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Primary Progressive Aphasia and Other Frontotemporal Dementias: Diagnosis and Treatment of Associated Communication Disorders is the second volume in the Medical Speech-Language Pathology book series. It is intended to fill an unmet need to assist clinicians, students, and related healthcare professionals in the diagnosis and treatment of the title disorders. There is a growing population of individuals diagnosed with various forms of Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) and Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA), and this number is likely to increase as medical practitioners and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) become more expert at identifying these conditions. More clinicians will be seeing, and treating, patients with a diagnosis of FTD or PPA. Toward that end, the goal of this book is to expand this clinical knowledge base and support the development of skills in diagnosis, but also in clinical management. Within each chapter is a concise presentation of available evidence-based practice and research findings, with a focus on sharing information that is clinically applicable and digestible for non-researchers. Each chapter provides a comprehensive outline of testing that will assist in the diagnosis of the cognitive-communication disorders associated with FTD, PPAs, and primary progressive apraxia of speech (PPAOS). Primary Progressive Aphasia and Other Frontotemporal Dementias is targeted toward practicing clinicians, graduate students, and clinical researchers who are interested in the latest conceptualization of FTD spectrum disorders. The intent is that this book provides clinical pearls to assist in diagnostic assessments and treatment planning. The book also comes with a PluralPlus companion website containing full color images from the text and supplementary videos.
Transforming Voice and Communication with Transgender and Gender-Diverse People: An Evidence-Based Process is written for speech-language pathologists and voice teachers to guide transgender and gender-diverse people through communication transformations. It follows a chronological progression from preparations through techniques, acknowledging all gender presentations throughout the text. A client-centered process is emphasized through case examples illustrating each step. The first section, Start Smart, begins with a chapter about developing and monitoring the provider's self-awareness because a mindful provider is crucial for the safety and success of the process. Information about the populations is provided next to develop the provider's cultural humility and sensitivity. This section closes with practical considerations for working with marginalized populations and ways to mitigate barriers to their accessing care. Service delivery models for five types of settings are described by practicing speech-language pathologists who developed successful programs. The second section, Press On, guides the provider through the best practice standards for gender-related voice and communication services. Procedures and provided forms are tailored to the circumstances and needs of the client and extend the assessment beyond basic vocal function. Three chapters dedicated to the phases of intervention highlight the importance of taking time to establish a collaborative and informed evidence-based plan and prepare the client's body and mind before launching into direct voice work. Stimuli lists, photographs, and figures are provided to assist the client's practice. The final section, Finish Strong, offers several real case examples of navigating the more unique challenges in this process. Five essays about communication transformation written by gender diverse people end the book on an inspirational note. Clients who wish to transform their voice and communication navigate physical, mental, and emotional work. This text is a guide for speech-language pathologists and voice teachers to inform and facilitate transformation. Throughout the book, real examples from the authors and colleagues demonstrate how this work can be done well with informed, thoughtful planning. Extensive resources available on a PluralPlus companion website include fillable forms and videos of techniques and clients progressing through the presented process.
The third edition of Cognitive Communication Disorders remains a vital resource for graduate courses that address cognitively based communication disorders. Students, instructors, and clinicians will benefit from the text's comprehensive discussion of cognitive processes and deficits, including attention, memory, executive functions, right hemisphere brain damage, dementia, combat-related mild traumatic brain injury, and traumatic brain injury and the impact that deficits in these cognitive domains may have on language and communication. New to the Third Edition A new chapter covering Primary Progressive Aphasia An expanded chapter on mild cognitive impairment (MCI) addressing concussion related communication disorders Updated and expanded information on assessment of disordered cognitive processes Case studies to illustrate principles of clinical management of cognitive communication disorders. Access to a PluralPlus Companion Website with PowerPoint lecture slides for each chapter Through contributions from a renowned group of contributors, this text provides a comprehensive review of theoretical and applied research on cognitive communication disorders. The renowned contributors include Margaret Lehman Blake, Carole R. Roth, Fofi Constantinidou, Heather Dial, Maya Henry, Jessica Brown, Kathryn Hardin, Nidhi Mahendra, Mary H. Purdy, Sarah E. Wallace, and Sarah N. Villard.
