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         Speech Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Evaluating Research in Communicative Disorders (6th Edition) by Nicholas Schiavetti, Dale Evan Metz, et all 2010-03-06
  2. Acquired Speech and Language Disorders by Bruce E. Murdoch, 2010-01-07
  3. Clinical Management of Sensorimotor Speech Disorders by Malcolm McNeil, 2008-06-06
  4. Phonology for Communication Disorders by Martin J. Ball, Nicole Muller, et all 2009-11-11
  5. Acquired Speech and Language Disorders by Bruce E. Murdoch, 2010-01-07
  6. Clinical Management of Sensorimotor Speech Disorders by Malcolm McNeil, 2008-06-06
  7. Phonology for Communication Disorders by Martin J. Ball, Nicole Muller, et all 2009-11-11
  8. Speech and Language Disorders in Bilinguals
  9. Articulation & Phonological Disorders: A Book Of Exercises (Singular Textbook Series) by Ken M. Bleile, 1996-09-01
  10. Speech and Language Disorders in Multiple Sclerosis by Bruce E. Murdoch, Deborah Theodoros, 2005-11-29
  11. How to Prepare for the Praxis Examination in Speech-Language Pathology by Kay T. Payne, 2000-09-18
  12. Psychology of Voice Disorders by Deborah Caputo Rosen, Robert Thayer Sataloff, 1997-02-01
  13. Foundations of Communication Sciences and Disorders by Paul T Fogle, 2007-11-02
  14. Teaching Children with Speech and Language Difficulties by Deirdre Martin, 2000-05-17

81. CD Helps Children With Speech Disorders Sing Along With Classic Tunes
CD helps children with speech disorders sing along with classic tunes. Monday, November 13, 2000. That same principal applies to children with speech disorders.
CD helps children with speech disorders sing along with classic tunes Monday, November 13, 2000 By Monica L. Haynes, Post-Gazette Staff Writer Two-year-old Colin Moir wanted to sing. He wanted to sing the "I Love You" song performed at the end of the children's television show "Barney." But he couldn't. Colin had been diagnosed six months earlier with apraxia of speech, a disorder that makes it difficult for children to sequence and execute speech movements. The Barney song was too fast for him to sing along. Cover of the new CD "Time to Sing," which features 26 classic children's songs. "He was heartbroken. He was crying," said his father, Robert Moir. Colin didn't make a sound as the tears rolled down his face. Moir's heart ached, too, because of his son's sadness. But he didn't just throw his hands up in despair. Moir and fellow parent Dr. Mary Sturm, whose son Joshua also has apraxia, enlisted the aid of singers, musicians, a speech language pathologist and the music director for "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" to produce "Time to Sing," a special CD of 26 classic children's songs. The words of the songs are much slower, but the new arrangements make the music "fun, exciting, playful and beautiful," according to the liner notes.

82. Bird's Song May Be Linked To Speech Disorders
UCLA scientists report parallels between human speech and the song of a bird, findings that may contain clues to human speech disorders.
Public release date: 30-Mar-2004
Contact: Stuart Wolpert

University of California - Los Angeles
Bird's song may be linked to speech disorders
UCLA scientists report parallels between human speech and the song of a bird, findings that may contain clues to human speech disorders. The research by a team led by Stephanie White, UCLA assistant professor of physiological science, supports the theory that two genes shared by humans and songbirds, FoxP1 and FoxP2, may play a critical role in human speech, and speech disorders. The study is published March 31 in the Journal of Neuroscience. "We examined the expression of FoxP1 and FoxP2 in embryonic human brains and found a striking correspondence between bird and human expression," said White, a member of UCLA's Brain Research Institute. "The similar expression patterns suggest that songbirds can be studied to investigate neural mechanisms for vocal learning that may be parallel to those used by the human brain. "Our findings make it more likely that FoxP2 plays a critical role for learning speech and vocalization in both humans and the songbird," she said. "Understanding how FoxP1 and FoxP2 function in the songbird may reveal significant insights into human vocal learning and speech disorders." FoxP2 is in the brain of the zebra finch in regions that control the learning of song, said White, who said that additional unknown molecules are likely to interact with the gene. The UCLA study is the first to address whether FoxP2 is critical for learned vocalizations in other species.

