Speech-Language Assessment

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  • Speech Language Assessment Report

    James McKay | DoB: 8.11.02 | Date of Report: 20 July 2015 Speech-Language Assessment Findings James’ language, speech and phonological awareness skills were assessed in June 2015 to determine the best strategies to support his academic and social development. Although James displayed a strong working knowledge of certain language-processing concepts, he has overall difficulties with spoken language that will significantly undermine his interpersonal and classroom activities. To progress James’ language, collaborative input is needed between family, school and speech-language therapy. This report is intended to assist that collaboration. After a brief backround review for context, it explains the assessment outcomes, resultant…

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  • Clinical Semantics And Pragmatics: A Case Study

    Clinical Semantics and Pragmatics: Clinical Semantics in Childhood Introduction: Semantics is part of the hierarchy of language. The American Speech-Language Association (ASHA) (2014), semantics is "the meaning of words and combinations of words in a language." For the purpose of this assignment I shall look at semantics from the clinical point of view. Analysis of the language sample shall be presented as well as various informal assessments which one can use to gage a more holistic picture of…

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  • Test Bias In Children

    Over time, with the development of the field of speech language pathology, there have been a variety of findings on the cause and effects of test bias within children from multicultural population, therefore leading to the implementations and improvement of various educational legislations which effect how special services such as speech is provided to individuals from culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) populations. For example, the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 has…

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  • Speech-Language Case Studies

    a thirteen year–one month old male, attends Lehman College Speech and Hearing Clinic for individual speech-language services twice weekly for 50 minutes. He has been attending the clinic since spring 2012; his intervention has focused on fluency and intonation. The case history form was sent home with D’Amari for his mother, Jennifer Maldonado to complete. Mrs. Maldonado completed the case history form and acted as a reliable informant. Additionally, Mrs. Maldonado has stated through a phone…

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  • Slp 6000 Quiz

    SLP 6000 Quiz Answer each question as completely as possible. You may want to consider adding additional sources as you complete each question. 1. Discuss the role experience plays in all aspects of assessment. (3 points) Experience plays a big role in the assessment process. Experienced clinicians would know what to look for during an evaluation such as structures and functions in an oral motor examination. In contrast, an inexperienced clinician would not know what measurements to do for…

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  • Mainstreaming Reflective Curriculum Assessment

    I haven’t had the chance to use the new assessments tools to see what my opinion of them as of yet. Most test touch on the 5 developmental domains recognized by IDEA while others many only touch on one main domain such as behavior or emotional development, other factors might be the child’s age and many other factors as in environmental, and biological status. Environmental factors are a very big part of the assessment process, is there a cultural difference, as well as can you understand the…

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  • Positive Behavioral Support System Analysis

    As many students will overlook the Positive Behavioral Support (PBS) system, it require administrators and the teachers to provide immediate reinforcement to those who are directly following the standards. This will eventually allow those students whom ignore the system to follow along with learning, redirection and understanding of the importance the PBS system. Through the overall strategy of students with exceptional learning needs as the school system provides an underline based of…

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  • Reason For Referral : An Evaluation

    intellectual disability or autism. Nathaniel currently has one open case which includes a Burglary Conveyance unarmed for an incident that allegedly occurred in January of 2016. The youth is scheduled for a Court appearance on this matter in the near future and the present assessment was ordered to assist with that process. CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT: Nathaniel was not in custody at the time of the assessment. Thus, he was evaluated in this examiner 's private office located in Coral…

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  • Setting Instructional Outcomes: Lesson Plan

    Setting Instructional Outcomes) **Include both language and content objectives for your lesson What are the content and language objectives of this lesson? Objectives should be learner focused (not what the teacher will do or accomplish), observable (use verbs that can be measured), and target a specific outcome. Please refer to the SLO User Guide for the “ABCD” method or “I CAN” statements that can be used as a guide. Learning objectives • I can act out and give examples of each new…

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  • Classroom Observation At Crosby Elementary School

    ELL, two have special needs services, two have ADHD and one of the two is in the autism spectrum, five students have reading intervention, and three are in speech. Miss. S has been teaching common core for about four years and is attending grad school, which ties into the common core. She also has attended workshops and has had half days at work that focuses on the common core standards. I think this is great that this shows great team work and how teachers work together to educate themselves…

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