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The UK Communicative Development Inventories: Words and Gestures
This is the first manual developed exclusively for use with UK English-learning children aged 8-18 months.
Basic Medical Science for Speech and Language Therapy Students
This book covers anatomy, physiology and neuroscience relevant to the practice of speech and language therapy in sufficient detail to equip students with an understanding of the relevance of basic medical sciences to the clinical components of their course and continuing professional development.
Making Sense of
A Guide for Parents and Professionals
In this book, aimed at both parents and professionals, the authors discuss the non-evidence-based interventions that proliferate in the fields of children's speech, language, literacy, fluency, voice, communication, attention, cognition, working memory, behaviour and social connectedness.
Exploring Fluency in Down Syndrome: A Discussion of Speech Dysfluencies for Professionals and Parents
This book explores the 'hows' and 'whys' of dysfluent speech in those with Down syndrome, using real-life spoken language examples as well as presenting literature in the areas of language, speech, prosody and fluency and mapping this information onto what is known about Down syndrome.
Visual Analogue Self-Esteem Scale (VASES)
Speech and language therapy has traditionally recognized the importance of an individual’s self-esteem in responding to rehabilitation but rarely in a formal manner.
Stammering Pride and Prejudice: Difference not Defect
This book is a call to action. We invite people who stammer, professionals and researchers to work together to liberate the stammered voice: Stammering Pride and Prejudice.
Stammering Therapy from the Inside
Stammering Therapy from the Inside offers a comprehensive overview of a range of contemporary stammering therapy approaches. It links theory to practice, with an emphasis on describing the therapy journey and outcomes from the perspectives of both clinicians and clients.
The Dysphagia Placement Workbook
The Dysphagia Placement Workbook has been specifically designed to help UK and Australian students and newly-qualified speech and language therapists develop basic competencies and gain clinical experience in dysphagia.
Developing Clinical Skills in Dysphagia: A guide for speech and language therapists (with DVD)
Developing Clinical Skills in Dysphagia has been created specifically for clinical educators supervising students and newly-qualified therapists on placements that have a focus on dysphagia.
Why Mutual Face Watching Matters
Describing how children of all ages who present with learning and communication difficulties can be supported by focusing on mutual face watching through adult video self-reflection.
Creating Practice-based Evidence: A Guide for SLTs, 2nd ed
To help SLTs become research active within their existing clinical environment, this new edition of Creating Practice-based Evidence has been updated and revised, providing more detail and including new chapters.
Intervention Case Studies of Child Speech Impairment
Intervention for children with speech impairment is challenging. Identifying children with speech sound disorder (SSD) from those making developmental errors requires precise knowledge of typical and atypical speech behaviours in preschool children.