This book is one of a series whose primary aim is to inform the professional speech and language clinicians and their colleagues in the caring professions. The starting point for this series was a systematic review of those topics in human communication which are essential to the development of effective treatment programmes and effective clinicians. <p> This collection of essays is designed to present the speech student and language clinician with an integrated introduction to contemporary thought and practice in the science of speech and language pathology and intervention. It aims to provide a broad coverage of the basic issues in the field written by specialized authors from both sides of the Atlantic.
Philosophy in Intervention, M. Leahy.
Classification of Communication Disorders, Marie de Montford Supple.
Epidemiology of Communication Disorders and Service Planning, P. Enderby.
Profession at Work, A. van der Gang et al.
Part II Communication Disorders in children.
Childhood Language, A. Kamhi.
Childhood Phonological Disorders, J. Lambert and D. Waters.
Childhood Articulation Disorders of Neurogenic Origins, P. Hall.
Childhood Voice Disorders, P. Sloane.
Childhood Stuttering, I. Horsley.
Cleft Palate and Other Craniofacial Anomalies in Children, J. Russell.
Part III Adults.
Aphasia - Progress in Theory-based Intervention, R. Lesser.
Acquired Speech Dyspraxia, N. Miller.
Dysarthria Assessments - Some perspectives for Treatment, J. Abbs and R. Depaul.
Voice Disorders in Adults, J. Stemple.
Stuttering in Adults, M. Leahy.
Surgical Rehabilitation of Adults, J. Logemann.
Series: Progress in Clinical Science S
Number Of Pages: 342
Published: 1st January 1900
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.92 x 15.77 x 2.1
Edition Number: 1
Edition Type: Revised