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Admission/Discharge Criteria in Speech-Language Pathology

Guidelines Admission/Discharge Criteria in Speech-Language Pathology ... Speech-language pathologists are frequently asked to provide admission and discharge criteria [ ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2004
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL2004-00046
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Gender Equality in Language Use

The 1992 guidelines supersede the guidelines titled “Guidelines for Nonsexist Language in Journals of ASHA,” Asha, ... The unconscious dynamics of language choice.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1993
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL1993-00200
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Structure and Function of an Interdisciplinary Team for Persons With Acquired Brain Injury

This document was approved by the Speech-Language Pathology/Speech-Language Science Assembly of ASHA's Legislative ... Scope of practice in speech-language pathology.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2007
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL2007-00288
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Professional Performance Review Process for the School-Based Speech-Language Pathologist

These Guidelines are an official statement of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). ... Performance dimensions for speech-language therapists.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2006
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL2006-00275
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Medicaid Guidance for School-Based Speech-Language Pathology Services: Addressing the "...

Guidelines Medicaid Guidance for School-Based Speech-Language Pathology Services: ... Speech-language pathologists should contact the Medicaid agency to determine the ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2005
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL2005-00056
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Roles of Speech-Language Pathologists and Teachers of Children Who Are Deaf and Hard of...

Guidelines Roles of Speech-Language Pathologists and Teachers of Children Who Are Deaf and Hard ... Specialized Roles of Speech-Language Pathologists ... Return to Top

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2004
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL2004-00202
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Guidelines for Speech-Language Pathologists Performing Videofluoroscopic Swallowing...

Guidelines Guidelines for Speech-Language Pathologists Performing Videofluoroscopic Swallowing ... About this Document ... The guidelines follow the executive summary.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2004
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL2004-00050
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Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist in the Performance and Interpretation of...

Guidelines Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist in the Performance and ... for professional practices in speech-language pathology, served as monitoring vice ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 2004
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL2004-00059
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Guidelines for Meeting the Communication Needs of Persons With Severe Disabilities

Guidelines Guidelines for Meeting the Communication Needs of Persons With Severe ... on Language (1991) recently published “Guidelines for Speech-Language Pathologists ...

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1992
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL1992-00201
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Terminology Pertaining to Fluency and Fluency Disorders: Guidelines

... the “dys” prefix in the field of speech-language pathology implies an underlying, organic impairment ... Every speech act requires the speaker to exert some effort.

Source: ASHA Practice Policy
Year: 1999
Document Type:: Guidelines
doi: 10.1044/policy.GL1999-00063

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