A study of theoretical models and clinical application in the remediation of language disorders in the prelinguistic, emerging and developing language periods. Discussion of the purposes and basic principles of intervention provides a framework for understanding specific techniques and programs. Course content focuses on the decision-making process in intervention, including factors guiding the choice of language goals, intervention approach, and accountability measures. An emphasis on evaluation of research findings highlights an evidence-informed approach to intervention. The laboratory experiences provide opportunities to observe intervention and develop intervention goals and activities. Prerequisite: CSD 511. (Restricted to MScSLP students only.) Not open to students with credit in SPA 518.