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         Communication Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Handbook for Evidence-Based Practice in Communication Disorders by Christine, A., Ph.D. Dollaghan, 2007-06
  2. Phonology for Communication Disorders by Martin J. Ball, Nicole Muller, et all 2009-11-11
  3. Language Intervention Strategies in Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders
  4. Language and Communication Disorders in Children (6th Edition) by Deena K. Bernstein, Ellenmorris Tiegerman-Farber, 2008-08-03
  5. Social and Communication Development in Autism Spectrum Disorders: Early Identification, Diagnosis, and Intervention
  6. Introduction to Neurogenic Communication Disorders by Robert H. Brookshire PhDCCC/SP, 2007-05-25
  7. Acquired Neurogenic Communication Disorders: A Clinical Perspective (Paperback) by Ilias Papathanasiou, 2005-10-28
  8. Conquering Eating Disorders: How Family Communication Heals by Ph.D. Sue Cooper, R.D. Peggy Norton, 2008-09-16
  9. Communication Sciences and Disorders: A Contemporary Perspective (2nd Edition) by Laura M. Justice, 2009-04-23
  10. Augmentative & Alternative Communication: Supporting Children & Adults With Complex Communication Needs by Pat Mirenda, David R. Beukelman, 2006-01-18
  11. Foundations of Communication Sciences and Disorders by Paul T Fogle, 2007-11-02
  12. Terminology of Communication Disorders: Speech-Language-Hearing by Lucille; Harryman, Elizabeth; Kresheck, Janet Nicolisi, 1978
  13. Introduction to Clinical Methods in Communication Disorders by Rhea Paul, 2006-11-30
  14. Assessment & Intervention for Communication Disorders in Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Populations by Henriette W. Langdon, 2007-06-28

21. A Taylor & Francis Health Sciences Journal: Journal Of Multilingual Communicatio
Journal of Multilingual communication disorders. First, there is research into multilingualism (including multidialectalism) and communication disorders.
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Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders Editor: , Department of Communicative Disorders, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
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Aims and Scope: In recent times there has been a marked increase in the emphasis on multilingual and multicultural concerns in Speech-Language Pathology, perhaps especially in the United States where it has been strongly promoted by ASHA, the professional body. While anglophone areas and those of the major European languages (such as Scandinavia, Germany, France and Italy) have long had a strong tradition of work and publications in the area, new work has been forthcoming on, among others, the Cantonese and Putonghua varieties of Chinese, Thai, Turkish, Brazilian Portuguese, new and old world Spanish, and with certain minority languages (for example, Welsh and Irish). We see the area of research to be covered by this journal as three-fold. First, there is research into multilingualism (including multidialectalism) and communication disorders. This would encompass research into how communication disorders are manifested in multilingual individuals (for example differential language disturbances in aphasia, patterns of interference in delayed phonology); how treatment is best undertaken for multilingual clients (for example, choice of language to treat in, use of translators); and provision of multilingual assessments materials (e.g. translation of standard tests, development of assessment materials for specific language groups, development of specifically bilingual assessment procedures).

22. Journal Of Communication Disorders
Publication on topics related to disorders of speech, language, and hearing. Includes ordering information and free sample copy.
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Journal of Communication Disorders publishes original articles on topics related to disorders of speech, language, and hearing. Authors are encouraged to submit reports of experimental or descriptive investigations, theoretical or tutorial papers, case reports, or brief communications to the editor. Special topic issues titled Clinics in Communication Disorders provide clinicians with essential information on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of communication disorders.

23. Net Connections For Communication Disorders And Sciences
Net Connections for communication disorders and Sciences This Internet guide was developed for quot;professionals and students in the fields of speechlanguage pathology, audiology, speech

24. EMedicine - Communication Disorders : Article By Renee S Melfi, MD
communication disorders Communication is a multidimensional dynamic process that allows human beings to interact with their environment.
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Author: Renee S Melfi, MD , Staff Physician, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Magnolia Diagnostics Coauthor(s): Susan J Garrison, MD , Medical Director of the Rehabilitation Center, Associate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Methodist Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine Renee S Melfi, MD, is a member of the following medical societies: American Academy of Pain Medicine American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation American Medical Association International Spinal Injection Society ... North American Spine Society , and Physiatric Association for Spine, Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation

25. Clinical Programs - Department Of Communication Disorders - Central Michigan Uni
Program information, schedules and application materials for summer programs designed to aid children with communication disorders (speech and hearing challenges).