83. Communication And Speech Disorders Department
degree program in Communication Sciences and Disorders (Accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation, {CAA}, of the American Speech, Language, Hearing
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Communication Sciences and Disorders (BS)
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Undergraduate Baccalaureate degree program in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Career opportunities exist in preschools, elementary or secondary schools, or colleges and universities. Speech Pathologists also work in hospitals, speech and hearing centers, home health care agencies, nursing homes, and private practices.
The department is housed in the Keeling Health Center along with the Speech and Hearing Clinic. The facilities are modern and contain state of the art equipment including a voice lab, computerized speech lab, fully equipped two room audiometric suite, augmentative communication devices, and a closed circuit television monitoring system for clinical supervision.
Dr. Colleen McAleer

Phone: 814-393-2581/ Location: 113 Keeling Continue to the Department Home Page
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84. A - Z Speech Disorders
Home. Search. Appointments. Contact. speech disorders. Facts about stuttering. Stuttering New discoveries about an old problem. Return to UCI Health AZ. Health/A-Z_Speech_Disorders.htm
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85. Speech Disorders Specialty Listing
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86. NCNCD Site: Aspects Of Articulatory Function: Motor Speech Disorders
Aspects of Articulatory Function Motor speech disorders. Search NCNCD Advanced Site Map.
Research Research List (by topic) June 2, 2004
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87. MedWebPlus Subject Speech Disorders
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88. ATE Responses
SUBJ (01/00) speech disorders WITH CMT. While I have not encountered prevalent speech disorders in CMT, it is possible that dysarthria and dysphagia may occur.

89. Abstracts / Articulatory Kinematics In Neurogenic Speech Disorders / MRDDRC / Wa
Waisman Center Circle Logo The Waisman Center. Project Title Articulatory Kinematics in Neurogenic speech disorders Principal Investigator Gary Weismer, Ph.D.
Project Title: Articulatory Kinematics in Neurogenic Speech Disorders Principal Investigator: Gary Weismer, Ph.D.
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90. Communication Disorders And Sciences
A metaguide to internet resources about communication disorders, designed for professionals and students in the fields of speechlanguage pathology, audiology, speech science, persons with communication disabilities (or differences), and their support persons.

91. Communication And Speech Language Links
An annotated index of pointers to resources and information on the Internet relevant to speechlanguage disorders and differences.

92. The Center For Speech And Language Disorders
Researching and developing innovative therapies for children with autism and pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) from as early as 18 months to young adulthood.

A Brief History of the Center

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Hyperlexia Publications

Welcome to The Center for Speech and Language Disorders. We are a non-profit organization based in Elmhurst, Illinois. Our mission is to help children with speech and language disorders reach their full potential. Please explore our site to learn more about CSLD, the children we serve, and how we can help you or someone you care about.CSLD is an internationally recognized leader in the diagnosis and treatment of hyperlexia and other language disorders.
For over 25 years, CSLD has been at the forefront of researching and developing innovative, state-of-the art therapies for children with autism and pervasive developmental disorders.
We see children as young as 18 months through young adulthood. Our speech and language pathologists offer a family oriented approach while working one-on-one and in small groups with the children.
Housed in a spacious facility in Elmhurst, Illinois and also a site in Chicago, CSLD provides a wide range of services and treatments, including comprehensive speech and language evaluations, individual therapy, social language group treatment, occupational evaluation and therapy services, co-treatment using both speech and occupational therapies, social motor group treatment, and support groups.

93. Kaufman Children's Center For Speech Language And Sensory Disorders
speech and language therapy children's center specializing in disorders including Apraxia, Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Hyperlexia and Auditory Processing disorders. Directed by Nancy R. Kaufman.

Language Activities

Kaufman Speech Praxis Materials
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NOW HIRING! Pediatric OT
Needed part/full-time. Experience with sensory integration, craniosacral, or oral-motor therapies a plus. Pediatric SLP
Needed part/full-time. Experience with ASD, auditory/linguistic processing disorders, apraxia, Links To Language, PECS, AVB a plus. Please call 248-737-3430 or fax resume to 248-737-3433 For nearly 10-years, the Kaufman Children's Center for Speech and Language Disorders (KCC) has been the leader in providing specialized apraxia of speech therapy in preschool and early elementary-aged children. The director of the KCC, Nancy R. Kaufman, M.A., CCC/SPL, has specialized in the preschool population for 21-years. She lectures locally and nationally on the subject of apraxia of speech in children and has earned awards for continuing education. Our staff, each holding their Master's Degree, are specially trained professionals of speech pathology and are all certified with the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. Enjoy our site and give us your feedback, we hope you find it to be the most useful resource for children's speech therapy online!

