Continuing Education

ASHA CEU Administrator

Erica Chatelain
(478) 719-0621(h)


Continuing Education Opportunities

GSHA is an approved ASHA CEU Provider.  As such, it hosts several continuing education opportunities throughout the year.  In addition, it co-sponsors with other entities various educational programs.  For more information on co-sponsoring an event with GSHA, click here to view the necessary application forms.  To view a calendar of upcoming continuing education events, click here.

Continuing Education  Opportunity

You are welcome to join Dynavox  for upcoming Workshops, these are FREE opportunities offering ASHA CEUs.  Tobii Dynavox offers these workshops as a way to help you gain more knowledge on serving people with severe communication disorders.  Tobii Dynavox hosts these workshops, and will present strategies using Tobii Dynavox solutions, however most of the content is generalized enough that if you are using different solutions, you are welcome to attend and will probably gain valuable strategies.

Holly Schneider,   presenter for these workshops brings years of experience in AAC with these educational opportunities.

FREE opportunities however because of the limited seating Registration is Required!

June 14, 2017: Location: Atlanta, Georgia / IW Topic: Supporting Adults with Neurogenic Communication Disorders

For more information and to register for this Atlanta IW click here.

June 15, 2017:  Location: Kennesaw, Georgia / IW Topic:  Beyond Requesting: I Definitely Have More to Say.

For more information and to register for this Kennesaw IW click here.

About the Presenter:

Our presenter, Holly Schneider, Holly Schneider, MA CCC-SLP, has prior experience as an Elementary & Intermediate English and Language Arts teacher. After graduating from the University of Texas in 2000 with a Master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology, she began a clinical career at St. David’s Rehabilitation Hospital, working with clients ranging in age from adolescent to geriatric. Here her focus and passion grew towards working with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) to increase her clients’ ability to participate more fully in their lives. Now with Tobii Dynavox she is presently a member of the Clinical Training & Implementation Team where she develops and conducts internal and customer trainings, creates implementation resources, and presents at local, national and international conferences about AAC topics. She has publications in JMSLP (2010) and most recently in Advance Healthcare Network for Speech and Hearing (2015).