Goal Writing for the Speech Language Pathologist and Special Educator

Author: Gozdziewski
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 128410480X
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Geared for undergraduate and graduate students, Goal Writing for the Speech-Language Pathologist and Special Educator details different types of goals, essential elements of goals, how to establish goals from information garnered from evaluations, and how to write continuing goals for the field of Speech-Language Pathology and Communication Sciences. It is written for students in a Clinical Methods/Clinical Practicum course who are about to being their clinical experience in SLP. Real-world exercises are provided throughout in order to provide realistic examples of what students may encounter in speech and hearing clinics, hospitals, and schools. Goal writing is practiced by SLPs on a daily basis, and understanding how to turn diagnostic information into therapy is a difficult, yet crucial, task. This important subject is not covered in depth in other clinical methods titles yet is a skill all students and clinicians must master.

A Coursebook on Scientific and Professional Writing for Speech language Pathology

Author: M. N. Hegde
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781401818050
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Teaching and learning to write in technical and professional language is an important part of speech-language pathology education. A Coursebook on Scientific and Professional Writing for Speech-Language Pathology, 3e has a long-standing tradition as the only product that covers writing skills that are specific to the profession of speech-language pathology. This product includes guidelines of scientific and professional writing based on the fifth edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) and provides new rules of usage and their correct and incorrect exemplars. A Coursebook on Scientific and Professional Writing for Speech-Language Pathology is divided into three parts covering basic writing skills that are the foundation of good writing, scientific writing in accordance with the fifth edition of APA, and writing assessment reports, treatment plan, progress reports, and professional correspondence.

The Manual of Speech Sound Disorders A Book for Students and Clinicians

Author: Ken Bleile
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111313784
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Now thoroughly updated and presented in an innovative new format, this proven resource provides a detailed, versatile guide to the care and treatment of individuals with speech sound disorders. Covering a wide range of disorders spanning client ages, populations, and settings, this authoritative book is ideal for both students and professionals. In addition to extensive updates reflecting recent clinical and theoretical advances, the new, groundbreaking Third Edition offers two valuable resources in one convenient package, complementing the traditional book with an extensive digital workbook. Digital materials include hands-on exercises to help you practice analyses and procedures described in the text, as well as downloadable forms. What hasn’t changed is the book’s signature practical focus, with a strong emphasis on evidence-based practice and varied options for clinical treatment to ensure an appropriate approach based on each client’s unique needs. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Kuschel das Stachelschwein

Author: Helen Lester
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783880102293
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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A porcupine named Kuschel is happier with his name after he meets a similarly misnamed rhinoceros.

Counseling in Communication Disorders

Author: Cyndi Stein-Rubin
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781630912710
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Incorporating a counseling paradigm has been shown to increase motivation, deepen learning, and sustain progress for clients and families. Counseling in Communication Disorders: Facilitating the Therapeutic Relationshipby Cyndi Stein-Rubin and Beryl T. Adler, is an engaging textbook, written in a genuine and lively tone, so that the reader may easily relate to the material. The text provides a practical vehicle for speech-language pathology students, clinicians, clinical supervisors, and instructors to get to know themselves better and to integrate basic counseling attitudes and tools into their diagnostic and therapeutic programs. Inside Counseling in Communication Disorders, Stein-Rubin and Adler describe the importance of addressing a client's communication challenges by working with the whole person, as a human being, not as a communication disorder. By approaching clients with a counseling attitude that encourages the client's full participation in the treatment process, we then work together in partnership and as a powerful team. The content, techniques, and exercises within Counseling in Communication Disorders are rooted in evidence-based practice from a variety of psychological, counseling, and coaching approaches, such as Humanistic Counseling, Listening and Language, Narrative Therapy, The Cognitive Behavioral Model (CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Positive Psychology, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), and Mindfulness training. Counseling in Communication Disorders also includes reflective questions, exercises, and suggestions to reinforce important concepts. To bring the content to life, real-life and clinical scenarios are interspersed throughout the text. It is well understood that speech-language pathology and audiology clinicians must understand deep listening and how to choose words that will have a positive impact on their client and families, but often overlooked is the personal development of the clinicians themselves. Counseling in Communication Disorders is a comprehensive guide on how to provide the necessary support and encouragement to clients and build self-esteem, while a major focus is the need for the clinicians to work on self before working on other. Counseling in Communication Disorders: Facilitating the Therapeutic Relationship is the first textbook of its kind to comprehensively cover both sides of the therapeutic relationship. Students and clinicians alike will appreciate this unique approach that addresses not only the counseling attitude that is vital to the growth and progress of clients, but also the self-awareness that guides the personal development of the clinician. Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional material to be used for teaching in the classroom.

Clinical Education in Speech Language Pathology

Author: Lindy McAllister
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
ISBN:
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This text promotes the view that the clinical education process offers both clinical educators and students opportunities for personal and professional development. It guides the reader through the clinical education process, from pre-placement preparation to assessment of learning that supports and encourages personal and professional development. Included are resources for supporting the clinical education process, such as checklists, case studies and proformas, and vignettes illustrate the richness of students' and clinical educators' learning experiences.