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ComD 450 Exam

diagnosis distinguishing a disability from many
evaluation what is used to arrive at a diagnosis
assessment extent of the disability
form phonology (sound patterns), morphology(smallest unit of meaning), syntax (grammar)... RULES of language
content semantics (linking meaning)
use pragmatics (actual conversation techniques)
clinical hypothesis (use of) narrows down your options for a diagnosis
clinical hypothesis (what is it) an educated guess based on available information
advantage of shotgun approach VERY thorough, used as a new clinician trying to figure things out
disadvantage of shotgun approach time consuming (you never have more than 2 hours to diagnose a patient) and you have to fill out long reports afterwards
what does ASHA stand for American Speech-language Hearing Association
what does EPB stand for Ethical Practice Board
what is considered sexual harassment unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, [or] other verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature
what is pregnancy discrimination employer cannot refuse to hire a pregnant woman because of her pregnancy, pregnancy related condition, or because of prejudice of co-workers, clients, or customers
what is discrimination unfair treatment of a person or group usually because of prejudice about race, ethnic group, religion or gender
Brown vs. Board of Education (1954) Supreme Court Decision based on the equal-protection clause of the 14th Amendment: says that states cannot “deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” RIGHT TO AN EDUCATION
Civil Rights Act (1964) withhold federal funds from institutions that excluded benefits from anyone based on race, color or national origin
Rehabilitation Act (1973) no otherwise qualified handicapped individual shall be excluded from participation in, or denied benefits to or subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance
Public Law 93-380 (1974) each state was required to find and evaluate every handicapped child, establish goals, and submit those goals to the federal government... DUE PROCESS was introduced
Public Law 94-142 (1975) ensured that each handicapped child receive a 1)free 2)appropriate 3)public education- amended in 1990 and is now known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
name parts of clearly written objective goal performance, condition, criterion
performance the verb or "do" of the goal; ex: correctly imitate /s/, identify (point to) pictures
condition the adjective or "how" of the goal; ex: in isolation, during conversation
criterion the measure of performance/success; ex: in 90% of his attempts, for 25 minutes
why is it important to have clear objective goals 1)record progress 2)determine success/make adjustments 3)client participation increases
what is an overt verb a verb that can be observed by the senses ex: say, touch
what is a covert verb a verb that is not observable (more internal or cognitive) ex: determine, solve, identify
when to use a covert verb ONLY when and indicator behavior included
Created by: deezer