Clinical Management of Motor Speech Disorders in Children

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Anthony J. Caruso, Edythe A. Strand
Thieme, 1999 - Medical - 408 pages
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Speech-language clinicians who work with children have for a long time had
trouble obtaining clinical reference material designed specifically for
children. This comprehensive book furnishes the reader with a complete source of
information on assessment, treatment, and management strategies for children
with developmental apraxia, disarthria, and stuttering.

A Brandon-Hill

Special features of this work include:

  • More extensive coverage of several topics including
    pediatric dysphagia and management of disfluency as a motor speech disorder
  • Contributing writers are clinicians actively working
    with children
  • An innovative chapter on an integrated treatment
    approach in developmental apraxia
  • Discussion of treatment efficacy issues, a particularly
    timely topic

This timely book integrates neuroanatomical and neurophysiological
development issues with speech motor control and motor learning as a basis for
treatment planning and service provision. Written by some of the leading
clinicians and researchers in the field, it presents a strong theoretical
framework to view cases within, but also provides real clinical practical
information. Plus, information is presented in a manner that is easily applied
by clinicians and students.


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Associate Professor and Consultant, Division of Speech Pathology, Department of Neurology (E 8-A), The Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA

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