UMass Amherst COMM-DIS 416 - ASHA Certification and Licensure, and SLPAs (7 pages)

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ASHA Certification and Licensure, and SLPAs

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Detailed explanation of ASHA and all necessary certifications and licenses. Discusses possibility of being a SLPA and their roles and responsibilities as opposed to a supervising SLP.


Lecture number:
2
Pages:
7
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Course:
Comm-Dis 416 - Clinical Procedures

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COMMDIS 416 1st Edition Lecture 2 Outline of Last Lecture I What are your Clinical Interests II Where do SLPs Work III Where do Audiologists Work IV National Recognized Agencies V Scope of Practice VI Critical Roles of the SLP VII SLP s Range and Responsibilities a Other Responsibilities VIII Audiologists Scope of Practice IX Critical Roles of the Audiologist Outline of Current Lecture I American Speech Language and Hearing Association ASHA II III Purpose of ASHA ASHA Governance a 18 Special Interest Groups Council and Academic Accreditation CAA SLPs and AuDs are Specifically Trained Professionals who have Earned a National Certification b Licensure c Additional License Required to Proactive in School Setting PreK 12 Support Personnel a Roles and Responsibilities of SLPA b SLPA Education Requirements c SLPA Practice Settings d SLPA Disclaimers Responsibilities within Scope of Practice for SLPA a SLPA Should Not b Professional Liability IV V VI VII VIII Supervising SLP These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Current Lecture I American Speech Language and Hearing Association ASHA voluntary 1925 American Academy of Speech Correction 1927 American Society for the Study of Disorders of Speech 1934 American Speech Correction Association 1947 American Speech and Hearing Association 1978 American Speech Language and Hearing Association II Purpose of ASHA Encourage basic scientific study of the processes of individual human communication with special reference to speech language hearing and related disorders Promote high standards and ethics for the academic and clinical preparation of individuals entering the discipline of human communication sciences and disorders Promote the acquisition of new knowledge and skills for those within the discipline Foster improvement of clinical services and intervention procedures concerning such disorders Stimulate exchange of



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