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Clinical Experience

Undergraduate Practicum:

Candidates for the Bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders gain practical experiences by observing therapy.  These experiences allow students to begin to develop their clinical skills by exposing them to a variety of communicative disorders and offer students the opportunity to develop insight into communicative disorders and remediation.  Senior-level students have the opportunity to deliver services as clincal aides alongside graduate student clinicians.

Graduate Practicum:

Candidates for the Master's degree in CDIS complete a program of study that includes supervised, direct client contact sufficient in breadth and depth to demonstrate appropriate diagnostic, intervention, and professional interaction skills that lead toward ASHA certification and state licensure.  Graduate students gain valuable experience with a variety of client populations across the lifespan with a range of communicative and swallowing disorders and differences.  Students complete three semesters in the Texas State Speech-Language-Hearing clinic, and two semesters in full-time, off-campus practicum sites.

Department of Communication Disorders (CDIS)

http://www.health.txstate.edu/cdis/

 

Student Web Resources

 

Audiology Resources

www.audiology.org/resources/consumer/Pages/default.aspx
Consumer guides on hearing loss from the American Academy of Audiology 

General information on hearing and hearing loss- some technical
 
Information for hearing loss in children
 
Consumer guides on hearing loss from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association
 
Web Site for Learning Disabilities/Differences
 
Hearing aid manufacturer
 
Hearing aid manufacturer
 
Home company for FastForward
 
Home page for Lindamood-Bell reading products
 
National organization for (central) auditory processing disorders
 
Westone: The In-Ear Experts