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Beyond Parkinson’s: Use of Evidence-based LSVT LOUD for Other Movement Disorders, Aging and Children

This session will (a) examine how speech therapists are using an evidence-based, Parkinson’s specific treatment (LSVT LOUD) in atypical parkinsonism, other movement disorders, aging conditions and childhood/adolescent populations, and (b) explore therapists’ perceived outcomes and challenges in applying LSVT LOUD beyond Parkinson’s disease. These clinical implementation data will inform needs for future research and ongoing clinical support for therapists.

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LSVT LOUD® Applied to Adults with Cerebral Palsy: Two Single-Subject Studies

This study explores the acoustic and perceptual consequences of the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT LOUD®) in two adults (a female and a male) with cerebral palsy. The session describes the tenets of this intensive speech treatment and analyzes the impact of increased loudness on the vocal function of these two speakers. Positive changes were found in most of the acoustic measures examined, as well as in the perceptual data, following treatment. Together with the perceptual data and previous positive outcomes of LSVT LOUD applied to CP, these findings motivate continued research in this area.

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Telepractice in Private Practice and University Clinics for Adults with Neurological Disorders

This session will describe the implementation of telepractice in the treatment of adults with aphasia, traumatic brain injury (TBI) and Parkinson’s disease (PD). The focus will be on the establishment of successful and sustainable telepractice programs in private practice and university clinic settings. Published outcome data will be reviewed supporting implementation of telepractice delivery of speech treatment for these populations and in these settings. A range of scenarios from successful US and international private and university clinics will be presented detailing considerations such as equipment, recruitment, challenges, solutions and reimbursement. Use of telepractice for screening, assessment and maintenance will be described. Special emphasis will be placed on sustainability of telepractice delivery of speech treatment for adult neurological populations.

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Utilizing technology for safe and effective delivery of LSVT LOUD

Join LSVT BIG Faculty as they discuss unique challenges faced by individuals with atypical or advanced Parkinsonian disorders. The presentation will include information on how LSVT BIG can improve mobility for these individuals and how treatment can be adapted to fit the unique needs often encountered in these populations.

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Introduction to LSVT LOUD and LSVT BIG: Speech, Physical, and Occupational Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease and Other Neurological Conditions

Join LSVT BIG Faculty as they discuss unique challenges faced by individuals with atypical or advanced Parkinsonian disorders. The presentation will include information on how LSVT BIG can improve mobility for these individuals and how treatment can be adapted to fit the unique needs often encountered in these populations.

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Behind the Scenes with Organizations Supporting the Parkinson’s Community

Join LSVT BIG Faculty as they discuss unique challenges faced by individuals with atypical or advanced Parkinsonian disorders. The presentation will include information on how LSVT BIG can improve mobility for these individuals and how treatment can be adapted to fit the unique needs often encountered in these populations.

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Exclusive Webinar for Allied Health Professionals in Africa

Register now for a one-hour webinar exclusive for Allied Health Professionals in Africa!

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A Crash Course for Care Partners: How to Help People Receiving LSVT LOUD and LSVT BIG

Join LSVT BIG Faculty as they discuss unique challenges faced by individuals with atypical or advanced Parkinsonian disorders. The presentation will include information on how LSVT BIG can improve mobility for these individuals and how treatment can be adapted to fit the unique needs often encountered in these populations.

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Application of LSVT BIG to Neurological Conditions Beyond Parkinson’s Disease

Join LSVT BIG Faculty as they discuss unique challenges faced by individuals with atypical or advanced Parkinsonian disorders. The presentation will include information on how LSVT BIG can improve mobility for these individuals and how treatment can be adapted to fit the unique needs often encountered in these populations.

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Application of LSVT BIG® to neurological conditions beyond Parkinson’s disease

Join LSVT BIG faculty for an informational webinar on the application of LSVT BIG to neurological conditions beyond Parkinson’s disease.

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