Course Name: Diploma in hearing language and speech
Course Id: DHLS/Q0001.
Education Qualification: 10th Class.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Diploma in Hearing Language and Speech
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Introduction to Speech & Language pathology||100||40|
|Introduction to Audiology||100||40|
|Audio logical Management||100||40|
|Speech Language Assessment||100||40|
|Management of Communication||100||40|
|Audio logical Assessment||100||40|
Introduction to Speech & Language pathology
Introduction to communication, language & speech, Definitions of communication, language & speech, Interrelation between speech, language & hearing Prerequisites of communication: speaker, listener, speech chain, Functions of communication Types of language: Non-verbal: signs, symbols, gesture. Verbal: speech Parameters of language: orientation to phonology, semantics, syntax & pragmatics Parameters of Speech: voice, articulation, fluency, prosody – Voice: pitch, loudness, quality; -Fluency: rate, continuity, effort; -Prosody: stress, intonation & rhythm, Speech mechanism & speech production, Structure and functions of the speech mechanism, Acquisition/ Development of Language and speech.
Introduction to Audiology
Sound and Hearing: Definition of sound, Generation and transmission of sound, Physical and psychological attributes of sound, Structure of the ear, different parts of the ear, Functions of hearing, role of hearing in learning, Definition and meaning of hearing loss, Early identification and its importance, Evaluation of hearing: Methods of testing hearing, tuning fork, audiometry, parts of an audiometer, audiogram, Procedure for obtaining an audiogram, different types of audiograms, Factors that affect hearing evaluation, Informal testing, methods of screening and different conditions for hearing testing, use of different stimuli in rural set/ups, Care and maintenance of equipment.
Audio logical Management
Identification of different types of hearing aids, parts of a hearing aid, Identification of faults and undertaking minor repair assembling and managing group hearing aids Impression taking (children and adults) and making of ear molds, Students to present at least six pairs of ear molds – three pairs for adults and three pairs far children) for clinical examination at the end of term, Fitment of hearing aid in children and adults, and their maintenance, Do’s and don’ts of hearing aid use. Maintain records of six clients, three children and three adults, and submit the same for clinical exam. Students should also maintain six records of testing high risk infants / children and submit them during clinical exam.
Speech Language Assessment
Observation of, and completing, of case history and interview – minimum of normal and pathological children / adult clients, Observation, and completion of, speech – language, Demonstration with recordings: normal aspects of pitch, loudness, normal and abnormal voice, Demonstration with recordings of place and manner of articulation, Demonstration with recordings of rhythm, rate, & intonation in the speech, Demonstration with recordings of fluency / dysfluency features in the speech, Assessment of voice (perceptual analysis), articulation, and dysfluency: Articulation tests, Report writing – Maintenance of diary – Writing referral notes to other professionals.
Management of Communication
Concepts in disability, professional and personnel involved in disability, Attitude of parents/caregivers and clients towards disability and rehabilitation, Disability issues and society, Management of speech disorders, General speech therapy approaches – rationale, setting goals/planning (short term, long term) steps –MIDVAS etc, Management of language disorders: Speech-language stimulation techniques, Educational issues: Education of children with speech and language disorders, Educational problems faced by children with speech and language disorders, Preparatory training, Types of educational set up (mainstreaming and segregation), curricular development, preparation and/ use of teaching aids and language work book, Role of speech and hearing technician in education of children with speech and language disorders in educational settings.
Audio logical Assessment
Demonstrating parts and functions of pure tone audiometer and its controls, Familiarizing in handling different audiometers, hand held auditory screeners and screening procedures, Testing normal ears under supervision, different types of hearing loss and submit it at the end of the term, Familiarity with conditioning procedure for audiometry, Behavior observation and conditioning for audiometry, Need for calibration of audio logical equipment and procedures. Biological calibration of audiometer, To maintain record from case history to audiogram, To participate in at least two school screening and two camps.
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