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         Speech Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Syndrome Identification for Speech-Language Pathology: An Illustrated Pocketguide by Robert J. Shprintzen, 2000-01-15
  2. Laryngectomee Speech and Rehabilitation, by Warren H. Gardner, 1978-06

141. Aphasia Treatments, UPMC Passavant, UPMC | University Of Pittsburgh Medical Cent
A collaboration of the UPMC Passavant speech, Voice and Swallowing Center and the University of Pittsburgh Department of Communication Science and disorders School of Health and Rehabilitation. Services include intensive treatment and support groups.
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Treatment We Offer

Support Services

Speech, Voice, and Swallowing Center at UPMC Passavant
... Stroke Pittsburgh Aphasia Treatment, Research, and Education Center
If someone close to you is having difficulty finding the right words or is incapable of finding them at all, the Pittsburgh Aphasia Treatment, Research, and Education Center may be able to provide the treatment that individuals need. The Center helps patients with aphasia and other communication disorders, such as apraxia of speech and dysarthria. The Center is a collaboration involving the Speech, Voice, and Swallowing Center at UPMC Passavant and the University of Pittsburgh Department of Communication Science and Disorders School of Health and Rehabilitation. Currently, it is one of the few centers in the United States to focus exclusively on aphasia by offering the combination of individual, group, and intensive treatment as well as caregiver and support groups. Treatment We Offer
The treatment offered at the Center can improve the quality of life for most everyone who struggles with chronic aphasia, even those who have not received treatment for two or more years.

142. SPEAK Of Missouri - Support Group
St. Louis (Missouri and Illinois) support group for apraxia and other speechlanguage disorders. Provides meeting times and locations and helpful St. Louis metro area resources.
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    alternative and complementary therapies
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    a special place for kids - homework helpers, games, books and more teen junction
    about teen-agers' issues link line
    extensive links to further information
  • across the wire speech, language, disability, and education news teachers' track helpful information for teachers shop Speechville Express language and learning products
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  • Ask questions find answers at Speechville's new message board Featured Products: Read about The Late Talker a new book about children's speech difficulties

    143. St Catherine's School
    Nonmaintained, residential special school for children with primary speech and language disorders in Key Stages 2 to 4. Information about education and facilities, speech and communication therapy, and vocational training for students aged 16-19.
    Pages for... Prospective Parents Parents Pupils Staff ... Governors Welcome St Catherine's School - Home Page Welcome to St Catherine's School Website. St Catherine's is a Residential Special School for pupils and young people with primary speech and language disorders located in Ventnor on the Isle of Wight. We are a Centre of Excellence in the provision of Speech and Language Therapy and each class has a Speech and Language Therapist working alongside the class teacher. The School occupies a beautiful position overlooking the sea in Ventnor and we are particularly proud of the "homely" atmosphere in the various house-groups. (Click here for latest school news.) We apologise for any missing information and links on this site which is still under development. Year 10 pupils - Science is fun! Extract from OFSTED report: "This is a very effective school. Pupils and students make very good progress, achieve very well and gain independence. This is due to very effective teaching and the invaluable committment and support from residential care staff and speech and language therapists. The school provides very good value for money."
    We are all very proud of the work that we do here in School and are more than happy to talk to you about it.

    144. Spasmodic Dysphonia
    A consumeroriented SD primer, focusing on the characteristics, diagnosis, and treatment of the condition. Published by the American speech-Language-Hearing Association.
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    Spasmodic Dysphonia
    We have all experienced problems with our voices, times when the voice is hoarse or when sound will not come out at all! Colds, allergies, bronchitis, exposure to irritants such as ammonia, or cheering for your favorite sports team can result in a loss of voice. But, people with spasmodic dysphonia, a chronic voice disorder, face the persistent question: "What's wrong with your voice?" With spasmodic dysphonia, movement of the vocal cords is forced and strained resulting in a jerky, quivery, hoarse, tight, or groaning voice. Vocal interruptions or spasms, periods of no sound (aphonia), and periods when there is near normal voice occur.

    145. Hyperlexia
    Basic information about therapy and intervention strategies from The Center for speech and Language disorders.
    Hyperlexia is a syndrome observed in children who have the following characteristics:
    · Precocious ability to read words – far above what would be expected at the chronological age.
    · Significant difficulty understanding and using verbal language or a significant nonverbal learning disability
    · Difficulty in reciprocal interactions
    Hyperlexia co-exists on a continuum with other developmental disorders. The syndrome is identified behaviorally, through language and psychological testing and evaluating the history to see if the child fits the criteria.
    The Center for Speech and Language Disorders (CSLD) has extensive experience with this population. The CSLD has been at the forefront in developing intervention strategies for this population for the past 20 years.
    Children who present with hyperlexia are best helped with an interdisciplinary, coordinated approach to treatment. At CSLD we offer a multi-dimensional approach to speech-language therapy and occupational therapy services to address the unique language, social, and often sensory needs of this population. We understand the importance of team approach in working with this population and for this reason offer co-treatment with speech and occupational therapies. Our professionals will also consult and work with your child's entire team including pediatricians, school professionals, in home therapists, psychologists, neurologists, and most importantly, the family. The family is an integral part of our program and a driving force in our clinical philosophy. We encourage family involvement in the creating of goals, as well as, in the treatment process.

