In this subject, students will develop their knowledge and skills in speech pathology practice with people with acquired motor speech disorders and voice. Students will explore the causes, effects and impact of acquired disorders utilising the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) to guide their learning. They will integrate case information with theory and research to plan assessment and intervention. A range of adult and paediatric cases will be used to support application of theory to practice.
School of Community Health
Bachelor Speech and Language Pathology; Bachelor Speech and Language Pathology (Hons)
SPH214 and BMS224 and BMS225
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