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fatwalrusfatwalrus asked 1 year ago

Linda, a speech-language pathologist, has just evaluated a second-grade child and determined that the child has an expressive and receptive language disorder. When she meets with the child's parents to explain the findings, the parents disagree and say that the child speaks well at home. Linda immediately argues with the parents that the test scores are valid and it is essential that the child be placed in speech and language therapy. In what way is Linda communicating poorly with the parents?
A) She is giving the parents an opportunity to speak or be heard.
B) She is using closed questions.
C) She is not demonstrating respect for the parents' knowledge and understanding of their child.
D) She is not staying directed and on topic.

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kleinology answered 1 year ago

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fatwalrusfatwalrus replied 1 year ago

Super!