Language Disorders from Infancy Through Adolescence: Assessment & Intervention

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LANGUAGE DISORDERS FROM INFANCY THROUGH ADOLESCENCE, 2nd Edition provides readers with the information they need to properly identify and assess childhood language disorders and to provide appropriate treatment. The book, divided into three sections and a total of fifteen chapters, covers the entire developmental period while also delving into additional concepts that are important to the practice of child language disorders, including prevention, syndromes associated with language disorders, and multicultural practice.
  • Comprehensiveness makes it the ideal textbook for the student, and an excellent reference source for the practitioner
  • First-person writing style contributes to readability and ease of comprehension, making the material highly accessible
  • Includes a comprehensive resource list, useful for research and learning while in school as well as post-graduation
  • Provides cutting-edge information on all topics, ensuring that the student learns the most up-to-date material available
  • Case studies and vignettes throughout the book demonstrate how the information presented in the chapters can be applied in clinical practice
  • Study guides are included at the end of each chapter to make reviewing specific information easy
  • Multicultural approach deals with considerations for working with children of all races and backgrounds
  • Comprehensive Author index allows the reader to quickly locate information referenced within the text and in the field of speech language pathology

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Definitions and Models of Language
Principles of Assessment
Principles of Intervention

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