Houston Association for Communication Disorders
Houston Association for Communication Disorders
Houston Association for Communication Disorders
Houston Association forCommunication Disorders

Spring 2016 FREE Member Event 




Saturday, April 2nd, 2016



7:30 am to 12:15 pm


Houston Methodist West Hospital

Third floor - Mahogany Room

18500 Katy Fwy

Houston, TX 77094



- Crossing the Divide: Cultural Competence and Ethical Considerations with Patients from the Middle East 

*2 hours*


Nadeen Moghrabi, MS, CCC-SLP


- Multicultural Issues in Pediatrics: Medical and Educational Management

*2 CEUs*


Yolanda Carrasco, MS, CCC-SLP

Martha Rivera, MS, CCC-SLP



Registration 7:30-08:00

Crossing the Divide 08:00-10:00 *Ethics credit*

Break/Registration 10:00-10:15

Multicultural Issues 10:15-12:15


*Please view the attachments below for additional details* 


HACD Member Event 04-02-16 - Part I
HACD Spring Member Event 04-02-16 - part[...]
Microsoft Word document [23.5 KB]
HACD Member Event 04-02-16 - Part II
HACD Member Event 04-02-16 -part II.docx
Microsoft Word document [13.1 KB]



October 2015

The Speech and Language Connection

Clinck on Job Postings for information

Results of membership needs survey conducted spring 2015


*Reason for becoming a HACD member:

CEUs               80%

Networking      70%


*Venue options preferred:    

Bayland Community Center    69%   

Houston Methodist – West     58%  

Houston Methodist- TMC        46%


*How members would like to receive handouts:  

Via email                                               55%

Digital download via HACD website  35%

Printed copies at event for $5            10%


*The top two areas where members work/live:

Central        40%

Southwest/Sugar Land/Missouri City 18%


*CEU event preferences:

Saturday 9-1                41%

Saturday full day         29%

Weekday evenings     23%

(Monday most requested day)


*59% of members were not interested in Dutch treat networking events

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