Study sets matching "comd 5200"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "comd 5200"

62 terms
COMD 5200
List the 4 purposes of intervention
Give an example on how you would chang…
Give an example on how you would chang…
Give an example on how you would teach…
-to change or eliminate the underlying problem.... -changing the…
An example would be a deaf child with a language disorder. Af…
an attempt to improve the child's discrete aspect of language…
This would most likely be used with older kids such as teachi…
List the 4 purposes of intervention
-to change or eliminate the underlying problem.... -changing the…
Give an example on how you would chang…
An example would be a deaf child with a language disorder. Af…
46 terms
COMD 5200
Family Centered Guidelines for Practice
What is included in an IFSP?
When will an IFSP be implemented?
SLP role in infants language disorders.
Trust, support and respect parents... understand and respect par…
child's present levels of performance... Family resources, prior…
For high risk infants immediately after leaving the hospital.…
Prevention is key... Lend expertise in communication acquisition…
Family Centered Guidelines for Practice
Trust, support and respect parents... understand and respect par…
What is included in an IFSP?
child's present levels of performance... Family resources, prior…
49 terms
COMD 5200 Exam 6
Intellectual Disability
Characteristics of intellectual disabi…
3 reasons to look at diagnostic catego…
Cognitive characteristics of intellect…
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and in ad…
-originates before 18... -IQ around 70-75 or lower... -adaptive beh…
-eligibility for services... -identification for priorities for…
-similar cognitive development pattern. to typically developi…
Intellectual Disability
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and in ad…
Characteristics of intellectual disabi…
-originates before 18... -IQ around 70-75 or lower... -adaptive beh…
comd5200
the descriptive-developmental approach
comorbidity
declarative memory systems
the majority of children with dyslexia…
suggests that it is the normal sequence of acquisition that s…
refers to a situation in which a child may experience two or…
underlie knowledge-based learning (such as vocabulary)
phonological processing difficulties that disrupt their decod…
the descriptive-developmental approach
suggests that it is the normal sequence of acquisition that s…
comorbidity
refers to a situation in which a child may experience two or…
75 terms
COMD 5200 Module 3
Assessment and Intervention in the Pre…
Practice with Infants--Family Centered…
IFSP--What must be included?
When will the IFSP be implemented?
High Risk Infants: ... When we are working with high risk infan…
1) Encourage support, trust and respect be given to parents a…
IFSP:... Focuses on the child within the context of the family.…
1) Depends, infants who are identified at birth as being high…
Assessment and Intervention in the Pre…
High Risk Infants: ... When we are working with high risk infan…
Practice with Infants--Family Centered…
1) Encourage support, trust and respect be given to parents a…
78 terms
COMD 5200 Test 5
developing language stage
developing language stage, in browns s…
MLUs of developing language stage
the developing language stage is an ex…
for typically developing kids, occurs b/w 2 to 3 -5 years of…
2-5
>2 but < 5 morphemes
stage of language development
developing language stage
for typically developing kids, occurs b/w 2 to 3 -5 years of…
developing language stage, in browns s…
2-5
COMD 5200 Module 1
ASHA definition of language disorders
how do we break up language?
syntax
morphology
impairment in comprehension and/or use of spoken, written, an…
form: syntax, morphology, phonology... content: semantics... use: p…
combining words to make sentences
we have root word, add prefixes and suffixes to change meaning
ASHA definition of language disorders
impairment in comprehension and/or use of spoken, written, an…
how do we break up language?
form: syntax, morphology, phonology... content: semantics... use: p…
40 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 2
-4 Purposes of Intervention?... -Which on…
3 Ways Intervention can change languag…
EBP combines what 3 elements?
