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  1. Diagnosis in Speech-Language Pathology by J. Bruce Tomblin, Hughlett L. Morris, et all 1999-07-28
  2. Survival Guide for School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists by Ellen Pritchard Dodge, 1999-11-24
  3. Ethics for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists: An Illustrative Casebook by David L. Irwin, Mary Pannbacker, et all 2006-08-09
  4. Hegde's PocketGuide to Assessment in Speech-Language Pathology by M.N. Hegde, 2007-07-12
  5. Medical Speech-Language Pathology: A Practitioner's Guide by Alex Johnson, Barbara Jacobson, 2006-09-15
  6. Diagnosis and Evaluation in Speech Pathology (7th Edition) by William O. Haynes, Rebekah H. Pindzola, 2007-08-17
  7. Neurology for the Speech-Language Pathologist by Wanda Webb PhD, Richard K. Adler PhDCCC-SLP, 2007-09-27
  8. Assessment and Treatment Manual for School-Age Language Disorders: A Resource Manual by Rita Naremore, Ann E. Densmore, et all 2000-08-03
  9. Speech Acoustics and Perception (Pro-ed Studies in Communicative Disorders) by Arthur Boothroyd, 1986-11
  10. Speech Pathology in Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (Methods In Communication Disorders (Whurr)) by Kim Isaac, 2005-11-29
  11. Cleft Palate Speech by Sally J. Peterson-Falzone PhD, Mary A. Hardin-Jones PhD, et all 2009-04-16
  12. J. R. Duffy's PhD M. Clinic's Motor Speech Disorders 2nd(Second) edition(Motor Speech Disorders: Substrates, Differential Diagnosis, and Management [Hardcover])(2005) by J. R. Duffy PhDM. Clinic, 2005
  13. Speech Pathology in Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (Methods In Communication Disorders (Whurr)) by Kim Isaac, 2005-11-29
  14. Cleft Palate Speech by Sally J. Peterson-Falzone PhD, Mary A. Hardin-Jones PhD, et all 2009-04-16

41. SDCA - Speech Disorders Clinical Archive
Welcome to the speech disorders Clinical Archive Webpage dpt. of communication and science disorders the college of communication
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42. Speech Disorders Medical Information
speech disorders Information from speech disorders include several speechrelated problems that result in impaired or ineffective oral

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Speech disorders include several speech-related problems that result in impaired or ineffective oral communication. Also see speech impairment
Alternative Names
Articulation deficiency; Voice disorders; Dysfluency
Speech is one of the primary ways we communicate with our environment. It is also an effective way to monitor normal growth and development as well as to identify potential problems. Dysfluencies are rhythm disorders that are usually characterized by the repetition of a sound, word, or phrase. Stuttering is, perhaps, the most serious dysfluency.

43. Communication And Speech Disorders Department
Communication Sciences and Disorders (MS)Speech Language Pathology In addition to the undergraduate program, the department offers a graduate degree in
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Communication Sciences and Disorders (MS)
Communication Sciences and Disorders (BS)
Leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in communication sciences and disorders, this pre-professional program is designed to prepare the student for graduate study in Speech Pathology or Audiology and the completion of professional requirements at that level. Full professional status, including certification by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and appropriate state licensure, required completion of the Master's degree.
Communication Sciences and Disorders (MS)Speech Language Pathology
In addition to the undergraduate program, the department offers a graduate degree in communication sciences and disorders and makes provisions for PA teacher certification in Speech Language Impaired following the completion of the Master of Science degree. The graduate program in communication sciences and disorders is accredited in Speech Language Pathology by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Career opportunities exist in preschools, elementary or secondary schools, or colleges and universities. Speech Pathologists also work in hospitals, speech and hearing centers, home health care agencies, nursing homes, and private practices.

44. Plain Speaking: Help For Common Speech Disorders, Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Helping parents and children unscramble such disorders is the work of the speech and language pathologists at Cincinnati Children s.
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Plain Speaking: Help for Common Speech Disorders
Language Milestones to Watch For Parents can check their child’s language skills against these milestones for normal speech and language development, according to Ann Kummer, PhD, CCC-SLP, director, Speech Pathology Department of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
2 months:
Watches the speaker’s face. Cries are differentiated by needs. Coos with vowel sounds.
4 to 6 months:
Localizes to sound. Coos with intonation. Vocalizes to others.
6 to 9 months:
Responds to name. Recognizes names of family members. Responds to simple commands accompanied by a gesture. Uses gesture to communicate (pointing, reaching, waving for hi/bye). Imitates actions (as in Peek-a-Boo). Babbles using early developmental consonants (i.e., b, m, w, d, n, g).
10 to 12 months:
Begins to point to some body parts following a command. Follows simple, one-part commands (i.e., Get your shoe). Gives objects to others upon verbal request. Creates jargon with different sound combinations. May begin to use first words.

