*Closed – requires departmental selection Assessment of and intervention with clients of all ages with a range of communication disorders and dysphagia in health, education, work and social contexts. Collaboration with and counselling of these clients and their significant others. Participation in team work. Provision of educational programmes. Management and evaluation of service provision. Understanding and application of the principles of assessment, intervention, professional ethics, evidence-based practice and clinical report writing through seminars.
212 clinical training sessions, 28 seminars, 12 practicals
Language of tuition
Afrikaans and English are used in one class
Speech Language Pathology and Audiology
Period of presentation
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