Clinical Procedure for Speech-Language Pathology -RHS 378-

Course Objective:

  • By the end of this semester student will be able to handle a clinical setting session; screening, diagnostic and therapy. This will include, language, speech and swallowing.
  • Student will be able to take a full case history, make a clinically based decision, construct a therapy plan, and write a full detailed diagnostic and SOAP note report.
  • Problem solving, self-explanation and delivering point of view will be some of the skills student will master.

 
References:

  • Paul, R. (2014). Introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders.
  • Goldfarb, R., & Serpanos, Y. C. (2009). Professional writing in speech-language pathology and audiology. Plural Pub..
  • Shipley, K., & McAfee, J. (2015). Assessment in speech-language pathology: A resource manual. Cengage learning.
  • Roth, F., & Worthington, C. (2015). Treatment resource manual for speech language pathology. Cengage Learning.
  • Brookshire, R. H., & McNeil, M. R. (2014). Introduction to neurogenic communication disorders. Elsevier Health Sciences.
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