Course Credits: 0.1 ASHA CEUs (1 hour); Introductory Level
This course discusses the factors (population, group size, service delivery, etc.) that determine optimal data collection method and formats. In addition, challenges in data collection completeness and maintenance will be discussed. Participants will be provided strategies to increase efficiency, examples of a variety of data sheet options, and short tutorials. You will leave connected to data!
Danielle Olmoguez M.A., CCC-SLP, Danielle Olmoguez is a school-based speech-language pathologist and AAC specialist who works in the Bay Area, CA. She has worked in schools (preschool through transition age), home health, and skilled nursing facilities. Danielle has provided clinical supervision for CFs and interns. Throughout her professional career, Danielle has implemented the use of a variety of organization and data collection techniques to serve a range of populations (individual, group, general education, special education, support facilitation, pull out, collaboration, and consultation).
Financial Disclosure: Danielle is an employee of The Stepping Stones Group and receives a stipend for her presentation.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Danielle has no other non-financial information to disclose.
Following instruction, participants will be able to:
- Identify at least 2 factors that impact data collection format
- List at least 2 challenges to data collection
- List at least 2 strategies to create efficient data collection environments
- 5 minutes: Intro and Housekeeping
- 5 minutes: Requirements for billing/population driven service
- 5 minutes: Strategies for efficiency
- 20 minutes: Digital data collection options
- 20 minutes: Paper Data collection options
- 5 minutes: Question and Answers