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For more than half a century, the CMU Department of Communication Disorders has conducted Summer Specialty Clinics for children between the ages of 3 and 17 years with communicative impairments. This unique residential and day camp has been maintained to provide: a combination of communication intervention, social skills instruction, and recreation experiences for children who are communicatively challenged; and educational experience for students in the Department of Communication Disorders. Over the years, this highly regarded program has served more than 5000 children, and has provided practical experience to more than 2000 students pursuing careers in speech-language pathology and audiology. Eligibility The Summer Speech-Language Specialty Clinics are designed for children and adolescents with communication disorders who can benefit from an intensive intervention program. Individuals enrolled in the Summer Specialty Clinics typically receive more intervention sessions in the six-week program than they do in a nine-month school year.

26. Department Of Communication Disorders - Central Michigan University
Mission The Department of communication disorders mission is to provide high quality undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate education; provide high quality
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The Department of Communication Disorders' mission is to provide high quality undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate education; provide high quality clinical services to the community; and instill in students a strong commitment to their respective professions.
In order to accomplish this mission, the department believes it is essential to integrate: Persistent attention to excellence in teaching High quality clinical practices and service for our clients, including involvement of clients, families, and significant others in the total rehabilitation process State-of-the-art technology Support for student, staff, and, faculty research Support for continuing education of staff and faculty Cultural sensitivity and diversity Dedication to open communication and teamwork, both within the department and interdepartmentally Distance Au.D. Program Central Michigan University College of Health Professions ... Request Information

27. ANCDS: Academy Of Neurologic Communication Disorders And Sciences
This is the official site of the Academy of Neurlogic communication disorders and Sciences, ANCDS. Founded in 1983, ANCDS
Founded in 1983, ANCDS is a group of professionals interested in encouraging the highest quality of life for adults and children with neurologic communication disorders. The purposes of the ANCDS are professional, clinical, educational, scientific, and charitable. Note : Practice Guidelines may be found by selecting Resources from the list on the left side of this page. CLINICAL APHASIOLOGY CONFERENCE 2004: Call for Papers Visit the American Heart Association's new research microsite and urge your own legislators in Washington, D.C. to increase NIH funding so critical heart and stroke research opportunities are not lost. INVITATION TO REVIEW: Members of ANCDS are invited to review the Technical Report on the use of standardized tests for the evaluation of cognitive-communication disorders after traumatic brain injury (TBI).
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28. MedWebPlus Subject Communication Disorders
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29. Communication Disorders Technology
sciences. communication disorders Technology,Inc. Indiana University Research Park 501 N. Morton, Suite 215 Bloomington, IN 47404,
New Addition to Accent Modification Software! For Use with Speakers of More Than 24 First Languages! HearSay For All Speech Training Products Now Available for Purchase Online
  • Pronunciation practice using automatic Speech Recognition technology
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CDT Press Releases We develop and sell computer-based speech training software. CDT products apply automatic speech recognition technologies to speech training for children and adults with articulation disorders, speech intelligibility problems associated with hearing impairment, second-language acquisition, and developmental handicaps. All products have been demonstrated to be effective through systematic clinical trials. CDT employs research scientists and technicians from the fields of cognitive science, computer science, engineering, experimental psychology, instructional systems design, linguistics, mathematics, and speech and hearing sciences. Communication Disorders Technology,Inc.

30. Step Ahead - Providing New Opportunities For People With Disabilities
Services for people with intellectual diabilities and/or communication disorders and their staff. Located in New South Wales, Australia.
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Step Ahead Consulting is an organisation that provides new opportunities for people with disabilities to extend their independence. Step Ahead offers:
  • Workshops for people with disabilities in functional life skills Individualised programs to meet identified needs Behavioural assessments and intervention support plans Staff training Development of training programs and resources for service providers Policy development for service providers Comprehensive programs available for purchase
TRAINING PROGRAMS We are pleased to announce the release of two new training programs - Friendships and Self esteem and resilience ALSO AVAILABLE We also have our Conversation Skills and Feelings, Assertiveness and Problem Solving training program available for sale. WORKSHOPS For more info... ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ATTENDING ONE OF OUR WORKSHOPS ? If you are interested in attending or receiving more information about our workshop program, please

31. Welcome To The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
ASHA is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for more than 96,000 audiologists, speechlanguage pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. This site is a resource for ASHA members, persons interested in information about communication disorders, and for those wanting career and membership information.
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The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for  more than 114,000 members and affiliates  who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. Our mission is:  "To promote the interests of and provide the highest quality services for professionals in audiology, speech-language pathology, and speech and hearing science, and to advocate for people with communication disabilities" (find out  more about ASHA The Latest    Register now for our  2004 Schools Conference (July 9 - 11, Baltimore, Maryland)

32. SwetsWise: Login
Deafness and communication disorders (DC)Deafness and communication disorders (DC). The National Institute on Deafness and Other communication disorders (NIDCD), one of the

33. Section On Biophysics At NIDCD
National Institute on Deafness and Other communication disorders group studies processes important for sound reception with membrane biophysical methods.

