Speech-Language Pathology Preparation to Address Communicative Quality of Life Among People with Adult Neurogenic Disorders
Jamie Doronkin | PhD
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Physiological and psychosocial components impact quality of life for adults with neurogenic communication disorders. This study aimed to understand these components in pre-service preparation of speech-language pathology adult neurogenic communication courses. Interview and archival data sources were used in a mixed-methods analysis.
College of Education and Allied Health
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Communication Sciences and Disorders | Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Secondary Education | Speech Pathology and Audiology
Fontbonne University Archives
St. Louis, MO
neurogenic communication disorders, pre-service preparation, psychosocial, speech-language pathology
Kristek, Ethan, "Speech-Language Pathology Preparation to Address Communicative Quality of Life Among People with Adult Neurogenic Disorders" (2021). 2021 Projects. 3.
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