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         Speech Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Apraxia of Speech in Adults: The Disorder and Its Management by Robert T. Wertz, 1991-12
  2. Speech Production: Motor Control, Brain Research and Fluency Disorders by Netherlands) International Conference on Speech Motor Production and Fluency Disorders (3rd : (1996 : Nijmegen, 1997-08-01
  3. Language Disorders in Children: Fundamental Concepts of Assessment and Intervention by Joan N. Kaderavek, 2010-01-22
  4. Tongue thrust: A look at oral myofunctional disorders (Cliffs speech and hearing series) by Roberta B Pierce, 1978
  5. Central Auditory Processing Disorders: Problems of Speech, Language, and Learning
  6. Introduction to Clinical Methods in Communication Disorders by Rhea Paul, 2006-11-30
  7. Childhood Apraxia of Speech Resource Guide (Singular Resourse Guide Series) by Shelley Velleman, 2002-09-27
  8. Developmental Speech Disorders: Current Issues and Clinical Implications
  9. Teaching Students With Communication Disorders: A Practical Guide for Every Teacher by Dr. James E. Ysseldyke, Robert (Bob) F. Algozzine, 2006-03-24
  10. Treatment Resource Manual for Speech-Language Pathology by Froma P. Roth, Colleen K. Worthington, 2005-03-18
  11. Cleft Palate & Craniofacial Anomalies: Effects on Speech and Resonance by Ann W. Kummer, 2007-07-20
  12. Communicative Disorders Related to Cleft Lip and Palate
  13. Childhood Motor Speech Disability (2nd Edition) by Russell J. Love, 1999-10-21
  14. Greene and Mathieson's The Voice and its Disorders, 6th Ed. by Lesley Mathieson, 2001-06-01

121. University Of Oregon, College Of Education :
Coursework in the CDS program includes classes in speech, language, hearing sciences and disorders, as well as classes in counseling, cognitive rehabilitation, research methods, and service delivery. Program offers bachelors, masters, and doctoral level training in speech pathology.

122. Speech And Language Development Center
Programs and services dedicated to children of all ages and adults with learning, language,neurological, developmental and behavioral disorders.

123. 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.

124. Speech - Expert Information On Speech And Language Delays
Expert information on speech language development, disorders, milestones and stages of development; comprehensive ask the experts message board on speech and language issues.
Books/Products Speech Forum Milestones Speech Norms ... Contact Info All children are born with some ability to communicate. From a baby's first cries and coos to the complex speech production of adults, we all need and desire to communicate with others. This website was created to help parents, caregivers, teachers, friends, therapists, and relatives of language/speech delayed children. We cover a variety of topics, with "talking tips" for adults; a speech forum to communicate with a speech-language and/or hearing expert, or peers; links to many other helpful sites, a sign language section with multiple common signs, and a "books/products" section if you choose to obtain further information/helpful products. Thank you for visiting this site! Don't forget to check out our newly updated TOY SECTION under BOOKS/PRODUCTS . In it you will find the perfect gift to stimulate the speech, language or cognitive abilities of your child. Don't miss out on this special opportunity to view and purchase these uniquely chosen items for your loved ones.

125. Therapy For Children
Occupational Therapy and speech and Language Therapy for children with special needs including autism, asperger syndrome, dyslexia, dyspraxia, language disorder and other disorders. Based in SW Surrey UK.
We provide independent Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy in SW Surrey and North Hampshire; specialising in school and pre-school age children who are having trouble accessing the mainstream curriculum and social environment.
We have extensive experience working together, treating children with complex learning difficulties including:
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder Oral and Motor Dyspraxia Poor social communication Attention Deficit Disorder Acquired Brain Injury Language Delay/Disorder Dyslexia Perceptual Difficulties

126. Asd_home
Specializes in treating children with moderate to severe communication disorders using advanced computer programs, such as Fast ForWord and MAP.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
National Speech/Language Therapy Center offers the most advanced programs
for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Marching Ahead to Progress(MAP
, an advanced computer program that
allows parents and professionals to design a home learning program. This is a
great program for a newly diagnosed child or for those children already doing
home programs. MAP addresses:
Play/Social Skills
Behavioral Issues
Oral-motor/Sensory Difficulties
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Home Programs , for parents who prefer to have a National Speech therapist follow and prepare a program Fast ForWord , a computer program for children with auditory processing difficulties Day Groups , small groups run by a speech-language pathologist integrating integrating developmental and social skills Products , designed especially for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or language delays Social Skills Groups , small groups led by a speech-language pathologist that focus on social development Reading Programs , individual or group sessions designed to teach reading to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

127. Home
Provides evaluation and remediation of speech and language disorders to preschool, schoolage or adult patients in northeastern Ohio.

