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1998-99 HANDBOOKSpeech, Language, and Hearing Clinic Department of Special Education and Clinical
Services Indiana University of Pennsylvania
203 Davis Hall Indiana, PA 15705
www.iup.edu/special-ed/
Updated 01-23-2015
Standards and Implementations for the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)-2005
Bachelor of Science Program Academic Policies Bachelor of Science Program Curriculum Sequence Master of Science Program—Program Overview Master of Science Program – Academic Advising Sheet Speech Language Pathology--Graduate Course Descriptions Admission to Teacher Education and Certification – 3-Step Process Technical Standards for the Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology
CLINICAL CURRICULUM, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Clinical Education Goals Purpose of the Speech and Hearing Clinic Clinician Dress Code Outline of Practica Experiences Consent Form--Students Insurance Coverage Student Complaint Procedures Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience I Instructions
The Observer's Responsibility The ABC’s of Reporting Pre-Student Teaching Observation Form/Speech Pathology Pre-Student Teaching Observation Form/Non-Speech Pathology EDUC 242/ED 342 Observation Clinical Contact Hours Summary Forms
Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Experience II Lesson Plan Clinic Office File Procedures Speech Pathology Diagnosis Categories Case Management Outline Report Writing Case Summary Outline Report Writing Clinical Practicum--SPLP 420 Undergraduate Treatment Clinic Rating Scale Therapy Clinic, Practicum Treatment Contact Hours Form Observation Requirement Letter
Graduate Clinic Course Syllabi--Advanced Clinical Practicum I & II Treatment Clinic Rating Scale Therapy Clinic, Practicum Treatment Contact Hours Form Course Syllabus--Diagnostic Clinic Diagnostic Outline Report Writing Diagnostic Clinic Rating Scale Diagnostic Clinic, Diagnostic and Audiology Practicum Contact Hours Form Course Syllabus--Hearing Testing Clinic Hearing Clinic Rating Scale Hearing Clinic, Diagnostic and Audiology Practicum Contact Hours Form Internships at Graduate Level Health Requirements for Internships Form Internship Practicum Rating Scale Preschool - Therapeutic Internship Practicum Contact Hours Form School Age - Therapeutic Internship Practicum Contact Hours Form Adult - Therapeutic Internship Practicum Contact Hours Form Geriatric - Therapeutic Internship Practicum Contact Hours Form
Infection Control
APPENDICES Appendix I - Standards and Implementations for the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Appendix II - Clinical Fellowship: Requirements and Procedures
Appendix III
Appendix IV
Appendix V
Pennsylvania Code: Laws Governing Collection and Release of Information in Public Schools
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Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Program Overview Almost 50 years ago, a speech and hearing program was initiated at IUP. In 1965, the Department of Special Education and Clinical Services was formally developed and approved. In the area of Speech-Language Pathology, the Department now offers the following degree programs:
B.S. in Speech-Language Pathology M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology
The Speech-Language Pathology Program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). When a student has earned a Master degree, he/she will have completed the academic and clinical requirements mandated by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The goal of the M.S. Program at IUP is to prepare competent professionals to habilitate or rehabilitate individuals who have speech, language, or hearing disorders. The student will be eligible for appropriate certificates and licenses which will enable employment as a Speech-Language Pathologist.
Completion of the sequence of courses in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at the undergraduate level serves as a pre-professional program for students planning to become practicing speech-language pathologists or audiologists. To prepare for certification in Speech- Language Impaired from the Pennsylvania Department of Education must successfully complete 9 semester hours of College of Education course requirements for teacher certification prior to enrollment in the Masters of Science degree program and complete the three step process for Admission to Teacher Education and Certification found in this handbook prior to graduation from the Master of Science Program.
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Speech-Language Pathology Faculty Jill L. Brady earned her Ph.D. in Communication Science and Disorders from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008, and has been at Indiana University of Pennsylvania since 2006. Her clinical experience includes assessment and intervention with preschool and school-age populations. Her areas of interest include pediatric language disorders, second language acquisition, bilingual language development, and the cognitive processes involved in sentence comprehension.
