Approaches And Technıques For Early Interventıon: Integratıon Of Lınguıstıc And Sensory Integratıon Treatment Actıvıtıes
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Approaches And Technıques For Early Interventıon: Integratıon Of Lınguıstıc And Sensory Integratıon Treatment Actıvıtıes

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Approaches and Techniques for Early Intervention: Integration of Linguistic and Sensory Integration Treatment Activities

Target groups:

Speech-language pathologists, parents and other caregivers, early interventionists, early childhood educators

Program Description

Children with speech and language disorders may have accompanying sensory deficits and be diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). The workshop begins with a description of the nature of SPD and its relationship to speech-language disorders. The primary focus of the workshop is to provide hands-on, practical therapy strategies and materials for early intervention with young children who have co-occurring SPD and speech-language disorders.

Learning Outcomes

Audience members will:

  1. Explain the nature of SPD and the various systems that are impacted by it (e.g., proprioceptive, vestibular, auditory).
  2. Describe the impact of SPD upon and comorbidity with diagnoses such as language impairment and autism spectrum disorder.
  3. List the causes of SPD as described in current research literature.
  4. Summarize how SPD is diagnosed.
  5. Explain the team approach that is necessary for serving children with SPD and speech-language disorders
  6. Identify specific research studies that support recommended intervention activities and materials.
  7. Evaluate practical intervention activities and materials that incorporate sensory activities into speech-language therapy.
  8. Explain how these materials and activities support children in all critical areas impacted by SPD (e.g., proprioceptive, vestibular, auditory).
  9. Summarize specific methods for involving family members in carryover activities in the home.




Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin received her Ph.D. from Northwestern University.  She is a Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at California State University, Sacramento.  Dr. Roseberry is also currently a part-time itinerant speech pathologist in San Juan Unified School District where she provides direct services to students from preschool through high school.  She has worked in educational and medical settings with a wide variety of clients ranging from preschoolers through geriatric patients.


Dr. Roseberry’s primary research interests are in the areas of assessment and treatment of culturally and linguistically diverse students with communication disorders as well as service delivery to students from low-income backgrounds.  She has over 70 publications, including 16 books, and has made over 370 presentations at the local, state, national, and international levels.  Dr. Roseberry is a Fellow of ASHA, and winner of ASHA’s Certificate of Recognition for Special Contributions in Multicultural Affairs. She received the national presidential Daily Point of Light Award for her volunteer work in building literacy skills of children in poverty. She lived in the Philippines as the daughter of Baptist missionaries from ages 6 to 17.



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