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Sourcebook for Assessing & Maintaining Communication

( Κωδικός: 0024781 )
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Contents: A4, illustrated wire-o-bound, 302pp
Συγγραφέας : Fiona Sugden-Best
ISBN : 0863883052

Περιγραφή

The second volume in the series Sourcebooks for Neurodisability, this book is aimed at clients who have some, even if limited, motor control to enable hand pointing. Contains many photocopiable exercises that can be handed to clients and carers to work on independently, with record sheets that can be easily filled in. The sourcebook contains:


Oromotor Exercises Laid out in a clear format, with illustrations, enabling clients to work independently. Record sheets to fill in on a daily basis.
Articulation Sheets Speech sounds, including consonant clusters, of multi-syllabic words and tongue twisters. Phrases of syllabic length are also included.
Language Assessments & Screens for those reliant at a high level on hand pointing alone.
AAC screen with alphabet charts for direct access.

Special Features


Totally photocopiable for use by practitioners at any level of experience.
Exercise sheets printed in large type for the visually impaired client
Handouts enable independent working by clients
For use in rehabilitation, acute and domicillary settings

Readership
Speech & language therapists at all levels working with profound, acquired neurologically impaired adults

About the author
Fiona Sugden-Best is a speech & language therapist, qualifying at City University in 1988. She has worked at the Royal Hospital for Neurodisability where she worked with a progressive neurological client group, as well as on rehabilitation wards; as the Senior Speech & Language Therapist for acute neurosciences at the Royal London NHS Trust; and currently works for the King George Hospital (Redbridge Health Care). She has also been involved in educating other professionals as well as speech & language therapy students.