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         Speech Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Motor Speech Disorders: Substrates, Differential Diagnosis, and Management by Joseph R. Duffy PhD, Mayo Clinic, 2005-02-01
  2. Interventions for Speech Sound Disorders (Communication and Language Intervention) (Communication and Language Intervention Series) by A.Lynn Williams, Sharynne McLeod, et all 2010-02-20
  3. Motor Speech Disorders: Diagnosis & Treatment (Singular Textbook Series) by Ph.D.Donald B Freed, 1999-11-23
  4. Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders: A Guide for the Teacher (3rd Edition) by Barbara J. Hall, Herbert J. Oyer, et all 2000-09-10
  5. Articulation and Phonological Disorders (6th Edition) by John E. Bernthal, Nicholas W. Bankson, et all 2008-08-02
  6. Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Childrenwith Speech Disorder by Karen Dodd, 2005-12-05
  7. Terminology of Communication Disorders: Speech-Language-Hearing by Lucille Nicolosi, Elizabeth Harryman, et all 2003-10-20
  8. Management of Motor Speech Disorders in Children and Adults by Kathryn M. Yorkston, David R. Beukelman, et all 2010-01-15
  9. Childhood Speech, Language & Listening Problems: What Every Parent Should Know by Patricia McAleer Hamaguchi, 2001-08-03
  10. Children's Speech Sound Disorders by Caroline Bowen, 2009-06-18
  11. Motor Speech Disorders by Frederic L. Darley PhD, Arnold E. Aronson PhD, et all 1975-05-01
  12. Speech Disorders Resource Guide for Preschool Children (Singular Resource Guide Series) by A. Lynn Williams, 2002-09-30
  13. The Parents Guide to Speech and Language Problems by Debbie Feit, 2007-07-23
  14. Language Disorders from Infancy Through Adolescence: Assessment and Intervention by Rhea Paul PhDCCC-SLP, 2006-09-28

161. Department Of Communication Sciences And Disorders, University Of South Florida
Programs for speechLanguage Pathology and Audiology. News, faculty, clinic, research and links.
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'Education and exploration today, communication for all tomorrow' The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics ranked Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology among the top 30 fastest growing occupations over the next decade (BLS 2002-2003 Occupational Outlook Handbook). New! CEU opportunities at USF New! Ph.D. Students' Research
About the Department
Founded in 1967, the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of South Florida is the largest in the State of Florida. It offers a variety of fully accredited programs for baccalaureate, master's and doctoral degrees. The undergraduate student may major in Communication Sciences and Disorders, American Sign Language, or Educational Interpreting. On the graduate level, students may elect to pursue a masters degree (M.S.) in Speech-Language Pathology, a clinical doctorate (Au.D.) in Audiology, or a research doctorate (Ph.D.) in Speech, Language, or Hearing Science. In addition, graduate students with a research interest may pursue collaborative doctoral studies with the departments of Psychology or Education. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is located in the Psychology and Communication Disorders building. Faculty and students work with communicatively disordered clients using state-of-the-art technologies that include computerized diagnostic and treatment tools and interactive video systems.

162. Welcome To NSSLHA Web Site
A student interest group for the communication disorders and sciences. News, member list, event information, photos, and contact information.
National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Chapter
Welcome NSSLHA Members
Looking for current information in the field of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology following these links: Home Members Upcoming Events Photo Album Archive 2001 to 2003 ... Information

163. Admission Information - Department Of Communication Disorders - Central Michigan
Program information, schedules and application materials for summer programs designed to aid children with communication disorders (speech and hearing challenges).

Clinical Programs

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Summer Speech-Language Specialty Clinics
For more than half a century, the CMU Department of Communication Disorders has conducted Summer Specialty Clinics for children between the ages of 3 and 17 years with communicative impairments. This unique residential and day program has been maintained to provide:
a combination of communication intervention, social skills instruction, and recreation experiences for children who are communicatively challenged; and educational experience for students in the Department of Communication Disorders. Over the years, this highly regarded program has served more than 5000 children, and has provided practical experience to more than 2000 students pursuing careers in speech-language pathology and audiology.
The Summer Speech-Language Specialty Clinics are designed for children and adolescents with communication disorders who can benefit from an intensive intervention program.
Individuals enrolled in the Summer Specialty Clinics typically receive more intervention sessions in the five-week program than they do in a nine-month school year.

