SIG 16 Perspectives Vol. 13, No. 4, December 2012
This issue of Perspectives focuses on important topics from the poster sessions at the 2012 Schools conference. It includes service delivery options for the adolescent population and the challenges and benefits of literature circles for students with communication deficits. We explore the workload distribution of SLPs in Texas and how universally designed classrooms help graduate clinicians prepare for the roles and responsibilities of the school-based SLP. Finally, we discuss the effects of dual deficits in language and behavior.
You will be able to:
- explain service delivery options used by SLPs who serve adolescents
- identify the prevalence and severity of comorbid language and behavioral disorders
- explain the effect of dual deficits on communication in the classroom
- explain the challenges and benefits of literature circles for students with communication disorders
- describe three ways clinical experiences in universally designed classrooms help prepare graduate clinicians for the roles and responsibilities of the school-based SLP
- summarize the workload distribution of SLPs in Texas
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