RECENT PRESENTATIONS

Bieger, B., & Strong, K. A., (2021, April)

Aphasia! This is Our World; Training Student Coaches to Virtually Support People with Aphasia with Storytelling, 2021 Aphasia Access Leadership Summit, Brag and Steal, Virtual.

Strong, K. A., (2021, March)

Transformation through Story Workshop, Mid-South Conference on Communication Disorders,

Invited Speaker, 3.5-hour workshop. Virtual.

Douglas, N. D. & Strong, K. A., (2021, March)

Make New Friends, But Keep the Old, Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference

Invited Speaker, 2-hour oral presentation. Virtual.

Hinckley, J., Bush, E. J., . & Strong, K. A., (2021, January)

Techniques for Interviewing People with Communication Disabilities or Differences,

The Qualitative Report Conference, Virtual. 50-minute workshop. Virtual.

Bieger, B., Cantrell, K., & Strong, K. (2020, November)

Functional Communication, storytelling, and identity: Incorporating LPAA Goals to take AAC to the Next Level, Lingraphica AAC and Beyond, Invited Speaker, 60-minute oral presentation. Virtual.

Click here to view the course. Available for 0.10 ASHA CEUs

Bieger, B., Dow-Richards, C., Strong, K., Bernstein-Ellis, E., & Milgram, L. (2020, November)

Virtual Now! Serving People with Aphasia and Their Families in a Changing World, Lingraphica and Beyond. Invited 90-minute panel. Virtual.

Click here to view the course. Available for 0.15 ASHA CEUs

Strong, K. A., (2020, November)

Honing Your Supervision Skills through Reflection, Relationship, Feedback and Reflection.

Invited Presenter for speechpathology.com Webinar.

Strong, K. A., (2020, October)

Revealing Ourselves through Story and Song. Aphasia Institute Knowledge Exchange Webinar.

Invited 60-minute oral presentation.

Bamdad, M. & Strong, K. A., (2020)

Ethical Dilemmas in SLP Clinical Education, Council of Academic Programs in Communication

Sciences and Disorders Webinar, Invited Speaker, 60-minute talk. Virtual.

Mezo, A., Strong, K. A.,

McGowan, K., & Randolph, J. (2020)

Falling through the cracks: Addressing aphasia and mood disorder collaboratively. Michigan Brain Injury Conference, Virtual.

Strong, K. A. (2020).

Supporting Clients and Families Living with Moderate to Severe Aphasia. Invited presenter for speechpathology.com Webinar.

Strong, K. A., & Douglas, N. F. (2020)

Keeping the Engine Running: Supporting

Communication in Individuals with Chronic Language and Cognitive Challenges. Michigan Speech-Language Hearing Association Summer Virtual Conference, 2-hour short course, Virtual Format.

Strong, K. A. (2020)

K. A. (2020). Bringing LPAA to the Classroom through Simulation: Teaching and Advocacy. Aphasia Access Virtual 24-hour Teach In. Virtual Format.

Strong, K. (2020).

Caught Up in the Story: A Researcher’s Reflections on Co-Constructing Personal Narratives about Life with Aphasia. The 11th Annual Qualitative Report Conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL.  https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqrc/eleventh/day2/16/

Strong, K., Peak, M., Randolph, J., McConnon, A., & Sather, T. (2019).

Co-constructing stories through songs about life with aphasia: Who I was, am, and will be. American

Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, 1-hour Seminar Session #1565, Orlando, FL.

McConnon, A., Strong, K., Douglas, N., Sather, T. (2019)

Life reflection through songwriting: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of songs

co-constructed by individuals with aphasia. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, 8661 Poster Board 433, Orlando, FL.

Randolph, J., Strong, K., Douglas, N., Richards, S. (2019).

Perspectives of mental health professionals addressing the psychosocial needs of persons

impacted by aphasia. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Convention, 8051 Poster Board 340, Orlando, FL.

Strong, K. (2019)

Building confidence and competence in clinical documentation: Teaching clinical writing in an

undergraduate writing-intensive course. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, 1-hour Seminar Session # 1806, Orlando, FL.

Strong, K. (2019).

Incorporating LPAA in Your Practice to Support Identity through Personal Narratives. Invited presenter for speechpathology.com Webinar Series: Five Fresh Perspectives on Applying LPAA Principles to Treatment for Neurogenic Communication Disorders.

Strong, K. (2019)

Co-constructing Narratives using the ‘My Story’ Protocol. Aphasia Access Leadership Summit, Poster Session, Baltimore, MD.