SPAU 3205: Language Disorders
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COURSE DESCRIPTION In this course various clinical presentations of language disorders across the lifespan and their treatment. Disorders include but are not limited to receptive and expressive language delays, developmental language disorders, and aphasia. The course will also include a unit on feeding and swallowing disorders. Various intervention approaches for these disorders will be discussed.¶ COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of this course, students will be able to: 1. Identify and describe a variety of assessment tools that speech-language pathologists use to diagnose language disorders across the lifespan 2. List various conditions that place patients at risk for language disorders across the lifespan 3. Describe the connection between language disorders and literacy disorders 4. List and describe intervention approaches for language disorders Prerequisite: 3001, 3009, 3112
Paulino, K. (2022, Spring). SPAU 3205: Language Disorders, Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University.
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