    146. Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MSHA)
    Site provides basic information and national resource links for speech and hearing disorders for professionals and consumers.
    Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association
    POB 22664 Jackson, MS 39225-2664
    MSHA web site was launched December 14, 1996.

    147. Kaufman Children's Center For Speech Language And Sensory Disorders
    The VOICES Association An organization dedicated towards improving the lives of children with speech/language disorders. © 2003 Kaufman Children s Center.

    Language Activities

    Kaufman Speech Praxis Materials
    Occupational Therapy/Sensory Integration

    The following links are meant to help you find more information throughout the Web. If you have a link that you think should be included in the list below, please call or e-mail us at: Autism Connect SuperDuper Publications Northern Speech Services ...
    Offers localized activity calendars from various parenting publications and more. Family Planet American Hyperlexia Association
    A very informative site! Be sure to check out their great links! The Center for the Study of Autism Asperger's Disorder Homepage Asperger Syndrome Resources Judith Kuster's Net Connections for Communications Disorders and Sciences ... The VOICES Association
    An organization dedicated towards improving the lives of children with speech/language disorders. Active Media Architects

    148. NYSSLHA - New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Inc.
    An organization of professionals speech language pathologists and audiologists - engaged in clinical, educational, or research activities in communication disorders.
    New York State
    Association, Inc.
    1 Northway Lane
    Latham, NY 12110
    tel: (518) 786-0947
    toll free: 800-NYSSLHA (697-7542)
    fax: (518) 786-9126
    Daniel J. Gyoerkoe, Executive Director
    Tricia M. Shaw, Executive Assistant
    Ron Goulet, Director of Conferences and Continuing Education
    Email the PRESIDENT
    The Latest News! NYSSLHA and State Government: An analysis of the proposed State Budget Cuts in the Early Intervention (EI) Program and Medicaid Audiology Services ACTION ALERT click here! Our efforts to protect the professions and the clients served. The Communicator is available on-line The 2004 May-June issue of The Communicator is now available in the Member's Only Area of this web site. To view, read and print The Communicator , you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can download the application for FREE by clicking here ADOBE.COM Note: Speaker Handouts from the 44th Annual Convention April 15-17 , 2004 that were submitted to the NYSSLHA Office are available Here.

    149. Learning Disabilities OnLine: LD In-Depth: Gifted Students With Learning Disabil
    information on learning disabilities, gifted, gifted/ld, learning disorders, attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dysnomia, speech disorder, reading difficulties, special education, parenting, teaching, psychologists, pediatricians.
    Gifted Children with Learning Disabilities:
    A Review of the Issues
    Linda E. Brody and Carol J. Mills
    May/June 1997
    Journal of Learning Disabilities
    Volume 30, Number 3, pp.282-286
    Reprinted by Permission Table of Contents

    Who Are These Students?


    Definitions of Learning Disabilities
    Abstract Many people have difficulty comprehending that a child can be gifted and also have learning disabilities. As a result, children with special needs that result from both their high abilities and their learning problems are rarely identified and are often poorly served. This article explores the current policies and practices with regard to defining, identifying, and educating this population. Recommendations are included that would help ensure that students who are gifted and have learning disabilities receive the intervention needed to help them achieve their full potential. When educators first began describing children who showed evidence of having a learning disability (LD) yet also appeared to be gifted, many viewed this as contradictory. The stereotype that had prevailed since Terman's (1925) time was that gifted children score uniformly high on intelligence tests and perform well in school. How could a child be considered gifted who has serious enough learning problems to be characterized as having a learning disability? In recent years, the concept of giftedness and learning disabilities occurring concomitantly in the same individual has become commonly accepted. Several books have been written on the subject, numerous articles have appeared in journals, and most educational conferences focusing on either learning disabilities or giftedness include at least one presentation on the dual exceptionality. We appear to have reached an understanding that high ability and learning problems can both be present in the same individual. Nonetheless, empirical research on the characteristics and needs of this population has been limited, and relatively few students with LD who are gifted are identified as such or given special services. In this review, we examine some of the theoretical arguments, regulations, and educational practices that affect students with LD who are gifted.

    150. Welcome To NSSLHA
    A student interest group for the communication disorders and sciences. News, member list, event information, photos, and contact information.

    151. Speech And Language Sciences
    Information on research into speech and language disorders and the undergraduate course into speech and language therapy. Links to the Scottish Centre for Resarch into speech Disability, Electropalatography, CLEFTNET.

    152. Royal Cross Primary School Home Page
    A community day special school in Preston, Lancashire providing deaf children, and hearing children with speech and language disorders, with age appropriate language skills.
    Royal Cross Primary School Preston Lancashire
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    153. 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).

    Clinical Programs

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    Summer Speech-Language Specialty Clinics
    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.