Lori Lombard earned a M.S. degree in Speech Pathology in 1992 from James Madison University and a Ph.D. in Communication Disorders in 1996 from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Lombard joined the IUP faculty as Associate Professor in 2002, after serving 6 years as Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology and Associate Director of Speech Language Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. She teaches courses in Voice Disorders, Laryngectomy Rehabilitation, and Speech Science. Dr. Lombard is ASHA certified in Speech-Language Pathology. Lisa Hammett Price received a M.S. degree in speech-language pathology in 1994 from James Madison University and a Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2004 from the University of Georgia. Dr. Price spent 9 years working as an SLP in public and international schools using pullout as well as collaborative and integrated service delivery models and developing early literacy curriculum with teachers. She joined the faculty as an associate professor in 2007. She teaches courses in language disorders in children, AAC, and early literacy development, and research design and statistics.
Cynthia Richburg joined IUP in September 2006 to serve as the faculty liaison between IUP and Bloomsburg University’s Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program. She also teaches audiology clinic for IUP graduate students enrolled in the Speech Language Pathology program. In addition to her career as a clinical audiologist, she has served on the faculty of the University of Utah, The State University of New York at New Paltz, and Missouri State University. Cynthia earned her graduate degrees in the discipline from the University of Tennessee—an M.A. in Audiology in 1989 and a Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Science in 1998.
Shari A. Robertson received a M.S. in Communicative Disorders from Central Michigan University in 1982, and a Ph.D. in Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin in 1997. Professor Robertson joined the faculty in 1997 as Assistant Professor and teaches language development and language disorders. She currently serves as Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Coordinator. Dr. Robertson is ASHA certified in Speech-Language Pathology.
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David W. Stein earned a M.A. degree in Speech Pathology in 1976 from Kent State University (after earning a B.S.Ed. from IUP), and a Ph.D. in Communication Disorders in 1984 from the University of Pittsburgh. Professor Stein joined the IUP faculty in 1992, following a sixteen year career as a clinician and clinical program manager, chiefly in healthcare settings. His courses focus on neuropathologies affecting speech, language, and swallowing. Dr. Stein currently serves as Speech-Language Pathology Program Director and Assistant Department Chairperson. He is ASHA certified in Speech-Language Pathology.
Karen Stein received a M.A. degree in Speech Pathology from Kent State University. She joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor in 2003, after 22 years managing rehabilitation programs at Latrobe Area and Sewickley Valley Hospitals. Karen serves as Director of the IUP Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic. She is responsible for the clinical education of our undergraduate and graduate students, as well as internship placements. She is ASHA certified in Speech-Language Pathology.
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Standards and Implementations for the Certificate for Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association - 2005
Please view the following website for standards:
Completion of the sequence of courses in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology serves as a pre-professional program for students planning to become practicing speech-language pathologists or audiologists. Students entering the undergraduate program should be aware of the following:
IUP is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).
National certification (the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology), state licensure, and Pennsylvania Department of Education Certification in Speech-Language Impaired are available only to holders of the Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology.
Students will need to project a minimum QPA of 3.5 to qualify for admission to most graduate schools.
Upon completion of a Master degree at IUP, students will be prepared to provide services in work settings such as hospitals, community clinics, public health programs, and rehabilitation settings.
Students must have an overall QPA of 3.0 to enroll in 300 and 400 level courses.
Students who elect to prepare for certification in Speech-Language Impaired from the Pennsylvania Department of Education must successfully complete the College of Education requirements listed below prior to enrollment in the Masters of Science degree in the Speech- Language Pathology Program at IUP:
EDEX 103 Technology in Special Education COMM103 Tech for Learning Instruction or equivalent technology course.
EDSP102 Educational Psychology
EDUC242 Pre-Student Teaching I, EDUC342 Pre-Student Teaching II, or equivalent observation coursework.
The University Speech and Hearing Clinic serves as the laboratory for undergraduate clinical practicum. Prior to registration for the clinical practicum course (SPLP420), students must earn a QPA of 3.0 and complete at least 20 hours of clinical observation through enrollment in EDUC242 ( the remaining 5 hours of observation completed in EDUC342 is optional prior to registering for clinical practicum course).
25 hours of observation of speech-language pathology supervised by a professional holding a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology must be obtained prior to enrollment in the graduate program.