"Not all research is created equal"... Wh…
1-Change or eliminate the underlying problem... 2-Change the dis…
1-Facilitation... 2-Maintenance... 3-Induction
1-Unbiased research evidence... 2-Clinical expertise and values…
Top: Meta Analysis; RCT (Randomized Controlled Trials)... Middle…
-4 Purposes of Intervention?... -Which on…
1-Change or eliminate the underlying problem... 2-Change the dis…
3 Ways Intervention can change languag…
1-Facilitation... 2-Maintenance... 3-Induction
77 terms
COMD 5200 Test 4
characteristics of developing language…
When child is in DL stage, we're provi…
The family centered cared comes out of…
Parents as partners during DL stage
-expressive vocab. > 50... -begun combining words (2< MLU < 5)... -…
-even though kids at this stage may be part of a more structu…
IDEA deals with disabilities, education ACT and the re-author…
-seek family's perspective on child's communication... -Identify…
characteristics of developing language…
-expressive vocab. > 50... -begun combining words (2< MLU < 5)... -…
When child is in DL stage, we're provi…
-even though kids at this stage may be part of a more structu…
143 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz #5
What is the typical age of a child in…
The developing language stage is in wh…
What is the average MLU of a child in…
Explosive stage of language developmen…
between 2 and 5
II and V
between 2 and 5
Developing language stage
What is the typical age of a child in…
between 2 and 5
The developing language stage is in wh…
II and V
192 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz #6
What are language characteristics (FOR…
What are language characteristics (CON…
What are language characteristics (USE…
What are language characteristics (LIT…
Acquistion of specific grammatical devices follow a typical d…
Vocabulary may be a relative strength, but conceptual knowled…
Slow to develop intentional communication, able to engage in…
slower to progress, predictors for reading similar to peers.
What are language characteristics (FOR…
Acquistion of specific grammatical devices follow a typical d…
What are language characteristics (CON…
Vocabulary may be a relative strength, but conceptual knowled…
81 terms
COMD 5200- Exam 1
Developmental Language Disorders
Pillars of Language
Form
Syntax
Impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, written a…
Form, content and use
Syntax, morphology, phonology. Tend to be a hallmark of child…
how we combine words into sentences
Developmental Language Disorders
Impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, written a…
Pillars of Language
Form, content and use
110 terms
COMD 5200 - Module 1
What is the definition of a Language D…
Form
Content
Use
An impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, writte…
The term for the pillar/domain of language that has to do wit…
The term for the pillar/domain of language that has to do wit…
The term for the pillar/domain of language that has to to wit…
What is the definition of a Language D…
An impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, writte…
Form
The term for the pillar/domain of language that has to do wit…
COMD 5200 Quiz 5
When does the Developing Language Stat…
Browns Stages and MLU at Developing La…
In DLS, children's language moves from…
What is an IEP?
Between 2 and 3 years old, and stops at age 5.
Browns Stages 2-5, MLU is between 2 and 5 words.
Telegraphic utterances to mastery of basic sentence structure.
Individual Education Plan. It is the basis of the interventio…
When does the Developing Language Stat…
Between 2 and 3 years old, and stops at age 5.
Browns Stages and MLU at Developing La…
Browns Stages 2-5, MLU is between 2 and 5 words.
COMD 5200 Quiz 4
Three characteristics of the developin…
What is very important to the child's…
Three elements of the Family Centered…
What does the IDEA mandate?
1. Expressive vocab is greater than 50 words.... 2. Regularly co…
Family Centered Approach
1. Seek family's perspective on child's communication.... 2. Ide…
Parents as Partners. They help us get a better idea of how th…
Three characteristics of the developin…
1. Expressive vocab is greater than 50 words.... 2. Regularly co…
What is very important to the child's…
Family Centered Approach
COMD 5200 Module 2 exam
Purpose of Intervention
how this change is achieved
change or eliminate the underlying pro…
change the disorder
-change or eliminate the underlying problem... -change the disor…
-facilitation... -maintenance... -induction
address the issue and they become normal language learners
teach specific behaviors to make them better communicators
Purpose of Intervention
-change or eliminate the underlying problem... -change the disor…
how this change is achieved
-facilitation... -maintenance... -induction
68 terms
COMD 5200 Module 6
intellectual disability
Down syndrome
1:700 live births
Williams syndrome
disorder characterized by significant limitations in intellec…
most common genetic cause of ID
incidence of Down syndrome
complex neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by multiple…
intellectual disability
disorder characterized by significant limitations in intellec…
Down syndrome
most common genetic cause of ID
COMD 5200 Quiz 1
Language Disorders
Pillars of Language
Form
Content
impairment in comprehension and/ or use of a spoken, written,…
form, content, use
Syntax, morphology, phonology
Semantics
Language Disorders
impairment in comprehension and/ or use of a spoken, written,…
Pillars of Language
form, content, use
41 terms
COMD 5200 Exam 3- Prelinguistic Period
Family Centered Guidelines for Practice
IFSP
When will the IFSP be implemented?