As with the actual practices of speech-language pathologists and audiologists, clinical education and supervision practices work best when they are grounded not only in concept and theory but also in research. Designed to act as a complete guide to both the theory and the research, The Clinical Education and Supervisory Process in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology provides the most up-to-date information on these crucial topics. Following in the footsteps of their mentor, Jean Anderson, Drs. Elizabeth McCrea and Judith Brasseur have taken on the task of assembling important current research and best practices in clinical education and supervision into one comprehensive resource. With their prestigious team of contributing authors, this text represents the culmination of decades of study and real-world best practices. The Clinical Education and Supervisory Process in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology covers clinical education and supervision across five unique constituent groups: clinical educators of graduate students, preceptors of audiology externs, mentors of clinical fellows, supervisors of support personnel, and supervisors of professionals transitioning between work settings. It also includes the latest information on certification and accreditation requirements for preparation in supervision. Topics include - Foundations: Anderson's Continuum of Supervision - Components of the Process - Expectations for Supervision - Practical Research in Supervision - Literature from other Disciplines - Obtaining Feedback About the Supervisory Process - The Ethics of Clinical Education and Supervision - Supervisor Self-Study and Accountability - Interprofessional Education and Practice in Clinical Education and Supervision Chapter appendices add numerous ancillary materials, allowing readers to easily adopt the most successful processes and strategies the research has revealed. Sample scripts of supervisory conferences, self-assessment tools, action plan tools, and analysis systems can all be found inside. The Clinical Education and Supervisory Process in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is intended as a primary resource for anyone in those professions in any setting who is engaged in the process of clinical education and supervision. With this text as their guide, clinical educators and supervisors will be able to ground their practices in the vast compiled research and study contained within.
This is the first of two volumes that draw on the specialized insights and extensive clinical experience of phoniatric experts in order to offer a basis for the development of concerted European training standards in phoniatrics, with the goal of guaranteeing a high quality of care for European patients in all age groups. The interdisciplinary character of phoniatrics is mirrored in the inclusion of valuable contributions from a range of other medical and non-medical disciplines. This volume focuses on voice disorders and disorders of language and hearing development. In each case a wide range of particular kinds of communication loss are considered. Basic aspects are fully addressed, and guidance provided on diagnostic methods, differential diagnosis, prevention, treatment/rehabilitation, and prognosis. An introductory section also discusses the fundamentals of phoniatrics. The reader will benefit from numerous color photos and tables as well as supplementary electronic material, including audio and video examples. This book is intended for residents and practitioners in phoniatrics and also for ENT physicians, medical students, logopedists, and speech and language pathologists and therapists.
Tele-AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication Through Telepractice is the first comprehensive resource guide to Tele-AAC. Tele-AAC is the use of telepractice specifically for providing services to individuals using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). This text establishes Tele-AAC as a new service delivery model and promotes safe, efficacious, evidence-based, and ethical telepractice for patients who need AAC devices. The goal is to provide readers with fundamental information about policy and service delivery of AAC services via telepractice to enable clinical practice. The text details the specific technical components unique to Tele-AAC service delivery, and how the technology, personnel, and service delivery practices may vary across settings and populations. It offers didactic and case-based content for speech-language pathologists across all levels, from introductory to advanced. Chapters are included that clarify and define the term Tele-AAC, highlight the procedures used while providing assessment and intervention via Tele-AAC, identify ethical and cultural considerations while providing Tele-AAC, and demonstrate its application in a variety of settings. The content has been enriched by the input and knowledge offered by leaders from both telepractice and AAC disciplines, and offers readers the right combination of foundational information and principles to help form a base of understanding for practitioners engaging in Tele-AAC. The field of Tele-AAC is evolving and will transform as the technology changes and advances. This text provides a threshold of understanding from which the field and practitioners can grow.
For a strong foundation upon which to build their futures, students in communication sciences and disorders programs need the best, most up-to-date information available to guide them. To this end, Fundamentals of the Speech and Language Sciences provides a thorough understanding of the core concepts in speech and language while maintaining a readable, engaging tone. Students will be exposed to the fundamentals of acoustics, respiratory science, voice production, acoustic phonetics, and sound spectrography. Language representation and motor programming as they pertain to the dynamic process of speech communication are also explored, as are the fundamentals of speech perception and instrumentation. To give students context, side bars feature the stories of seminal scientists and scholars and their contributions to the topics being discussed. This text benefits from Dr. William Culbertson's nearly three decades of experience in teaching, as well as another decade of experience as a clinical speech-language pathologist. That experience has honed his ability to clearly communicate these crucial topics in a way that students will understand. Topics covered: - The scientific method and various types of research used to study the normal aspects of human speech and hearing - The basics of physics as they pertain to energy, motion, displacement, force, and pressure and their relationship to speech production - The process of respiration as it pertains to gas compression, speech valving, driving pressure, impedance, and flow - Voice onset, modes of vocal vibration, pitch adjustment, volume and quality - The process of dynamic interaction representation at the cortical and subcortical levels of the five basic speech processes: respiration, phonation, articulation, resonance, and prosody Undergraduate students in communication sciences and disorders programs, as well as the related programs of music (voice), special education, and speech communication, will value Fundamentals of the Speech and Language Sciences as the formative text for their understanding of the speech and language sciences.
