*Closed – requires departmental selection Early communication intervention and aural rehabilitation: clinical application of assessment and intervention principles for infants and young children at risk of communication disorders. Family-centred approach and teamwork. The role and functions of speech-language therapists and audiologists in kangaroo mother care. Facial cleft deformities – clinic practical.
KMP 320, 381, RHC 300, ODL 381 or SPP 381, ODL 382 or SPP 382.
21 seminars, 23 clinical training sessions, 23 practicals
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Speech Language Pathology and Audiology
Period of presentation
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