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Education Scope of Practice Evidenced Based Practice (EBP) Organizations CHAPTERS 3 & 15 Speech science- study of speech, its anatomical and physiological bases, the formation and production of speech Language science- the study of a larger, more abstract, organized system of verbal/nonverbal communication in assessment and treatment Hearing science- study of hearing, and how we perceive and understand it Speech-language pathology- scientific profession concerned with the disorders of verbal and nonverbal communication, their assessment, and their treatment o Speech-language pathologist- specialist in area of speech, lang, and swallowing disorders regarding eval and treat Audiology- prof concerned with hearing issues o Audiologist- spec in area of assessment/treat of hearing disorders EDUCATION Speech land Path o Ba in ComD o Mastersin slp Clinical practicum PRaXIS Exam—board exam; end of masters o Certificate of Clinical Competence in slp Clinical fellowship year (CFY) Audiology o Master’s in audiology: ----doesn’t exist (minimum requirement to be an audiologist) But now need a Doctor of Audiology= AuD o Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A) SLP Scope of Practice (Purpose) Identifies areas of practice Services we provide
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Support provision of high-quality, evidence- based services addressing communication and swallowing Support research Grudance for ed prep and professional development Potential Etiologies Developmental disability Auditory prob (maybe encoding is lost) Oral anomalies (cleft palate) Respiratory compromise (asthma can get so bad that it affects the voice and breathing) Pharyngeal anomalies Esophageal anomalies
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