SLP Role
Support, trust and respect parents/caregivers; use strengths-…
Individual Family Service Plan focuses on child within the co…
Infants who are identified at birth as being high-risk may ne…
Prevention is the number 1 role. Language disorders are the m…
Family Centered Guidelines for Practice
Support, trust and respect parents/caregivers; use strengths-…
IFSP
Individual Family Service Plan focuses on child within the co…
99 terms
COMD 5200 Exam 6
The role of diagnostic categories in DLD
intellectual disability
intellectual disability IQ
adaptive behavior found with intellect…
-eligibility for services... -identification of priorities for…
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
IQ score around 70-75 (at least 2 SD below the mean)
-conceptual skills... -social skills... -practical skills
The role of diagnostic categories in DLD
-eligibility for services... -identification of priorities for…
intellectual disability
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
98 terms
COMD 5200- Quiz 3
What approach should you take with inf…
Family-centered approach includes
IFSP
what must be included?
Family-centered approach
Support, trust and respect parents and caregivers... Use strengt…
Focuses on the child within the context of the family. Simila…
Child's present level of performance (physical, cognitive, so…
What approach should you take with inf…
Family-centered approach
Family-centered approach includes
Support, trust and respect parents and caregivers... Use strengt…
83 terms
COMD5200 Module 2
What are the purposes of intervention?
change or eliminate the underlying pro…
change the disorder
teach compensatory strategies
1. change or eliminate the underlying problem... 2. change the d…
-address the issue and they become normal language learners... -…
-attempt to improve the child's discrete aspects of language…
-give them tools to use in given settings... -ex: if struggling…
What are the purposes of intervention?
1. change or eliminate the underlying problem... 2. change the d…
change or eliminate the underlying pro…
-address the issue and they become normal language learners... -…
66 terms
COMD 5200 Exam I
ASHA's Definition of Language Disorders
Pillars of Language
Syntax
Morphology
Impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, written o…
Form - Syntax, Morphology, Phonology... Content - Semantics (voc…
How we combine words to make sentences
How we combine units of meaning
ASHA's Definition of Language Disorders
Impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, written o…
Pillars of Language
Form - Syntax, Morphology, Phonology... Content - Semantics (voc…
15 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 3
Guidelines for practice with families…
What IFSP includes:
When to implement IFSP?
