The FREE two-day advanced training workshop is designed for speech-language pathologists across various practice settings including schools, medical, home health, early childhood intervention, and private practice who want to gain advanced knowledge about evidence-based assessment and treatment for CAS. Clinicians are challenged to demonstrate effective clinical decision-making skills through discussion, case studies, and small group activities.
For more information, view our flier here.
View sample workshop learning objectives here.
View sample workshop agenda here.
Requirements to Attend
Upcoming Advanced Workshops
The Once Upon A Time Foundation supports the advanced training workshops by providing grants to university and clinical programs across the country.
Our next workshop will be hosted by University of Northern Colorado on July 29th and 30th with Dr. Edythe Strand. In order to qualify to attend this FREE workshop you must have:
- watch the online video prerequisite – Diagnosis and Treatment of CAS Using DTTC
- pass the video post-test with 80% or better score
- complete the diagnostic skills assessment
- apply to attend this workshop
- are selected to participate
For more information about the workshop and the application process please look over this CAS Advanced Workshop Flier . This is our first workshop since 2020 so we are expecting a large pool of applicants so please read through the application carefully and apply early if you are interested.
Please note: if you have attended a previous advanced workshop sponsored by the Once Upon a Time Foundation, you are NOT eligible to attend another one, even if it features a different expert presenter or is hosted at another site.
|Temple University||Philadelphia, PA||February 21-22, 2020|
|New York University||New York, NY||December 5-6, 2019
December 8-9, 2019
|Texas Christian University||Fort Worth, TX||June 14-15, 2019|
|UT Health at San Antonio||San Antonio, TX||June 7-8, 2019|
|University of Houston||Sugar Land, TX||February 1-2, 2019|
|New York University||New York, NY||October 11-12, 2018
November 29-30, 2018
December 2-3, 2018
|Kaiser Permanente Oakland and California State University, East Bay||Oakland, CA||October 27-28, 2018|
|University of Kansas||Overland Park, KS||April 6-7, 2018|
|University of Arizona||Tucson, AZ||March 16-17, 2018|
|Northwestern University||Evanston, IL||January 26-27, 2018|
|University of Texas at Dallas||Richardson, TX||September 22-23, 2017|
What Clinicians are Saying
Cori R.SLP and Advanced Workshop Attendee
“Spending time with Dr. Strand is like immersing yourself into a textbook regarding motor speech disorders. Dr. Strand's knowledge is wide span and provided me with the greater depth of information to guide my practice. I am very grateful for the opportunity to learn from such an expert!”
Rebekah B.SLP and Advanced Workshop Attendee
“DTTC advanced training has provided me with an entirely new way to think about, access and treat CAS. I have recommended it to all my SLP colleagues.”
Nicole K.SLP and Advanced Workshop Attendee
“The Advanced Workshop has helped me to become more confident in assessing and diagnosing Apraxia in addition to providing family education and ongoing therapy to my clients.”
Kathryn D.SLP and Advanced Workshop Attendee
“I have found Dr. Strand's course very helpful in my day to day clinical practice with preschool and school aged children. Her emphasis on teaching the various components of motor learning as it relates to speech production was enlightening. I also use the prompting/cueing strategies, and have had a great deal of success! I believe it is because I am now giving the children very specific feedback that enables them to change their production so it matches my model. Without a doubt, the children benefit from this multisensory approach. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to attend her course. Thank you Dr. Strand and NYU!!!”
Nicole P.SLP and Advanced Workshop Attendee
“I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from Dr. Edythe Strand to provide DTTC to my patients with CAS. Understanding how to target specific movement gestures to improve the overall efficiency of a child's motor speech system has been instrumental in my practice. It has been particularly amazing to see the generalization of production precision and accuracy to untrained movement gestures; a true testament to how effectively this protocol works!! For example, although not directly targeted or trained, I observed the elimination of a patient's voicing errors following 1-2 months of DTTC treatment. Thank you so much!”