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Janice Greenberg, Program Director at The Hanen Centre (Toronto), presented a workshop on Hanen Programs, which are specialized therapeutic programs involving intensive education of groups of parents (whose children have language delays) or educators (who work with young children in educational settings). Hanen programs are based on the philosophy that children learn to communicate within the natural conversations of everyday life and that parents and educators are the child’s best language facilitators if they are taught to do this effectively.

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PROGRAMME
SLI - SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT
DIAGNOSIS, PROGNOSIS, INTERVENTION
Warsaw, 5–8 July 2012

 

Moderators:
Maria Cywińska
Michał B. Paradowski

 

 

Thursday, July 5, 2012

 

 

09.00-11.00

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opening: Krystyna Szumilas, Ministry of National Education


12.00-13.30

lecture: J. Bruce Tomblin (University of Iowa, USA), What is specific Language Impairment and why should we be concerned about it?


13.30-14.30

lunch break


14.30-16.00

lecture: James Law (University of Newcastle, UK), The child with speech, language and communication needs in the UK: the emerging evidence base and its implications for policy 


16.00-16.30

coffee break


16.30-18.00

lecture: Catherine E. Snow (Harvard University, USA), Preventing language poverty and supporting language & literacy development in children


18.00-19.00

lecture: Laurence B. Leonard (Purdue University, USA), Specific Language Impairment across languages – video conference


 

 

Friday, July 6, 2012

 

 

09.00-10.00

lecture: Leslie A. Rescorla (Bryn Mawr College, USA), Late talkers: identification, characteristics and outcomes


10.00-10.30

lecture: Magdalena Smoczyńska (Jagellonian University & Educational Research Institute, Poland), Late Language Emergence, SLI and dyslexia in Polish speaking children: A follow-up study


10.30-11.00

lecture: Patricia A. Eadie & Sheena Reilly (University of Melbourne & Murdoch Childrens’s Research Institute, Australia), Prevalence, pathways, and co-morbidities of Late Talking and Language Impairment in a community cohort (2-7 years)


11.00-11.30

coffee break

 

11.30-12.00

lecture: Stephanie Orloski (Warsaw, Poland), Differentiating profiles of late-talking children and children with autism


12.00-12.30

lecture: Elżbieta Szeląg (Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology & Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland), The application of training in temporal information processing in children with SLI


12.30-13.30

lecture: Elin Thordardottir (McGill University, Canada),
Specific Language Impairment in Icelandic, English, French and in bilingual children: Differences and similarities


13.30-14.30

lunch break

 

14.30-15.30

lecture: Ester Dromi (Tel Aviv University, Israel), A developmental model
for the evaluation of communication, language and speech disorders in very young children


15.30-16.30

lecture: Marilyn Nippold (University of Oregon, USA), Reading comprehension and syntactic deficits in children with SLI: Implications for the classroom


16.30-17.00

coffee break

 

17.00-18.00

poster session - download poster session programme

18.00-19.00

lecture: Dorothy Bishop (Oxford University, UK), How language impairment affects literacy - webinar


 

 

Saturday, July 7, 2012

 

 

09.00-10.00

lecture: Monika Pawłowska (University of North Dakota, USA), What’s in a language test? An overview of diagnostic language tests and measures

 

10.00-11.00

lecture: Nan Bernstein Ratner (University of Maryland, USA), Phonological and fluency characteristics of children with SLI


11.00-11.30

coffee break

 

11.30-12.30

lecture: Philip Dale (University of New Mexico, USA), What twin studies can tell us about why preschool language abilities predict later reading


12.30-13.30

lecture: Shula Chiat & Penny Roy (City University London, UK), The impact of socioeconomic disadvantage on young children’s language

 

13.30-14.30

lunch break

 

14.30-15.00

lecture: Laurent Danon-Boileau (Université Paris Descartes, France), How can we help a child acquire his/her mother tongue?


 
Discussion panel:
How to help children with SLI in Poland? And the conference wrap-up

 

15.00-16.00

discussion panel, part I.
Needs: knowledge, tools, system solutions,

 

16.00-17.00

discussion panel, part II.
Action plan: What needs to be done and how to do it?

 

17.00-17.30

coffee break

 

17.30-18.30    discussion panel, part III.
Action plan: What needs to be done and how to do it?
18.30-19.00

closing of the conference

 

 

 

Sunday, July 8, 2012

 

 

Workshop:
Presentation of Hanen programs with particular focus on the Learning Language and Loving it program. The workshop will be led by Janice Greenberg (Hanen Centre, Toronto, Canada)

 

09.00-10.30

Hanen workshop, part I


10.30-11.00

coffee break


11.00-12.30

Hanen workshop, part II


12.30-13.30

lunch break


13.30-15.00

Hanen workshop, part III


 

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