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Communication Sciences and Disorders Introduction
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Communication Disorders Approximately 46 million people have a communication disorder Hearing Speech Language
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Communication Any exchange of meaning Listening - speaking Reading - writing Sign Language Gesture Intonation Dance Art
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Language standardized set of symbols the knowledge about how to combine those symbols into words, sentences, and texts convey ideas and feelings.
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Speech A mode for expressing language Groups of sounds, spoken in succession, represent words. Phonemes
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Discipline Study of communication differences and disorders Study of the efficacy of practices involved in assessing and assisting individuals with communication differences and disorders
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World Health Organization Terms Impairment or Disorder - any loss or abnormality of psychological, physiological, or anatomical structure or function. (something that is lost.) Disability - a reduced competence in meeting daily living needs. (not being able to complete a task) Handicap - a social, educational, or occupational disadvantage that results from an impairment or disability.
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Communication Disorders Communication Disorder - any impairment that adversely affects communication Organic vs. Functional Communication Difference - communication abilities that differ from those usually encountered in the mainstream culture even though there is no evidence of impairment.
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Person-First Language Child with a language disorder Not language-disordered child Individual with autism spectrum disorder Not autistic child Person-first Language is when a person is called by their name and is not known by their disorder or disability. Ex. Brenda is known as Brenda not as that girl with down syndrome.
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Communication Differences Children and adults who speak two or more
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