Course Information

LIVE WEBINAR OCTOBER 16TH 4-6PM. CAN'T MAKE THE LIVE WEBINAR. NO WORRIES! REGISTER FOR THE RECORDED WEBINAR OFFERED OCTOBER 17-31ST. LAST DAY TO REGISTER IS OCTOBER 31ST. POST-TEST MUST BE COMPETED BY OCTOBER 31ST.

Course Description

Please note the live course takes place during Eastern Time.

This course will be taught by Dr. Raele Donetha Robison, PhD, CCC-SLP. Course details coming soon!


Learning Objectives

  • Coming soon!


Agenda

  • Coming soon!


Joining the Webinar

You will find information on how to join and complete this live webinar and webinar recording  in the course portal located on our Thinkific dashboard once you complete the course registration. One the day of the webinar please log in approximately 10 minutes before the start time to ensure you do not have any technical challenges.

Webinar Notice

Successful participation in this course includes completion of the post-test with a score of 80% or higher, then participants will automatically receive a course completion certificate.  

This course is offered for 1.0 Professional Development Hours. We can report your participation to ASHA if you choose for 0.1 ASHA CEUs, just be sure to include your ASHA number when you register. If you do not want your participation reported to ASHA, you have the option to decline on the course registration page. 

If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call 877-390-1887.

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Live Webinar October 16, 2024 4-6pm EST, Recording will be available until October 31, 2024

Instructor(s)

  • Raele Donetha  Robison

    PhD, CCC-SLP

    Raele Donetha Robison

    Dr. Raele Donetha Robison is a Speech-Language Pathologist and current postdoctoral fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) in Dr. Nicole Rogus-Pulia’s Swallowing and Salivary Bioscience Laboratory. Dr. Robison is currently supported by a NIH specialized D-SPAN pre- to postdoctoral K00 fellowship grant. Under this NIA-supported K00 grant mechanism, Dr. Robison is sponsored by Drs. Nicole Rogus-Pulia and Nadine Connor. The overarching aim of this work is geared towards understanding how interrelated physiologic capacities throughout the body contribute to the development of dysphagia in frail older adults. Dr. Robison is also passionate about understanding how health disparities preclude equity surrounding the eating experience. She is an affiliate member of the UW-Madison Center for Health Disparities Research and hopes to identify barriers and expand access to swallowing care among socioeconomically disadvantaged groups. Instructor Disclosures: Dr. Raele Donetha Robison receives funding from the National Institue on Aging (K00AG076123, 5P01AG027296-14 (subaward)) and is employed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Robison has no non-financial relationships to disclose.