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A Model for Collaborative Intervention Planning Applied to Aphasia

presented by Katarina Haley, PhD, CCC-SLP

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Financial:  Katarina Haley receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.

 Non-Financial: Katarina Haley has no competing non-financial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

Katrina is the author of counseling material, the Life Interests and Values (L!V) Cards – receives no financial compensation. Katrina is the author of Chapel Hill Multilingual Intelligibility Test (CHMIT) – receives no financial compensation.

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Video Runtime: 82 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 41 Minutes

Speech-language pathologists often find it challenging to plan communicative intervention collaboratively with their clients who have aphasia. The collaborating partners arrive at the task with different perspectives and assumptions that can get in the way of shared responsibility. By clarifying planning objectives in terms that are both intuitive and comprehensive, speech-language pathologists can help their clients assume an active role in developing and implementing both long-term and short-term communication goals. In this course, Dr. Haley introduces a four-pronged intervention planning model for supporting the collaborative effort and ensuring comprehensive and communication-focused results. Application to aphasia management in an outpatient setting is illustrated through a case study.

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Katarina Haley, PhD, CCC-SLP

Katarina L. Haley, PhD, CCC-SLP, is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has specialized in the area of acquired neurological communication disorders for more than 25 years. Her research program pursues the dual paths of data-driven clinical decision-making and client-centered practice. Dr. Haley runs an…

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1. Stakeholder Perspectives on Intervention Planning

Chapter 1 introduces key barriers to collaborative goal setting and intervention for people with aphasia and their speech-language pathologists. Knowledge of the challenges is essential for overcoming them.

2. The FOURC Model

In Chapter 2, the planning model (FOURC) is introduced as a strategy for collaborative planning for clients with aphasia who are seen in outpatient rehabilitation.

3. Case Example (RS)

The purpose of Chapter 3 is to give a concrete application example of how a self-selected communication goal can be addressed through a four-component intervention and step-by-step planning process.

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