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Treatment Resource Manual For Speech-language Pathology

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Edition:
3rd
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9781401840365

ISBN10:
1401840361
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Pub. Date:
3/18/2005
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

A practical text covering treatment of communication disorders, the Treatment Resource Manual for Speech-Language Pathology third edition is filled with specific therapy techniques and materials. This new edition is ideal for individuals entering into clinical practicum experiences and an excellent resource for speech-language pathology professionals looking for reliable intervention materials. Focusing on the most common characteristics and treatment approaches, and rich with forms, strategies, goals, and techniques, this is an excellent resource for instructors and clinicians alike.

Table of Contents

List of Tables
xii
Case Examples by Disorder xiv
List of Forms and Figures
xv
Preface xvi
Acknowledgments xix
About the Authors xx
PART ONE PREPARING FOR EFFECTIVE INTERVENTION
The Essential Ingredients of Good Therapy: Basic Skills
3(52)
Philosophy
4(1)
General Principles of Intervention
4(2)
Programming
6(8)
Selection of Therapy Targets
6(3)
Sequencing of Therapy Targets
9(1)
Generalization/Carryover
10(1)
Termination of Therapy
11(1)
Formulation of Behavioral Objectives
11(3)
Behavior Modification
14(4)
Types of Reinforcement
14(3)
Schedules of Reinforcement
17(1)
Key Teaching Strategies
18(3)
Session Design
21(6)
Basic Training Protocol
21(1)
Task Order
21(1)
Dynamics of Therapy
22(2)
Group Therapy
24(3)
Service Delivery Models in Educational Settings
27(1)
Data Collection
28(2)
Recording Session Data
28(1)
Probes
29(1)
Treatment Efficacy/Evidence-Based Practice
29(1)
Troubleshooting Tips for Therapy Sessions
30(1)
Conclusion
31(1)
Additional Resources
31(1)
Appendix 1-A: Therapy Observation Checklist
32(2)
Appendix 1-B: Worksheet for Identifying Behavioral Objectives
34(2)
Appendix 1-C: Worksheet for Formulating and Writing Behavioral Objectives
36(2)
Appendix 1-D: Sample Daily Therapy Plan
38(2)
Appendix 1-E: Daily Therapy Plan
40(2)
Appendix 1-F: Report of Observation Hours
42(1)
Appendix 1-G: Instructions for Using Data Recording Forms
43(12)
Information Reporting Systems and Techniques
55(32)
Philosophy
56(1)
Technical Writing Style
56(1)
Report Formats
57(8)
Initial Therapy Plan
58(3)
Progress Notes
61(1)
Progress and Final Reports
62(3)
Tips for Proofreading Clinical Reports
65(1)
Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
65(2)
IEP Content
66(1)
Due Process
67(1)
Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP)
67(1)
Professional Correspondence
68(7)
Additional Resources
75(2)
Appendix 2-A: Sample Initial Therapy Plan
77(4)
Appendix 2-B: Sample Progress Report
81(6)
PART TWO PROVIDING TREATMENT FOR COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
Intervention for Articulation and Phonology in Children
87(44)
Treatment Efficacy/Evidence-Based Practice
88(1)
General Considerations for Intervention Programming
88(2)
Oral-Motor Considerations
90(3)
Hierarchy of Oral-Motor Treatment Steps
92(1)
Functional Articulation Disorders
93(6)
Example Profiles
93(6)
Organic Articulation Disorders
99(14)
Cleft Palate
99(2)
Example Profile
101(2)
Hearing Impairment
103(2)
Example Profile
105(4)
Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia
109(1)
Example Profile
110(3)
Phonological Disorders
113(9)
Example Profiles
116(6)
Conclusion
122(1)
Additional Resources
122(5)
Appendix 3-A: Phonetic Placement Instructions for Difficult-to-Teach Sounds
127(3)
Appendix 3-B: Diadokinetic Rates for Children
