Conference Continuing Education Credits

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ASHA CEUs can only be earned by joining the ASHA Registry for an additional fee and having your courses reported to the Registry by the approved provider once all requirements for a course are met. You cannot self-submit hours for ASHA CEUs. If you are not a Registry member, or if you decide not to opt in for ASHA CEUs, your hours are simply called CMHs rather than ASHA CEUs, and you will need to maintain your own record of activities completed.

Continuing Education Credits

AET: Up to 12 CE Hours
ASHA: Up to 1.20 CEUs (Intermediate Level)
NASP: Up to 12 Hours of CPD
CA BBS (Through NASP): Up to 12 CE Hours (includes LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, LEP in California)
TEA: Up to 12 CPE Hours
ALTA: Up to 12 CE Hours
CLE or MCLE: Currently pending

 


Pre-Conference Workshop Continuing Education Credits

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ASHA CEUs can only be earned by joining the ASHA Registry for an additional fee and having your courses reported to the Registry by the approved provider once all requirements for a course are met. You cannot self-submit hours for ASHA CEUs. If you are not a Registry member, or if you decide not to opt in for ASHA CEUs, your hours are simply called CMHs rather than ASHA CEUs, and you will need to maintain your own record of activities completed.

Continuing Education Credits

AET: 6 CE Hours
ASHA: 0.60 CEUs (Intermediate Level)
NASP: 6 Hours of CPD
CA BBS (Through NASP): 6 CE Hours (includes LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, LEP in California)
TEA: 6 CPE Hours
ALTA: 6 CE Hours
CLE or MCLE: Currently pending

Disclosure for Peter Wright: Disclosure: Financial – Presenter has an ownership interest in and receives a salary from Harbor House Law Press, Inc.; AET has paid a fee to Harbor House Law Press, Inc. for the presenter’s services as a speaker and for publications distributed to participants. Non-Financial – No relevant relationships to disclose.

Participants will be able to:

  • List and define the key terms relevant to special education law
  • Summarize the history of IDEA
  • Describe how tests and measurements document progress and regression
  • Explain the IEP process and how to ensure that goals and objectives are meaningful and measurable
  • Apply tactics and strategies to ensure effective advocacy
  • Conduct legal research to find recent, relevant cases

Schedule:

Schedule for ASHA