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SLP Praxis Examination Study Guide$99.00 Buy on Amazon
The Speech-Language Pathology Praxis Examination Study Guide created by Medical SLPs© is a comprehensive study resource filled with outlines, visual graphs, multiple-choice practice questions, and more and is designed to help students prepare for the national Praxis® examination administered by Educational Testing Services (ETS). Passing of the Speech-Language Pathology Praxis (5331) examination is one of several required components for obtaining the Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). A score of 162 is required to pass the SLP Praxis exam for purposes of ASHA certification. Most states have the same score requirements as ASHA, however, it is important to check your local state licensure guidelines as passing standards may vary state by state.
‣ 140 + Pages
‣ High-Resolution, Full-Color Graphics
‣ Test (5331) Information
‣ Studying Checklist
‣ Comprehensive Outlines
‣ Figures, Graphs and Charts
‣ Practice Test Questions
‣ Answer Key
Not Your Average Word Retrieval WorkbookSale!
The Word Retrieval Workbook includes a variety of speech therapy resources and functional activities that can be used to target word finding deficits. Individuals with word finding deficits typically know what they want to say, but experience difficulty finding the right words to speak. This workbook contains 180+ pages and each section includes suggestions for use, sample short-term goals, cueing examples, and much more!
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Not Your Average Functional Speech Therapy Workbook$99.00 Buy on Amazon
The Functional Speech Therapy Workbook contains five sections and includes 340+ pages of functional activities that can be used to target real world cognitive-linguistic skills. Over the last decade, Person-centered care (PCC) has become the new standard across healthcare settings. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are “expected to provide PCC as part of their therapeutic interactions” (DiLollo & Favreau, 2010). Based on a person-centered care model, SLPs should select functional goals, plan functional treatment activities, and report functional gains (Elman & Bernstein-Ellis, 1995). But what does ‘functional’ therapy really mean? It is important that the patient and his or her family is involved in the treatment plan, especially when setting individualized short- and long- term goals. Ultimately, the goal of treatment should aim to maximize independence and improve quality of life. Unlike a typical workbook, this resource is packed with practical and relevant treatment materials that support this model and promote generalization into activities of daily living.
- 300 + pages
- Person-centered therapy
- Treatment ideas and activities
- No-prep worksheets
- Compensatory strategies
- + more!
Not Your Average Aphasia Therapy WorkbookRated 5.00 out of 5Sale!
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The Aphasia Therapy Workbook is divided into four parts and includes 450+ pages of functional therapy materials that can be used to target a variety of receptive and expressive language skills in persons with aphasia. Each section features research-based techniques, therapy ideas, treatment tasks, sample goals, and much more. Designed to support both new and experienced clinicians, this comprehensive workbook contains practical and relevant resources to treat aphasia.
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