SIG 17 Perspectives Vol. 2, No. 1, May 2012
In this issue of Perspectives, we begin with a welcome column from the new SIG 17 coordinator. The issue further concentrates on communication disorders in Ethiopia, speech-language pathology in the Peace Corps, autism services in Ecuador, and an audiologist’s experience in India. It concludes with a description of an international research collaboration model.
You will be able to:
- identify the models of treatment for communication disorders as it relates to health care and education in Ethiopia
- explain an SLP–Peace Corps volunteer’s service delivery model in Peru
- explain how a group of professionals in Quito, Ecuador established a center for intervention for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders
- describe an audiologist’s planning and implementation of a humanitarian hearing care mission to India
- identify the benefits and obstacles of international collaborations in communication disorders, and list various methods to establish and maintain healthy international collaborations
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