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Audiology SLP314

Prevalence The total number of cases of a condition in a given population at a specific time.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA, 2004) The legislative provision to insure that all children with disabilities receive a free and appropriate education.
Inclusion The practice of placing children with disabilities in regular classrooms as opposed to special education classes.
Prevalence of hearing loss both ears under age 6. 56,000
Prevalence of congenital infant hearing loss (moderate to severe) 2 to 3 in 1,000
Audiology The discipline involved in the prevention, identification, and evaluation of hearing disorders, the selection and evaluation of hearing aids, and the habilitation/rehabilitation of individuals with hearing loss.
Audiology subspecialties (5) –Pediatric –Rehabilitative –Industrial –Medical –Educational
Professional Opportunities (6) •Hospitals (community/university) •Otolaryngology (ENT) practices •Schools, colleges and universities •Private clinics/private practice •Military programs, VA, other state/federal agencies •Manufacturers
SLP scope of practice in audiology Screen for hearing loss or middle ear pathology using pure-tone air conduction, otoscopic inspection, otoacoustic emissions , and/or tympanometry.
Educational preparation for audiology Doctoral degree, certification, licensure
Doctoral degrees for audiology –Clinical PhD –Professional doctorate, AuD –PhD
Certifications for audiology – CCC-A (ASHA) –ABA certification (American Academy of Audiology)
Created by: ashea01



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