SPLP 6014 Neurogenic Speech Disorders

 

Pre-requisites: SPLP 6005 Diagnostic Methods in Speech-Language Pathology; SPLP 6006 Neurological Bases of Communication Disorders; and SPLP 6016 Articulation and Phonological Disorders

This course is designed to help students gain knowledge of various motor speech disorders and their etiologies, their neurobiological underpinnings and the effects these disorders have on communication abilities and other aspects of clients’ lives. It will examine methods for initial and ongoing assessment, treatment approaches available, and the research evidence supporting them.

 

ASHA Standards: 

Standard IV C—Articulation: Etiologies and Characteristics

Standard IV C—Fluency: Etiologies and Characteristics

Standard IV C—Voice and Resonance: Etiologies and Characteristics

Standard IV D—Articulation: Assessment and Intervention

Standard IV D—Fluency: Assessment and Intervention

Standard IV D—Voice and Resonance: Assessment and Intervention

Standard IV F—Evidence Based Clinical Practice

Standard  V B—Evaluation and Intervention

 

SLAATT Scope of Practice: 

Speech Sound Assessment

Speech Sound Intervention

Motor Speech Assessment—Adults

Motor Speech Intervention—Children

Readings: TBA