Who We Are
ABC Speech and Language Services provides evaluation and remediation of speech and language disorders to preschool, school-age or adult patients. Our offices are located in Stow, Ohio. We are currently accepting new patients of all ages. We offer a free consultation and initial screening of all new patients.
A chieving B etter C 4175 Courtiff Cr. Stow, Ohio 44224 Licensed by the Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Member of the American
Speech-Language-Hearing Association Phone: 330-689-0099

128. Vicki A. Roda, Speech Language Pathologist
A private clinic dedicated to providing a full range of individualized speechlanguage pathology services to children and adults.
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129. Speech-Language Pathology Website
of speechlanguage pathology, normal speech development, and common disorders.......
We were Temporarily Offline from August 23 to August 31, 1999
Sorry for the Inconvenience The Speech-Language Pathology Website is provided as an information service to anyone who is interested in learning about speech and language development and associated disorders. It also has links to other sites on the w.w.w that contain information on related topics This page is maintained by:
LESLIE STYBA, B.Sc. Hons., B.A., M.Cl.Sc.
Speech-Language Pathologist, Reg CASLPO E-Mail to
      What is Speech-Language Pathology?
      What is a Speech-Language Pathologist?
        From Birth to 3 Years of Age
        From 3 Years to 6 Years of Age
        6 years of Age and Beyond

        Speech Sound Development

        Disorder vs Delay
        Coming Very Soon

        Introduction to Speech Disorders Articulation/Phonology Stuttering Voice Apraxia Dysarthria
        Developmental Acquired-Aphasia

130. Aurora Audiology And Speech Associates
Provides information and support for individuals with hearing loss and speech/language disorders.
Aurora Audiology and Speech Associates
Leslie Stewart, Au.D.
Jeanne Hill, M.A. CCC-A Patricia M. Lukasiewicz, M.S. CCC-SLP Click their names and learn about their education and credentials.
Our Mission
To provide our patients with information to allow them to understand the dimensions and ramifications of their hearing loss and speech/language disorders. To give them confidence and a feeling of accomplishment in using the most effective communication strategies and instruments.
Contact Information
Telephone FAX Postal address
Olean Rd. Suite East Aurora, NY
Web Administration by Foundation Enterprises Last Updated: Sunday, February 16, 2003

131. O.A.F.C.C.D.
A group of parents and professionals who are concerned about the lack of a provincial voice for children with speech and language disorders. (Ontario, Canada)

132. Speech And Language Therapy - Homepage
Educates in both theoretical and applied aspects of human communication sciences and disorders. Information about undergraduate and postgraduate study, people, research, clinical services and location, plus links, student journal and positions available.
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133. Royal College Of Speech And Language Therapists (RCSLT)
Professional body of and for speech and language therapists (SLTs) in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The College's online offerings include leaflets on communication disorders, a message board for SLTs and consumers, and career information.
Welcome to the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists website
tel: (44) 020 7378 1200
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CLINICAL GUIDELINES ARE NOW AVAILABLE The 300-page Clinical Guidelines have been successfully turned into an e-Book for members of RCSLT. You will be able to access it by clicking here You will need to put your membership number as your "user name" and your password will be the PIN number you received with your membership card. Do not divulge this PIN to anyone else. We are aware that some people are still unable to access the clinical guidelines, particularly those using NHS computers. We are working to resolve these issues. If, after working through the troubleshooting guide , you find you cannot access or print from the clinical guidelines, please do not phone RCSLT. Please accept our apologies. We are aware of the situation and are endeavouring to fix the problems as soon as possible. If you need help in accessing the Guidelines , hopefully the troubleshooting guide will have the answer for you.

134. Reston Speech And Language Center
Overview of speech and language disorders. News, contacts, and details on services and programs offered.



