Selection, administration, and interpretation of standardized tests
Analysis of discourse and conversational interaction
Functional evaluation of school, work, family, or community communications (current status and communication demands)
Consultation with other professionals or review of their reports as indicated
Preparation of a comprehensive report
Summary of strengths and weaknesses for the individual and family
Education/counselling regarding current communication status and collaborative development of goals and intervention strategies.
We then develop an individualized plan based on the person’s needs, goals and the activities in which they want to engage.
More information about guidelines and standards for speech-language pathology cognitive-communication assessment can be found at these links.
1. The Assessment Guidelines for Cognitive-Communication Disorders and the Treatment Guidelines for Cognitive-Communication Disorders – OSLA Ontario Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists