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Survival Guide for the Beginning Speech-Language Clinician

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0890799814
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Pub. Date:
8/30/2004
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Summary

The Survival Guide for the Beginning Speech-Language Clinican offers a unique, practical, example-based approach to the skills you need. It can help you avoid the common pitfalls & provide you with a solid foundation for practice--from your very first day in the clinic. Drawing on her years of experience as a clinical supervisor, the author teaches you the ins & outs of writing reports that get approved. She doesn't just tell you what to do, she shows you--with lots of real-world examples of reports to ease the transition from theory to practice. To top it off, you gain invaluable insight into behavioral objectives, writing evaluations, professional style, progress notes, clinical accountability, handling paperwork, running therapeutic sessions & evaluations more smoothly, & self-evaluation.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Introduction Bridging the Gap---Taking Your First Step Toward Obtaining Professional Status 1(1)
Needs for Different Levels of Introductory Clinical Functioning
2(4)
How To Use This Book
6(1)
Conclusion
7(4)
Behavioral Objectives: Background
11(52)
Components of a Behavioral Objective
12(10)
Samples of Well-Written Behavioral Objectives
22(11)
Application and Importance of Behavioral Objectives
33(8)
Exercise: Identifying Components of Behavioral Objectives
41(10)
Answers: Identifying Components of Behavioral Objectives
51(12)
Behavioral Objectives: Common Writing Problems
63(16)
Incorrect Format Following the Lead-In
63(2)
Consistency
65(1)
Performance Component
66(3)
Condition Component
69(2)
Criterion Component
71(3)
Lack of Support or Harmony
74(5)
Evaluation and Progress Reports: Organization and Content
79(20)
Substandard Evaluation
80(7)
General Guidelines for Speech--Language Evaluation Reports
87(8)
Progress Reports: Organization and Content
95(4)
Evaluation, Reevaluation, and Progress Reports: Writing Reports That Shine
99(42)
Evaluation Reports
100(20)
Reevaluation Reports
120(8)
Progress Reports
128(13)
Progress Notes
141(24)
Background
141(2)
Cumulative Progress Note Entries
143(13)
Subjective-Objective-Assessment-Plan Format
156(9)
Taming the Paper Giant: Assuring Accuracy and Accountability
165(30)
Paperwork Process and a System for Streamlining
167(10)
Accountability
177(13)
Important Advice
190(5)
Therapy Conferences
195(12)
Therapy Conference Reports
198(7)
Conclusion
205(2)
Preparing for the Public Schools
207(54)
Brief Background
208(2)
Required Paperwork
210(7)
Conclusion
217(1)
Example of Progress Report Form
218(1)
Example of Language Arts Standards
219(1)
Example of Notice of Educational Evaluation/Reevaluation Plan
220(3)
Example of Prior Notice About Evaluation/Consent for Evaluation
223(2)
Example of Notice of Procedural Safeguards
225(7)
Example of Invitation to a Meeting of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Team
232(3)
Example of Notice and Consent for Placement in Special Education Services
235(2)
Completed Example of Evaluation Report
237(7)
Example of a Completed Individualized Education Program
244(12)
Example of a Completed Notice of Recommended Educational Placement
256(5)
Beyond Basic Therapy
261(18)
Group Therapy
262(5)
Play Therapy
267(5)
Curriculum-Based Therapy
272(7)
Enhancing Performance
279(50)
Seating Arrangement
280(2)
Reinforcement
282(10)
Verbal Models
292(4)
Loquaciousness
296(1)
Smothering the Client
296(1)
Fostering Dependency
297(2)
Choice Constancy
299(1)
Reading Sequence
300(1)
Elicitation Techniques
301(4)
Risky Questions
305(1)
Appearing Foolish
306(2)
Being Overpowering
308(1)
Directions
308(1)
Receptive Tasks
309(1)
Head Nodding and Forward Upper Body Movement
310(2)
Habits That May Be Misinterpreted
312(1)
The Game ``Mirage''
313(1)
Carry-Over
314(4)
Too Much Work
318(1)
Sign Language
319(2)
Session Opening
321(1)
Session Closing
321(2)
Pause Time
323(1)
Mirror Usage
323(2)
Differentiating Sound from Letter
325(1)
Singsong Voice
326(3)
Self-Evaluation
329(18)
Initial Self-Evaluations
331(1)
Six General Strategies
331(1)
Self-Observation Techniques
332(2)
Initial Focus: Benchmark Measurements
334(3)
Later Focus: Fine-Tuning Clinical Competence
337(5)
Additional Strategies To Facilitate Self-Evaluation
342(1)
Student Self-Appraisal
343(4)
Epilogue: The Basics Are Not Enough! 347(4)
Glossary 351(8)
Index 359(9)
About the Author 368


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