Intermediate Clinic 2: Adult & Community (CSCD3083)

UNIT OF STUDY

Students will be responsible for planning and conducting an assessment of a paediatric client and related activities. Students will also be responsible for the management of adult clients in on and/or off-campus clinical settings in a weekly placement followed by a block placement. Students will be expected at the end of this unit of study to demonstrate skills within the intermediate zone of COMPASS Competency Assessment in Speech Pathology for all 11 competencies with adult clients across the range indicators (CBOS, 2011) of speech, language, voice and fluency disorders, unless the complexity of the disorder or specialist clinical setting indicates otherwise.

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Further unit of study information

Classes

clinical placement Monday to Friday for a minimum 12 face to face client hours per semester, regular compulsory group supervision meetings, 3 week block placement or equivalent

Assessment

Clinical competency assessment (100%), case based viva ()% barrier task), required paperwork (0% barrier task) and CPR certificate (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 (2

Faculty/department permission required?

Yes

Unit of study rules

Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

CSCD3075 and CSCD3077

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