BASLP Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language PathologyIIJT- Indian Institute of Job Oriented Training
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Entry Requirement Pass in 10+2 / equivalent with 50% marks and having studied Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.
BASLP (Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology)
Speech pathology and Audiology are allied health careers, and to provide health care service & treatment it requires professionals to be qualified, by special training, education, skills and experience. Such practitioners are known as speech pathologists and audiologists. Though Speech language pathology and audiology are distinct disciplines, they are so interrelated that, to be fully competent in either, one should be familiar with both. Both deal with speech, language and hearing impairments that disrupt the ability of the sufferer to communicate and interact in various situations.These professionals are concerned with the prevention, identification and rehabilitation of children and adults with communication disorders and hearing impairment. Audiologists examine people of all ages and identify symptoms of hearing loss, auditory, balance and related sensory and neural problems. They use specialized equipments like audiometers, computers and other testing devices to evaluate and estimate the impact of auditory and balance problems on the client's daily life. Audiologists then use the results from these tests to prepare a diagnosis and design a course of treatment by using remedial measures and rehabilitation strategies depending on what the situation demands.These professionals generally handle people who have speech disorders like inability to produce sounds, speech rhythm and fluency problems and also people who have swallowing disorders due to problems like cleft palate or other medical conditions which may be congenital, developmental or acquired. Audiologists will deal with people who have hearing, balance, and related ear problems. The job titles for professionals working in this field include Audiologist, Program Director, Rehabilitation Counselor, Sign Language Interpreter, Language Specialist, Linguist, Speech Pathologist etc. These professions provide essential services to people of all ages and backgrounds in developing the vital human skill - communication. They offer a variety of specialization opportunities, challenges and have relevance to daily living.
Course will contain Speech language and communication, audiology, acoustics and electronics, psychology related to speech and hearing, human anatomy and physiology, language pathology, auditory test, amplification device for hearing handicapped, rehabilitative audiology, community work, neuro communicative disorders etc.
Certified Speech Language Pathology and Audiology professionals can find employment in Hospitals, Rehabilitation Centers , Nursing Care Facilities , Industry , Home Health Agencies , Long-term Care Facilities, Research Labs Developmental Centers for Persons with Disabilities, Public or Private Schools, Private Practice, Community Clinics, College/University Clinics, Health Department, State or Government Agencies, Adult Day Care Facilities and Business.