Role of SLP
-Encourage support, trust and respect be given to parents and…
1) Statement of Child's present level of performance: ... 2) Sta…
Depends:... 1) infants who are identified at birth as being high…
1) Prevention... 2) Lending expertise... 3) Collaboration with othe…
Guidelines for practice with families…
-Encourage support, trust and respect be given to parents and…
What IFSP includes:
1) Statement of Child's present level of performance: ... 2) Sta…
96 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 6
The role of diagnostic categories in DLD
intellectual disability
intellectual disability IQ
adaptive behavior found with intellect…
-eligibility for services... -identification of priorities for…
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
IQ score around 70-75 (at least 2 SD below the mean)
-conceptual skills... -social skills... -practical skills
The role of diagnostic categories in DLD
-eligibility for services... -identification of priorities for…
intellectual disability
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
58 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 6
The role of diagnostic categories in D…
Definition (ID)
IQ score (ID)
Cognitive characteristics (ID)
Eligibility for services... Id of priorities for assessment and…
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and in ad…
around 70-75 (at least 2 SD below the mean)
Similar pattern to typicals, w/ slower trajectory.... Uneven pro…
The role of diagnostic categories in D…
Eligibility for services... Id of priorities for assessment and…
Definition (ID)
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and in ad…
68 terms
COMD 5200-Exam 3- Emerging Language
The Emerging Language Period
Screening and eligibility for Birth to…
Early Screening Instruments
Screeners focused on communication
18-36 months of age. Part C of IDEA. State provides 0-3 servi…
Children with risk factors identified at birth are eligible f…
Used to help identify children without disorders identified a…
Language development survey, communicative development invent…
The Emerging Language Period
18-36 months of age. Part C of IDEA. State provides 0-3 servi…
Screening and eligibility for Birth to…
Children with risk factors identified at birth are eligible f…
11 terms
COMD 5200 exam 5
Developing language stage
Biggest difference between the IFSP an…
Family role in IEP
Family-Centered Practice
For typically developing children, occurs between 2 or 3 and…
Program focuses on the child rather than the family
Must be notified of IEP meetings ... Meeting must be at a conven…
Make sure to use a strengths-based approach to highlight what…
Developing language stage
For typically developing children, occurs between 2 or 3 and…
Biggest difference between the IFSP an…
Program focuses on the child rather than the family
108 terms
COMD 5200 final exam
psychiatric disorders and DLD comorbid…
Austism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
ASD criteria
severity levels for ASD
-language disorders associated with high risk for psychiatric…
an umbrella term that encompasses a range of disorders... -impa…
1. persistent deficit in social communication and social inte…
Level 1- Requiring support... Level 2- Requiring substantial sup…
psychiatric disorders and DLD comorbid…
-language disorders associated with high risk for psychiatric…
Austism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
an umbrella term that encompasses a range of disorders... -impa…
Comd 5200 Module 1
Language Disorders
Syntax
Morphology
Phonology
ASHA: impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, wri…
how we combine words to make sentences
how we combine units of meaning (morphemes)
sound system
Language Disorders
ASHA: impairment in comprehension and/or use of a spoken, wri…
Syntax
how we combine words to make sentences
133 terms
COMD 5200 quiz 4
List 3 Language Characteristics of Dev…
What approach is integral in order hav…
List 3 ways SLPs can include parents a…
How are family members are key members…
1. Expressive vocabularies > than 50 words (regularly using)…
Family Centered approach
1. get the family's perspective of the child (how they see th…
they aid in carry over and generalization of targets
List 3 Language Characteristics of Dev…
1. Expressive vocabularies > than 50 words (regularly using)…
What approach is integral in order hav…
Family Centered approach
42 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 1
Semantics
Syntax
Pragmatics
Phonology
meanings of words used
rule-governed structure of language
social usage of language
sound system of a language
Semantics
meanings of words used
Syntax
rule-governed structure of language
COMD 5200: Exam 2
Self Talk
Parallel Talk
Imitations
Expansion
tell child what you (the adult) is doing... ex: "i'm tying my sh…
short phrase the adult says as the child is playing, the adul…
repeat what child says in exact same manner
when you expand the child's baby like sentence in an adult se…
Self Talk
tell child what you (the adult) is doing... ex: "i'm tying my sh…
Parallel Talk
short phrase the adult says as the child is playing, the adul…
96 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 6
The role of diagnostic categories in DLD
intellectual disability
intellectual disability IQ
adaptive behavior found with intellect…
-eligibility for services... -identification of priorities for…
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
IQ score around 70-75 (at least 2 SD below the mean)
-conceptual skills... -social skills... -practical skills
The role of diagnostic categories in DLD
-eligibility for services... -identification of priorities for…
intellectual disability
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
COMD 5200 Test 4
characteristics of developing language…
When child is in DL stage, we're provi…
The family centered care comes out of…
Parents as partners during DL stage
-expressive vocab > 50... -begin combining words (MLU 2-5)... -not…
even though kids in this stage may be part of a more structur…
IDEA deals with disabilities, education ACT and the re-author…
-seek family's perspective on child's communication... -ID & add…
characteristics of developing language…
-expressive vocab > 50... -begin combining words (MLU 2-5)... -not…
When child is in DL stage, we're provi…
even though kids in this stage may be part of a more structur…
96 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 6
Diagnostic categories in DLD
intellectual disability
intellectual disability IQ
adaptive behavior - ID
-eligibility for services... -identification of priorities for…
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
IQ score around 70-75 (at least 2 SD below the mean)
-conceptual skills... -social skills... -practical skills
Diagnostic categories in DLD
-eligibility for services... -identification of priorities for…
intellectual disability
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
141 terms
COMD 5200 QUIZ 6
What should we consider when choosing…
The 3 role of diagnostic categories in…
Define intellectuation disability?
