Communication: Speech Language Pathology Assistant (SLPA) , Associate in Science
Upon successful completion of the certificate, the student demonstrates skills, knowledge and training to conduct speech-language screening, without interpretation, and using screening protocols developed by the supervising speech-language pathologist; provide direct treatment assistance to patients or clients under the supervision of a speech-language pathologist; follow implementing documented treatment plans or protocols developed by a supervising speech-language pathologist; document patient or client progress toward meeting established objectives; report the information to a supervising speech-language pathologist; assist a speech-language pathologist during assessments, including, but not limited to, assisting with formal documentation, preparing materials, and performing clerical duties; schedule activities and prepare charts, records, graphs, and data; perform checks and maintain equipment, including, but not limited to, augmentative communication devices; and assist with speech-language pathology research projects, in-service training, and family or community education.
Minimum Units Required: 64
Please refer to SECTION III, Academic Programs, Special Admission Programs, Communication Speech-Language Pathology Assistant for Application Process and Selection Procedure
Minimum Units 64