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SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY & AUDIOLOGY Curriculum Sequence Guide
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER SEM GRADE SEM GRADE Fine Arts(ARHI, MUHI, THTR101; DANC102).3 ___ _____ HIST 196, 197, or 198...........3 ___ _____ ENGL 101 English Composition I....3 ___ _____ #HPED 143 Health & Wellness OR BIOL 104 General Biology II.......4 ___ _____ FDNT 143 Nutrition & Wellness...3 ___ _____ SPLP 111 Intro to Comm Disorders..3 ___ _____ PHYS/SCI 105 or any PHYS/CHEM.3-4 ___ _____ EDEX 111 Intro Excep Persons......3 ___ _____ SPLP 222 Intro to Audiology.....3 ___ _____ 16 credits EDEX 103 Tech in Special Ed (section for SPLE majors only)……………………3 ___ _____ 15-16 credits
START PORTFOLIO TAKE PEARSON PRE-SERVICE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT EXAMS DURING THIS YEAR:
(READING, WRITING, MATHEMATICS) THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER SEM GRADE SEM GRADE EDSP 102 Educational Psych........3 ___ _____ SPLP 242 Speech Science I....3 ___ _____ SPLP 122 Clinical Phonology.......3 ___ _____ SPLP 251 A & P...............3 ___ _____ PSYC 101 Gen Psych.(LS Soc Sci)...3 ___ _____ SPLP 275 Language Science....3 ___ _____ LS Elective (MATH 217 Prob&Stat)..3 ___ _____ ENGL 202 English Comp II.....3 ___ _____ ENGL 121 Humanities Lit...........3 ___ _____ MATH ___ __________(LS Math).3 ___ _____ 15 credits 15 credits
SUBMIT PORTFOLIO FOR EVALUATION APPLY FOR ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER SEM GRADE SEM GRADE SPLP 311 Aural Rehab..............3 ___ _____ SPLP 342 Speech Science II...3 ___ _____ SPLP 334 Language Development.....3 ___ _____ SPLP 406 Artic&Lang Dis (W)..3 ___ _____ EDUC 242 Pre-Student Tch I........1 ___ _____ EDUC 342 Pre-Student Tch II..1 ___ _____ Phil/Rel Studies.________________.3 ___ _____ Free Elective ___________....3 ___ _____ *LS Soc Sci Elective _____________.3 ___ _____ LS Elective (PSYC 310).......3 ___ _____ *LS Elective ___________________...3 ___ _____ 13 credits 16 credits
TAKE PRAXIS FUNDAMENTAL SUBJECTS: CONTENT KNOWLEDGE SEVENTH SEMESTER EIGHTH SEMESTER SEM GRADE SEM GRADE SPLP 401 Comm & Soc Comp Autism(W)3 ___ _____ SPLP 408 Organic Disorders...3 ___ _____ SPLP 412 Organ & Admin S&H Prog...3 ___ _____ SPLP 420 Speech Clinic (W)... OR *LS Soc Sci Elective ___________...3 ___ _____ Free Elective ___________....3 ___ _____ EDUC 442 School Law...............1 ___ _____ Free Elective ___________....3 ___ _____ Free Elective ___________.........3 ___ ____ Free Elective ___________....3 ___ _____ Free Elective ___________.... 2-3 ___ _____ Free Elective ___________....3 ___ _____ 15-16 credits 15 credits #You may chose to take MLSC 101 Military Science I & MLSC 102 Military Science II during two separate semesters as an alternate to this requirement. *One LS elective OR one LS social science elective OR one free elective) must be a LS global and multicultural awareness course NOTE: The PRAXIS Speech-Language Pathology exam is to be taken during the second year of the master degree program.
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Master of Science Program--Speech-Language Pathology The Speech-Language Pathology Program culminates in a Master of Science degree. IUP is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association (ASHA). The program provides for the completion of the academic and practicum requirements for the Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA, for the Pennsylvania Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology, and for the Pennsylvania Department of Education Certificate in Speech and Language Impaired. The tripartite role is fulfilled by completion of all the course requirements for the B.S.Ed. and the M.S. degrees. Consequently, applicants who do not meet all of the undergraduate requirements will be asked to complete a majority of the deficiencies before registering for graduate courses. Workshops are not to be considered applicable for degree requirements. There is an option to complete a thesis, as well
Candidates for the Master of Science degree must meet the academic and practicum requirements for the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology awarded by ASHA. A minimum 48-51 semester hours is required for the degree.
