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הידעת? הדפדפן שהינך גולש ממנו אינו עדכני

הדפדפן שהינך גולש ממנו אינו עדכני ויתכן שהאתר אינו יעבוד בצורה טובה. הדפדפנים הנתמכים באתר הם:

לחץ על האיקונים למעבר לדף ההורדה של הדפדפן

סגירת חלונית אל תציג בשנית

בסגירת החלונית תועבר/י לאתר מותאם לדפדפן ויתכן כי חלק מהאתר לא יעבוד בצורה מיטבית

Department of Communication Disorders (B.A.)

הדפסה דוא

About the Department

Department Chair: Ph.D. Leah Fostick

The Department of Communication Disorders is one of the four departments in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Ariel University

 

Program Objectives:

 

  1. The program is designed to train communication clinicians in the fields of hearing, language and speech. An emphasis will be put on speech and language skills among special populations, such as children with autism, learning disabilities etc. The goal of the program is to provide students with broad theoretical knowledge and practical tools that will allow students to deal with a variety of disorders once they graduate. The program is designed to produce clinicians with broad knowledge and a variety of skills. A career as a communication therapist can even lead to a position as head of an interdisciplinary team that plans and regulates complete therapy programs for children with complex disabilities (e.g. autism).
  2. To provide students with a broad knowledge base of research the will allow interested students to continue to graduate studies in communication disorder related fields.

 

Academic program

 

The academic program spans 7 semesters (three and a half academic years) and includes lectures, tutorials, workshops, observation and clinical experience (in addition to university required courses: heritage, English, writing skills). The department reserves the right to change the academic program.

T he program is based on three main components:

Foundational Science - health science, behavioral science, foundation of research and related scientific fields.

Language and Speech: Normal development vs. pathological development

Hearing science: Hearing and hearing disabilities.

In addition students will study other related fields (e.g. Israeli sign language, combination therapy).

The various topics taught will relate to the structure, function and proper development of systems that are involved in human communication and the pathological states and failure in acquiring communication skills.

 

 

Clinical Experience

Clinical experience and observation are part of the academic plan throughout the entire length of the program. Clinical experience will be gained in various learning and treatment centers as follows:

First year: observation in kindergartens and regular and special education schools, as well as hearing clinics.

Second year: observation in audiology clinics, language and speech disorder clinics, child development clinics and rehabilitation centers. In addition, students will practice dummy hearing tests using computer programs that simulate a variety of hearing disorders.

Third and fourth year: practical work under supervision in clinics and institutes involving diagnostics and treatment of hearing, communication, language and speech disorders in various populations.

עדכון אחרון ב-שלישי, 07 פברואר 2017 14:16
 

 

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