CDO 439 2 Scope of Practice

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CDO 439 2 Scope of Practice
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SLP Scope of Practice
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  1. Professional Roles and Activities
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    • Addresses typical and atypical communication and swallowing areas:
    • Speech sound production – articulation, apraxia, dysarthria, ataxi
    • Resonance
    • Voice
    • Fluency
    • Language comprehension
    • Cognition – memory, sequencing, problem solving, attention, executive functioning Feeding and swallowing
  2. Potential Etiologies Include:
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    • ·  Neonatal problems
    • ·  Developmental disabilities
    • ·  Auditory problems
    • ·  Respiratory compromise
    • ·  Pharyngeal abnormalities
    • ·  Laryngeal anomalies
    • ·  Neurological disease/dysfunctions
    • ·  Psychiatric disorders
    • ·  Genetic disorders
  3. National Qualifications as an SLP
    • ·  Master’s, doctoral, or other recognized post-baccalaureate degree
    • ·  ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC)
    • ·  Continuing education for continued certification
  4. In order to practice SLP you must meet the national qualifications as well as....
    ·  Self monitor pre-service academic education, clinical experience, mentorship/supervision, and continuing development
  5. Meeting the national and additional qualifications results in...
    • ·  AUTONOMOUS PROFESSIONALISM providing diagnosis, assessment, planning, treatment, prevention, advocacy, education, administration, and research.
    • Their services are NOT prescribed or supervised by another professional.
  6. SLPs are specifically engaged in..
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    • ·  Prevention and pre-referral
    • ·  Screening
    • ·  Assessment/evaluation
    • ·  Consultation
    • ·  Diagnosis
    • ·  Treatment, intervention, management
    • ·  Counseling
    • ·  Collaboration
    • ·  Documentation – if it is not written down then it didn’t happen
    • ·  Referral
  7. SLPs practice in these settings..
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    • ·  Public and private schools
    • ·  Early intervention settings, preschool, and day care centers
    • ·  Health care settings (hospitals, medical rehab facilities, LTCs, home health, clinics, neonatal intensive care, behavior/mental health facilities)
    • ·  Private practice settings
    • ·  Universities and university clinics
    • ·  Individuals’ home and community residences
    • ·  Supported and competitive employment settings
    • ·  Community, state, and federal agencies and institutions
    • ·  Correctional facilities
    • ·  Corporate and Industrial settings
    • ·  Other immerging settings
  8. Look at Scope of Practice number 23 - cognitive communication intervention

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