34. Journals
communication disorders Quarterly If you re interested in replacing outdated approaches to communication disorders with more effective ones . . .
Communication Disorders Quarterly Research, Intervention, and Practice in Speech, Language, and Hearing If you're interested in replacing outdated approaches to communication disorders with more effective ones . . . If you look at the challenges of your discipline as opportunities to help your students or clients succeed . . . If you enjoy learning and increasing your skills . . .
. . . you're going to benefit from a subscription to Communication Disorders Quarterly (formerly the Journal of Children's Communication Development ). It's amazingly insightful, providing solutions proven in schools and clinical settings. You'll get interpretations of recent studies, research, and analysis by top-level professionals. Each research article includes implications for clinical or classroom practices. Also look for current book and material reviews, point-counterpoint exchanges on controversial topics, and special series. From literacy skills of migrant Mexican American preschoolers to language characteristics of children with ADHD to linguistic and cultural diversity in university and graduate school admissions-everything you need to keep you at the forefront of your profession and improve communication skills for those you work with. Published quarterly
Editor: Kathy L. Confal, Ph.D

35. Journals
communication disorders Quarterly (CDQ) Research, intervention, and practice in speech, language, and hearing; everything you need to keep you at the forefront
PRO-ED journals offer clear writing and perceptive, thoughtful discussion regarding research on issues related to management, interventions, planning, and education for individuals with a variety of disabilities. These journals are geared toward professionals in many disciplines, including special education, rehabilitation, counseling, psychology, social work, and corrections. Journal descriptions and subscription information may be found in the Special Education catalog.
PRO-ED publishes the following 12 journals:
Communication Disorders Quarterly (CDQ)
Research, intervention, and practice in speech, language, and hearing; everything you need to keep you at the forefront of your profession.
Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
Research, intervention, and practice in speech, language, and hearing; everything you need to keep you at the forefront of your profession.

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37. The DRM WebWatcher: Communication Disorders
A Disability Resources Monthly guide to the best online resources about communication disorders.
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Communication disorders encompass a wide variety of problems in speech, language, hearing and related areas. The following web sites deal with communication disorders from a very broad perspective; more specific sites can be found in related subjects
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
ASHA is a professional, scientific, and credentialing association for audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. Its web site features a wealth of information about speech, language, swallowing, hearing, and balance disorders. It also includes an online directory of credentialed audiology and speech-language-pathology programs.
General Information About Speech and Language Disorders
This fact sheet from the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities provides a good overview and list of resources for parents and professionals.
The home page of the International Association of Laryngectomees (IAL) provides information about speech therapists, support groups, products, events, and other topics of interest to laryngectomees.

38. Communication
A nonprofit organization which provides Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Services to both children and adults throughout Vermont. links/communication.htm
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E.M. Luse Center for Communication Disorders at UVM
Meeting and Supporting Communication Needs Throughout Your Life!
The Eleanor M. Luse Center for Communication Disorders (located in the Allen House on the University of Vermont campus, on the corner of Main and South Prospect Streets) is a non-profit organization which provides Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Services to both children and adults throughout Vermont. We are accredited for the delivery of professional services in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology by the Professional Services Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. All professional services available at the Luse Center are provided by or directly surpervised by staff members who hold at least a Masters Degree and hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The Center also serves as the primary training center for graduate students in the University of Vermont 's Department of Communication Science and Disorders. We take self-referrals and referrals from a variety of professionals. The staff welcomes your comments and suggestions regarding services, fees, and policies. Services are available to all people, regardless of race, creed, sex or national origin.

39. Florida State University Department Of Communication Disorders
College of Communication, College of Communication, 2003 ASHA Sessions. Copyright Information.
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40. DuBard School For Language Disorders
Using the Association Method, the DuBard School for Language Disorders brings the gift of oral and written language to individuals with severe communication disorders.
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The DuBard School for Language Disorders was established in 1962 and is a clinical division of the USM Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences.
The school was designed to serve children with severe language/speech disorders and hearing impairments and to provide guidance and counseling for parents and families of the children. The school is a practicum site for university students majoring in speech-language pathology, audiology, or deaf education. Individualized instruction is vital in the early years.
Our Mission Statement The mission of the DuBard School for Language Disorders at The University of Southern Mississippi is to bring the gift of oral and written language to individuals with severe communication disorders through use of the Association Method in direct clinical services and professional training. The language of academic subjects is a key component.

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