JLS473H1: Adult Speech and Language Disorders

Hours

36L

Students are introduced to the etiologies and characteristics of speech and language disorders in adults, associated with aphasia, neurodegenerative disorders, and head injuries. The effects of communication handicaps on the individual and theoretical underpinnings of the major intervention approaches for adults are discussed. Given by the Departments of Linguistics and Speech Language Pathology. (Not offered every year)

Prerequisite
LIN101H1, LIN102H1, and 1.0 credit at the 300+ level
Distribution Requirements
Science
Breadth Requirements
Living Things and Their Environment (4)
Mode of Delivery
In Class