45. Homepage.html
MOTOR speech disorders References Abstracts. Melanie M. Richter With help from Natasha Hall Laura Przymus. Welcome to my website!
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Welcome to my website! This site provides complete references and abstracts for journal articles as well as references of chapters and books dealing with motor speech disorders resulting from traumatic brain injury. In addition, instrumentation references with contact information and links to other sites are included. Use the links at the bottom of the pages to go to the assessment, treatment, speech characteristics, books, book chapters, and instrumentation references, or use the local search engine to search for keywords. Assessment Treatment Speech
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46. JHHLS - Information On Speech Disorders Like Aphasia & Dysarthria
Premier resource for information on speech disorders like aphasia and dysarthria as well as other speech problems.

47. Speech Disorders
MEDLINEplus medical encyclopedia speech disorders. This peerreviewed article on speech disorders is made available through the MEDLINEplus Health
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broader: Language Disorders other: Dyslexia Language Development Disorders narrower: Aphasia Articulation Disorders Mutism Stuttering ... Australian Stuttering Research Centre The Australian Stuttering Research Centre (ASRC), which was established in 1996, is located within the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney. Its Web site provides details of stuttering treatments for adults, teenagers and children, current research at the ASRC, a list of staff publications and details of postgraduate and continuing education courses. A selection of full-text documents are also available for downloading in PDF, requiring Adobe Acrobat Reader. Stuttering Speech Disorders Research Organizations ... Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists is "responsible for the promotion and maintenance of high standards in the education, clinical practice and ethical conduct of speech and language therapists." The site provides details of accredited courses, postgraduate educational opportunities, publications and press releases. Details of how to find a qualified therapist are also provided. Speech Therapy Speech Disorders Language Therapy Language Disorders ... phonet This list is for those interested in techniques and materials for the teaching of phonetics, with a special focus on teaching phonetics to present and future speech therapists. (Description courtesy of JISCMAIL).

48. Phonology Project And Clinic- Lawrence D. Shriberg Principal Investigator.
Origins, assessment, and treatment of child speech disorders. Lawrence Shriberg, principal investigator, focuses on collaborative genetic projects in apraxia of speech.
Last updated Sept 2, 2003 by Phonology project and clinic. Origins, assessment and treatment of child speech disorders. Larry Shriberg principal investigator. The phonology project is concerned with many aspects of speech and language including the following areas: Speech development, speech, speech disorders, speech and otitis media, otitis media, speech and genetics, genetics, apraxia, articulation development, articulation disorders, speech and articulation, phonology, phonology disorders, acoustics and speech, and speech and language.

49. Library Site For Communication Disorders
Speech and Language Disorders. Resources and information on the Internet relevant to speechlanguage disorders and differences. This site was prepared by disorders .htm
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Stuttering Augmentative and ... Organizations, Associations Speech Disorders Info-Childes
A list of child language acquisition/disorders researchers, primarily consisting of
individuals using CHILDES system (Language Archives and CLAN programs).
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The CHILDES system provides tools for studying conversational interactions.
These tools include a database of transcripts, programs for computer analysis
of transcripts, methods for linguistic coding, and systems for linking transcripts
to digitized audio and video. The SLP "Start Page": Speech Language Pathology: Internet Searches and Resources This site comprises over 200 web pages for families, speech-language pathologists, professionals in related disciplines, and students of human communication disorders

50. Messiah College - Disability Services Speech Disorders
There is a difference between speech disorders and language disorders. Symptoms of speech disorders are difficulty in articulation, voice disorders (such as
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What is a Speech/Language Disorder?
There is a difference between speech disorders and language disorders. Symptoms of speech disorders are difficulty in articulation, voice disorders (such as dysphonia),or fluency disorders (such as stuttering). Aphasia is an acquired speech disorder caused by brain damage which affects a person's ability to communicate. Language disorders are recognized as problems in understanding or using the symbols and rules people use to communicate with each other. Developmental expressive language disorder and developmental receptive language disorder are examples of language disorders. A student with a language disorder may not be able to think of the name of an object or call it by the correct name, may have difficulty following directions, may seem inattentive, or may struggle to compose complete, grammatical sentences.

51. NCNCD Site: WWW Links: Motor Speech Disorders
Computer Assisted Treatment for Motor speech disorders A Report Brief from the Treating Children with Motor speech disorders by Michael A. Crary by
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Quick Links CenterNet Site Survey InfoNet PhotoMural ... Innovative Therapists International : is a Continuing Education Company designed to provide the very best workshops to help Therapists learn the "fun", "practical" and very "effective" techniques associated with Oral-Motor Therapy. TTSI: Motor Speech Disorders : its major aim the promotion and conduct of research into speech disorders of neurological origin (motor speech disorders) covering aspects of assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of these disorders. Treating Children with Motor Speech Disorders by Michael A. Crary : by Michael A. Crary, Professor and Chair, Department of Communicative Disorders University of Florida Health Science Center If you know of any appropriate web sites please submit a URL . A submission does not mean an automatic addition to the site. The site must first be reviewed to by our staff, before addition. Please Note: The following sites are not produced by NCNCD. The content on these pages are not endorsed nor monitored by NCNCD.

