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Lending Library

Browse JASPA's Collection of DVD's and CD's

  • JASPA Lending Library

  • DVD's

  • By Robert Winningham

    Discover the latest on implementing evidence-based interventions to slow, or even reverse, memory problems in those with dementia, mild cognitive impairment or traumatic brain injuries, as well as how to motivate apathetic patients.

  • By Barbara W. Hodson, PhD, CCC-SLP.

    A wealth of practical information is presented to help speech-language pathologists evaluate
    phonological/metaphonological skills, identify optimal target patterns, and select appropriate
    enhancement tasks for children with highly unintelligible speech.

  • By Jay Lucker, Ed. D., CCC-A/SLP, FAAA

    Watch this seminar recording and gain an understanding of the specific factors that underlie auditory processing, how APD differs from other disorders, and most importantly, what can be provided to appropriately help children identified with auditory processing deficits.

  • By Angela Mansolillo

    Gain the necessary tools to assess dysphagia in medically complex patients and apply evidence-based strategies to manage their swallow function.

  • By Lanny Butler

    This course will provide a practical approach to dementia with practical examples of how to maintain these skills, deal with problem behaviors, and challenge these individuals to live a full life...one filled with joy.

  • AUDIO CD'S

  • By Charlene Free

    This one-day workshop on apraxia will increase your understanding of this neurological disorder and
    provide you with practical treatment strategies that can be used with even your most difficult cases.

  • By Denise Dougherty

    Discuss numerous disorders that impact the oral, pharyngeal, and esophageal stages of swallowing, and
    prescribed medications. Muscle and cranial nerve function, bedside evaluation, and various dysphagia
    assessments will also be reviewed.

  • By Michael Lara, M.D.

    Nutrients significantly affect stress, tension, anxiety, mood, impulse control, and sleep. In this new program, you will learn evidence-based strategies to enhance care in medical practices.

  • By Mark B. Moss, Ph D.

    Recent discoveries have shed light on how the brain stores and retrieves information. This practical program describes how memory works, how it breaks down, and how to improve it in various settings.

  • By Gary Arendash, Ph. D.

    By age 85, we have greater than a 50% chance of developing dementia. However, recent evidence-based studies demonstrate that lifestyle choices we make in our 30s and beyond can determine whether we enter older age with the memory-impaired brain or healthy brain.This practical program describes normal and a accelerated aging, dementia, and strategies to protect the aging brain.

  • By Joy Hesse

    Learn to evaluate and treat both adults and children with speech, resonance, and velopharyngeal dysfunction. Assessment techniques will be illustrated with case studies; no-tech, low-tech, and high-tech treatment procedures are covered in detail.

  • By Laura Justice, PhD

    This audio self-study identifies key aspects of emergent and early literacy development, including print awareness and phonological awareness, with a focus on current evidence-based strategies for providing early interventions to facilitate early literacy achievements in children.

  • By Tom C. Ehren, MS, CCC-SLP

    Individuals who present with speech sound disorders may occasionally be resistant to intervention; in this case, conventional methods may be ineffective and remediation efforts may result in slow progress. In this program, we will present research-based and practical diagnosis and remediation methods designed to help you identify the problem, best select the target, establish and stabilize specific sounds productions, and know when to intervene.

  • By Sarah Ward, MS, CCC-SLP

    This program gives SLPs practical strategies to assess executive function (EF) skills in children and adolscents (aged 6-22), and interventions to support the development of situational awareness, goal selection, task management and planning, time management, and organized thinking. Topics include: self-regulation and situational awareness; forethought and hindsight; episodic and working memory; declarative language and self-talk; organization and planning; and higher-order thinking and reasoning.

  • By Michael Lara, MD

    Nutrients significantly affect stress, tension, anxiety, mood, impulse control, and sleep. In this program, you will learn evidence-based strategies to enhance care in medical practices.

  • By Mark B. Moss, PhD

    Recent discoveries have shed light on how the brain stores and retrieved information. This practical program describes how memory works, how it breaks down, and how to improve it in various settings.

  • By Gary Arendash, PhD

    By age 85, we have greater than a 50% chance of developing dementia. However, recent evidence-based studies demonstrate that lifestyle choices we make in our 30s and beyond can determine whether we enter older age with the memory-impaired brain or healthy brain. This practical program describes normal and an accelerated aging, dementia, and strategies to protect the aging brain.

  • By Joy Hesse

    Learn to evaluate and treat both adults and children with speech, resonance, and velopharyngeal dysfunction. Assessment techniques will be illustrated with case studies; no-tech, low-tech, and high-tech treatment procedures are covered in detail.

  • By Dacher Keltner, PhD

    Happiness depends less on external events and more on how we interpret the past, experience the moment, and imagine the future. In the last decade, advances in positive psychology and the neurobehavioral sciences have created a revolution in understanding happiness, sadness and related positive states. This program imparts key insights and skills.

  • By Judy Rudebusch, EdD, CCC-SLP, and JoAnn Wiechmann, EdD, CCC-SLP

    Although awareness of the benefits of using a workload approach to caseload management is high among school-based SLPs, the level of implementation reported in ASHA Schools Surveys remains relatively low. This course aims to reserve that trend by providing real success stories about creative ways to use a workload approach to solve problems and increase the quality of SLP services in schools. Topics include: how to analyze and revise weekly schedule to allow for more service delivery options and a better balance across the workload cluster; and how to develop an action plan to close the gap between the better/best workload implementation and current status. Visit ASHA.org for more information.