Curiosity, Dialogue, and Knowledge
*This Student Handbook was a project completed by a recent graduate student of mine, Sarah Unwer, M.S., CFY-SLP. She did a fantastic job, and her work can help out others who would like to have a clinical notebook to guide them along their path. Even for those of us that have been at it a little longer, this provides a nice framework for clinical practice. Enjoy, and thanks Sarah!
The information for this handbook came from Sarah’s graduate school notes at the University of Central Arkansas. A special thank you goes out to all those excellent professors at my and Sarah’s Alma Mater. (A special thanks to Dr. Logan, Dr. Moss-Logan, Dr. Kim McCullough, Dr. Gary McCullough, Dr. Lance, and any and all other faculty that helped with providing the notes that have been distilled into this clinical handbook). Each section of the handbook will be a separate subset so it’s easier to digest and to print off, if you so desire. Part 1 on Aphasia Assessment has been formatted for the computer… more to come soon!