Survey in Communication Notes: Week 1 of notes.
Survey in Communication Notes: Week 1 of notes. 350
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Survey in Communication Disorders Chapter 1 What is communication? the exchange of ideas between the sender(s) and the receiver(s). (owens, Metz, Farinella 2011). Examples: sign language, hand gestures, body language, and facial expressions. The players: Speech language pathologists (SLPs) identify, assess, treat, and prevent communication disorders in all modalities (including spoken, written, pictorial, and manual) both respectively and expressively Speech, language, cognition, swallowing, fluency, and voice. Audiologist: specialists who measure hearing ability and identify, assess, manage, and prevent disorders of hearing and balance. May also evaluate and assist with auditory processing disorders. Often select and fit hearing aids. Evidence based practice We have to recommend to our patients but the patient’s will not always take your advice. Sometimes they will. ASHA: The American SpeechLanguageHearing Association Nonprofit founded in 1925 Includes SLPs, Audiologists, Speech and hearing scientists Mission: empower and support audiologists, SLPs, and speech and hearing scientists by; advocating science, setting standards, and fostering excellence in professional practice, and advocating for members and those they serve. o www.asha.org
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