Speech and Language ImageThis module will provide information for speech and language graduate trainees, allied health professionals, and parents/caregivers of children with speech, language and/or communication concerns. We strive to provide a useful speech and language development and disorders resource.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the core principles of practice for speech-language pathology.
  • Describe the unique role that the speech-language pathologist (SLP) contributes to an interdisciplinary assessment.
  • Identify the types of assessment tools and strategies used by SLPs.
    Describe how intervention decisions are made.
  • List two intervention strategies that are typically employed by SLPs.
  • Describe how his or her own discipline might effectively communicate and collaborate with occupational therapy, physical therapy, social work, nutrition, psychology, audiology, and pediatrics at the CHDD

The Speech and Language Module (PDF) allows you to save the content to your computer to review over time without an internet connection if so desired. It is recommended you save the module to your desktop or USB drive and open the file from there. You should then have an easier time navigating external resource links to web-based materials and other organization’s websites.

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