Aug 22, 2019  
2019-2020 General/Graduate Catalog - Expires August 2025 
    
2019-2020 General/Graduate Catalog - Expires August 2025
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CMDS 550 - Counseling, Collaboration and Consultation with Patients and Families of Individuals with Communication Disorders


This course examines theory and practice in handling the unique problems of individuals with communication disorders and their families with an emphasis on the importance of interdisciplinary input in the management of this population. Participants develop familiarity with the procedures and instrumentation used to evaluate the psychosocial ramifications associated with communication disorders as well as some basic counseling strategies.

Prerequisites: CMDS 200 - Introduction to Communication Disorders , CMDS 261 - Phonetics , CMDS 460 - Language Development , CMDS 470 - The Speech Mechanism , and CMDS 472 - Audiology ; CMDS major. Corequisite: CMDS 380 - Principles of Clinical Management  can be taken prior to or in conjunction with the course.
Credits: 3
When Offered: (spring only)
NOTE:
* The Communication Disorders Course Fee applies to this course.



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