Introduction to Clinical Methods in Communication Disorders
"This is the second edition of Introduction to Clinical Methods in Communication Disorders which originally published in 2002. Like the first edition, this textbook guides SLPs through the entire clinical experience, including the process of assessment using a variety of instruments, sampling of communicative behaviors, and planning and implementing interventions. The chapters provide introductory and background information and also address current issues such as multiculturalism and technological advances. The book discusses a wide range of clinical approaches (pull out, consultation, collaboration) in a variety of settings (hospitals, schools, etc.) and shows how they apply across communication disorders. Based on standards mandated by ASHA, this second edition serves as an essential start to mastering the science and art of clinical practice"--Amazon.
Contents: Introduction to clinical practice in communication disorders / Rhea Paul, Paul W. Cascella -- Ethical and professional practices / Paul W. Cascella -- Principles of assessment / Marianne Kennedy -- Assessment of the speech mechanism / G. Robert Buckendorf, Allyson Goodwyn-Craine -- Communication sampling procedures / Rhea Paul, John Tetnowski, Ellen Reuler -- Communication intervention: principles and procedures / Froma Roth, Rhea Paul -- Evidence based decision making in communication intervention / Marc E. Fey, Laura M. Justice -- Interviewing, counseling, and clinical communication / Kevin M. McNamara -- Public policies affecting clinical practice / Nickola W. Nelson, Yvette D. Hyter, Michele A. Anderson -- Clinical service delivery and work settings / Paul W. Cascella, Mary H. Purdy, James J. Dempsey -- Issues of cultural and linguistic diversity / Brian Goldstein, Aquiles Iglesias -- Assistive technology in communication disorders / Melanie Fried-Oken -- Family centered practice / Denise LaPrade Rini, Jane Hindenlang.
Paul, Rhea, "Introduction to Clinical Methods in Communication Disorders" (2007). Speech-Language Pathology Faculty Publications. 11.