SPEC 7551X Professional Practice of Speech-Language Pathology in Educational Settings
45 hours (plus conference or independent work); 3 credits
Roles and responsibilities of the speech-language pathologist; collaborative approaches; legislation related to service provision; service delivery models; developing and implementing Individualized Educational Program (IEP) goals; differentiation between disorders and differences in speech, language and communication; evidence-based approaches; augmentative and alternative communication systems; culturally and linguistically appropriate practice.
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