Welcome! This page is intended to provide information about the Speech-Language Pathology discipline at the CHDD. The information is designed for speech and language graduate trainees, allied health professionals, and parents/caregivers of children with speech, language and/or communication concerns. We trust that this website will prove a useful resource about speech and language development and disorders.
- Describe the core principles of practice for speech-language pathology.
- Describe the unique role that the speech-language pathologist (SLP) contributes
to an interdisciplinary assessment.
- Identify the types of assessment tools and strategies used by SLPs.
- Describe how intervention decisions are made.
- List two intervention strategies that are typically employed by SLPs.
- Describe how his or her own discipline might effectively communicate and collaborate with occupational therapy, physical therapy, social work, nutrition, psychology, audiology, and pediatrics at the CHDD
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