About the Workshop:
This 3 day intensive workshop focuses on teaching the technique of PROMPT. It involves hands-on training on tactile-kinesthetic input and emphasizes the need to integrate this into a holistic therapy approach.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
• Describe the philosophy of PROMPT and its application principles
• Apply different levels of PROMPTing (Parameter, Syllable, Complex, Surface) as appropriate to the selected cases.
• Analyze speech motor subsystems using the Systems Analysis
Observation and Motor Speech Hierarchy.
• Design interactive therapy activities that utilize all of the above.
PASP Members - 750 USD
Non-PASP Members, International SLPs - 775 USD
PASP Members - 775 USD
Non-PASP Members, International SLPs - 800 USD
Important Notes for Registration:
*This certification course is open to SLPs only.
**Early bird rates are only until January 4, 2018. Regular rates apply thereafter.
***After online registration, payments should be made either online (PayPal) or through a bank deposit. Fees are inclusive of all meals and workshop materials.
Acct Name: Philippine Association of Speech Pathologists, Inc.
Acct No.: 00274-0298-03 (
Bank Name: Bank of the Philippine Islands
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About the Speaker
Maria Jerilee Casas, CSP-PASP
Jerilee received her degree in Speech Pathology from the University of the Philippines-Manila. She graduated in 2003 and has worked as a speech pathologist in the academe, hospital, and private clinics in Manila. Since then Jerilee has worked with both children and adults with varied speech and communication disorders.
Over the years, Jerilee has worked with a lot of young children with motor speech disorders. The abundance of these cases is what urged her to undergo further training in 2007 in the PROMPT approach. Since then, she has been using PROMPT with a wide range of clients.
Together with her colleagues, she set up her own private practice at THINKids in Quezon City, Metro Manila, where she sees the children with a range of needs including those diagnosed with ASD, specific language impairments, Down Syndrome and motor speech disorders.