At last, a book for practicum! This book explores the problem-solving and decision-making process involved in clinical intervention planning across categories of children's communication disorders.
The authors show how to conceptualize an overall intervention plan before addressing the client's first session. The chapters are conveniently organized according to three phases: long-term, short-term, and session. Goal writing and procedure planning evolve across the three phases. Includes case studies of four children with different types of speech/language disorders: language, phonology, fluency and voice.
Anyone who practices or is interested in speech-language pathology.
A primary text for graduate and advance undergraduate clinical courses on clinical methods and materials, practicum seminars, and student- teaching courses, for students with previous courses in speech and language acquisition, communication disorders, and diagnostics. Includes case studies of four children with language, phonology, fluency, and voice disorders. No date is noted for the first edition. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.