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Week 1 Notes, 8/23 & 8/25

by: Ashley Prenatt

Week 1 Notes, 8/23 & 8/25 CSD 1080

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The notes from this week introduce general CSD topics, including: *The major categories of Communication Disorders *Discussion of jobs/types of positions/types of workplaces/job descriptions for ...
Intro to Communication Science Disorders
Dr. Hajjar
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Date Created: 09/05/16
Communication disorders: affects any aspect of communication    3 major areas:  *Speech Disorders: sounds, pitch, volume of speech  *Language: symbols, words, understanding, vocabulary, comprehension  *Hearing: trouble with receiving communication    Communication disorder could be in one of these areas, or could be a combination of  them    *17% of population has some type of communication disorder  *Number of communication disorders expected to rise (baby boomers aging)  *Determining in immigrants if a communication problem is a language barrier or a  communication disorder  *Medical advances that reveal issues further than previously    Employment:  *Jobs expected to grow  *Wages average around $70,000  *SLP & AUD within top 10/15 jobs    Major in CSD:    Audiologist  *Speech­language pathologist  *Speech, language, hearing scientist  *Teacher of people with hearing impairments  *Includes the use of sign language    ASHA certifies    What do audiologists and speech language pathologists do?    Prevention    *ASHA pushing for workers in loud work environments to wear earbuds  *Assessments ­ testing with workers  *Treatment: hearing aid, cochlear implant  *Counseling: for both the patient and their family, education for them on goals and  strategies    Specializing in Swallowing:  ­officially called “dysphasia”  ­can become an expert, masters degree    Alternatives for Communication:   ­tablets, smartphones    Duties:  ­direct care: assessment, treatment  ­paperwork!  ­vary by position/setting    Where do they work?  *Healthcare  *Schools  *Industrial facilities  *Colleges/Universities (professors)  *Scientists → Researchers       With whom do SLP’s and AUD’s work?  ­Dependent on setting: School vs. medical    Rewards  ­people drawn to field by opportunity to help people  ­many varieties in positions and types of clients: director, research, teacher, etc.  ­environment; traveling opportunities  ­good job security; both full and part time positions available    Deciding  ­talking to people working as SLP and AUD, shadowing someone in that position, taking  advantage of opportunities in geographical area, research  ­specializing vs. remaining general; many specializations available depending on  interests    Writing and Talking about People with Disabilities:    ­Using “person first” language  ­being appropriate  ­being sensitive, aware, and advocating those with disabilities  ­”Disability” is generally accepted, “handicap” is less accepted   ­Never label someone as their disability: rather than “an autistic,” say “a child with  autism.” This is an example of Person First language. Instead of “the disabled,” use  “people with disabilities.”      To do blog: go to videos, pick set 1, with 5 videos. Watch all of them, go to blog #1,  create a blog entry for each video; 5 different entries. Open “create blog entry” 5x. Due  in 2 weeks. 2 sentence response max.   


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