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This course bundle is designed to give 40+ hours of ASHA CEUs for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists to renew their professional license.Please click on each course to check the certificates tab for a listing of certificates that are available. Certificates will be added as approvals are received.(Please note this package was formerly called "All Access Subscription for SLPs" and the name has been changed.)A Comprehensive Look at Dysphagia ManagementA Comprehensive Look at Swallow AssessmentsADHD and Learning Disabilities: Non-Pharmacological TreatmentsApraxia Diagnosis and Intervention in AdultsAugmentative and Assistive CommunicationBrain Injury: An Interdisciplinary ApproachBrain Injury: Treatment Strategies for the SLPComorbidities: Mental Health ConditionsDetermining Appropriate Level of Placement Developing an Interdisciplinary, Individualized Plan of CareEthics for Speech Language Pathologists & AudiologistsEvaluation and Treatment of Stuttering in Preschool ChildrenFive Domains of LanguageFunctional Maintenance Programs in Long-Term CareFunctional Treatment Interventions for Adults with Neurogenic DisordersHepatitis: The ABCsHIV: BasicHIV: Beyond the BasicsHome Health Coverage and EligibilityImplementing Augmentative and Alternative Communication in AdultsIntroduction to Autism TreatmentJustifiable Aquatic Therapy - Novel Treatment Ideas for Neurological ConditionJustifiable Aquatic Therapy - Precautions & Contraindications for PT, OT & SpeechMedical Errors Prevention for Speech Language Pathologists and AudiologistsMultiple Sclerosis: Practice GuidelinesParkinson’s Disease: Treatment Strategies for the SLPPatient Engagement in Therapy Pediatric HabilitationPolypharmacy and Drug InteractionsRecognizing and Preventing Domestic ViolenceRehabilitation Therapy Considerations for People Living with HIV/AIDSTherapeutic Interventions for Parkinson’s DiseaseTherapy DocumentationTreatment of Laryngeal DisordersVestibular RehabilitationWhen a Patient Refuses Rehabilitation Therapy