clinical decision making in fluency disorders

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Clinical Decision Making In Fluency Disorders Fourth Edition

Author : Walter H. Manning
ISBN : 9781597569989
Genre : Medical
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Clinical Decision Making In Fluency Disorders

Author : Walter H. Manning
ISBN : 9781418067304
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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CLINICAL DECISION MAKING IN FLUENCY DISORDERS presents therapeutic tools for the speech-language pathologist to assist patients who stutter. Recent empirical evidence is interwoven with real world examples of the diagnostic and therapeutic options that both the speaker and the clinician will consider. CLINICAL DECISION MAKING IN FLUENCY DISORDERS also reviews goals, techniques for assessment and counseling, and ongoing disorder management. An online companion website provides video commentary by the author, slides created in PowerPoint correlated to chapter, as well as video and audio examples of various fluency problems and therapeutic sessions. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Clinical Decision Making In The Diagnosis And Treatment Of Fluency Disorders

Author : Walter H. Manning
ISBN : 0827363966
Genre : Stuttering
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The excitement and enthusiasm of working with people who have disorders of fluency is conveyed in this new text. Focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of fluency disorders in children and adults, it covers humor as a clinician and treatment variable, strategies and techniques of counseling, older stutterers, characteristics of effective clinicians and signs of progress during treatment.

Stuttering And Other Fluency Disorders

Author : Franklin H. Silverman
ISBN : 0138506035
Genre : Medical
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Taking a realistic and clinical approach, the author provides an up-to-date, comprehensive review of the literature on all fluency disorders, not just stuttering. He clearly presents a base of knowledge regarding the symptomology, phenomenology, epidemiology, and development of the disorders, while acquainting readers with a wide variety of viewpoints on their etiology and management.

Clinical Voice Pathology

Author : Joseph C. Stemple
ISBN : 9781597569330
Genre : Medical
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A Stutterer S Story

Author : Frederick Pemberton Murray
ISBN : 0933388306
Genre : Stutterers
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Fluency Disorders

Author : Kenneth J. Logan
ISBN : 9781597569200
Genre : Medical
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Tending To Grace

Author : Kimberly Newton Fusco
ISBN : 9780307433824
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Lenore is Cornelia’s mother—and Cornelia’s fix-up project. What does it matter that Cornelia won’t talk to anyone and is always stuck in the easiest English class at school, even though she’s read more books than anyone else? She feels strong in the fixing. She cooks vegetable soup so Lenore will eat something other than Ring Dings; she lures her out of bed with strong coffee and waffles. She looks after the house when Lenore won’t get out of bed at all. So when Lenore and her boyfriend take off for Vegas leaving Cornelia behind with eccentric Aunt Agatha, all Cornelia can do is wait for her to come back. Aunt Agatha sure doesn’t want any fixing. Maybe this time it’s Cornelia who could use it? From the Hardcover edition.

Royal College Of Speech Language Therapists Clinical Guidelines

Author : Sylvia Taylor-Goh
ISBN : 9781351695183
Genre : Education
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The aim of these guidelines is to provide clinicians, managers and service users with statements regarding the clinical management of specific disorders or conditions and in some instances, particular populations. The guidelines assist in the clinical decision-making process by providing information on what is considered to be the minimum best practice. Each guideline contains recommendations that are explicit statements providing specific clinical guidance on the assessment and management of each area. Each recommendation is supported by evidence from the literature or is based upon the consensus of clinical experts. Sections include: Pre-School children with communication, language speech needs; School-aged children with speech, language communication difficulties; Autistic spectrum disorders; Cleft palate and velopharyngeal abnormalities; Clinical voice disorders; Deafness/hearing loss; Disorders of fluency; Disorders of feeding, eating, drinking swallowing (dysphagia); Disorders of mental health dementia; Dysarthria; Aphasia; Head neck cancer. A Position Statement on working with Adults with Learning Disabilities is included in place of a guideline. Every practising UK speech language therapist needs to have access to these guidelines, and they will also be of value to health, social and educational professionals that may become involved with individuals who have a communication or swallowing disorder.

Current Issues In Stuttering Research And Practice

Author : Nan Bernstein Ratner
ISBN : 9781317777977
Genre : Education
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This state-of-the art volume is a follow-up to the 1999 publication, Stuttering Research and Practice: Bridging the Gap, edited by Nan Ratner and E. Charles Healey. Like its predecessor, the current book is an edited collection of the presentations from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s Annual Leadership Conference in Fluency and Fluency Disorders. Among the topics covered are evidence-based practice, impact of the self-help and support groups, meta-analyses of selected assessment and intervention programs, current theories of stuttering, and the predicted path of stuttering intervention in the future. The authoritative representation of contributors offers the reader the most up to date presentation of fluency issues, with a special emphasis placed on the practical clinical implications of fluency assessment, treatment, and evolving theories of the disorder. The book is written for fluency specialists and graduate students in programs of fluency disorders. It will also be valuable for the clinicians who wish to upgrade their skills in treating fluency disorders.

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