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Transitional living facilities often offer low cost

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resident become a productive member of society. Transitional living facilities often offer low cost housing. Transitional living residents that cater to those recovering from economic hardship often graduate from a shelter to lesser crowded living situation. Direct versus indirect service Direct service - Direct instruction and services are provided directly to a child (face-to-face) by a special education teacher or related services professional. Direct service can be provided to an individual child or to a small group of children with similar needs.
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Indirect service - Indirect services are not provided directly to a child. Instead, a special education teacher or related service professional provides the services to others who are working directly with a child. Educational versus medical model, role of SLP and audiologist (8 questions) Focus SLP: Audiologist: Decision makers SLP: Audiologist: Goal SLP: Audiologist: Setting for therapy – every SLP: Audiologist: Individual versus group services Individual – Group services – “I cant do that, but I can do that” Least restrictive environment – the classroom Service delivery models Consultative – indirect services where clinician gives suggestions to teachers, parents etc. Collaborative – working with other individuals Pull-out – pull out from classroom SOAP notes: Subjective, objective, assessment, plan (7 questions) Subjective: Describes the patient’s current condition in narrative form. Objective: Vital signs Findings from physical examinations, such as posture, bruising, and abnormalities Results from laboratory Measurements, such as age and weight of the patient Assessment: The Physician’s medical diagnoses for the medical visit on the given date of a note written.
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Plan: This describes what the health care provider will do to treat the patient – ordering labs, referrals, procedures performed, medications prescribed, etc. Chapter 10: Assessment for ELL Language disorder versus language difference The result of a least-biased assessment is to differentiate individuals developing typically who may have a language difference from those with a language disorder.
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