Open For Registration!
SLP Reconnect is a partnership between the ESD 113, WSLHA, and the University of Washington. We’re excited to create this opportunity for educational SLPs to learn together and help you improve your craft. We hope to see you at this event in February 2022.
SLP Reconnect is currently planning to be a hybrid conference with in-person* and virtual participation options. In-person attendees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
If circumstances change and you are unable to provide a substitute to participate in either in-person or virtually, refunds will be honored for cancellation requests received via email by February 11, 2022. A $75 administrative processing fee will be assessed for all cancellations received prior to February 11, 2022. In lieu of cancellation, substitutions will be accepted through Tuesday, February 22, 2022. No refunds will be offered after February 11, 2022. We realize that you may find the need to update your registration from in-person to virtual. We will refund the difference prior to February 11.
If we are unable to host event in-person due to Covid-19 protocols, all in-person registrations will become virtual with refunds given for the difference.
Please contact ESD 113 to make modifications to your registration.
To build a strong community among educational SLPs as we work to improve student outcomes and culturally responsive service delivery.
• Learn to utilize culturally responsive and evidence-based practices to improve SLP services
• Improve the professional practices of educational SLPs
• Provide networking opportunities to build connections among educational SLPs
• Learn how to be involved and learn advocacy strategies related to SLP practices in Washington State
Shontaye Glover Jones of Having Our Say LLC
Shontaye Glover Jones is a pediatric speech language pathologist and Founder of Having Our Say, LLC. In addition to her clinical work, Shontaye has presented to over 20,000 professionals nationwide. She received her Master's of Science degree in communication disorders from William Paterson University and completed her undergraduate study at Morgan State University.
Shontaye is committed to promoting language development through literacy and passionate about increasing diversity in children’s literature. In 2020, she made her literary debut with the release of her first children’s picture book. Written under the pen name of “Taye Jones,” Liam’s First Cut is a story that centers family and community, while also celebrating neurodiversity as Liam, an autistic Black boy, prepares for his first visit to the barbershop.
5188 Capitol Blvd SE Tumwater, WA 98501
1600 74th Ave SW Tumwater, WA 98501
Hilton Garden Inn Olympia
2101 Henderson Park Ln SE Olympia, WA 98501
Clock hours and ASHA CEUs
Clock hours provided by pdEnroller/ESD 113
• Washington State Approved Clock hours will be available through pdEnroller for an additional fee for the live/virtual sessions. Participants could receive up to six hours per day for a total of 12 clock hours. Please allow 10 days for recording of attendance. An automated email generated from pdEnroller will notify you of next steps after attendance has been recorded.
Questions – Contact [email protected]
ASHA CEUs will be offered by WSLHA
WSLHA charges a processing fee of $15.00 for ASHA CEUs, $10.00 for WSLHA members. Register using this form.
Credits must be purchased prior to the program. Any requests for credits after the date of each workshop will be denied.
Questions – Contact Megan Schoenfelder, [email protected], 253.525.5162
We are committed to making all reasonable arrangements that will allow attendees to participate in SLP Reconnect Conference. If you require specific aids or services, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, contact ESD 113 at least two weeks in advance of the conference so that we may assist you in making arrangements that will allow you to fully participate in the conference.