Live Oral Presentations

ESLA Programme Thursday, 26th of May 2022

3:00 PM 5:00 PM Registration opens at Heffterhof
3:00 PM 5:30 PM SLPhD-Workshop 1 * SLPhD-Workshop 2 *
Life as an SLP researcher (Theresa Bloder, Tanja Rinker) How to disseminate, communicate and sell my research effectively (Juhayna Taha)
6:00 PM Welcome Reception in the Heffterhof, sponsored by logopädieaustria

Special offer to our PhD-Students:

From 3:00 pm until 5:30 pm a SLPhD-Workshop takes place. Because it is not included in the congress fees, there is an additional cost of 20 EUR.

Please find further information in the pdf-file.

ESLA Programme Friday, 27th of May 2022

7:30 AM   Registration
8:30 AM 09:00 AM Opening Ceremony
9:00 AM 10:00 AM 1st Keynote Speech - Prof Wilhelm Frank: "A European perspective on Practice, Research, Education and Management in speech and language therapy. Challenges for today and tomorrow"
10:00 AM 10:30 AM Coffee Break
10:30 AM 12:00 AM Adult Language Disorders Developmental Language Disorder Industrial Sponsor Workshop *
Executive Functions in Primary Progressive Aphasia: A Meta-Analysis (Silke Coemans) Rearing a child with DLD: Parents' experiences with SLT services in 10 countries (Krisztina Zajdó, Thora Ulfsdóttir) Hearing Rehabilitation and Music
Behavioral intervention together with rTMS appear to improve sentence comprehension in early Alzheimer’s disease (Christina Manouilidou) Language Sample Analysis in Clinical Practice: Speech and Language Therapists’ Barriers, Facilitators, and Needs (Rob Zwitserlood, Inge Klatte)
Development of a Platform for Teletherapy for People with Aphasia: A User-Centred Design Process (Bianca Spelter) Multilingual approaches in Speech and Language Therapy. Are we there yet? (Theresa Bloder, Maren Eikerling)
Impaired attentional control in individuals with severe and mild nonfluent aphasia - independent from the effects of their stroke (Izabella Szöllősi) Public awareness of service delivery options for Developmental Language Disorder: a survey of the public in 18 European countries (Elin Thordardottir)
12:00 PM 1:00 PM Lunch and poster presentations
1:00 PM 2:00 PM 2nd Keynote Speech - Prof Pamela Enderby: “Advances in Adult Speech and Language Therapy. Improving Communication - Building for a Better Future”
2:10 PM 3:40 PM Group interventions to improve cognitive-communication performance in healthy aging and for survivors of acquired brain injury Language development and bilingualism Industrial Sponsor Workshop *
    Preliminary results from the ‘‘Healthy Mind’’ intervention program (Andreas Chadjikyprianou, Fofi  Constantinidou) Evaluation of bilingual children in narrative and in morphosyntax: the strength of dynamic assessment (Olivia Hadjadj) BE LOUD – with LSVT Coach!
    Language performance in English and German of bilingual German-English children aged 7-10 years old (Sheila Keeshan)
SocCom: An Online Interactive Social-Communication Training for Chronic Moderate-to-Severe TBI (Eva Pettemeridou, Ioulia Solomou, Fofi Constantinidou) Associations between phonological memory, vocabulary, and grammar in bilingual children (Margaret Kehoe)
Longitudinal follow-up of new immigrant children in Montreal: French learning and lived experiences (Elin Thordardottir)
3:40 PM 4:10 PM Coffee Break
4:10 PM 5:30 PM Student education Speech sound disorders in children Industrial Sponsor Talk *
Going digital: teaching and learning scenarios in a BSc Speech and Language Therapy programme in wake of the pandemic (Julia Adam, Christin Scheidler, Juliane Leinweber) Non-nutritive sucking behaviours and speech sound development at ages 2 and 5 years (Samantha Burr) Auditory training with Cochlears wireless devices and Apps (Carmen Takats, Hrouda Jraiti)
Con-tAct: introducing communication partner training to Speech Language Therapy students (Alissa Nikkels) Phonological processes in the speech of three- and four-year-old Icelandic-speaking children with a speech sound disorder (Thora Másdóttir)
Current situation of SLT profession in Europe: 2021 ESLA questionnaire results (Seyhun Topbas) Speech motor control in Childhood Apraxia of Speech: The role of auditory and somatosensory feedback (Katharina Polsterer)
5:30 PM End of first day
7:00 PM Chamber Concert in the Residence of Salzburg
8:00 PM Gala Dinner at the Stieglkeller supported by MedEl

