Participants will also learn about speech parameters of Cleft Palate/VPI, approaches to analyses, and current published perceptual speech framework tools. There will be a brief overview of instrumental investigations of VPI.

PS: This seminar will provide more in-depth knowledge and different content from the Assessment Tool talk which was held by CUHK.

Date: 18 May 2022
Time: 7:00-9:30p.m.
Fee: $200 for members, $300 for non-members
Venue: Christian Family Service Centre,  Auditorium, 3 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong
Capacity: 140 

Registration link: https://speechtherapy.org.hk/event/talk-a-clinical-outcomes-of-cleft-palate-lip/

**All participants MUST register and use the LeaveHomeSafe mobile app in order to entre the premises.Image attachment

Clinical outcomes in Cleft Palate with or without Lip (CP+/-L) include dentition, facial growth, hearing, speech, language and feeding. There is also strong evidence of the impact of the condition on psychosocial factors, academic achievement and communicative participation. Even following primary palate repair, a significant proportion of individuals with CP+/-L will continue to have velopharyngeal insufficiency (VPI). As a speech therapist working with individuals with CP+/-L, it is essential to be aware of the range of clinical outcomes and understand how they impact on the individual’s activities and participation. The role of the Speech Therapist begins from infancy till discharge in adulthood and extends to collaboration with members of the local medical team and professional communication with fellow Speech Therapists.

In Talk A, participants will be introduced to the Cleft Clinical Care Pathway and the range of clinical outcomes in CP+/-L with a focus on feeding, language and speech. Common feeding problems found in this patient group, as well as evaluation with corresponding techniques and tools would be discussed. Participants will be introduced to the evidence on language development in children with CP+/-L, and recommendations for assessment. Participants will also learn about speech parameters of Cleft Palate/VPI, approaches to analyses, and current published perceptual speech framework tools. There will be a brief overview of instrumental investigations of VPI.

PS: This seminar will provide more in-depth knowledge and different content from the Assessment Tool talk which was held by CUHK.

Date: 18 May 2022
Time: 7:00-9:30p.m.
Fee: $200 for members, $300 for non-members
Venue: Christian Family Service Centre, Auditorium, 3 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong
Capacity: 140

Registration link: speechtherapy.org.hk/event/talk-a-clinical-outcomes-of-cleft-palate-lip/

**All participants MUST register and use the 'LeaveHomeSafe' mobile app in order to entre the premises.
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SAVE THE DATE!📅📅📅

Finally we are back to face-to-face! We will be hosting 2 live seminars in May and June. 

Stay tuned for more details. Tickets available soon!  

For more enquiries, please contact pd.hkast@gmail.com

SAVE THE DATE!📅📅📅

Finally we are back to face-to-face! We will be hosting 2 live seminars in May and June.

Stay tuned for more details. Tickets available soon!

For more enquiries, please contact pd.hkast@gmail.com
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