164. Royal Cross Primary School Home Page
A community day special school in Preston, Lancashire providing deaf children, and hearing children with speech and language disorders, with age appropriate language skills.
Royal Cross Primary School Preston Lancashire
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165. Shelagh Davies, M.Sc., S-LP(C) - Registered Speech-language Pathologist In Vanco
Registered speechlanguage pathologist with areas of practice including performers, voice disorders, Parkinson's Disease and gender dysphoria. Lists workshops and provides other info.
Areas of Practice
Professional Management of the Voice and Vocal Problems
Shelagh Davies is a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist with 20 years experience working with the voice and its disorders. She is in private practice in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Because she has a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology, Shelagh approaches the voice from a medical and scientific perspective. As a singer and public speaker herself, she enjoys working with performers and knows firsthand the joys and difficulties of using the voice onstage.
  • someone who wants a voice that sounds better, lasts better and feels easier to produce
    For example:
    • a singer having difficulty with the high notes an actor who has to push the voice to be heard a teacher whose voice is tired by the end of the first period an expert embarking on a lecture tour a transgendered person who needs help matching her voice to her new feminine appearance

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166. Speech And Language Sciences
Information on research into speech and language disorders and the undergraduate course into speech and language therapy. Links to the Scottish Centre for Research into speech Disability, Electropalatography, CLEFTNET.

167. Edinboro University Of Pennselvania
Department of speech and Communication Studies. Programs leading to the BA in Communication Studies and speech Hearing disorders, as well as the MA in Communication Studies and speechLanguage Pathology.
Edinboro University Of Pennsylvania Department of Speech and Communication Press Here to Enter

168. Connecticut Children's Medical Center - Audiology
Comprehensive services to children with speech and hearing disorders, such as speech and language evaluations and therapeutic services. Audiometric services are provided to 18 hours through 18 years of age.
Services Programs Site Search
Staff Speech Audiology
Office Locations
Location: 2F
Telephone: 860.545.9670
Fax: 860.545.9662 Riverdale Farms
(call main office for appointment)
Download Brochure (688k pdf)
120 Simsbury Road
Avon, CT 06001
Contact Person Cheryl Archer, MS, CCC/SLP, Manager E-mail The Speech and Hearing Care Center specializes in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with hearing, communication, or feeding/swallowing concerns. Speech-language pathologists provide assessment and intervention to inpatients and outpatients with traumatic brain injuries, feeding and swallowing disorders, fluency disorders, voice disorders, and neurological and developmentally-based language and/or speech disorders. Services include identification of augmentative communication strategies and the use of assistive technology. Audiological services include infant hearing screening and testing, comprehensive assessment of hearing acuity and middle ear function, brainstem evoked response testing, hearing aid fitting and dispensing, and full audiometric services to children who have had cochlear implants. A physician referral and prescription will facilitate service delivery on the part of most insurance carriers.

169. About Comm Disorders
Such disorders may range from hearing speech sounds faintly, speech and Language disorders these disorders affect the way people talk and understand. Comm Disorders.htm
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
College of Health
What Are Communication Disorders?
Communication disorders can be grouped into two main categories:
  • Hearing Disorders - People with Hearing Disorders do not hear sounds clearly. Such disorders may range from hearing speech sounds faintly, or in a distorted way, to profound deafness. Speech and Language Disorders - these disorders affect the way people talk and understand. These disorders may range from simple sound substitutions to the inability to use speech and language at all.
  • What Are the Signs of a Communication Disorder?
    Hearing: Hearing loss might be suspected when a person does not always hear sounds such as telephone or doorbell ringing, turns his or her ear toward the source of sound, frequently asks the speaker to repeat, turns the TV or radio up too loud, or shows obvious signs of confusion or misunderstanding of speech. Speech and Language Disorders might be present when a person's speech or language is different from that of others of the same age, sex, or ethnic group; when a person's speech and/or language is hard to understand; when a person is overly concerned about his or her own speech; or when a person frequently avoids communicating with others.
    Are Communication Disorders Serious Problems?