ESLA Programme Saturday, 28th of May 2022

8:00 AM   Registration
8:30 AM 9:30 AM 3rd Keynote Speech - Professor Sharynne McLeod: “Children’s speech: The future is now”
9:40 AM 11:10 AM Dysphagia and dysfluency in adults Working with parents
Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on the lives of people  who stammer (Jen Chesters) Developing approaches to successfully involve parent/caregivers in research: experiences of the ‘Collaboration for Communication’ network (Cristina McKean)
A case of Oculo-Pharyngeal Muscular Dystrophy: dysphagia with atypical features (Alice Di Battista) Speech and language therapists’ barriers and facilitators in their collaboration with parents (Inge Klatte)
The importance of proper clinical assessment of post-stroke dysphagia and its treatment (Miriam Martorana) Applying the Behaviour Change Technique Taxonomy to Parent-Led Language Interventions (Sarah Barnett, Carolyn Letts)
Health and illness perception in Italian people with chronic dysphagia treated for head and neck cancer: a pilot observational study (Aurora Ninfa) ‘Making the most of together-time’: Development of a Health Visitor led intervention to support children’s early language and communication development (Cristina McKean)
11:10 AM 11:40 AM Coffee Break
11:40 AM 1:10 PM Developing SLT research capacity and service delivery Stuttering and complex communication in children Workshop: Highlights of the ISTP-Voicetherapy *
The future of allied health research capacity building for excellence in clinical practice (Sophie Chalmers) The importance and necessity of detecting stuttering early by different professionals: the construction and validation of a Detection Instrument Stuttering DIS2 (Ronny Boey) Highlights of the ISTP-Voicetherapy (Evemarie Haupt, Sara Forer-Kaufmann) - Please, REGISTER for this workshop via the Congress App!
HouseHub NGO: Working together for a better tomorrow (Ellianna Mantaka-Brinkmann) A prospective 14-year follow-up study of the persistence and recovery of stuttering (Jóhanna Einarsdóttir, Brynja Hermannsdóttir, Kathryn Crowe)
Improving care for communication in Surinam by strengthening the position of SLT (Karin Neijenhuis) Utilizing multimodal strategies in co-constructing meaning in conversations using AAC (Kirsi Neuvonen)
Telepractice: The perspectives of SLPs and their clients (Claudine Zerafa, Daniela Vassallo) Project tele-rehab Kids Chance: Scientific analysis of tele-rehab of children with cerebral or physical disabilities (Tonja Ofner, Pauline Dieckmann, Kerstin Fertala, Kristina Hofer) Link to Congress App
1:10 PM 2:10 PM Lunch and Poster presentations
2:10 PM 3:10 PM 4th Keynote Speech - Dr Emilia Michou: “Current and future clinical applications of neuroplasticity and neurorehabilitation in Dysphagia”
3:10 PM 3:40 PM Coffee Break
3:40 PM 5:10 PM Social communication in adults Child language and service delivery
Communication skills among incarcerated adults (Sunniva Sørhus Eidsvåg) The Perceptions of Paediatric Speech and Language Therapists on Telehealth: A UK National Survey (Jenna Charlton, Melanie Dornstauder)
Prosodic encoding of focus by Greek speakers with Autism (Dafni Bagioka) The Early Language Identification Measure (ELIM): a new measure for use in the 24-30 month review in England’s Healthy Child programme (Jenna Charlton)
Biographic Conversations about life with the elderly – effects on communication and quality of life (Katharina Giordano) Markers of expressive grammar impairment in Italian children with childhood Apraxia of Speech: A longitudinal study of morphological errors (Irina Podda)
Translation and standardization of the Communication Checklist Adult for a French autistic population (Magali Lavielle-Guida) Early lexical processing, lexical and social-communication skills in very preterm children - preliminary findings (Eva Ståhlberg-Forsén)
5:15 PM 5:45 PM 5th Keynote Speech: Dr Lemmietta McNeilly: “The Future of Speech-Language Pathology Education and Practice in the Changing Environmental Context”
5:45 PM 6:00 PM Closing Ceremony

* Please note that the workshops will not be streamed. Participation is therefore only possible on-site.