Neuropsychological Intervention in Children and Adolescents
Introduction to theory, methods and techniques associated with management of neurological, neuropsychological and learning disorders in children and adolescents. Topics include the relationship among impairment, disability, and functional status, with current empirically-based approaches for remediation and/or compensation of cognitive and academic skill defecits. Interventions will focus on individual children and families within both educational and social contexts.
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Admission to doctoral level studies. Enrollment may be limited.
Grading: INC, COM, N, F
Graduate course in the Psychology program administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.