SPLP 6016 Articulation and Phonological Disorders

Pre-requisites: None

Course Description:
Articulation and phonological disorders are the most common and most easily identified childhood communication disorder. This course will examine patterns of normal articulatory and phonological development, especially with regard to sociolinguistic variation. Students will develop knowledge of and competency in the clinical methods used in the evaluation and treatment of children with speech sound disorders.

ASHA Standards:
Standard IV C—Articulation: Etiologies and Characteristics
Standard IV C—Articulation: Developmental, Linguistic, and Cultural Correlates
Standard IV C—Receptive and Expressive Language: Phonology
Standard IV D—Articulation: Assessment and Intervention
Standard IV D—Receptive and Expressive Language: Phonology
Standard IV F—Evidence Based Clinical Practice
Standard V B—Evaluation and Intervention

SLAATT Scope of Practice:
Speech Sound Assessment
Speech Sound Intervention

Main Text: Bauman Waengler, Jacqueline. Articulatory and Phonological Impairments: A Clinical Focus. 4th ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 2011.