Treatment Resource Manual for Speech Language Pathology

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Cengage Learning, Oct 15, 2010 - Medical - 460 pages
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TREATMENT RESOURCE MANUAL FOR SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY, 4th edition is an ideal text for students entering into a clinical practicum. Not only are basic therapy and information reporting techniques discussed, but intervention strategies for working with unique child and adult client populations are covered in a well-written and concise manner. The new edition has been completely revised and contains significantly expanded information on language disorders in children including early intervention, coverage of the response-to-intervention (RTI) service delivery model, metalinguistic skills, and appropriate instructional strategies for the development of writing skills. An expanded discussion of issues in articulation and phonology disorders including treatment models and goal selection strategies is also included. Updated references, evidence-based practice, and additional resources are provided for all chapters, making the fourth edition of Treatment Resource Manual for Speech-Language Pathology the most comprehensive text available on the treatment of communication disorders.
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Preparing for Effective Intervention
Providing Treatment for Communication Disorders
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About the author (2010)

Professor in the Dept of Hearing and Speech Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park. Received her bachelor's degree from Hunter College, her master's from Queens College, and a doctoral degree from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Current research interests focus on the relationship between oral language and literacy.

Director of the Speech-Language Clinic in the Dept of Hearing and Speech Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park. Received her bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland and her master's degree from Loyola College, Baltimore. Primary clinical interests include language development, phonology, and the supervisory process.

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