94. National Institute On Deafness And Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)
Supports and conducts research in, and distributes information on, the disorders of human communication, including hearing, balance, smell, taste, voice, speech, and language.
Change text size: S M L A new feature! Story of Discovery highlights NIDCD-supported research findings from the past year. Story of Discovery: Synthetic vaccine for middle ear infections is effective, and safer, too. NIDCD-Supported Scientists Receive Presidential Awards Key gene identified for development of inner-ear structure required for balance Mentors Directory Launch Got a tin ear?
Test your sense of pitch on the Distorted Tunes Test Five Years of Research Conducted at NIDCD Research Sponsored by NIDCD Scientific Faculty Training Opportunities ... Program Areas Health Topics Hearing, Ear Infections, and Deafness Balance Smell and Taste Voice, Speech, and Language Health Resources Free Publications Information for Educators and Student Activities Links to More Health Information
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95. ASHA: Q & A About Articulation Problems
Forums. Learning and Other Disabilities Related Articles. General Information about speech and Language disorders Spoken Language Problems, What is articulation?
American Speech- Language- Hearing Association
Learning and Other Disabilities
Related Articles
General Information about Speech and Language Disorders
Spoken Language Problems
What is articulation?
  • Articulation is the process by which sounds, syllables, and words are formed when your tongue, jaw, teeth, lips, and palate alter the air stream coming from the vocal folds.
What is an articulation problem?
  • A person has an articulation problem when he or she produces sounds, syllables. or words incorrectly so that listeners do not understand what is being said or pay more attention to the way the words sound than to what they mean.
Is an articulation problem the same as "baby talk"?
  • An articulation problem sometimes sounds like baby talk because many very young children do mispronounce sounds, syllables, and words. But words that sound cute when mispronounced by young children interfere with the communication of older children or adults. Older children and adults have so many severe errors that their articulation problems are very different from "baby talk."
What are some types of sound errors?

96. Kaufman Children's Center For Speech Language And Sensory Disorders
The Kaufman Children's Center for speech and Language disorders, Inc. provides early intervention to children with communication disorders including central auditory processing disorders, autism, Asperger's, receptive and expressive language disorders, apraxia, and articulation difficulties. General overview of these disorders, symptoms and even early signs for parents of infants as well.

apraxia of speech

articulation disorders
Occupational Therapy/Sensory Integration

Apraxia of speech is a motor-speech programming disorder resulting in difficulty coordinating the oral-motor movements necessary to produce and combine speech sounds (phonemes) to form syllables, words, phrases and sentences. Oral-motor weakness or dysarthria may coexist but must not be a primary concern. Apraxia of speech is usually treatable with the appropriate techniques. It is not just a simple articulation disorder nor a "phonological disorder" but a motor-speech programming disorder. Traditional therapy techniques are usually unsuccessful. "Minimal pairs" techniques are also not as successful of an approach. Speech pathologists should be knowledgeable about oral-verbal motor skills, and adult/acquired apraxia to assist the child best. They should be well-versed in "cueing," "pacing" and successive approximations. The Kaufman treatment method for developmental verbal apraxia is a highly effective program with young children. ( See schedule of workshops ). Children must be seen one-on-one, at least in the early stages of treatment, even by age two.

97. WebRing: Hub
Web ring of interest to speechlanguage pathologists and therapists, with information for patients with specific speech, language, and learning disorders.

98. Home Page
A group of UK speech and lanaguage therapists sharing information about fluency disorders. Background information, how to join, events diary and articles.
Welcome to the website for the Special Interest Group Disorders of Fluency

99. Net Connections
A metaguide to internet resources about communication disorders, designed for professionals and students in the fields of speechlanguage pathology, audiology, speech science, persons with communication disabilities or differences and their support persons.

100. S-lbg
Quarterly interdisciplinary journal for research that contributes to our understanding of the production, perception, processing, learning, use, and disorders of speech and language. Information on subcription, orders, submission and issues.
Language and Speech provides an international forum for communication among researchers in the disciplines that contribute to our understanding of the production, perception, processing, learning, use, and disorders of speech and language. The journal accepts reports of original research in all these areas. Interdisciplinary submissions are encouraged. Corpus-based, experimental, and observational research bringing spoken or written language within the domain of linguistic, psychological, or computational models are particularly welcome. Purely clinical, linguistic, philosophical, or technological offerings should be sent elsewhere. The journal commissions book reviews, theoretically motivated literature reviews, conference reports, and brief tutorial introductions to new areas of research. Language and Speech is published quarterly (March, June, September, and December), one volume per annum. Papers are published in English only.
Volume 44 Onwards Up To Volume 44 Co-Editors: H. Timothy Bunnell
Speech Research Lab

Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
Irene B. Vogel

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