Communication Intervention: Principles and Procedures
After reading this chapter, students wili be able to: Give three purposes for intervention, State goals of intervention in behavioral terms, Evaluate a range of intervention processes in light of the needs of particular clients, Discuss where on the continuum of naturalness various intervention methods fall, and Explain the role of data collection in the intervention process.
Roth, F. & Paul, R. (2014). Communication intervention: Principles and procedures. In Paul, R. (Ed.). Introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders (3rd ed., pp. 175-202). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders
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Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.