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Southern Connecticut State Univ., New Haven. Textbook provides an introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders. Topics include a chapter on evidence-based decision making in communication intervention, current technological advances, and more. For practitioners and students. Previous edition: c2002. Softcover. DNLM: Communication Disorders-therapy.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to clinical practice in communication disorders||p. 1|
|Ethical and professional practices||p. 19|
|Principles of assessment||p. 39|
|Assessment of the speech mechanism||p. 85|
|Communication sampling procedures||p. 111|
|Communication intervention : principles and procedures||p. 157|
|Evidence-based decision making in communication intervention||p. 179|
|Interviewing, counseling, and clinical communication||p. 203|
|Public policies affecting clinical practice||p. 237|
|Clinical service delivery and work settings||p. 259|
|Issues of cultural and linguistic diversity||p. 283|
|Assistive technology in communication disorders||p. 303|
|Family-centered practice||p. 321|
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