THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA NEUROPSYCHOLOGY FORUM
is pleased to sponsor the upcoming presentations
Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD):
What the Brain Does with What the Ears Hear
with Melissa Wilson Beer, AuD, FAAA
and Jody Vaynshtok, MS, CCC-SLP
While central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) can be initially assessed or screened during a neuropsychological or psychoeducational evaluation, best practice dictates that it must be diagnosed by an audiologist and treated by a speech language pathologist. Join two such professionals as they delve into the hallmarks of CAPD, its assessment, differential diagnosis, various profiles, functional implications, and treatment options. Learn more about when a referral is appropriate and about the importance of a multidisciplinary approach for best outcomes.
- Understand and identify the differences between the peripheral and central auditory systems.
- Identify at least three skills of central auditory processing.
- Identify the etiology and characteristics of Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD).
- Understand and identify the differences between ADHD and CAPD.
- Name at least two screening measures to identify if a referral for a CAPD evaluation is warranted.
- Identify three different treatment strategies that may benefit different CAPD profiles.
About Dr. Melissa Wilson Beer:
Melissa Beer, Doctor of Audiology, has more than 10 years of clinical audiology experience. She is a partner and lead audiologist at Sound Speech and Hearing Clinic where she works in collaboration with speech language pathologists in the assessment and treatment of Central Auditory Processing Disorders. Dr. Beer is the former Director of Pediatrics at the Hearing and Speech Center of Northern California, co-creator of a multidisciplinary counseling and support group for children diagnosed with hearing loss, and former lead audiologist of the UCSF Hearing Loss Clinic.
About Ms. Jody Vaynshtok:
Jody Vaynshtok, MS, CCC-SLP, is a partner and lead speech language pathologist at Sound Speech and Hearing Clinic where she collaborates with co-treating clinicians in the care of patients for speech, language, literacy, voice, and auditory processing services. She has worked with a diverse pediatric and adult patient population, including early intervention services for Birth to Three, and medical services for those in hospital settings. Jody performs specialized language assessments for the Golden Gate Regional Center and the California Department of Social Services, and is a preceptor for students at the University of the Pacific and San Francisco State University.
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When: Saturday, November 2, 2019, 8:30 am - 11:30 pm
Location: The Oakland Center, in the Trans Pacific Center,
1000 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607
APA and QME CEUs: 3
NCNF is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NCNF maintains responsibility for this program.