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Introduction to Prevalent Disorders Bundle

Introduction to Prevalent Disorders Bundle contains information on 3 disorders affecting language abilities which are rapidly rising to prominence in the field of speech language pathology

  1. Introduction to Auditory Processing Disorders
  2. Introduction to Social Pragmatic Language Disorders
  3. Introduction to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
APD

Introduction to Auditory Processing Disorders (Updated)

—This updated and expanded 30 slide presentation provides an introduction to auditory processing disorders (APD).  It outlines the referral process for differential assessment of auditory processing disorders, as well as explains the roles of both audiologist and the speech language pathologist in the assessment and remediation of auditory processing disorders.  It also cites select assessment instruments sensitive to detection of auditory processing deficits in preschool and school aged children, explains the benefits of multidisciplinary approach to identification and differential diagnosis of processing disorders as well as provides general explanations for professionals with respect to treatment approaches to auditory processing disorders.
Learning Objectives
—At the end of this presentations learners will be able to
  • —Explain the symptoms of auditory processing deficits
  • —Describe the roles of audiologist and speech language pathologist in the assessment and remediation of auditory processing disorders
  • —Identify assessment instruments sensitive to detection of auditory processing deficits in preschool and school aged children
  • —Explain the benefits of multidisciplinary approach to identification of auditory processing disorders
Slide Content:
  •  Intended Audience 
  • Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) definition
  • Translating technical into real life difficulties
  • APD Checklist for School Aged Children
  • Generalized deficits affecting social and academic performance
  • Speech Language Assessment Checklist for School-Aged Children
  • What can SLPs do?
  • APD Diagnosis
  • The role of the audiologist
  • APD Testing Battery
  • Should you wait until the ‘official’ APD diagnosis is made?
  • Guess what?
  • Benefits of Early Detection
  • Select assessments sensitive to processing difficulties
  • What else can you use?
  • When can the APD battery be administered?
  • What should you get after the audiological testing?
  • Differential Diagnosis of APD
  • Conclusion
  • Helpful Resources
  • References
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SPLD

Introduction to Social Pragmatic Language Disorders

—This 22 slide presentation defines social pragmatic language impairment, explains the referral process for assessment and intervention of pragmatic language deficits, cites select assessment instruments sensitive to detection of social pragmatic language impairment as well as explains the advantages and disadvantages of social pragmatic assessment and intervention in school vs. private therapy settings.
Learning Objectives
—At the end of this presentations learners will be able to
  • —Explain the symptoms of social pragmatic language deficits
  • —Describe the roles of speech language pathologist in the assessment and remediation of social pragmatic language disorders
  • —Identify assessment instruments sensitive to detection of social pragmatic language deficits
  • —Explain the advantages and disadvantages of social pragmatic assessment and intervention in school vs. private therapy settings

Intended Audience:

  • —Parents
  • —Caregivers
  • —Speech Language Pathologists
  • —Graduate Students
    • —New Graduates
    • —Clinical Fellows
    • —Change of Career Professionals
    • —Related Professionals
  • —Psychologists
  • —Social Workers
  • —Occupational Therapists
  • —Special Education Teachers

Slide Content:

  • Social Pragmatic Language Disorder
  • Role of SLP in Assessment of Pragmatic Language Disorders
  • Social Pragmatic Language Abilities
  • Difference between strengths and deficits
  • Social Pragmatic Deficits
  • Difficulty with Deficits Detection
  • Initiating the referral process
  • Select assessments sensitive to social pragmatic difficulties
  • When to seek private pragmatic language evaluation and therapy services?
  • Advantages of Private Therapy
  • Conclusion
  • Helpful Resources
  • References

$6.99 $6.29

FASD intro

Introduction to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

This 29 slide presentation provides an overview of terms associated with  alcohol related disabilities in children, discuss Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) related statistical inconsistencies, as well as explain why the absence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum (FAS) related facial features does not guarantee a lack of alcohol related diagnosis.

Intended Audience
  • —Caregivers
    • —Biological Parents
    • —Kinship Care
    • —Adoptive Parents
  • —Speech Language Pathologists
    • —Graduate Students
    • —New Graduates
    • —Clinical Fellows
    • —Change of Career Professionals
  • —Related Professionals
    • —Psychologists
    • —Social Workers
    • —Occupational Therapists
    • —Special Education Teachers

Slide Content:

  • FASD Definition
  • Alcohol linked changes in the brain
  • How is FASD diagnosis made
  • FASD Umbrella Diagnoses Chart
  • List of Current FASD Terms
  • CNS Damage
  • FASD Related US Statistics
  • FAS related diagnostic challenges
  • Maternal Risk Factors
  • The “Controversy of Visibility”
  • How important are the FAS features?
  • Alcohol Related Cognitive-Linguistic Deficits
  • FASD in the Schools
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix I: List of Current FASD Terms
  • Helpful Smart Speech Therapy Resources
  • References

$5.99 $5.39

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