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Speech-language-hearing therapists in school education Takashi Onishi 1 Keyword: 特別支援教育 , 外部専門家 , 言語聴覚士 , 言語聴覚障害 , 連携 , special needs education , outside professionals , speech-language-hearing therapists , speech-language-hearing disorders , cooperation pp.100-103
Published Date 2011/7/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.6001100288
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 In recent years, there are increasing numbers of children who are educated in Schools for Special Needs Education, special classes and/or resource rooms in regular schools. There is also greater need for high quality instruction for children with difficulties in speech, language, and/or hearing, and getting cooperation from outside professionals is considered important for improving the support services for these children. In this paper, I will present the roles of speech-language-hearing therapists in education in the following areas:①in dealing with speech, language, and/or hearing disorders;②in the Schools for the Deaf;and③in the Boards of Education. Expectations for the future cooperation between speech-language-hearing therapists and schools will also be discussed.


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