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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

MARIBETH PLANKERS is an outstanding national presenter and highly experienced Speech-Language Pathologist and Assistive Technology Professional. She brings years of experience and ideas for improving outcomes for students who have language, reading and written language disorders. She has extensive experience providing communication services within inclusive telehealth models. In addition, she has experience working as a consultant, clinical service provider, diagnostician, and clinical supervisor within the university setting. MariBeth reflects a broad experience working with students of all ages, from early education through college level. MariBeth is the author of Strengthen Your Speech-Language Pathologist Teletherapy Program, the digital resource handbook each participant will receive at this seminar. Join MariBeth for a fast-paced, engaging seminar with practical, highly effective techniques you can use in your teletherapy program.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"So many wonderful resources – I can’t wait to explore and try all of MariBeth’s suggestions!"
Mara Jirelle, Speech-Language Pathologist

"Very practical with many take-aways that can be implemented immediately. I really enjoyed this seminar!"
Cathy White, Speech-Language Pathologist

"This was a great seminar with tons of useful resources and explanation of how to use them. I can’t wait to try them with my students!"
Jaclyn Friese-Peterson, Speech-Language Pathologist

"Loved how knowledgeable and excited MariBeth was about the topic. Very engaging and fun."
Angela Cotherman, Speech-Language Pathologist