Admission Policy: The Graduate Admission Committee will review all applicants for admission in terms of courses listed on the transcript(s) as well as grade point average. Applicants will be informed of any deficiencies when they receive the acceptance letter from the Graduate School. Undergraduate courses in the major with a letter grade below a "C" will not be accepted as a prerequisite to graduate study and will be treated as a course deficiency.
Because clinical training opportunities limit the number of applicants that the program can accept, an undergraduate grade point average of 3.5 or higher is often required for an application to be competitive. Applicants with a grade point average below 3.0 will not be considered for acceptance.
Persons who are natives of other countries must achieve a score at the 90th percentile or higher on the written TOEFL and on the Test of Spoken English. If they are not graduates of an undergraduate program in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, the restrictions relative to completing deficiencies will also apply. Furthermore, the applicant must provide the program's Graduate Admission Committee with an audio tape recording of 20 minutes of free conversation with a colleague and 20 minutes of reading from a professional text. The Committee will judge the adequacy of the spoken language relative to General American English. Observation hours and clinical practicum completed in another country will be accepted only when they have been supervised by a speech-language pathologist or an audiologist who holds the appropriate certification from ASHA.
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Retention in Program: No person will be granted a degree who has more than one "C" grade in graduate courses in Speech-Language Pathology. Only one of these courses may be repeated. Clinical courses must be completed with a grade of "B" or higher to meet the requirements for graduation. Furthermore, the practicum hours in clinical courses with a grade of "C" or lower will not apply to ASHA certification or state licensure requirements.
National Examination: Prior to receiving their degree, students must either pass the Speech- Language Pathology Praxis II Exam and provide evidence to the Graduate Coordinator or pass comprehensive examination questions. The examination should be taken during the last year of enrollment.
Graduate Phase: Required courses.
Course Code Course # Course Title Credits SPLP 600 Neurolinguistics 3 SPLP 604 Diagnostic Methods 3 SPLP 610 Articulation 3 SPLP 616 Stuttering 3 SPLP 618 Voice 3 SPLP 630 Language-Disorders of Children 3 SPLP 635 Seminars in Cleft Palate-Head and Neck
Surgery, Audiology, Counseling, AAC, and Professional Issues
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SPLP 632 Neurological Communication Disorders 3 SPLP 661 Advanced Clinical Practicum I 2 SPLP 662 Diagnostic Clinic 1 SPLP 663 Hearing Testing Clinic 1 SPLP 671 Advanced Clinical Practicum II 2 GSR 615 Elements of Research 3
Internship-two of the following: SPLP 696 Internship in Hospital 6 SPLP 698 Internship in Schools 6
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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ACADEMIC ADVISING SHEET FOR CCC AND PDE CERTIFICATION
IUP REQUIREMENT (or equivalent course if taken elsewhere) BASIC MATH & SCIENCE COURSES
Min./ actual cr.
