Interpreting for Pediatric Speech & Language Therapy

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Guest: Rochelle Russell, Registered Speech Therapist
Length:  38 minutes
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Approved CEUs: ATA=1.000, CCHI=0.750, IMIA=0.075, WA-DSHS=0.750, RID=0.075 PS*
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Description: This interview with Rochelle Russell, a Registered Speech & Language Therapist who specializes in pediatrics, explores the dynamics of assessing and treating children in medical and educational encounters. There is a particular focus on the challenges that arise when working with different languages and cultures, such as the formation of particular sounds and acceptable interaction styles. The corresponding online "Speech & Language Therapy" glossary contains over 50 medical terms. Rochelle Russell is a licensed Speech & Language Pathologist at Orange Unified School District in Southern California. She holds a master’s degree in Speech, Language & Hearing Science from Loma Linda University.
Goals:
  1. To understand the role of the speech therapist.
  2. To recognize ways in which the interpreter can best support communication between the speech therapist and child.
  3. To consider the role of culture brokering when interpreting for speech therapy encounters.

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