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Assessment in Speech-Language Pathology : A Resource Manual

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9781565938700

ISBN10:
1565938704
Format:
Spiral Bound
Pub. Date:
3/1/1998
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning

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Summary

Updated and revised throughout, this singel-source resource continues to provide a multiplicity of speech-language assessment tools and useful resource materials (not found in a single source elsewhere) which are applicable to a wide variety of assessment and diagnostic activities. This book continues to the tradition of the first edition in being the most sought-after assessment tool in speech-language pathology.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
PART I OBTAINING, INTERPRETING, AND REPORTING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION 1(84)
Obtaining Preassessment Information
3(28)
Written Case Histories
4(1)
Information-getting Interviews
5(5)
Questions Common to Various Communicative Disorders
6(1)
Questions Common to Specific Communicative Disorders
7(3)
Information from Other Professionals
10(2)
Concluding Comments
12(1)
Sources of Additional Information
12(2)
Child Case History Form
14(8)
Adult Case History Form
22(5)
Sample Request for Information
27(1)
Sample Referral for Medical Evaluation
28(3)
Evaluating Preassessment Information
31(36)
Speech, Language, and Motor Development
32(8)
Medical Conditions Associated with Communicative Disorders
40(12)
Syndromes Associated with Communicative Disorders
52(10)
Standard Medical Abbreviations
62(2)
Concluding Comments
64(1)
Sources of Additional Information
64(3)
Reporting Assessment Findings
67(18)
Information-giving Interviews
68(1)
Illustrations To Use When Conveying Information
69(3)
Writing Assessment Reports
72(3)
Clinical Correspondence
75(1)
Concluding Comments
75(1)
Sources of Additional Information
76(1)
Sample Clinical Reports
77(4)
Sample Clinical Correspondence
81(4)
PART II RESOURCES FOR ASSESSING COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS 85(342)
Assessment Procedures Common to Most Communicative Disorders
87(44)
Oral-facial Examination
88(7)
Interpreting the Oral-facial Examination
88(7)
Assessing Diadochokinetic Syllable Rates
95(2)
Speech and Language Sampling
97(15)
Conversation Starters for Eliciting a Speech-Language Sample
98(1)
Pictures
99(1)
Narratives With Pictures
99(13)
Evaluating Rate of Speech
112(1)
Determining Speech Rate
112(1)
Determining Intelligibility
113(5)
Syllable-by-syllable Stimulus Phrases
118(4)
Reading Passages
122(2)
Charting
124(4)
Concluding Comments
128(1)
Sources of Additional Information
128(3)
Assessment of Articulation and Phonological Processes
131(38)
Overview of Assessment
132(1)
Screening
133(1)
Articulation Tests
134(1)
Speech Sampling
135(1)
Identifying Sound Errors
136(4)
Stimulability
140(10)
Assessing Stimulability of Consonants
140(10)
Developmental Norms for Phonemes
150(2)
Age Ranges of Normal Consonant Development
152(2)
Frequencies of Occurrence of Consonants
154(2)
Descriptive Features of Phonemes
156(1)
Distinctive Features of Consonants
157(2)
Phonological Processes
159(8)
Concluding Comments
167(1)
Sources of Additional Information
167(2)
Assessment of Language
169(56)
Overview of Assessment
170(3)
Assessment Approaches
171(1)
Understanding Language Deficiencies
172(1)
Screening
173(1)
Assessing Language
173(11)
Observation and Informal Assessment
184(7)
Formal Language Testing
191(3)
Language Sampling
194(3)
Determining the Mean Length of Utterance
197(4)
Assessment of Pragmatic Skills
201(3)
Assessment of Semantic Skills
204(4)
Determining the Type-token Ratio