52. Children's Healthcare Of Atlanta: Craniofacial - Managing Speech Disorders
Managing speech disorders How Speech Instrumentation, Surgery and Prosthetics Can Help How can instrumentation and imaging help with speech disorders?

53. Children's Healthcare Of Atlanta: Craniofacial - Articulation Disorders
Managing speech disorders Improving Your Clinical Competence with Articulation Disorders Related to Cleft Lip/Palate and Craniofacial Disorders

54. - Motor Speech Disorders
Motor speech disorders Substrates, Differential Diagnosis, and Management To order this title, Managing Motor speech disorders General Principles 17.
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Second Edition
Joseph Duffy
, PhD, Head, Section of Speech Pathology, Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Professor, Speech Pathology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota
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With expanded and updated information including current techniques, approaches, and case studies, the 2nd edition of this bestselling book continues its reputation as a dependable and outstanding evidence-based source on acquired motor speech disorders in adults. It covers the substrates of motor speech and its disorders, the disorders and their diagnoses, and management focusing on integrating what is known about the bases of motor speech disorders with the realities of clinical practice to ensure readers have the key content they need to be effective practitioners.
Part 1: Substrates
1. Defining, Understanding, and Categorizing Motor Speech Disorders 2. Neurologic Bases of Motor Speech and its Pathologies 3. Examination of Motor Speech Disorders

55. Parents Of Galactosemic Children - Speech Disorders
One type of speech disorder that has been associated with classic If you suspect that your child has this disorder, or some other speech problem,
Speech Disorders It is believed that approximately, 60% of classic galactosemic children have speech problems. Problems range from mild to moderate or severe. One type of speech disorder that has been associated with classic galactosemia is apraxia of speech, often referred to as dyspraxia Dyspraxia is not a developmental delay of speech see footnote . It is considered a "motor speech disorder". Verbal dyspraxia is defined below: Verbal Dyspraxia A sensory motor disorder of articulation characterized by impaired capacity to plan the positioning of speech musculature and muscle movements for the production of speech sounds. While it is primarily an articulation disorder, there are a number of other related communication problems associated with dyspraxia , such as: problems of syntax (word order), language organization, and pragmatics (set of rules governing conversation). ( note-Reading , writing, spelling, and spatial awareness can also be affected. If you suspect that your child has this disorder, or some other speech problem, have your child evaluated as soon as possible. The sooner speech therapy is started for a child who needs it, the better. Hearing tests are usually performed first to rule out any kind of hearing impairment. If your child's hearing has been checked, and a hearing problem has been ruled out as a cause for speech problems, have your child evaluated by a qualified speech pathologist. You may be able to find a qualified speech pathologist through your local school system (early intervention program.) If you suspect

56. Motor Speech Disorders, 2nd Edition
Examination of Motor speech disorders Part 2 The Disorders and Their Diagnoses 4. Managing Motor speech disorders General Principles 17.

57. Select A Medical Service | Speech, Voice & Swallowing Center
Below are the most common types of speech disorders we treat at Lahey Clinic Apraxia (also known as verbal apraxia or dyspraxia) is a speech disorder
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Below are the most common types of speech disorders we treat at Lahey Clinic:
  • Alaryngeal speech is achieved following a laryngectomy through the use of an external vibratory source such as an electrolarynx or an internal vibratory source such as that created by a tracheoesophageal puncture.
    Apraxia (also known as verbal apraxia or dyspraxia) is a speech disorder in which a person has difficulty producing speech accurately and consistently for reasons other than weakness or paralysis of the muscles that control speech. Typically, people with apraxia/dyspraxia demonstrate difficulty with the motor-planning component of speech.

58. SNOW - Students With Speech Disorders
SNOW (Special Needs Opportunity Windows) is a project aimed at supporting educators of students with special needs. Our web site serves as a clearinghouse
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Students With Speech Disorders
Some students have so much difficulty with speech production that it interferes with their communication and learning. Students who have a significant speech impairment may also have difficulty in acquiring the language analytical skills that are necessary for reading and writing.
Speech disorders include:
  • dysfluency (repetition, prolongation, hesitation, block, incomplete phrases)
  • voice (problems with pitch, intensity, quality, intonation, e.g., nasal, whisper)
  • articulation (lisp, sound substitution, distortion, or omission).
These difficulties are not due to trying to speak a new language, a temporary physical disability, environmental or economic factors. The cause of the disorder may or may not be physical. It is important to have a medical examination to make sure that everything possible has been done to correct any physical abnormalities. Some students may have speech difficulties that are due to medical problems, such as cerebral palsy. A speech-language pathologist is best able to provide assessment and instructional strategies for these students.
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These methods of helping students overcome their difficulties must be used in a way that is not embarrassing to the students. Discreet, private, individual remediation is appropriate. If students feel publicly humiliated, they may resist any form of intervention.

59. MSN Encarta - Speech And Speech Disorders
Speech and speech disorders. Speech is a learned system of communication requiring the coordinated use of voice, articulation, and language skills .
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60. Otolaryngology: Sinus, Voice And Speech Disorders
The Voice and speech disorders Laboratory provides a full array of services to meet the needs of individuals experiencing voice difficulties.

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