Lecture 4 - Assessment - Assessment Treatment Chapter 4...

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Assessment & Treatment Chapter 4
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Overview What is a disorder? Dialects Assessment Definition Purposes Procedures Intervention Objectives Goals Baseline Tx Approaches Service delivery models Family involvement Measuring effectiveness
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What constitutes a disorder? Talk to a classmate or 2 about this What makes a disorder a disorder? What’s the difference between a “difference” and a “disorder?” Persistent, effects everyday life
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Disorders Communication disorders can affect any aspect of Speech Language Expressive Receptive Reading Writing Hearing ASHA defines a communication disorder as “an impairment in the ability to Receive, send, process and comprehend concepts or verbal, nonverbal, and graphic symbol systems
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What Constitutes a Disorder? Your book considers the following questions: Does the speaker feel embarassed or uncomfortable? Do listeners react negatively? Is the intent of the speaker communicated?
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Notes about terminology Language is powerful It reflects our subtle beliefs about others It imposes social hierarchies on others Put the person first A person who stutters, a child with autism NOT a stutterer, an autistic child
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Dialects Regional or cultural variations in a language These differences are not disorders
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Dialectal Differences Can affect any/all components of language phonology, semantics, syntax, morphology, or pragmatics Examples:
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