    170. Browsealoud ...speech Enabled Web Sites
    Software to speech enable web sites for people with dyslexia and related learning disorders.
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    A considerable section of the population has difficulty reading printed or on-screen text.
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    It is unique in its delivery concept. The software is free to download and the information service provider pays an annual charge to speech enable their web site. Browsealoud enabling your web site will assist in the navigation of your site for the following sections of the population:
    • Low literacy and reading skills. Where English is not the first language. Dyslexic Community. Mild visual impairment.
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    171. OSU College Of Arts & Sciences
    The College of Arts and Sciences houses the Department of Communication disorders, the Department of speech Communication, and the School of Journalism and Broadcasting.
    Advertising Aerospace Studies - Air Force ROTC Art Botany Botany - Biotechnology Network Chemistry Computer Science Ecology Ecology - Ordination Methods English Geography Geology History Mathematics Graduate Mathematics Military Science - Army ROTC Music Philosophy Physics Plant Science - Multidisciplinary Graduate Program Political Science Psychology Center for Science Literacy Sociology Speech Communication Statistics Theatre Zoology Botany Courses CDIS Courses CHEM-1413 English Courses Foreign Language Courses GermanOnline History Courses Physics Courses Political Science Courses POLS-1113 Online Sociology Courses SpanishOnline Statistics Courses Theatre Courses Traditional World Music Chemistry's Berlin wins Medal for Teaching Excellence Use our new Online Academic Advising Appointment system!

    172. Communicative Arts And Sciences
    Department of Communicative Arts Sciences offers programs in Broadcast Journalism, Broadcast Production, Journalism, Public Relations speech, and Communication disorders.
    ENMU Academics Undergraduate Programs Colleges and Departments ... College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Communicative Arts and Sciences
    Degree Programs



    and Research

    The Department of Communicative Arts and Sciences at Eastern New Mexico University offer students a core foundation in understanding mass communication and specialized fields. Theory and research are combined with hands-on experience to enhance student learning. Through dedication, individual attention, and career guidance, the faculty want to help students succeed. Each member of the staff is highly qualified and brings personal experience to the classroom. If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the department at 505.562.2130, or email or write: Department of Communicative Arts and Sciences
    ENMU Station 3
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    Portales, NM 88130 Now Available: Information for the 30th Annual Student Research Conference Communicative Arts and Sciences Faculty Margaret Kirby
    Assistant Professor of Communication Office: College of Business 186 Phone: 505.562.2415

    173. Parent-Child Services Group, Inc.
    Team of pediatric speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Locations in Knoxville and Farragut. Information about staff and services, plus a large collection of handouts about children's communication disorders and their treatment.
    We are a team of pediatric speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physical therapists with allied professionals. We provide services of the highest quality with an emphasis on providing parents with information to enhance their knowledge of their children's development and to provide assistance in maximizing their children's potential. Our team joins with parents to seek solutions to parent-child concerns. PARENT-CHILD SERVICES GROUP - one of East Tennessee's oldest and finest pediatric therapy practices! Main Office
    Suite 180 South
    1225 E. Weisgarber Rd.
    Knoxville, TN 37909 West Office
    St. Mary's Farragut, Suite E
    11416 Grigsby Chapel Road
    Knoxville, TN 37922 Phone
    Fax: (865) 584-6607 The PCSG website uses frames, and your browser doesn't support them.
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    174. 404 Error
    Discussion by the American speechLanguage-Hearing Association of various medical conditions affecting the voice.
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    175. Voice And Swallowing
    Offering care for treatment for voice disorders, technology for vocal cord imaging and vocal analysis, and speech pathology.
    Dedicated to the care of the performance voice
    and treatment of voice disorders
    Let your voice be heard NORTHWEST CENTER FOR
    VOICE AND SWALLOWING About Our Program Staff and Appointments Finding Us Department of ... Related Links This site was created and is maintained by Andrea Campbell l . Last updated 4/2/2003.

