Treatment Procedures in Communicative Disorders
The most recent edition of this popular text has been thoroughly revised, reflecting changes in the discipline as well as feedback from instructors, professionals in the field, and students. This book covers a range of critical topics related to providing effective treatment to individuals who have communicative disorders. It includes an important chapter on working with families and other professionals. The chapters have been expanded to include additional examples and clarifications that make the concepts and procedures clear. This book has been written for practicing speech-language pathologists and student clinicians, and it presents an integrated model of treatment in a single source. For this edition an accompanying resource book titled treatment Protocols in Communicative Disorders: Targets and Strategies is available.
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A Treatment Paradigm for Communicative Disorders
Treatment Programs and Variables
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