2024  SUMMER SHINING LIGHT CONFERENCE

LAMP: Words for Life on iOS and Assistive Technology in the Classroom

8.5 CEU HOURS AVAILABLE

JULY 1 – 2, 2024
Monday 8:30am – 3:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am – 12:00pm

Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP)™ uses motor learning principles and a voice output communication aid to give non-verbal individuals a method to develop independent and spontaneous communication.

This course will provide a brief overview of the Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) approach and the LAMP Words for Life Vocabulary. Participants will learn how to use several key features in the LAMP Words for Life app: Vocabulary Builder, Word Finder, and Storing a Word.  Videos and hands on activities will be used to illustrate and teach key concepts through the training.

Professionals

Registration

$149

Early Bird Registration

Register before May 15th

$129

Students & LLH Parents

Registration

$59

Group Discount: Register 3 people and get the 4th free

Guest Speaker

Stefanie Olson, M.S., CCC-SLP

Stefanie Olson is a speech-language pathologist and LAMP Educator for The Center for AAC and Autism.  Stefanie received her B.S., and M.S., degrees at the University of Tulsa, and has worked primarily with individuals with significant and/or multiple disabilities for the past 25 years.

She previously worked at Little Light House in Tulsa, OK as the Assistive Technology Coordinator, and at the Oklahoma Assistive Technology Center as the program director providing AT evaluations, consultations, and professional trainings for Oklahoma Public Schools. Stefanie has also worked as a special education teacher, clinical, school, and early intervention-based speech-language pathologist, contract SLP providing AAC intervention services in an adult residential facility for individuals with developmental disabilities, and as an adjunct professor at Oklahoma State University teaching their graduate level AAC class.

Stefanie has experience presenting at the local, state, and national level on a variety of topics related to AT and AAC. She is passionate about helping parents, teachers, and other service providers acquire the knowledge they need to best serve the children in their care. She maintains membership in the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and with the Oklahoma Medical Licensure Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.

Questions?

Phone: 918-664-6746
Email: mwillis@littlelighthouse.org
5120 E 36th Street, Tulsa, OK 74135
MON-FRI 8:00am - 4:00pm
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