Assessment in Speech – Language Pathology part ii

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Published on April 22, 2018

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slide 1: Assessment in Speech – Language Pathology 4 th Edition- Shipley McAfee Summery of the 4 th Edition. By: Aburumman Sereen. AuD slide 2: Table of Contents  Part I: Preparatory Considerations. Chapter One: Foundation of Assessment. Chapter T wo: Multicultural Considerations.  Part II: Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. Chapter Three: Obtaining Preassessment Information. Chapter Four: Evaluation Preassessment Information. Chapter Five : Reporting Assessment Findings. slide 3: Obtaining Preassessment Information • Primary sources of preassessment information include: o A written case history. o An interview with the client parents spouse or other caregivers. o Information from other professionals.  Potential problems you might face in the written case history: 1. May not understand all the terminology on the form. 2. Insufficient time to complete the form. 3. May not know or may have the vague recall of certain information. 4. Significant time may have elapsed between the onset of the problem and the speech-language assessment. 5. Circumstances may hinder the respondent’s ability to recall certain information. 6. Cultural difference. W R I T T E N C A S E H I S T O R I E S Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. In communicatio n disorders a standard case history form does not exist yet slide 4: Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. A L L E R G Y A W A R E N E S S Obtaining Preassessment Information  Check out form 3-3 page:87 Allergy Alert Form. slide 5: Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. I N F O R M A T I O N G E T T I N G I T E R V I E W S Obtaining Preassessment Information  Three types of interviews: introductions the purpose the time. discuss the Hx current status communication development abilities and problems. summary of major points express your appreciation indicate the steps will be taken. Information getting intake interview Information giving Counselling interviews Opening phase Body Closing phase slide 6: Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. Obtaining Preassessment Information  Check out pages 69/70/71/72 for the common questions to specific communicative disorders Articulation Language Children and Adults Stuttering Voice. I N F O R M A T I O N G E T T I N G I T E R V I E W S MEDTHODS OF GATHERING INFORMATIONS: -Information getting interviews. -- written case histories. --information from other professionals slide 7: Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. S E E C H L A N G U A G E A N D M O T O R D E V E L O P M E N T Evaluating Preassessment Information  General summery of the developmental sequence of speech language and motor skills in normal children found in pages 92/93/94/95/96/97/98/99/100. slide 8: Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. M E D I C A L C O N D I T I O N S A S S O C I A T E D Evaluating Preassessment Information  Check the Table Below. W I T H C O M M U N I C A T I O N D I S O R D E R S slide 9: Common Critical if no managed Critical Adenoidectomy Chickenpox Varicella Cerebrovascular Accident Allergies German Measles Rubella Convulsions Asthma Measles Rubeola Encephalitis Colds Mumps HIV Croups Meningitis Dizziness Parkinson’s Disease Draining Ear Seizures Headaches Stroke CVA High Fever TIA Influenza /Flu Mastoditis Menier’s Disease Otitis Media Pneumonia Pneumonitis Sinusitis Tinnitus T onsillitis slide 10:  Follow up with the lecturer to underline the main related speech-language symptoms in every syndrome mentioned in the text book.  Pages : from 111 to 125. Evaluating Preassessment Information Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. S Y N D R O M E S A S S O C I A T E D W I T H C O M M U N I C A T I O N D I S O R D E R S slide 11:  Common standard medical abbreviations that speech- language pathologist may encounter and use in medical reporting. pages 125/ 126/ 127. Evaluating Preassessment Information Obtaining Interpreting and Reporting Assessment Information. S T A N D A R D M E D I C A L A B B R E VI A TI O N

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