The Manual of Speech Sound Disorders: A Book for Students and Clinicians
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. - Provided by publisher
Articulation disorders; Voice disorders; Handbooks, manuals, etc;
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
xii, 451 pages ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Bleile, Ken Mitchell, "The Manual of Speech Sound Disorders: A Book for Students and Clinicians" (2015). Faculty Book Gallery. 163.