Speech and Hearing Sciences | Diagnostic & Management of Adult Aphasia
S537 | 10613 | M. Gospel

This course provides an in depth review of aphasia including a
description of common causes, relevant neuroanatomy, and the various
aphasia classification systems.  Discussion of concomitant
symptomatology, including cognitive (attention, memory, executive
functions) and psychosocial problems also is provided.  The latter
half of the course focuses on critically evaluating the most current
aphasia assessment tools and treatment techniques.  Course
requirements include readings, class participation, an individual and
group written assignment, and in-class examinations.