CSD 306K - 1. Key Questions a. how do disorder of...

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1. Key Questions a. how do disorder of hearing/speech/language affect communication? b. What are the major types of hearing/speech/language disorders? c. What are the differences among the following terms: impairment, disability, handicap, disorder, and difference d. What professionals work in the field of communication disorders, and what education and qualifications must they have? 2. Refer to slide 3 on PowerPoint for 1.20.11 3. Communication Disorders a. Approximately 46 million people have a communication disorder i. nature of disorder can be one of the following, or combination: 1. Speech 2. Language 3. Hearing b. Communication Disorder i. Impairment that adversely affects communication 1. Organic vs. Functional a. Ex. of Organic: Cleft palate causes the inability to produce speech sounds b. Ex. of Functional: 4 year old using speech sounds similar to a 2 year old (a disorder where a fixed cause can't be assigned) c. Stuttering is usually an example of a Functional Disorder d. There is a difference between stuttering and disfluency. i.
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course CSD 306k taught by Professor Marquardt during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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CSD 306K - 1. Key Questions a. how do disorder of...

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