Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Teresa Farnham has worked extensively with children and adults with communication disorders as a school-based SLP, speech pathology supervisor, assistive technology consultant and private practitioner. Teresa is the 2018 recipient of the National Patricia Lindamood Clinical Leadership Award for her role in promoting evidence-based practice in phonology within the profession. She is a highly sought after presenter on the subject of phonological disorders and enjoys sharing her knowledge and practical approaches with colleagues.
Her extensive school-based SLP experience uniquely qualifies her to understand the challenges of scheduling and caseload management that improving practice can alleviate. She is a popular presenter at regional, state and national levels on assistive technology, language and literacy, and best practices in speech-language pathology.
Join Teresa for a fast-paced, fun and informative day filled with powerful approaches to help you facilitate rapid change for your students with severe phonological disorders.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"This is really going to change how I work with children – starting NOW! Thank you so much for this informative information. I am so grateful and excited."
Julie Curry, SLP
"I was afraid of phonological objectives before this. Such a great seminar!"
Charron Dean, SLP
"Wow! Teresa was very well organized and informative!"
Diane Shelton, SLP
"Very practical information presented in a dynamic way! I am leaving with treatment ideas and renewed hope for my students."
Karen Duda, SLP
"I thoroughly enjoyed the day. Extremely applicable and incredibly useful to my daily work."
Emily Faulkner, SLP
"Very Informative and practical. Information I can take with me and implement immediately."
Teresa Brookman, SLP
"Very useful! A very different way of addressing lack of intelligibility."
Anne Herald Phillips, SLP
"Excellent! Lots of really good ideas! I can't wait to try this in my speech groups! Thank you so much!"
Cynthia Mikesell, SLP