What would be the expected IQ score of…
1. Assessment results... 2. Strengths & weaknesses... 3. Family pri…
1. eligibility for services... 2. identification of priorities f…
significant limitations in intellectual functioning and adapt…
70-75 (at least 2 SD below the mean)
What should we consider when choosing…
1. Assessment results... 2. Strengths & weaknesses... 3. Family pri…
The 3 role of diagnostic categories in…
1. eligibility for services... 2. identification of priorities f…
COMD 5200 Exam 5
What is the developing language stage?
Intervention Policy Issues
Family-Centered Practice
Goals for children with developing lan…
- For typically developing children, occurs between 2 or 3 an…
- Individualized Educational Program [IEP]... - Intervention Set…
- Have meaningful and serious discussions about diagnostic fi…
- To help the child acquire intelligible, grammatical,... flexib…
What is the developing language stage?
- For typically developing children, occurs between 2 or 3 an…
Intervention Policy Issues
- Individualized Educational Program [IEP]... - Intervention Set…
65 terms
COMD 5200 - Quiz 6
Define Intellectual disability
What are some qualifications of an int…
What are some cognitive characteristic…
What are some language characteristics…
Significant limitations in intellectual functioning and in ad…
- IQ around 70-75 (at least 2 SD below the mean)... - Onset befo…
- Similar cognitive development of typical children but slowe…
Form... - Follows typical development (slower pace)... - Once MLU i…
Define Intellectual disability
Significant limitations in intellectual functioning and in ad…
What are some qualifications of an int…
- IQ around 70-75 (at least 2 SD below the mean)... - Onset befo…
50 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 2
Zone of proximal development
Parallel Talk
Focused Stimulation
Recast Sentence
Distance between what the child is doing currently and what h…
Describing the actions of a child as he performs the action
Bombarding the child with a particular form, tempting the chi…
Adding to a child's simple utterance while changing the sente…
Zone of proximal development
Distance between what the child is doing currently and what h…
Parallel Talk
Describing the actions of a child as he performs the action
98 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz 1
ASHA's definition of a Language Disord…
Elements of Language:... Form: ______, __…
Naturalist or Normative Perspective on…
Naturalist or Normative Perspective on…
Comprehension... Use... Spoken... Written... Symbol
Phonology, Morphology, Syntax... Semantics... Pragmatics
Naturalist
Normative
ASHA's definition of a Language Disord…
Comprehension... Use... Spoken... Written... Symbol
Elements of Language:... Form: ______, __…
Phonology, Morphology, Syntax... Semantics... Pragmatics
68 terms
COMD 5200 Module 6
intellectual disability
Down syndrome
1:700 live births
Williams syndrome
disorder characterized by significant limitations in intellec…
most common genetic cause of ID
incidence of Down syndrome
complex neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by multiple…
intellectual disability
disorder characterized by significant limitations in intellec…
Down syndrome
most common genetic cause of ID
114 terms
USU COMD 5200 - Unit 3
Family Centered Guidelines for Practice
Working with high-risk infants =
Strengths-based approach
Professional team members
Support, trust, respect parents/caregivers... Use strengths-base…
Working with their families
Focus on child's strengths, not weaknesses
MD, OT, PT, SLP, case manager (often SLP or MSW)
Family Centered Guidelines for Practice
Support, trust, respect parents/caregivers... Use strengths-base…
Working with high-risk infants =
Working with their families
81 terms
USU COMD 5200 - Unit 2
Purpose of Intervention
Change/Eliminate the Underlying Problem
Change the Disorder
Teach Compensatory Strategies
Change/Eliminate underlying problem... Change disorder... Teach com…
A purpose of intervention... Address the issue and they become n…
A purpose of intervention... Teach specific behaviors to make th…
A purpose of intervention... Give them tools to use in given set…
Purpose of Intervention
Change/Eliminate underlying problem... Change disorder... Teach com…
Change/Eliminate the Underlying Problem
A purpose of intervention... Address the issue and they become n…
COMD 5200 - Quiz 5
When is the developing language stage?
