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  1. hi Maxgoethals ji, its a good subject ..speach pathology .......and a new field in nepal .. and to be speech pathologist.......good go a head ... as iam also related with medicine.... for other frn in wnso what is speech pathologist??????????? A speech pathologist has been trained to assess and treat people who have a communication disability. Speech pathologists complete a degree at university which encompasses all aspects of communication including speech, writing, reading, signs, symbols and gestures. Speech pathologists also work with people who have difficulties swallowing food and drink. Speech pathologists or speech-language pathologists were formerly known as speech therapists. They are different from speech and drama teachers. Why do we need speech pathologists? Communication – the process of being able to understand and to be understood – is something most of us take for granted. Communication disabilities are the result of problems with speech, using and understanding language, voice, fluency, hearing, or reading and writing. Where do speech pathologists work? Speech pathologists work in a variety of settings, including: kindergartens, primary and secondary schools nursing homes hospitals universities rehabilitation services mental health services community health centres private practice specialist centres such as autistic centres and spastic welfare centres Who do speech pathologists work with? A speech pathologist's workload might include: giving advice on feeding to a mother who has a baby with a cleft palate working in a child care centre with a group of children who are hard to understand working with a school child who can't understand what his teacher says working with a high school student who stutters retraining a teacher who constantly loses her voice to use it more effectively rehabilitating a young man who has severe brain injury due to a motorcycle accident liaising with the carers of an elderly man who has dementia helping a woman who has had a stroke to regain her communication skills, advising her husband and family providing education for teachers, doctors or parents providing communication strategies for a person with intellectual disability treating a person who has swallowing problems following a stroke assisting children and adults who are learning to read How do speech pathologists work? Speech pathologists work in a variety of ways including providing individual therapy, working in small groups, working within a classroom, becoming involved in home-based programs, providing resources and information, as well giving advice and direction to clients, their carers and other professionals. They coordinate the management of clients, work as part of a multi disciplinary team, consult with other agencies, provide workshops and support family members and other caregivers. A speech pathologist is an important member of an early intervention team, an aged care services team and a school therapy team. The role of speech pathologists is to advocate strongly for appropriate care and services for people with communication disabilities. .... go onnnnnnn research work on some speech pathology and hearing disorders a nice field thanks frn prion
  2. ni hao tawei dai ko chinese naam ho tyo .....but nepali ani biraloko neyauuu ra khashi ko see seee matrai ....keuuwaaak keuwaaak garay ra kukhura ko aanda [egg] kiniyo .....first choti china aauda kuuuuk chuuukchuuuk kuuuk chuuk chuuk garay ra taxi driver lay train station puryauna lagaeyoooo.......when we came first here and lost in next city .. hahah all this happens ,,, xie xie [ thanks]
  3. ni hao the web site of MEDICAL COLLEGE OF ZHENGZHOU UNIVERSITY, HENAN ,CHINA this web site, Credits goes TA WEI DAI [NEPALI ] THANKS
  4. hi frn ni hao !!!!!!!! u can learn Shaolin /Surgery too in surgery [operation Theater u can have good smell of rosted meat [[saykuwa] and those so called brokers are nepaly alphabeta ktm
  5. hi frns.....ni hao this www.china.wnso org is not working .....has problem ???? i am from MEDICAL COLLEGE OF ZHENGZHOU UNIVERSITY [[[FORMER HENAN MEDICAL UNIVRSITY ] and wanna join ,,,,china.wnso org.... do u have any idea how to join ......how about suman jee wanna help to me ?? sandip gorkhali mczu 3rd year
  6. hi frns , ni hao . sorry for late reply as my exam clouds are hanging around me and i have to work with piles of ugly books .... here in this forum a simple question become a controversy or [...?...] just take is coolllllllllllllll no any reason to argue.... make this forum more friendly medial brain has diffferent kind of thinking .... a cool one ..... as the matter of SARS till now there is no any case reported here .....,,l i think SARS may came back again...
  7. hi to all frns there this web site belongs to medical college of zhengzhou university ..HENAN CHINA... HAVE A LOOK www.mczu.com My Webpage thanks
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