The webinar is sponsored by PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live online speech and occupational therapy for K-12 school districts. Our web-based approach to live online speech therapy is highly effective and affordable. We are delivering 120,000 sessions this year that are individualized, curriculum-relevant and evidence-based using our nationwide network of SLPs and OTs.


During this webinar, participants will:

  • Understand the challenges of delivering SLP services using a workload approach.
  • Demonstrate leadership strategies based on real-world examples of flexible scheduling.
  • Identify legal and compliance challenges related to quality of service.


    Speaker Bios:

    • Judy Rudebusch, EdD, CCC-SLP, is Asst. Superintendent for Special Services, Irving Independent School District, TX.  She teaches the Public School Methods for graduate students in speech-language pathology at the Callier Center - University of Texas at Dallas, serves on multiple ASHA committees, and is a contributor to the RTI Action Network. Judy is a frequent presenter at special education conferences.

    • Dr. Barbara J. Moore, EDD, CCC-SLP, is an educational consultant with over 30 years of service in schools as a teacher, program specialist and program director. Dr. Moore is the ASHA Vice President of Planning, and former president of the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA) and the Council for State Association Presidents (CSAP). A board-recognized specialist in child language, she lectures widely on issues related to special education, response-to-intervention and school-based speech-language services. Along with Dr. Judy Montgomery, Dr. Moore has co-authored Making A Difference for America’s Children: Speech-Language Pathologists in Public Schools (2nd Edition) and START-IN: A Response to Intervention Program.

    Title: Leadership Challenge: Managing Workloads in a Caseload-Driven World--Breaking the Barriers to Effective SLP Services

    Date: Thursday, March 28th

    Time: 1pm ET (10 am PT)


    While there is high awareness about the workload approach, districts struggle to successfully implement it for SLP and other related services.
    • What are the keys to success?
    • How do we overcome barriers that prevent broad-scale adoption of the workload approach?
    Join the conversation with two leading SPED directors who have been pioneers with the workload approach. They will provide their perspective and advice for the role of district leaders in change management and in shifting toward a quality of service approach.

    Cost: No Charge

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