Authors Listed Alphabetically: E - L
Therapy Outcome Measure Theoretical Underpinning and Case Studies
This book has been rigorously tested for reliability and clinical validity, is quick and simple to use, and is used for treatment planning, clinical management, audit and research.
Frenchay Aphasia Screening Test (FAST)
A test to screen patients for the presence of aphasia. Now all in one booklet, all in one place, ready to be a favourite again! Distributed on behalf of Stass Publications.
Therapy Outcome Measure User Guide
This book builds on Therapy Outcome Measures 3rd edition, and its focus is on the practical and everyday use of the TOM.
Case Studies in Cleft Palate Speech: Data analysis and principled intervention
This book presents cleft palate case studies with phonological interpretation of phonetic transcription supported by video footage.
PACSTOYS: A screening assessment of child speech (2-5yrs)
This resource utilises interesting bags of small toys which elicit single words, phrases and spontanenous speech from children as young as 2 years up to 5 years.
Making Collaborative Practice Work: A model for Teachers and SLTs
This easy-to-read handbook explores existing collaborative practice research within the current SEN framework and then focuses on bridging the gap between this research and practice at policy, planning and classroom levels.
POWERS: Profile of Word Errors and Retrieval in Speech (with CD)
There are now a number of therapies aimed at helping people with aphasia to produce words more easily and studies show that practising words in therapy can improve subsequent naming of the words in tests of picture naming.
The Impact of Communication Disability Across the Lifespan
Impairments of language and communication have a profound impact on everyday life. Professionals working with individuals who have communication needs often deal with a range of wider issues in order to support their clients in the best way possible.
The Scenario Test
The Scenario Test measures how a person with aphasia conveys everyday messages, verbally and/or nonverbally, in an interactive setting.
Communication and Mental Health Disorders - Developing Theory, Growing Practice
This book brings together academics and expert clinicians to share their research, clinical expertise and insights in the presentation of current theory and evolving practice of language and communication work with children and adults with mental health disorders.
Applying Psychological Ideas in Speech and Language Therapy
Both cognitive and developmental psychology are embedded into pre-registration speech and language training and inform the theoretical basis of many language and communication interventions.
Speech and Language Therapists and Mental Capacity
This book can be used to promote the role of SLT to other professionals and decision-makers within their own and other provider organisations, leading to harmonisation of practice and equitable service delivery for this area of clinical practice.
The Concise Guide to Ethics and Decision-making in Dysphagia
The Concise Guide to Ethics and Decision-making in Dysphagia explains why decisions in dysphagia care are difficult, what frameworks might help structure a more robust process, and links evidence to ethics to cases.
Qualitative Research in Communication Disorders
This book is a step-by-step guide written specifically for student clinicians/researchers who are beginning to use this important research methodology.