LAMP Training Workshop (In-Person)
Tue., Sep. 17, 2019
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Wed., Sep. 18, 2019
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
- 175 USD
The Gables Event Center
Room: Green Room
1915 Bush Dairy Road
Laurel, MS 39443
- Instructor: Julie Butterworth
The Gables Event Center
Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) Extended Course: Highlighting Local Clients
LAMP is an augmentative alternative communication (AAC) approach designed to give a method of independently and spontaneously expressing themselves through a speech generating device. This course will cover the components of LAMP: readiness to learn, engaging the learner through joint engagement, and learning language through a unique and consistent motor plan paired with an auditory signal and a natural consequence. Discussion will include how this approach addresses the core language deficits of autism, device features that are beneficial to teaching language, and how to use those features to implement LAMP components. Videos will be used to illustrate the treatment components.
In addition, this extended workshop will include videotaping of up to three local clients chosen by the host center on the day prior to the training. Those videos will be used to illustrate the components of LAMP and to facilitate discussion regarding assessment and implementation.
PRCs language system and devices will be used to illustrate treatment components but LAMP principles can also be applied to other products. Participants will receive some hands-on time with the LAMP Words for Life language system; however this is not a device-specific training.
BACB Type III CEU's available by Julie Butterworth, MCD, CCC-SLP, BCBA
You may cancel up to two weeks prior to the workshop for a $35 cancellation fee. Within the two weeks prior to the workshop no refund will be available.
- Define the role of readiness to learn and shared focus in the implementation of AAC with children with ASD.
- Explain the importance of using motor patterning to develop motor automaticity for children with ASD who use AAC.
- Examine the use of a form/function profile as well as an interest inventory for use with children with ASD.
- Discuss implementation strategies for teaching children with ASD to use AAC.
- Discuss strategies for analyzing the efficacy of communication treatment.
30 minutes - Welcome and introduction
30 minutes - Communication processes in ASD & benefit of LAMP approach
30 minutes - Overview of LAMP approach
30 minutes - Readiness to Learn
30 minutes - Shared focus
30 minutes - Consistent & unique motor patterns
30 minutes - Auditory signal
45 minutes - Natural consequences
30 minutes - Language Connections
30 minutes - Getting Started
30 minutes - Core vocabulary and language representation
30 minutes - Assessment
30 minutes - Preparing the device
30 minutes - Implementation goals and activities
30 minutes - Tracking efficacy
30 minutes - Summary and follow up
Julie Butterworth, MCD, CCC-SLP, BCBA
Julie Butterworth is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. She holds a Bachelor's of Science and Master's degree in communicative disorders from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro AR. Julie completed her certification process for behavior analysis through Florida Institute of Technology and received certification from the Behavior Analysis Certification Board in 2011. Julie is currently a consultant working with the autism waiver for the state of Arkansas. She also works as a BCBA and AAC specialist for KidSPOT, a multidisciplinary pediatric therapy facility and child care center located in Northeast Arkansas. Julie has been involved in working with children with autism spectrum disorders implementing LAMP strategies for many years. She is very passionate about her work and the children she serves. Julie has been fortunate to be in many different settings such as early intervention, home, school, private school, and clinical. She has had the unique opportunity to follow several children using AAC for many years, allowing her to share the difficulties and triumphs along the way.
Presenter: Julie Butterworth
Financial: Julie Butterworth is contracted by The Center for AAC and Autism
Non-Financial: Julie receives free equipment from the Center for AAC and Autism to use for her presentations.
Live online classes: Participants wanting ASHA CEUs must be registered, "join" the class through his/her unique confirmation email letter and participate for the entire duration of the class. No partial credits will be submitted. Participants have 15 days to submit all ASHA paperwork to PRC. ASHA paperwork received after 15 days will not be accepted. Your entrance and exit of the class are timestamped and you must stay logged in on a computer or tablet for the entire class in order to receive ASHA CEUs. Call-in only attendance does not qualify for ASHA CEUs.
In-person classes: All ASHA paperwork must be submitted to the presenter by the end of the training day.
Participants wanting ASHA CEUs for a multiple day training must attend all days. In addition, if there is a registration fee associated with the class and payment is not received, PRC will not submit your request for ASHA CEUs.
An annual ASHA CE Registry fee is required to register ASHA CEUs. ASHA CE Registry fees are paid by the participant directly to the ASHA National Office. The annual ASHA CE Registry fee allows registration of an unlimited number of ASHA CEUs for the calendar year. Contact the ASHA CE staff at 800-498-2071 ext. 8591 for CE Registry fee subscription information: www.asha.org
PRC-Saltillo licenses a patented technology that is in PRC-Saltillo products trademarked as Accent®, ChatFusion™, NovaChat®, PRiO®, TouchChat®, TouchChat® Express, Look™, NuEye®, and NuPoint®, as well as software (CoreScanner™, Engage, Essence®, VocabPC™, MultiChat15, UNIDAD®, Unity®, WordPower™, LAMP Words for Life®, LAMP Words for Life® - Spanish/English, LAMP Words for Life® - VI, TouchChat® app), and our Language Acquisition through Motor Planning™ (LAMP) approach. PRC-Saltillo also has registered five websites, aacapps.com, aaclanguagelab.com, exploreaac.com, realizelanguage.com, touchchatapp.com, and alpforaac.com. Because there are no other like-kind products available, course offerings will only cover information that pertains to the effective and safe use of the above-named products/softwares/websites.
PRC presentations will focus exclusively on Accent, PRiO, NuEye, Look, NuPoint, Unity, UNIDAD, LAMP Words for Life, LAMP Words for Life - Sp/En, LAMP Words for Life - VI, CoreScanner, Essence, WordPower, Explore AAC, Realize Language, or AAC Language Lab and will not include information regarding other similar or related augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices or software.
Saltillo presentations will focus exclusively on ChatFusion, NovaChat, TouchChat, VocabPC, MultiChat15, WordPower, TouchChat app, Explore AAC, or TouchChat website.
WordPower is a trademark of Inman Innovations, Inc; © 2001-2019; All rights reserved. Used with permission.
The Assessment of Learning Process (ALP) for AAC is a trademark of PRC-Saltillo and Lisbeth Nilsson.
Most of our presenters are salaried, employee-owners of PRC-Saltillo. A few of our presenters are contracted presenters.
This course is offered for 0.8 ASHA CEUs (Introductory level, Professional area).
Payment: Registration may be paid by credit card or purchase order. A $30 processing fee will be applied to each purchase order. You must register each individual separately online with their own contact information. If registering more than 10 people, call 866-998-1726 to verify there are enough seats remaining.
Refund: Refund Policy waived until April 30th. If you’re registered for an in-person LAMP workshop and are unable to attend, you may cancel or reschedule without penalty.
We offer a 50% discount for parents who are considering the LAMP approach for their children and for students in professional programs. ASHA CEU's will not be processed for discounted registrations.