By Caroline Bowen
Speaking on to skilled and amateur clinicians, educators and scholars in speech-language pathology/speech and language treatment through an informative essay-based strategy, Children’s Speech Sound Disorders offers concise, easy-to-understand causes of key facets of the category, evaluate, prognosis and therapy of articulation issues, phonological problems and adolescence apraxia of speech. It additionally incorporates a diversity of looking out inquiries to foreign specialists on their paintings within the baby speech field.
This re-creation of Children’s Speech Sound Disorders is meticulously up to date and extended. It contains new fabric on Apps, assessing and treating two-year-olds, teenagers buying languages except English and dealing with multilingual young children, groups of perform in conversation sciences and problems, distinguishing hold up from ailment, linguistic sciences, counselling and coping with tough behaviour, and the neural underpinnings of and new techniques to treating CAS.
This bestselling advisor includes:
- Case vignettes and real-world examples to put subject matters in context
- Expert essays through sixty exceptional contributors
- A better half site for teachers at www.wiley.com/go/bowen/speechlanguagetherapy and quite a number assisting fabrics at the author’s personal web site at speech-language-therapy.com
Drawing on various theoretical, study and medical views and emphasising caliber customer care and evidence-based perform, Children’s Speech Sound problems is a finished number of medical nuggets, hands-on suggestions, and inspiration.
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Research is taking place into emergent literacy, speech development and the role of SLT in linguistically diverse classrooms, but a great need for further engagement with these issues. Although the contexts in which we practice differ, there are surely more similarities than differences when working with children’s speech difﬁculties around the world. South African therapists – and other therapists working in developing countries – need to be careful about chucking out the baby with the bathwater.