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Speech and Communication Disorders: A Case Study as a Teaching Example of Lifelong Training for All

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105162, PP. 1-6

Subject Areas: Education

Keywords: Speech, Communication Disorders, Special Education, Lifelong Training for All

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Speech and communication disorders are a category of special educational needs and can affect the evolution of the individual. The aim of this report is to present a case study as a teaching example. While studying this case, real or hypothetical examples, which reflect more general situations, are presented in order to analyze and investigate them thoroughly. The purpose of this is to provide alternative solutions to the emerging problems. The presentation of written case studies can become a really important part of the educational procedure. Case studies form the core of the recognition process and signify the end of a successful training. Moreover, case studies are an important element for lifelong training of both educators and therapists. A hypothetical case is presented in this report together with the symptomatology it shows. Furthermore, the diagnosis procedure and the way the problems of the specific student have been dealt with are presented. Finally, some basic conclusions are reached based on the information that has already been presented.

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Ioannidi, V. and Samara, E. (2019). Speech and Communication Disorders: A Case Study as a Teaching Example of Lifelong Training for All. Open Access Library Journal, 6, e5162. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1105162.

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