Training (first year)

A.Y. 2020/2021
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Learning objectives
The aim of the course is to provide the student with the skills to observe and analyze the typical development of children aged 0-72 months, to observe and analyze the communicative, swallowing, linguistic, phono-articulatory, cognitive and motor skills in adults and elderly population, and to observe and analyze the rehabilitation setting, the speech therapist's professional acts, and the clinical therapeutic relationship. The course also aims to provide the student with the methods and tools to write reports on the educational, socio-welfare and rehabilitation's observations.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student will be able to identify the typical development milestones in children aged 0-72 months, to identify the characteristics of communicative-relational, linguistic, cognitive, motor and swallowing skills in adulthood and geriatric age, to identify the characteristics of the educational, health-care and rehabilitation setting, and to identify the main professional acts of the speech therapist. Furthermore, the student will be able to apply methods and use tools to observe and analyze the stages of the typical development of the child in the 0-72 month age range, of communicative-relational, linguistic, cognitive, motor and swallowing skills in adult and geriatric age. Finally the student will be able to elaborate and write reports on the observations carried out in the various educational, socio-welfare and rehabilitation contexts.
Course syllabus and organization
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Professor(s)
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