Hispanic Children and Adults With Communication Disorders: Assessment and Intervention
Up-to-date and extensively researched, this powerful resource provides non-Spanish speaking clinicians with the methods and tools needed to successfully treat their patients whose first or dominant language is Spanish. Hispanic Children and Adults with Communication Disorders pulls together a body of knowledge not currently available in a single sourcea comprehensive resource offering practical assessment and intervention strategies that work.
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