    154. School Of Communication At Northwestern University :: School Of Communication ::
    School of speech consists of the Departments of Communication Studies, Communication Sciences and disorders, Performance Studies, Radio/TV/Film, and Theatre.
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    Welcome to the School of Communication website.
    Mary Zimmernan, professor of performance studies, was recently elected to the Academy of Arts and Sciences. Read the full story.
    This month's Faces of the School features some of the cast and crew of the 2004 Waa-Mu Show
    2003-04 marks the School of Communication's 125th birthday. Visit our birthday page
    Visit the to learn about this year's season and to purchase tickets.
    Faces of the School Video Gallery Dean's Video ... Webcam
    SEARCH School of Communication Northwestern University PEOPLE SEARCH Communication Studies Performance Studies Radio/Television/Film ... Feedback

    155. Browsealoud ...speech Enabling Web Sites
    Software to speech enable web sites for people with dyslexia and related learning disorders.
    home contact sitemap free trial Thursday, June 03, 2004 home benefits features faq ... about us
    browsealoud.. a new "sense" is born...
    Your window to the world is through the web. browsealoud adds a new dimension to your website.
    "The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect." Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web. So .... Why browsealoud? It is the easiest way to make websites more accessible to those with reading difficulties. It dynamically unlocks the potential within your site, communicating your message loud and clear.
    DDA legislation extends to websites.
    Federal government requires that if you are selling to the government, you be Section 508 compliant, unless covered by a provable exception.
    Your web site no longer needs to be "All picture no sound." browsealoud has been rigourously tested and has received Microsoft Gold Certification.
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    156. Edinboro University Of Pennselvania
    Department of speech and Communication Studies. Programs leading to the BA in Communication Studies and speech Hearing disorders, as well as the MA in Communication Studies and speechLanguage Pathology.
    Edinboro University Of Pennsylvania Department of Speech and Communication Press Here to Enter

    157. OSU College Of Arts & Sciences
    The College of Arts and Sciences houses the Department of Communication disorders, the Department of speech Communication, and the School of Journalism and Broadcasting.
    Academic Departments Aerospace Studies, Air Force ROTC Art Botany Chemistry Computer Science English Geography Geology History Mathematics Microbiology and Molecular Genetics Military Science, Army ROTC Music Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Sociology Speech Communication Statistics Theater Zoology Chemistry's Berlin wins Medal for Teaching Excellence Botany's Tyrl builds State-wide Plant Database

    158. Nancy Foreman And Associates - Home
    Providing speech and hearing services from offices in Sugar Land, The Woodlands and Bellaire. Includes information on developmental milestones, disorders, and treatment strategies.
    SPEECH is the WINDOW and MIRROR of the MIND provides high quality, professional speech and language therapy at a reasonable cost. We have a variety of Speech-Language Pathologists with years of combined experience and knowledge in a wide variety of communication disorders. Our professional staff has experience in evaluation and treatment of the pediatric and adult populations. Speech and language therapy include the remediation of articulation delays/disorders, language delays/disorders, fluency (stuttering), and voice disorders. Bellaire Office Sugar Land Office Woodlands Office Cy-Fair Office

    159. Communicative Arts And Sciences
    Department of Communicative Arts Sciences offers programs in Broadcast Journalism, Broadcast Production, Journalism, Public Relations speech, and Communication disorders.
    ENMU Academics Undergraduate Programs Colleges and Departments ... College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Communicative Arts and Sciences
    Degree Programs



    and Research

    The Department of Communicative Arts and Sciences at Eastern New Mexico University offer students a core foundation in understanding mass communication and specialized fields. Theory and research are combined with hands-on experience to enhance student learning. Through dedication, individual attention, and career guidance, the faculty want to help students succeed. Each member of the staff is highly qualified and brings personal experience to the classroom. If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the department at 505.562.2130, or email or write: Department of Communicative Arts and Sciences
    ENMU Station 3
    1500 S. Ave. K
    Portales, NM 88130 Now Available: Information for the 30th Annual Student Research Conference Communicative Arts and Sciences Faculty John Campbell, Ph.D., Ohio University

    160. Parent-Child Services Group, Inc.
    Team of pediatric speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physical therapists. Locations in Knoxville and Farragut. Information about staff and services, plus a large collection of handouts about children's communication disorders and their treatment.
    We are a team of pediatric speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physical therapists with allied professionals. We provide services of the highest quality with an emphasis on providing parents with information to enhance their knowledge of their children's development and to provide assistance in maximizing their children's potential. Our team joins with parents to seek solutions to parent-child concerns. PARENT-CHILD SERVICES GROUP - one of East Tennessee's oldest and finest pediatric therapy practices! Main Office
    Suite 180 South
    1225 E. Weisgarber Rd.
    Knoxville, TN 37909 West Office
    St. Mary's Farragut, Suite E
    11416 Grigsby Chapel Road
    Knoxville, TN 37922 Phone
    Fax: (865) 584-6607 The PCSG website uses frames, and your browser doesn't support them.
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