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Teach Me How to Say It Right by A speech-language pathologist with over 25 years experience, provides the parents of children who are unable to articulate their words correctly with the information they need to reduce child and parent anxiety, improve their child's self-esteem, recognize problems with language skills, learn how speech sounds develop, what to expect in therapy, what may cause articulation problems, and over 50 games to help children play with sounds.
Publication Date: 2005-06-01
Interventions for Speech Sound Disorders in Children by With detailed discussion and invaluable video footage of 23 treatment interventions for speech sound disorders (SSDs) in children, this textbook and DVD set should be part of every speech-language pathologist's professional preparation. Focusing on children with functional or motor-based speech disorders from early childhood through the early elementary period, this textbook gives preservice SLPs critical analyses of a complete spectrum of evidence-based phonological and articulatory interventions. This textbook fully prepares SLPs for practice with a vivid inside look at intervention techniques in action through high-quality DVD clips large and varied collection of intervention approaches with widespread use across ages, severity levels, and populations proven interventions in three categories: direct speech production, broader contexts such as perceptual intervention, and speech movements clear explanations of the evidence behind the approaches so SLPs can evaluate them accurately contributions by well-known experts in SSDs from across the US, Canada, Australia, and the UK An essential core text for pre-service SLPs--and an important professional resource for practicing SLPs, early interventionists, and special educators--this book will help readers make the best intervention decisions for children with speech sound disorders. Evidence-based intervention approaches--demonstrated in DVD clips--such as: minimal pairs perceptual intervention core vocabulary stimulability treatment intervention for developmental dysarthria the psycholinguistic approach Interventions for Speech Sound Disorders in Children is a part of the Communication and Language Intervention Series
Publication Date: 2010-04-08
Books for Kids
He Talks Funny by Jeanne Buesser has written a wonderful and educating story. Many, many children are affected by speech disorders. The story teaches the reader about this condition which many people are unaware of, especially children. I applaud Jeanne for raising the awareness of this through a children's story. There is a stigma attached to these kinds of disabilities; people tend to think that children like this are not smart. This important point is mentioned in the story. Well done. SHAHIDUN RAHMAN, Author of "Ibrahim where on the spectrum does he belong? The story " He Talks Funny" is about a "special needs child" who has a neurological speech disorder and cannot be understood when he talks. How his mother helps educate his camp counselor and camp mates about her son's disability is the essence of the boy's acceptance into camp. It has been read by speech and language pathologists. They have found it satisfactory.
Publication Date: 2010-09-14
Tessa's Tangled Tongue by Sometimes Tessa's tongue gets tangled and her words do not come out exactly as they should. When that happens, she does not get mad or frustrated. She thinks it's funny and so will you! Moms and children with speech delays will be encouraged by Tessa's unique way of dealing with the frustration of not always being understood. Everyone else will enjoy the memories this book stirs up about the tangled tongues of children they have known.
Publication Date: 2017-03-02
There Was a Speech Teacher Who Swallowed Some Dice by A wacky Speech Teacher starts swallowing everything she needs to do speech/language therapy in her school! What could possibly happen? Better look out when those dice begin to roll!"There Was a Speech Teacher Who Swallowed Some Dice" is a delightfully silly way to introduce students to many of the materials used in speech therapy, and ends with a Speech Room Scavenger Hunt.
Publication Date: 2014-07-05
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