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Learn the science that forms the foundation of evidence-based/informed practice. Short video clips of sessions accompany Guided Learner Multiple Choice Questions, which demonstrate theory/research incorporated into practice.

Theory in Motion

Instructors provide state-of-the-art information that forms the foundation of the evidence-based/-informed practice. Videos of various professionals in practice accompany Guided Learning Multiple Choice Questions to help the learner identify and master th

Observation Opportunities

Instructors provide state-of-the-art information that forms the foundation of the evidence-based/-informed practice. Videos of various professionals in practice accompany Guided Learning Multiple Choice Questions to help the learner identify and master th

Quick Course

Join individuals with communication disorders and their families around the world as they embark on journeys of communication change. Learners will see how current science, evidenced/informed practice, compassionate care and hope change lives.

Communication Change Documentaries

Sound Training Academy

Sound Training Academy

WESS Conferences.
Collaborative Learning.

Hear, network and celebrate cutting edge research and practice in communication disorders with recognized leaders, professional colleagues and families. Gain the opportunity to earn up to 6.5 hours of CEUs from ASHA and the AGBell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language.
Twice a year. In Toronto.

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WESS Conferences

Five Categories of Courses.
Five Ways to Learn.

Set sound practice into action by allowing SI’s course instructors to share state-of-the-art information and demonstrate innovative practice. Check out the growing number of online courses offered by SoundIntuition that provide opportunities to gain CEUs from ASHA & AGBell.
Anytime. Anywhere.

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SoundIntuitionBlog FEED

The 'poetry' of parent-professional partnership

I often wonder if the professionals that work with our children really know the impact they have on our l
July 28, 2016 Pamela Aasen

It all starts with play...

Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity. –
February 3, 2016 Rebecca Siomra

What comes first? Short-term objectives or the toy?

I’m a toy enthusiast. Luckily for me, as an auditory-verbal practitioner, toys are the tools of my
January 21, 2016 Karen MacIver-Lux

SoundIntuition sound practice Meet our bloggers

We are extremely happy to have a fantastic roster of people contributing to the SoundIntuition Blog. Each author brings a unique perspective based on
personal experiences in his/her field of expertise, be it in audiology, speech-language pathology,
education, parenting or life with a communication disorder.

Pamela Aasen

Mom's the WordPamela Aasen

PAMELA AASEN, a special education teacher for 25 years has two boys, 12 & 14, both of whom have bilateral cochlear implants. Pamela has relied on...

Marshal Chasin

Audio-LogicMarshal Chasin

DR. MARSHALL CHASIN, AuD, M.Sc., Reg. CASLPO, Aud(C) is an Audiologist and the Director of Auditory Research at the Musicians' Clinics of Canada in Toronto,...

Becky Clem

Speaking of WhichBecky Clem

BECKY CLEM, MA, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Listening-Spoken Language Specialist with AVT certification. Her clinical specialization is working with babies...

Glynnis Dubois

Speaking of WhichGlynnis Dubois

GLYNNIS DUBOIS, Ph.D. Student is a Registered Nurse and a Speech-Language Pathologist who has had the privilege to work with children with hearing loss and...

Stacey Lim

Audio-LogicStacey Lim

STACEY LIM, Au.D., Ph.D., CCC-A is an Assistant Professor of Audiology at Central Michigan University. At CMU, she is teaches graduate audiology courses. ...

Karen MacIver-Lux

I Hear ThatKaren MacIver-Lux

KAREN MACIVER-LUX, M.A., Aud(C), Reg. CASLPO, LSLS Cert. AVT® was diagnosed with a bilateral mild (125 Hz) steeply sloping to profound (1000Hz) sensori-neural hearing loss...

Margit Pukonen

Speaking of WhichMargit Pukonen

MARGIT PUKONEN is the Program Director at The Speech and Stuttering Institute in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Margit was among the first employees hired to develop and...

Melanie Ribich

Mom's the WordMelanie Ribich

MELANIE RIBICH, , M.S., B.S. is the mother of a nine year old daughter and six year old twin boys, one of whom has a...

Shannon Palmer

Speaking of WhichShannon Palmer

SHANNON PALMER, Au.D., Ph.D. is an assistant professor at Central Michigan University where she teaches courses related to adult and pediatric diagnostic audiology, and auditory...

Jonathan Samson

I'm All EarsJonathan Samson

JONATHAN SAMSON has a bilateral profound sensorineural hearing loss which was diagnosed in the early 1970s. He received auditory training from Louise Crawford at the Hospital...

Rebecca Siomra

Speaking of WhichRebecca Siomra

REBECCA SIOMRA, MSc., SLP(C), Reg. CASLPO is a Speech-Language Pathologist who is dedicated to working with infants, toddlers and preschoolers and their families. Her...

Erin Smith

Speaking of WhichErin Smith

ERIN SMITH, M.H.Sc., Reg CASLPO is a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) who provides a variety of speech and language services to preschool and school aged children...

Carrie Spangler

Speaking of WhichCarrie Spangler

CARRIE SPANGLER , Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA brings both a personal and professional perspective to the field of audiology. Carrie was born with a severe...

Paige Stringer

Do DifferentlyPaige Stringer

PAIGE STRINGER is the Founder and Executive Director of the Global Foundation For Children With Hearing Loss. Her background is in marketing and business development,...

Mikaeel Valli

I'm All EarsMikaeel Valli

MIKAEEL VALLI's, HBSc ability to listen and use spoken communication effectively diverts attention of the listener speculating if Mikaeel can hear and talk because he...