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Ken Bleile, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Ken Bleile Instructor Bio:
Ken Bleile is a university professor at the University of Northern Iowa. He received his advanced degrees from the University of Oregon and the University of Iowa before completing a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Bleile is the recipient of the State of Iowa’s Regent’s Scholar Award and UNI’s Fine Arts Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence.

Dr. Bleile is an ASHA Fellow and served twice as Associate Editor of the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. He is the former Chair of ASHA’s International Issues Board, and is a recipient of the association’s Multicultural Board’s Diversity Champion Award. Dr. Bleile publishes widely on speech development, international issues, and communication disorders in children with medical needs and developmental disabilities.

Ken Bleile's Continuing Education Courses

Early Intervention with a Speech Emphasis Part 1: Infants

Early Intervention with a Speech Emphasis Part 1: Infants

Providing speech treatment early in life offers a proactive and cost efficient means to establish good foundations for future speech development. This course describes how speech can be treated within a wide variety of language-based early… Read Morearrow_right

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Early Intervention with a Speech Emphasis Part 2: Primarily Toddlers

Early Intervention with a Speech Emphasis Part 2:  Primarily Toddlers

Providing speech treatment early in life offers a proactive and cost efficient means to establish good foundations for future speech development. This course describes how speech can be treated within a wide variety of language-based early… Read Morearrow_right

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Speech Sound Development: A Late Eight Update

Speech Sound Development: A Late Eight Update

The Late Eight are the consonants acquired last by children learning English as a first language, and are the consonants most likely to challenge children and adults learning English as a non-native language. Over 90% of school clinicians… Read Morearrow_right

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How Neurological and Social Foundations of Speech Development Contribute to Intervention Success

How Neurological and Social Foundations of Speech Development Contribute to Intervention Success

The last thirty years has seen a revolution in our understanding of the human brain. More recently, research has explored how the social brain supports and energizes brain development. This presentation explores how neurological and social… Read Morearrow_right

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