ASHA Course Code: Service Delivery Associated with Speech, Language, Hearing and Related Disorders – 7010
We know that client perspectives form one third of the Evidence Based Practice triad. But what does it look like to truly engage families in your practice?
This session explains the importance family centered interventions. Effective collaboration with our families maximizes clinical and educational efforts, supports the families’ goals, and incorporates functional outcomes for daily living activities. And as we know, families are experts on their own children and often provide vital information that we may miss in a more standardized setting. Participants walk away energized with evidence-based practices and specific strategies for intervention.
Level, Authors, and Disclosures
Financial Disclosure: Phuong Lien Palafox, M.S., CCC-SLP was an employee of Bilinguistics. Bilinguistics receives royalty payments for online courses.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Phuong Lien Palafox does not have any non-financial relationships to disclose.
Per the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Evidence-Based Practice is comprised of three components. First, there’s the external evidence. Second, there’s clinical expertise/expert opinion. Third is the client/patient/caregiver perspectives. Each component of this trifecta is equally important. Let us take a moment to think about considerations regarding caretakers and families to maximize our communicative efforts. This course concludes by examining a long-term informal survey regarding what parents want from a speech-language pathologist.
Describe the role of family-centered practice within the scope of evidence-based practices.
Identify and describe the tenets of family-centered practice within the role and responsibilities of speech-language pathologists
List effective strategies to use as a speech-language pathologist when working within the scope of family-centered practices.
Describe and discuss family-centered considerations for case studies.
02 minutes–Introductions and Disclosures
15 minutes– Tenets of Family-Centered Practice within the definition of Evidence-Based Practices
30 minutes-Interventions to Increase Family-Centered Practice within Educational and Clinical
10 minutes – Case studies
03 minutes- Closing