The Japan Society of Logopedics and Phoniatrics
THE 2023 ASIA PACIFIC SOCIETY OF SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND HEARING (APSSLH) CONFERENCE
Date: DECEMBER 14-16, 2023
Location: HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Submissions of abstracts (500 words) for 30-minute oral presentations and 1-hour poster presentations are now being accepted at: https://apsslhconference.net/papers/
Abstract Submission Deadline: Tuesday, May 30th, 2023, 11:59 P.M., Vietnam
Early-bird registration fee: 25 USD (APSSLH members), 35 USD (Standard non-members), 20 USD (Least developed countries and students)
Early-bird Registration Deadline: Sunday, July 30th, 2023, 11:59 P.M., Vietnam
VIa our WDL ( Winter days of Laryngology) , we have been peut in contact with http://Dysphonia.org. http://Dysphonia.org is an organization for care of patients presenting a spasmodic dysphonia or other neurogenic diseases affection the voice . They also contribute to exchanges between voice experts as well as clinical and basic researchs on these problems. They can also provide scholarships funding , cover travel expenses for scientific presentations, funding for basic and clinical research etc.. I guess that yourselves or some members of your scientific societies could be interested in contacting them.
The link to their web-site is http://dysphonia.org
The link to obtain the form to join their voice expert referral list is https://dysphonia.org/join-the-voice-expert-healthcare-referral-list/
May we remind you that 3rd December 2022 is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. IALP is supporting this day which is promoted by WHO.
The theme this year is "Transformative solutions for inclusive development: the role of innovation in fuelling an accessible and equitable world".
The annual observance of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) on 3 December was proclaimed in 1992 by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 47/3. The observance of the Day aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities.
The 2022 global observance to commemorate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities will be around the overarching theme of innovation and transformative solutions for inclusive development, covering in three different interactive dialogues the following thematic topics:
• Innovation for disability inclusive development in employment (SDG8): this dialogue will discuss the linkages between employment, knowledge and skills required to access employment in an innovative, rapidly changing technological landscape to all and how assistive technologies can increase accessibility to employment and be mainstreamed in the workplace.
• Innovation for disability inclusive development in reducing inequality (SDG10): this dialogue will discuss innovations, practical tools and good practices to reduce inequalities in both public and private sectors, which are disability inclusive and interested in promoting diversity in the workplace.
• Innovation for disability inclusive development: sport as an exemplar case: a sector where all of these aspects coalesce; sport as a good practice example and a site of innovation, employment and equity.
WEBINAR - IALP-UEP-EAP - 14th September 2022
In the announced webinar (please read attached flyer for further information), we would like to re-acquaint you with the term phoniatrics, as it may not be familiar to some outside Central Europe. Today, phoniatrics has gained visibility because its fields of activity touch the work of non-medical professionals such as speech-therapists, logopedes, musicians, as well as physicians in intensive care, neurology, paediatrics audiology and ENT.
The lectures explain the status of phoniatrics in many countries, especially in Europe, the cradle of which was in 1905 at the Charité in Berlin. Since then, the idea of a medical speciality dealing with communication has spread beyond the borders of Europe to the Arab and Latin Worlds.
We invite you to participate in an overview of Phoniatrics during the webinar titled “Phoniatrics: to communicate or not”.
the IALP 2022 Audiology Conference will be hosted by AIISH, Mysuru, in virtual mode between 25.08.2022 to 27.08.2022. A flyer of the program is enclosed herewith. You are invited to register for the program along with the staff members and M.ASLP/ MSc-Audiology/MSc-SLP students/communication science/disorders. The objective of the conference is to understand the global perspectives on hearing disability certification and to shortlist practice protocols and recommendations on inclusion of conditions such as CAPD, Tinnitus, Giddiness and ANSD in measuring hearing disability percentage. For further details, please visit our web portal dedicated for above conference: www.ialp2022mysuru.com
Abstracts for the Academy of Aphasia 2022 conference are due on Friday May 20 and can be submitted online at tinyurl.com/aoa2022abstracts.
Please see below and attached for the Call for Papers.
This hybrid conference will be held in Philadelphia, PA, USA and online, October 23-25, 2022.
Academy of Aphasia in Philadelphia 2022.pdf
AoA CallforPapers 2022 Reminder with Submission Link.pdf
Information on the in-person conference and reception venue is also attached and available at http://www2.academyofaphasia.org/2022-meeting-announcement/. We will be offering ASHA CEUs (pending approval) and onsite childcare at no additional charge!
Registration is now open for the 3rd Webinar of the Webinar Series 2022 organised by the IALP Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Committee – Thursday 5th May 13.00-14.30 CEST.
Webinar title: Intervention: Cleft Palate Speech / Velopharyngeal Dysfunction
Please follow the link below