130(1)
Intervention for Language in Infants and Preschool Children
131(36)
Classification of Language Disorders
132(1)
Relationship between Oral Language and Literacy
133(3)
Role of the Speech-Language Pathologist in Literacy
135(1)
Treatment
136(19)
Intervention with Infants (Birth to 2 Years)
136(9)
Intervention with Children (2 to 5 Years)
145(2)
Emergent Literacy Intervention (Birth through Preschool Years)
147(3)
Example Profiles
150(5)
Conclusion
155(1)
Additional Resources
155(5)
Appendix 4-A: Developmental Language Milestones: Birth to 5 Years
160(5)
Appendix 4-B: Stages of Play Development
165(1)
Appendix 4-C: Developmental Toy List
166(1)
Intervention for Language in School-Age Children through Adolescence
167(34)
Treatment for School-Age Children
170(12)
Example Profiles
171(11)
Intervention with Adolescents (10 to 18 Years)
182(17)
Example Profiles
184(15)
Conclusion
199(1)
Additional Resources
199(1)
Appendix 5-A: Types of Cohesion
200(1)
Intervention for Adult Aphasia, the Dysarthrias, and Apraxia of Speech (with Introduction to Dysphagia)
201(62)
Aphasia
202(21)
Classification of Aphasia Syndromes
202(1)
Treatment Efficacy/Evidence-Based Practice
203(3)
Treatment for Aphasia
206(9)
Example Profiles
215(8)
Conclusion
223(1)
Treatment for Motor Speech Disorders
223(1)
The Dysarthrias
224(15)
Classification of the Dysarthrias
225(2)
Treatment Efficacy
227(1)
Treatment for the Dysarthrias
227(6)
Example Profiles
233(6)
Apraxia of Speech
239(9)
Treatment Efficacy
241(1)
Treatment for Apraxia of Speech
241(3)
Example Profiles
244(4)
Introduction to Dysphagia
248(2)
Treatment
249(1)
Conclusion
250(1)
Additional Resources
251(6)
Appendix 6-A: Glossary of Selected Medical Terms
257(3)
Appendix 6-B: Suggestions for Enhancing Verbal Interaction with an Aphasic Family Member
260(1)
Appendix 6-C: Guidelines for Conversational Coaching
261(1)
Appendix 6-D: Normative Data for Adult Diadochokinetic Rates
262(1)
Intervention for Fluency
263(28)
Categories of Stuttering Behaviors
265(1)
Core Behaviors
265(1)
Secondary Behaviors
265(1)
Developmental Disfluencies versus Stuttering
265(1)
Treatment
266(19)
Treatment Efficacy/Evidence-Based Practice
267(1)
Intervention Techniques
268(4)
Example Profiles
272(13)
Conclusion
285(1)
Additional Resources
285(3)
Appendix 7-A: Sample Phrases, Questions, and Monologues
288(3)
Intervention for Voice and Alaryngeal Speech
291(34)
Voice Disorders
292(4)
Classification of Voice Disorders
293(3)
Treatment Efficacy/Evidence-Based Practice
296(1)
Treatment
296(12)
Intervention Techniques
297(4)
Example Profiles
301(7)
Alaryngeal Speech
308(1)
Treatment
308(9)
Mechanical Devices
309(1)
Esophageal Speech
310(2)
Tracheoesophageal (TE) Speech
312(1)
Example Profile
313(4)
Conclusion
317(1)
Additional Resources
317(3)
Appendix 8-A: Additional Dialogue Scripts for Voice Therapy Activities
320(5)
Client and Family Counseling
325(16)
Stages of Counseling
327(1)
Establishing the Therapeutic Relationship
327(1)
Implementing Counseling Intervention
328(1)
Terminating the Therapeutic Relationship
328(1)
Client and Family Emotional Reactions to Communicative Disorders
328(2)
Counseling Techniques for Communicative Disorders
330(4)
Group Counseling
334(1)
Family Systems Counseling
334(1)
Multicultural Issues in Counseling
335(3)
Factors Affecting Counseling with Diverse Populations
335(3)
Conclusion
338(1)
Additional Resources
339(2)
Appendix A: Scope of Practice in Speech-Language Pathology 341(14)
Appendix B: Code of Ethics of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 355(6)
Appendix C: Multicultural Tables 361(12)
Appendix D: International Phonetic Alphabet Symbols 373(4)
References 377(20)
Index 397


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