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Environmental capstone project ideas capstone countertops charlotte for money dynamics crm presentation thanks Alan great to be here today and I'm closing off this section on rehabilitation sciences and building on what Cathy and Susan have already told you I'm going to talk a little bit about speech-language pathology so our program was established in 1958 next year is our 60th anniversary we're very excited about that we became a master's degree program in 1980 and were the largest speech-language pathology program in Canada we also have an MSC and PhD research streams that we started in 1995 and those are currently one through the rehabilitation Sciences Institute but today I'm going to talk about that master of Health Science our clinical program this is our website so I'm just going to direct you there for a lot of information and more specifics that you can go to but first of all who our speech-language pathologists were a newer profession and certainly an interdisciplinary one we're autonomous professionals and we deal with both typical development and atypical or disordered communication and swallowing both communication and swallowing 10% of the Canadian population has a communication disorder and our roles include those of clinicians but we can also be professions professors managers administrators researchers and as Cathy and Susan have already indicated really these can be very rewarding careers and lots of opportunities for flexibility and moving amongst different roles within the profession areas that we work with include speech sound production or articulation sometimes with young children most commonly in preschool or in schools resonance individuals that might have had cleft lip or an Andhra palate have resonance issues people with voice problems we work with professional singers or children who have vocal abuse and very voice problems fluency or stuttering many of you might have seen the movie The King's Speech that won the Academy Award a few years ago talked about the development of our profession and fluency pre-linguistic communication with young children before they're saying anything we look at their cognitive abilities we look at language comprehension understanding and talking skills with children and also with adults who might have had strokes and have aphasia we work on pre literacy this isn't a well-kept secret I think that speech-language pathologists work a lot with teachers in the schools on pre literacy and literacy skills cognitive communication individuals who might have had concussion or have traumatic brain injury or might have some dementia we work with them as well social or pragmatic communication we want to make sure that the individual can use the communication they have to make their needs and wants no one feeding and swallowing is a large part of what we do particularly in acute care hospitals a speech-language pathologist in that setting 95% of the caseload would focus on swallowing we also deal with individuals who need alternative and augmentative communication systems computerized systems to help them talk for example like Stephen Hawking and our students do a minor in audiology so we also work on oral rehabilitation with our students and sometimes with our patients and clients and sometimes accent modifications to but we're looking at the impact that communication swallowing disorders has on everyday life so in terms of where you would work you would work independently or as part of an interprofessional team in a huge host of sites a lot of our graduates about a third end up getting jobs in school boards but you can work in nursing homes early intervention programs private practices research centers etc our program is 22 months it's a modular program we have five academic units and then for clinical units or for clinical placements we follow each academic unit by a clinical placement in that area so you're immediately applying the academic work that you've learned into a clinical situation we also have a capstone exercise an electronic portfolio so that you can demonstrate that you've met our eight curriculum objectives some innovative features of the program in each academic unit we have an integrative learning experience so all the professors need to get together in an academic unit and come up with a case something practical to integrate that material so that really integrates the academic and the clinical information and in our clinical placements we're sending students out to school boards and hospitals and treatment centers both within the GTA and internationally but we have teaching clinics that the students come back for so we want to make sure there's a real quality to the experience that they're having and we do small group and large group work on those days we really feel we have an in evidence informed practice focus we have the captain's own capstone portfolio as I've already said and we have an interprofessional education curriculum and Susan touched on that but I'm just going to highlight that in this IPE curriculum you learn about other professions from other professions and with other students to develop competencies and values and ethics communication and collaboration so that you're ready once you leave our programs to hit the ground running and collaborate with others in the real world and this has been found to really increase your satisfaction as an employee and to maintain your ability to work somewhere longer these are the professions they're 11 health science professions at the University of Toronto that participate in the IPE curriculum ot PT and SLP are three of them also we have internationally recognized groundbreaking research conducted by our faculty in all of the areas that I've mentioned and we have a close relationship with our speech-language pathologist in the community where we place our students replacements and we have a very strong and supportive Alumni Association which really helps the students they promote different educational events and social ones so looking at admission to our program as Cathy's already said the admission time windows exactly the same early January you apply for September admissions were a slightly smaller program we're looking to take about 60 students in 2018 and as with the other programs it's highly competitive so our requirements we need a four year undergraduate degree and as Susan was saying we accept graduates with any type of undergraduate degree we've had students who have a drama major or philosophy major linguistics is very common or psychology so again we're interested in that diversity and we think that that enhances our program but we do have six prerequisites so we want to make sure when students enter the program that there's some commonality that they can spring broad from to ensure success in the program so the six are here and that includes phonetics and on our departmental website we have for each University what are the appropriate courses in each of these areas we also require to academic letters of reference from someone who knows you well and a clinical letter of reference from someone who supervises you during a volunteer experience and I'm going to talk about that in a moment and also a one-page letter of intent about why you want to come into speech-language pathology so the volunteer experience we're asking that you get 14 hours with a speech-language pathologist who's licensure certified and it can be in a variety of settings but we want to make sure that you understand and know what speech-language pathologists do and they're the ones that are going to write a letter of reference for you as well so that's my basic overview and I'll look forward to chatting with you later I have a student Miranda coming as well and so she'll be able to answer questions and that's our the email of our admissions person Sarah thanks very much do my capstone project west point Siena College, Loudonville.