Using a Computer as a Clinical Materials Generator (CCC#3)


This competency requires the clinician to make use of computer resources to develop individualized treatment materials with or without the client's assistance. There are templates and resource libraries for clinicians with novice-level computer skills, that result in professional looking materials with minimal time investment. Clinicians with more expertise and resources may develop their own libraries of images, sounds, or video clips for use with clients. Most clinicians find this way of using a computer to be creative and rewarding. This competency is an excellent place to start for someone beginning a personal development plan to work on clinical computing competency.



Based on content from:
Cochran, P. S. (2005). Clinical computing competency for speech-language pathologists. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.
 

 

 
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