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Assessing Social Skills in Children with Psychiatric Disturbances (Updated)

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This updated 50 slide presentation offers assessment strategies for speech language pathologists working with children with emotional and behavioral disturbances

—  The learning objectives for the presentation are as follows:—

  • —Explain the impact of psychiatric disturbances on language development of children
  • —List common pediatric psychiatric (non autistic) diagnoses affecting language abilities
  • —Summarize the role of SLP in assessment of pragmatic language and social cognitive abilities of school-age children
  • —List formal assessment instruments used to assess pragmatic language and social cognitive abilities of school age children
  • —Describe informal assessment procedures used to assess pragmatic language and social cognitive abilities of school age children

*Please note that there’s an overlap of information between this material and “Assessing Social Pragmatic Skills of School Aged Children”. Please review both product descriptions prior to making a purchase of a desired material.  

The packet contains the information on the following:

  • Psychiatric Diagnoses and Language Disorders
  • Psychiatric Diagnoses and Social Pragmatic Skills
  • Common Pediatric Psychiatric (non autistic) Diagnoses Affecting Language Skills
  • Role of SLP in Assessment of Pragmatic Language Disorders
  • Preferred Practice Patterns for the Profession of Speech  Language Pathology: School Age Children
  • What are Social Pragmatic Skills
  • Difficulty with Detection of Social Pragmatic Language Deficits
  • Where to begin assessment
  • Relevant Assessment Areas
  • Sample Areas of Difficulty
  • Social Pragmatic Language Assessment: Useful Standardized Tests
  • Informal Assessments
  • It’s all about ToM
    • First Order False Belief Task
    • Second Order False Belief Tasks
    • Strange Stories
    • Discourse Analysis
    • Procedural Analysis
    • Narrative Analysis
  • Conclusion
  • Helpful Resources
  • References

 

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