Cleft CEN Autumn Study Day 2017

Birmingham Women’s & Children’s Hospital Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham
Key areas covered included Sticklers Syndrome, Feeding in Beckwith Wiedemann Syndrome, Update on the NOSI (Nasal Obturator for Speech) and a pactical phonetic transcription workshop!

Cleft CEN Autumn Study Day 2018

Birmingham Women’s & Children’s Hospital Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham
This year’s study day explored the essentials of motivational interviewing for Speech and Language Therapy.

Cleft CEN Craniofacial Society Annual Conference Study Day 2019

Amba Hotel Marble Arch Bryanston St, Marylebone, London
Conference delegates enjoyed a varied programme which covered early auditory and speech development with Cleft palate and glue ear, instrumental assessments of resonance and osteotomy. Members can download handouts from this study day from the Members’ Resource Library area of the website.

Cleft CEN Autumn Study Day 2019

Birmingham Women’s & Children’s Hospital Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham
The Cleft CEN was delighted to welcome speakers who presented on the therapeutic approaches of multisensory input video therapy and electropalatography therapy.

CAPS-A Training March 2021

Training in the CAPSA assessment tool for use in inter-centre audit studies to record and report cleft speech outcomes.

Craniofacial Conference 2021

To take place virtually. Cost and details TBC. Enabling the Best Cleft and Craniofacial Care

CAPS-A Virtual Refresher Training

This course is suitable for SLTs who have completed the original CAPS-A training course and would like an update on current recommended practice and developments in current thinking regarding the CAPS-A tool and its uses.

2021 Autumn Virtual Study Day Non-Member Ticket

Our theme for the 2021 Autumn Study Day is “Moving Forward”. We are excited to be able to showcase some fantastic work and research which has progressed and thrived amid a pandemic. Download the full agenda using the link below.

2022 Spring Virtual Study Day Non Member Ticket

Join us for our 3rd virtual study day and first of 2022. We will be hearing about Craniofacial conditions, research into speech assessment over telehealth, the challenges of generalisation and more.