This course provides direct clinical experience in which the graduate clinician practices under the supervision of CCC-SLP/A clinicians with individuals exhibiting a diverse range of mild communication disorders. Assignments of clients will be dependent upon student's prior academic, and clinical experiences, and verified by the clinic director. This experience is accumulated in a variety of on- and off-site clinical settings. The acquisition and management of information on etiology, characteristics, assessment, prevention, and intervention is emphasized for approximately 1-3 clients with mild speech/language disorders seen in individual sessions twice weekly.
Lecture Hours: 3.00 Lab Hours: 0Total Hours: 3.00
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|Clinic Prac & Meth in SLP I||Jenny Gordon||Carrollton||01||No syllabus available|
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|Clinic Prac & Meth in SLP I||Jennifer Baker||Carrollton||01||No syllabus available|