Use simulations to assess, complete diagnostic findings, make recommendations, and provide intervention for virtual patients.
There are four types of simulations to help improve your clinical skills and gain clinical experience.
The patient video library includes a variety of engaging video clips that cover valuable topic areas in
Watch on demand and earn observation hours. For videos longer than 10 minutes, Interactive Mode—which presents questions that test your knowledge throughout the video—is available.
Owen is a 6-year-old with congenital primary aphakia who is enrolled in an integrated preschool program in his local public school district.
Don N. is an 85-year-old who is referred for an evaluation due to concerns about planning and programming movements for speech. You are the practitioner assigned to administer the Apraxia Battery for Adults-Second Edition (ABA-2) and report your findings to your supervising speech-language pathologist. This simulation is presented in partnership with PRO-ED.