    176. - Communication Disorders
    The study of communication disorders (or speech and hearing pathology) is The basic types of language, speech and hearing disorders are presented here
    Communication Disorders
    The study of communication disorders (or speech and hearing pathology) is considered here as an interdisciplinary domain to which phonetics and speech sciences can make valuable contributions. Furthermore, data and models derived from research on different speech and hearing pathologies are also relevant to the general characterisation of the human communication abilities. The basic types of language, speech and hearing disorders are presented here together with some notions about its diagnosis and treatment. Elements of study
    Suggested Reading
    Elements of study
    Suggested Reading
    Developmental language disorders
    • Factors affecting language development [see also L1 acquisition
    • Nature and classification of speech and language disorders
    • Levels of linguistic breakdown:
      • phonology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics
    • Introduction to learning disabilities
    • Language disorder in bilingual children [see also L2 aquisition
    Disorders of fluency
    • Nature and phenomena of stuttering
    • Theories of aetiology in stuttering
    • Diagnosis and assessment
    • Laryngeal dynamics of stutterers
    • Cluttering
    • Neurological disfluencies
    • Types of treatment with children and adults
    Acquired language disorders
    • Communicative competence
    • Aphasia
    • Language disorders
      • Head injury
      • Dementia
      • Psychiatric disorders
    • Diagnosis and treatment
    Acquired motor-sensory speech disorders
    • Models and Theories
    • Feeding and swallowing disorders
    • Dysarthrias
    • Dyspraxias
    • Degenerative disorders
    • Diagnosis and treatment
    Voice disorders

    177. Language And Learning Center
    Evaluations and therapy for speech, language, and learning disorders. Includes an overview of services, therapist profiles, and testimonials.
    If you would like more information, call us at 618-351-1279 or click on the button below to fill out our contact form.
    We also evaluate individuals who may have Auditory Processing Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Dyslexia. We provide innovative solutions for individuals who have difficulty with reading, spelling, writing, and math. In addition, we offer classes for individuals with speech differences due to foreign or regional accent.
    Providing innovative solutions for:
    Dyslexia, Hyperlexia, Attention Deficit Disorder, Auditory Processing Problems
    And also therapy for:
    Voice, Fluency, Articulation, Receptive and Expressive Language Disorders, Aphasia, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Motor Speech Disorders including Apraxia and Dysarthria
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    178. Index Of /tillock
    Information about IEPs, speech and language disorders, and how they're dealt with in the elementary school setting.
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    179. CHERAB: Working On Behalf Of Children's Speech And Language Delays And Disorders
    Some have a speechlanguage disorder that will persist unless warning MAJOR AUTISM AND speech/LANGUAGE DISORDER ORGANIZATIONS RELEASE JOINT STATEMENT
    Join the Cherab Foundation 's free support Discussion List
    For information about communication impairments, see Cherab 's partner informational site, Speechville Express
    Now Also Available In Paperback! The Late Talker
    What to do if your child isn't Talking Yet
    St Martin's Press May 2003 by Marilyn Agin MD, Lisa Geng, and Malcolm J. Nicholl Every parent eagerly awaits the day his or her child will speak for the fist time. For millions of mothers and fathers, however, anticipation turns to anxiety when those initial, all-important words are a long time coming. Many worried parents are reassured that their child is "just a late talker," but unfortunately, that is not always the case. Co-author Lisa Geng was one of those parents and she discovered that her children had serious speech disorders.
    The Late Talker book has already been featured in The "late talker"—when silence isn't golden Not all children with delayed speech are "little Einsteins" or garden variety "late bloomers." Some have a speech-language disorder that will persist unless warning signs are recognized and intervention comes early. Includes a Guide for Parents.

    180. Articulation (Speech) Disorder, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
    Cincinnati Children s treats articulation (speech) disorder characterized by difficulty with individual speech sounds.
    Home Contact Us Site Map Go to Advanced Search ... Conditions and Diagnoses Articulation (Speech) Disorder Communication Disorders Feeding and Swallowing Problems (Dysphagia) Language Disorder Stuttering (Disfluency) / Tartamudez (Falta de fluidez al Hablar) ... Overview
    Conditions and Diagnoses
    Articulation (Speech) Disorder
    Related Services Speech Pathology
    An articulation (speech) disorder is characterized by difficulty with the physical production of individual speech sounds. There may be incorrect placement of the lips, teeth, tongue or even the soft palate during speech, resulting in inaccurate production of certain sounds. In children, it is important to compare speech production with other children the same age. Speech sounds develop gradually over time, but most sounds should be correctly produced by the age of 3, and all sounds should be correctly produced by the age of 6. When an articulation disorder is identified, treatment in the form of speech therapy is needed. Without treatment, social and vocational consequences often result.
    In many cases, there is not a clearly identifiable, structural or physiological reason for the problem.

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