Grade
BIOL103/104 General Biology (one science course also for PDE Cert., C or better) 3 / GEOS , CHEM , PHYS or other physical science course (C or better): 3/ MATH217 Probability & Statistics (also for PDE Cert.) 3/ EDSP102 Educational Psychology (also for PDE Cert.) 3/ PSYC101 General Psychology (or other social sciences) 3/ PSYC310 Developmental Psychology 3/
Basic Math & Science Subtotal: 12/ BASIC HUMAN COMMUNICATION AND SWALLOWING SPLP222 Introduction to Audiology 3/ SPLP251 Anatomy & Physiology of Speech Mech. 3/ SPLP122 Clinical Phonology 3/ SPLP242 Speech Science I 3/ SPLP334 Language Development 3/ SPLP342 Speech Science II 3/
Basic Human Communication and Swallowing Subtotal: 18/
DISORDERS AND DIFFERENCES: NATURE, PREVENTION, ASSESSMENT, & INTERVENTION Undergraduate SPLP111 Introduction to Communication Disorders 3/ SPLP311 Aural Rehabilitation 3/ SPLP406 Articulation and Language Disorders 3/ SPLP408 Stuttering and Voice Disorders 3/
Disorders and Differences/Undergraduate Subtotal: 12/
Graduate SPLP600 Neurolinguistics 3 SPLP604 Diagnostic Methods 3 SPLP610 Articulation 3 SPLP616 Stuttering 3 SPLP618 Voice 3 SPLP630 Language Disorders of Children 3 SPLP632 Neurological Communication Disorders 3 SPLP635 Seminar in 1-3/ SPLP635 Seminar in 1-3/ SPLP635 Seminar in 1-3/ SPLP635 Seminar in 1-3/ SPLP635 Seminar in ______________________ 1-3 SPLP661 Advanced Clinical Practicum I 2 SPLP662 Diagnostic Clinic 1 SPLP663 Hearing Clinic 1 SPLP671 Advanced Clinical Practicum II 2 SPLP796/7/8 Internship in (798 specified for PDE certification) 6 SPLP796/7/8 Internship in 6
Disorders and Differences /Graduate Subtotal: 48/ PROFESSIONAL ISSUES, CREDENTIALS, AND ETHICS EDUC242 Pre-Student Teaching I 1 EDUC342 Pre-Student Teaching II 1 SPLP412 Organization and Administration of Speech and Hearing Programs (also for PDE cert.) 3
Professional Issues Subtotal: 5/ RESEARCH PRINCIPLES GSR615 Elements of Research 3 SPLP795 Thesis (optional) 3
Research Subtotal: 3/ GRAND TOTAL FOR CCC-SLP REQUIREMENTS: 98/
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PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS BIOL103/104 General Biology (or other basic science courses) 3 ENGL101 College Writing (composition course, C or better) 3 (4) ENGL121 Humanities Literature (literature course, C or better) 3 MATH (must be at least 100 level, C or better; MATH101 or higher for IUP Liberal .Studies) 3 MATH217 Probability & Statistics (C or better) 3 EDSP102 Educational Psychology 3 EDEX103 Tech in Special Ed or COMM103 Digital Instructional Tech 3 SPLP412 Organization and Administration of Speech and Hearing Programs 3 SPLP798 Internship in Schools 6
PRAXIS II EXAMS REQUIRED FOR PDE (TEST CODE) Passing Score Actual Score Fundamental Subjects: Content Knowledge (0511) 150 Teaching Speech to Students with Language Impairments (0881) OR Speech-Language Pathology (0330)
159 600
PRAXIS II EXAM FOR CCC & PA LICENSE (TEST CODE) Passing Score Actual Score Speech-Language Pathology (0330) 600
If SLP PRAXIS II exam not passed, date passed comprehensive exam:
Date of final review of KASA:
Date of final portfolio review for PDE/NCATE:
7-28-14
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Speech Language Pathology--Graduate Course Descriptions
SPLP 600 Neurolinguistics An overview of basic anatomy of those portions of the central nervous system that control linguistic functions, hypotheses accounting for evolution of the linguistic system, and the neurological control of human communication. The course will prepare the student for advanced study of speech and language development and neurogenic communication disorders of children and adults.
SPLP 604 Diagnostic Methods
Introduction to formal and informal procedures for evaluating speech and language disorders, selection of tests and techniques, reliability and validity of procedures, interviewing techniques appropriate to case history. Preparation of evaluation and case history reports; preparation of management programs.
SPLP 610 Articulation
SPLP 616 Stuttering
Nature and causes of stuttering. Emphasis on diagnosis and management. Counseling and learning theory application as two main approaches to treatment. Consideration of the person as a stutterer. Review of pertinent and recent research topics.
SPLP 618 Voice
SPLP 630 Language Disorders of Children
Anatomical, physiological, psychological, neurological, and environmental factors related to language delay or disordered language acquisition. An inventory of language skills and means of fostering their development or compensating for inadequacies; a holistic versus specific approach to programs of remediation.
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SPLP 632 Neurological Communication Disorders Consideration of language, speech, and related problems resulting from neurological insult. Neurological dysfunctioning will be highlighted. Diagnosis and management of persons…