SL2001 - Principles of Assessment and Therapy
|Student Contribution Band:
||Sch Public Health,Trop Medicine&Rehabilitation Sc (pre 2015)
Enrolment is restricted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Speech Pathology,
Speech Pathology IHCAP Program and the Bachelor of Speech Pathology Honours Programs.
This subject has three main components. In the first component students will discuss
the knowledge, skills and attitudes which are used by speech pathologists and which
will be practiced in their clinical practicum in second semester. Topics to be covered
will include the use of clinical reasoning in assessment and management; a variety
of approaches used in assessment and management; interacting with and interviewing
clients and others; establishing meaningful goals with clients and others; evaluating
the effectiveness of interventions. In the second component, students will learn about
types of hearing loss and central auditory processing disorders (CAPD), hearing measurement
and testing, the impact of loss of hearing across the lifespan and the role of speech
pathology in management of people with a hearing loss. The third component is a clinical
/ fieldwork observation.
- use clinical reasoning in assessment and management decisions regarding case studies;
- demonstrate knowledge of a range of approaches to assessment, goal setting, treatment
planning, intervention and interactive (including counselling) processes;
- be familiar with and apply the CBOS2001 (Competency Based Occupational Standards 2001,
Speech Pathology Australia); the Speech Pathology Australia Code of Ethics; the International
Classification of Function and the principles of adult learning and group work;
- understand the implications of the type and degree of hearing loss and the appropriate
methods of evaluation and intervention to assist patients who have a hearing loss
and will have developed skills to manage CAPD.
||SL1001 AND HS1003 AND SL1004
Study Period 1
|Census Date 27-Mar-2014
||Ms Louise Brown
||Ms Louise Brown, <Person not found>.
- 26 hours lectures
- 52 hours workshops/Seminars
- 16 hours professional experience
||end of semester exam (25% - 35%); quizzes or tests (20% - 30%); assignments (45% - 55%).
|Special Assessment Requirements:
||All assessment components must be passed.
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest