Service Delivery Models in Speech Pathology Essay by Master Researcher

Service Delivery Models in Speech Pathology
An overview of the pull-out intervention model of speech-language pathology and its advantages.
# 89688 | 900 words | 2 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Education (Special) , Language (General)

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There are a number of different interventions available to the speech-language specialist. All interventions have their benefits, but not to all students. Because of the many models available, however, the speech-language specialist should be able to find one that meshes with his or her working style and is beneficial to his or her clients. This speech-language pathology paper discusses the the pull-out intervention model and offers support for its use.

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"At one time, speech-language specialists in a school setting worked in isolation from the rest of the teaching staff. This isolation was not merely physical; rather, the lesson plan used by the speech-language specialist existed in isolation as well. With legislation that requires integration of all subject programs--including those like speech therapy--this model of speech-language therapy delivery has changed. The number of speech-language specialists in the schools will increase, according to the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook, due to the influx of specialists coming under contract to fill these requirements (par. 22). "

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