The authors present each case from an impairment-based perspective with practical application to improving activities of daily living, as well as a social interactive perspective to create a wholistic picture of each case.
Shows how to formally teach key skills for reasoning and problem-solving that aren't usually explicitly taught, such as planning, pausing and reflecting and increasing emotional regulation. Focusing on the 'inner voice' - the dialogue that goes on inside our heads during every day routines - the authors explain how to help children with ASD solve problems independently.
Shows educators how to use evidence to inform teaching practices and improve educational outcomes for students in clinically based fields of study, such as speech/language, audiology, nursing, social work,psychology, dietetics, and other health fields.
Details process of strategically inspecting the oral-facial region for structural and functional integrity. Includes a review of relevant anatomy and physiology, instructions for inspection procedures, detailed clinical implications for a large number of structural and functional patterns, strategies for organizing and writing appropriate report sections, and implications that may impact plan of care.
Focuses on service delivery, program design, interprofessional collaboration, and how to organize and manage an effective program. Additionally, it covers meeting state and national standards, following federal mandates, and how to relate to and communicate with colleagues and parents.
Single -user ebook (if busy try again later)
Originally published in 1963, The Speech Chain has been regarded as the classic, easy-to-read introduction to the fundamentals and complexities of speech communication. It provides a foundation for understanding the essential aspects of linguistics, acoustics and anatomy, and explores research and development into digital processing of speech and the use of computers for the generation of artificial speech and speech recognition.
This is a one-person-at-a-time ebook. If another student is reading it, you will have to try again later. Providing background information about stammering as well as a wide range of tools and strategies, this practical book addresses how teachers can support students from early years through secondary school.
Provides fundamental information about policy and service delivery of AAC services via telepractice to enable clinical practice, including procedures used while providing assessment and intervention via Tele-AAC; ethical and cultural considerations: and demonstration of Tele-AAC use in a variety of settings.
A glimpse into the lived realities of 37 adults and 3 children with communication disorders. Presents stories of patients with aphasia, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, ALS, apraxia, head trauma, cerebral palsy, & stuttering, as well as voice treatment for a transgender woman, the loss of voice in a young man in a state penitentiary, and a pilot with left hemiplegia.