UMass Amherst COMM-DIS 416 - AuD Assistants and Code of Ethics (9 pages)

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Continues to discuss roles and responsibilities of AuD Assistants. Explains various Codes of Ethics and associated scenarios.


Lecture number:
3
Pages:
9
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Course:
Comm-Dis 416 - Clinical Procedures

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COMMDIS416 1st Edition Lecture 3 Outline of Last 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 Outline of Current Lecture I ASHA Benefits II Texas A M Non Compliance III AuD Assistants a AuD Assistant Educational Requirement b AuD Assistants c AuD Assistant Guidelines d Roles and Responsibilities of the Audiology Assistant e AuD Assistants are NOT Permitted to f Audiology Assistant Continued IV Supervising Audiologist AuD a Supervising Audiologist Roles and Responsibilities V Audiology Assistant 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 VI Code of Ethics VII Which ASHA Code of Ethics is Violated a Ethical Principle 1 b Ethical Principle 2 c Ethical Principle 3 d Ethical Principle 4 VIII What is a Dilemma a Dealing with Ethical Dilemmas IX ASHA Trends X Examples of Typical Ethics Inquiries ASHA XI Dilemmas Employer Demands a Dilemmas CFY b Dilemmas Cultural XII Ethical Scenario Current Lecture I ASHA Benefits Supervise support personnel SLPA AUDA and clinical fellows Access to research Open forum for collaboration discussion Applying for state licensure State relocation Continued professional development access to CEU s continuing education units Above and beyond minimum requirements for state licensure High quality clinical services Salary supplements Federally funded reimbursement Listing in ProSearch http www



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