205(3)
Assessment of Syntactic Skills
208(9)
Assessment of Morphologic Skills
217(4)
Making a Diagnosis
221(1)
Concluding Comments
221(1)
Sources of Additional Information
222(3)
Assessment of Fluency
225(34)
Overview of Assessment
227(1)
Screening
228(1)
Speech Sampling
228(1)
Evaluating the Speech Sample
229(1)
Descriptions of Dysfluencies
229(1)
Dysfluency Indexes
230(5)
Associated Motor Behaviors
235(5)
Physiological Factors
240(3)
Speech Rate
243(1)
Assessing Feelings and Attitudes
243(6)
Parental Concern
245(3)
Avoidance and Expectancy
248(1)
Adaptation and Consistency Effects
249(1)
Criteria for Diagnosing Stuttering
249(3)
Estimating Severity
250(2)
Stimulability
252(1)
Cluttering
253(4)
Assessment
255(2)
Stimulability
257(1)
Concluding Comments
257(1)
Sources of Additional Information
257(2)
Assessment of Voice and Resonance
259(24)
Overview of Assessment
261(1)
Screening
262(2)
Need for Medical Evaluation
264(1)
Examining the Voice
264(5)
Assessment Instrumentation
269(1)
Normal Fundamental Frequencies
270(2)
Assessing Breathing and Breath Support
272(2)
The S/Z Ratio
274(1)
Assessing Resonance
275(2)
Hypernasality
275(1)
Hyponasality
275(1)
Assimilation Nasality
276(1)
Assessing Velopharyngeal Function
277(2)
The Pressure Consonants
277(2)
The Modified Tongue Anchor Procedure
279(1)
Stimulability
279(1)
Concluding Comments
279(1)
Sources of Additional Information
280(3)
Assessment of Neurologically Based Communicative Disorders
283(70)
Overview of Assessment
284(2)
The Cranial Nerves
286(1)
Differential Characteristics of Dysarthria and Apraxia
287(1)
Assessment of Dysarthria
288(5)
Assessment of Apraxia
293(8)
Developmental Apraxia of Speech
301(1)
Assessment of Aphasia
301(19)
Assessment of Right Hemisphere Dysfunction
320(14)
Assessment of Traumatic Brain Injury
334(8)
Assessment of Dementia
342(7)
Concluding Comments
349(1)
Sources of Additional Information
350(3)
Assessment of Dysphagia
353(14)
Overview of Assessment
354(1)
Overview of a Normal Swallow
355(1)
Bedside Assessment of Dysphagia
355(8)
Administration and Interpretation
356(7)
Radiographic Assessment of Dysphagia
363(1)
Bedside Assessment of the Tracheostomized Client
363(1)
The Blue-dye Test
364(1)
Concluding Comments
364(1)
Sources of Additional Information
365(2)
Assessment of Three Special Populations
367(36)
Overview of Assessment
368(1)
Assessment for Augmentative or Alternative Communication (AAC)
369(15)
Assessing Sensory and Motor Capabilities
378(3)
Assessing Language and Cognitive Skills
381(2)
Determining the Most Appropriate AAC System
383(1)
Assessment of Laryngectomees
384(9)
Alaryngeal Communication Options
388(5)
Assessment of Clients with Cleft Lip and/or Palate
393(8)
Assessing Speech and Resonance
394(7)
Concluding Comments
401(1)
Sources of Additional Information
401(2)
Assessment of Hearing
403(24)
Types of Hearing Loss
404(2)
Conductive Hearing Loss
404(1)
Sensorineural Hearing Loss
404(1)
Mixed Hearing Loss
405(1)
Central Auditory Disorder
405(1)
Retrocochlear Pathology
405(1)
Standard Classification of Hearing Loss and the Effects on Communicative Development
406(2)
Screening
408(2)
Interpreting Audiograms and Tympanograms
410(9)
Audiograms
412(4)
Tympanograms
416(3)
Speech Audiometry
419(1)
The Acoustic-phonetic Audiogram
420(1)
Environmental Noise Levels
421(1)
Hearing Aids
422(2)
Troubleshooting Hearing Aid Problems
422(2)
Cochlear Implants
424(1)
Vibrotactile Aids
424(1)
Concluding Comments
424(1)
Sources of Additional Information
425(2)
Appendix A Dialectical and Bilingual/Multicultural Considerations 427(16)
Appendix B Evaluating Formal Tests Used for Assessment Purposes 443(8)
Glossary 451(14)
References 465(16)
Index 481


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