Mid-South Conference

The 52nd Annual Mid-South Conference on Communicative Disorders is returned to an in-person format this year. It was held in Memphis, February 24-25, 2022.  The strong clinical focus of the conference attracts professionals from throughout the United States as well as graduate and undergraduate students in the field of communication sciences and disorders.  The theme of this year's conference was "Together We Can Put the Pieces Back".

2022 Mid-South conference brochure

Keynote Speaker
Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L, FNAP

Here is the link to the Conference brochure. (updated 2/8/2022)

Here is a ink to the registration form suitable for mailing. (closed for this year)

Here is the Eventbrite link for registration. (closed for this year)

 Additional documents available for download are:

Handouts will be updated as we receive them. 

MS 1
Sarah Ward
Cutting Edge Strategies to Develop Independent Executive Function Skills (part 1 | part 2)

MS 2
Sarah Wallace
Using AAC to Support People with Aphasia

MS 3
Alene White
Basic American Sign Language & Deaf Culture for SLPs & AuDs

MS 4
Gus Mueller
Hearing Aid Verification: Rationale and Clinical Tips

MS 6
Trisha Milnes
Dawn K. Martin
Operationalizing Ototoxicity Management for VA Using a Population Health Framework

MS 8
Jan Wasowicz
Assessment and Treatment of Word-Level Reading and Spelling Disorders

MS 9
Catharine Crowley
Culturally Responsive and Evidence-Based Evaluations: SLAM Language Elicitation

MS 10
Richard Roberts
Vestibular Migraine and Effects of Lifestyle Modification

MS 14
Tommie Robinson
Parents as Partners: The Key to the Clinical Process

MS 15
Joy Doll
Volume to Value: Understanding the Healthcare Reimbursement Ecosystem

MS 17
Cheryl Deconde Johnson 
ACCESS: Navigating our Role in Educational Audiology

MS 19
JoAnne Berns 
Evidence Based Practice - Practical Tips for Busy SLPs

MS 20
Douglas Beck
Issues in Cognition Audition & Amplification

MS 21
Joy Doll
Follow the Yellow Brick Road: A Journey Toward Team Skills

MS 22
Janine Peca
From One Horse’s Mouth: Thoughts on ASD in Clinical Practice

MS 24
Jani Johnson
Jennifer Taylor 
Coaching Patients Toward Better Hearing Health

MS 25
Henry Botzum, Sarah Blizzard
Speaking the Alphabet: Providing Inclusive and Informed LGBTQ+ Healthcare

More information is coming soon!

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