How do we include the family in the pl…
3 ways to include Family-Centered Prac…
Goals for intervention in DL stage
2/3 - 5 years... 2<MLU<5... Brown's Stages 2-5... (Very explosive stag…
- Meetings must be at a convenient time for both family and s…
- Have meaningful and serious discussions... -Respect the family…
-To help the child acquire intelligible, grammatical, flexibl…
When is the developing language stage?
2/3 - 5 years... 2<MLU<5... Brown's Stages 2-5... (Very explosive stag…
How do we include the family in the pl…
- Meetings must be at a convenient time for both family and s…
77 terms
COMD 5200 Exam 4
characteristics of developing language…
When child is in DL stage, we're provi…
The family centered cared comes out of…
Parents as partners during DL stage
-expressive vocab. > 50... -begun combining words (2< MLU < 5)... -…
-even though kids at this stage may be part of a more structu…
IDEA deals with disabilities, education ACT and the re-author…
-seek family's perspective on child's communication... -Identify…
characteristics of developing language…
-expressive vocab. > 50... -begun combining words (2< MLU < 5)... -…
When child is in DL stage, we're provi…
-even though kids at this stage may be part of a more structu…
115 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz #1
Impairment in comprehension and/or use…
What are the 3 pillars of language
What are the two views of language dis…
What is the focus of the naturalistic…
Language Disorder
Form, Content, Use
Naturalistic and Normative
deviations from the norm, such as low scores on standardized…
Impairment in comprehension and/or use…
Language Disorder
What are the 3 pillars of language
Form, Content, Use
117 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz #3
What are Family Centered Guidelines fo…
What is an IFSP?
What age range does and IFSP cover?
What is mandated to be included in an…
Support, trust and respect parents/caregivers, use strength b…
Individual Family Service Plan
Birth to 3
Child's present level of performance, family resources and co…
What are Family Centered Guidelines fo…
Support, trust and respect parents/caregivers, use strength b…
What is an IFSP?
Individual Family Service Plan
111 terms
COMD 5200 Quiz #4
What are the 3 reasons SLP's assess pr…
What are methods to assess pragmatics?
Where should direct observation be don…
What are 2 examples of pragmatic proto…
To determine if child is stronger in pragmatics compared to m…
Questionnaires, parent-report, direct observation
Natural communication environment
Peanut Butter Protocol and Pragmatic Protocol
What are the 3 reasons SLP's assess pr…
To determine if child is stronger in pragmatics compared to m…
What are methods to assess pragmatics?
Questionnaires, parent-report, direct observation
COMD 5200 Test 2
4 purposes for interventions
Compensatory strategies
Compensatory strategies requires
How to choose what intervention to use
1) Change or eliminate problem ... 2) Change the disorder ... 3) Te…
give child tools to be successful
great cognitive ability
Depends on that client and their individual needs ... - younger…
4 purposes for interventions
1) Change or eliminate problem ... 2) Change the disorder ... 3) Te…
Compensatory strategies
give child tools to be successful
1 of 9