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About Our Practice
Reston Speech and Language Center has been serving Northern Virginia for over 7 years. Our speech clinicians are nationally certified and licensed in the state of Virginia. If your child is experiencing difficulty speaking clearly, expressing ideas clearly, understanding oral directions, learning to read, or producing a complete written assignment, our practice can help. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services
Our practice provides diagnostic and therapeutic services for all speech/language disorders and weaknesses. Our practice specializes in:
  • Language based learning disabilities Reading, decoding and comprehension as it relates to language and phonological processing Receptive language skills in children with ADHD and auditory processing disorders Infant/ Toddler Language Development Autistic Spectrum Disorders Children with Hearing Impairments/Cochlear Implant Rehabilitation
Specialized Services
Our practice offers a wide variety of services to fit your child's needs including:
  • Traditional Speech and Language Therapy
    Fast ForWord
    Lindamood Bell Intensive Reading Language Development Classes
We offer services in our office as well as many local and private schools. Our practice is equipped to offer mass screenings to schools or organizations and individual screenings based upon parent or teacher referral.

135. NCNCD Site: National Center For Neurogenic Communication Disorders
Staffed by scientists, educators, students, and supporting personnel who are concerned with speech and language disorders caused by diseases of the nervous system.
June 2, 2004
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Quick Links CenterNet Site Survey InfoNet PhotoMural ... TELEROUNDS The National Center for Neurogenic Communication Disorders (NCNCD) is staffed by scientists, educators, students and supporting personnel who are concerned with speech and language disorders caused by diseases of the nervous system. The Center has been made possible by a grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, a division of the National Institutes of Health. Center personnel conduct research and provide opportunities for research training in areas that include muscular control of speech and voice production, auditory and visual perception of speech, cognition, and the impairment of language function after stroke or as a result of nervous system disease. The Center has a special interest in American Indian and Hispanic cultures. The Center also operates programs that offer information dissemination to the public and continuing education for professionals through print and electronic communications links, and through face-to-face meetings. Features: 2000 Helmet Poster Contest New TELEROUNDS for 2003...

136. Accent On Speech
Offers treatment to those with speech, language, voice and myofunctional (tongue-thrust) disorders. Includes therapies, news, mission statement and contact numbers.
Therapies Accent Reduction ASHA More Than 42 million Americans have speech, language, or hearing disorders, such as hearing loss, stuttering, loss of speech and language abilities due to stroke or head injury, language delays in children or articulation and voice disorders, according to ASHA Speech - Language Pathologists are professionals who identify, assess and treat speech and language problems including swallowing disorders. They hold at least the Master's Degree and are certified by the American Speech - Language and Hearing Association. In California, they are licensed by the state. Mission Statement
It is the intention of this office to provide quality treatment to those with speech, language, voice and myo-functional (tongue-thrust) disorders in the most efficient and economical manner.
Felice Gallenberg-Zieve
B.A. in Speech U.C.L.A., 1962
M.A. in Speech Pathology and Audiology
Cal-State University L.A., 1970
ASHA Certification, 1969
California State License SP1706 - 1972
Provider for North L.A. County Regional Center
Lee Silverman Voice Treatment; Certified 1999

137. Child Apraxia Therapy Ideas
A page from Judith Maginnis Kuster's Communication disorders Internet Guide that provides therapy ideas for those treating a child with apraxia of speech.

138. Kendall Speech And Language Center, Inc. > Home
Offers diagnosis and treatment for hearingrelated and muscle-related speech difficulties as well as PDD, pervasive developmental disorders, in toddlers, children and adults. Describes play dates, academic tutoring, occupational therapy assessment and therapy, and computer training.
Our tailored programs don't
end with children. Learn about our
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Learn about resources and programs designed for enhancing the knowledge
of other professionals in related fields...
Dr. David Berger
Dr. David Berger will be at Kendall Speech and Language Center, Inc. on Monday June 14, 2004 at 6:30.
CONTACT CALENDAR HELP ... TERMS OF USE 10725 Southwest 104 Street
Miami, FL. 33176
TEL: (305) 274-7883
FAX: (305) 274-4271 Web Development by RUBICONSULT, LLC.

139. 404 Error
Consumeroriented primer by the American speech-Language-Hearing Association. Includes descriptions of aphasia varieties and related disorders, introductions to assessment and treatment methods, and links to ASHA's articles on augmentive communication and family adjustment to aphasia.
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140. Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association
A professional nonprofit organization of speech pathologists, audiologists and students, engaged in clinical, educational, and research activities in communication disorders.
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