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Sarah L. Schneider

MS, CCC-SLP

Sarah L. Schneider, MS, CCC-SLP, Assistant Clinical Professor and Speech-Language Pathology Director in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at the University of California San Francisco. She is part of the interdisciplinary voice care team at the UCSF Voice and Swallowing Center, specializing in evaluation and treatment of all aspects of voice, with expertise in the professional speaking and singing voice. Sarah is an active contributor to voice texts and speaks locally, nationally, and internationally on vocal health and rehabilitation. She studied voice and has performed in multiple settings, including musical theater, choral, and as a soloist.

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Part 2: Treatment of the Singing Voice and The Role of the SLP

Presented by Sarah L. Schneider, MS, CCC-SLP

Part 2: Treatment of the Singing Voice and The Role of the SLP

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A speech-language pathologist requires specific skill and training to appropriately treat those with voice disorders. This is generally beyond what is learned in the typical training of speech-language pathologists (SLP). Treating the injured singing voice takes this concept a step further requiring not only knowledge of the anatomy, physiology and science of voice production and vocal pathology but also knowledge and skill in the area of vocal pedagogy and performance. This course will cover considerations for scope of practice and training of the SLP in addition to an overview of treatment in this population with emphasis on therapeutic goals steeped in the physiology and science of voice production.

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Part 1: Evaluation of the Singing Voice and The Role of the SLP

Presented by Sarah L. Schneider, MS, CCC-SLP

Part 1: Evaluation of the Singing Voice and The Role of the SLP

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Evaluation of Voice Disorders is a specialized area within the field of Speech-Language Pathology and requires specific skill and training, often beyond what is obtained during typical training of Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP). Evaluating the injured singing voice takes this concept a step further, requiring not only knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and science of voice production and vocal pathology but also knowledge and skill in the area of vocal pedagogy and performance. This course will cover considerations for scope of practice and training of the SLP in addition to an overview of special considerations in the evaluation of this population.

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Auditory - Perceptual Voice Evaluation

Presented by Sarah L. Schneider, MS, CCC-SLP

Auditory - Perceptual Voice Evaluation

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Video Runtime: 52 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 30 Minutes

How and when is an auditory-perceptual voice evaluation completed? Auditory-perceptual voice evaluation is used to assess vocal quality and ease of production through listening. It is imperative to have a standardized method for auditory-perceptual voice ratings for use during a comprehensive voice evaluation and to measure progress throughout the therapeutic process. This course will present methods for completion of auditory-perceptual voice evaluation and guidelines for use. The methods and guidelines will be presented through didactic lecture, demonstrations, and interactive auditory-perceptual ratings. At the end of the course the learner will understand the value and have the ability to complete auditory-perceptual voice evaluation as part of a comprehensive voice evaluation and to monitor progress in therapy.

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Resonant Voice Therapy: Tips and Tricks

Presented by Sarah L. Schneider, MS, CCC-SLP

Resonant Voice Therapy: Tips and Tricks

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How can the speech language pathologist expand their choices ('bag of tricks') for achieving balanced oral-nasal resonance and ultimately more efficient voice production? Each patient enters voice therapy with different voice use patterns and responds to voice therapy techniques in different ways. It is important to have a wide array of therapy tools to identify what works best for the patient and yields the desired voice result. This course will review the anatomy and physiology of voice production and source-filter theory to guide the SLP in expanding therapeutic choices for achieving balanced oral-nasal resonance. At the conclusion of this course the speech language pathologist will understand various methods for achieving balanced oral-nasal resonance during voice production and the physiologic principles that guide this process.

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