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A comprehensive look at voice disorders covering causes, symptoms, evaluation, and treatment Voice Disorders: Scope of Theory and Practice, 2nd Edition, presents a comprehensive account of the field of voice in the early years of the new millennium. The book is meant for graduate students in speech-language pathology as well as practicing professionals who would appreciate an up-to-date yet easy-to-read reference. The text integrates a comprehensive and in-depth discussion of the anatomy, physiology, and neurology of specific voice disorders including causes, symptoms, evaluation, and treatment approaches. Discussion of multicultural perspectives, evidence-based practice, quality of life, and the WHO International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health provides readers with a current framework for clinical management. The 2nd Edition incorporates new research, and revised and reorganized material to help students quickly and easily grasp important theoretical and clinical concepts. Also available with the Enhanced Pearson eText* The Enhanced Pearson eText provides a rich, interactive learning environment designed to improve student mastery of content with embedded videos, self-assessment quizzes, and practice Praxis exam question *The Enhanced eText features are only available in the Pearson eText format. They are not available in third-party eTexts or downloads. **The Pearson eText App is available on Google Play and in the App Store. It requires Android OS 3.1-4, a 7 or 10 tablet, or iPad iOS 5.0 or later. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; the Enhanced Pearson eText does not come packaged with this content. Students, if interested in purchasing this title with the Enhanced Pearson eText, ask your instructor to confirm the correct package ISBN and Course ID. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information. If you would like to purchase both the physical text and the Enhanced Pearson eText, search for: 0134800370 / 9780134800370 Voice Disorders: Scope of Theory and Practice, with Enhanced Pearson eText -- Access Card Package Package consists of: 0134802551 / 9780134802558 Voice Disorders: Scope of Theory and Practice 0134802594 / 9780134802596 Voice Disorders: Scope of Theory and Practice -- Enhanced Pearson eText -- Access Card
The discipline of communication sciences and disorders is an exciting field that appreciates the wonders and complexities of human communication. Case Studies in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Second Edition is an informative and relevant text that addresses the myriad disorders, deficits, diseases, and disabilities that can lay waste to the incredible systems involved in communication. It provides engaging factual and historical information about each of the major communication disorders. The case studies presented in each chapter uncover the functional barriers encountered by clients of practising speech-language pathologists and audiologists. Each chapter provides a scholarly overview of a communication disorder with an emphasis on etiology, diagnosis, and treatment and uses several case studies to illustrate the many different presentations of each disorder. Over 50 case studies reflect true clinical practice and include detailed patient histories that give humanity and depth to the patient-clinician relationship. Chapter Topics in the fully-updated second edition include language delays and disorders; articulation and phonology disorders; stuttering; voice and resonance disorders; aphasia; motor speech disorders; dysphagia; traumatic brain injury; and, hearing loss and deafness. This is a relevant and readable text for speech-language pathology and audiology students and clinicians that takes theory and clinical reasoning and applies them to a variety of interesting cases.
For nearly 20 years, Survey of Audiology: Fundamentals for Audiologists and Health Professionals has provided both the breadth of an introductory survey of audiology and the depth of a detailed textbook. Inside, Drs. David DeBonis and Constance Donohue have combined their years of work in clinical settings and their experience teaching audiology into a textbook intended to give students all the knowledge they'll need in the most accessible and comprehensible format. In this Third Edition, updates have been made to include the latest information on the most current topics in audiology, including cognition and hearing loss, pharmacology, central auditory processing disorders, wireless technology, hearing aid accessibility, tinnitus, genetics and biotechnology, and noise exposure. New and updated inside the Third Edition: Ethical considerations for audiologists Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD) Auditory processing disorders Tinnitus Evidence-based genetic counseling The latest hearing aid technology How to critically review evidence in literature and studies With its extensive glossary, numerous case examples, chapter abstracts, learning objectives, and questions for discussion, Survey of Audiology is designed to support learning and reinforce key points in every way. The text also works to integrate the humanistic aspects of audiology with the scientific ones into holistic discussions of assessment and intervention. Through this approach, students will learn to always remember that there is a person behind each set of symptoms. Instructors in educational settings can visit www.efacultylounge.com for additional material to be used for teaching in the classroom, such as PowerPoints and an instructor's manual which includes test questions, sample course syllabi, and suggestions for classroom activities. While aspiring audiologists will appreciate the depth of Survey of Audiology: Fundamentals for Audiologists and Health Professionals, Third Edition, students of speech-language pathology and other health professions looking for a crash course in audiology will benefit from its readability and wide scope.