Intermediate Clinic 1: Child (CSCD3077)

UNIT OF STUDY

Students will be responsible for the management of paediatric clients and engage in supervisory conferences each week, during semester. Students may be placed in either on or off-campus clinics. At the end of this unit of study, students will be expected to demonstrate skills within the intermediate zone of COMPASS Competency Assessment in Speech Pathology for all 11 competencies with child clients across the range of practice areas (CBOS, 2011) of speech, language, voice, fluency and multi-modal communication disorders, unless the complexity of the disorder or specialist clinical setting indicates otherwise.

Our courses that offer this unit of study

Further unit of study information

Classes

clinical placement Monday to Friday for a minimum 24 face to face client hours per semester, regular compulsory group supervision meetings

Assessment

clinical competency assessment (100%), attend clinic orientation and all clinical meetings (0% barrier task) and complete all required clinical paperwork (0% barrier task)

Textbooks

There are no textbooks for this unit. You need to refer to the following documents:
COMPASS Competency Assessment in Speech Pathology: Assessment Resource Manual (2013)
Competency Based Occupational Standards (CBOS) for Speech Pathologists: Entry Level (2011)
CDTRC Clinic Handbook (available on eLearning)
Academic lecture materials relevant to the caseload(s)

Faculty/department permission required?

Yes

Unit of study rules

Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

CSCD2058 and CSCD2062 and CSCD3086 and (CSCD2066 or CSCD2067)

Corequisites

CSCD3075

Study this unit outside a degree

Non-award/non-degree study

If you wish to undertake one or more units of study (subjects) for your own interest but not towards a degree, you may enrol in single units as a non-award student.

Cross-institutional study

If you are from another Australian tertiary institution you may be permitted to underake cross-institutional study in one or more units of study at the University of Sydney.