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eBook The Treatment of Stuttering in the Young School Aged Child ePub

by Roberta Lees

  • ISBN: 1861564864
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Roberta Lees
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 11, 2005)
  • Pages: 248
  • ePub book: 1315 kb
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It sets out to discuss the assessment and treatment of the young school aged child who stutters, aged approx. A number of differing treatment approaches for this client group are presented in the one volume.

It sets out to discuss the assessment and treatment of the young school aged child who stutters, aged approx. The contributors, as well as describing their treatment approache This practical text brings together well-known writers from the UK, USA and Australia. It sets out to discuss the assessment and treatment of the young school aged child who stutters, aged approx. Looks like you are currently in Russia but have requested a page in the United Kingdom site. The contributors, as well as describing their treatment approaches, have considered the theoretical models on which their approaches are based and ways of measuring outcomes, an important topic in an age of evidence based practice. Would you like to change to the United Kingdom site?

It sets out to discuss the assessment and treatment ofthe young school aged child who stutters, aged approx. A number of differing treatment approaches for this clientgroup are presented in the one volume.

It sets out to discuss the assessment and treatment ofthe young school aged child who stutters, aged approx. The contributors, as well as describing their treatmentapproaches, have considered the theoretical models on which theirapproaches are based and ways of measuring outcomes, an importanttopic in an age of evidence based practice

ment of stuttering in school-age children. apparent inconsistency, Ms. Blake contacted her former. and rewards that a career that focuses on the treatment. of stuttering in school-age children can offer.

ment of stuttering in school-age children. remediated when children are young, it is critical that school-. becomes an entrenched and lifelong pattern.

Signs of Stuttering in Kids. Some children who struggle with stuttering can face quite a few problems when they go to school. Stuttering Treatment for Kids. You need to get your child medical attention only if the child is actually struggling with prolonged stuttering issues. You can observe these signs to figure out if the child is just in loss of words or if he is actually stuttering. It may affect their confidence levels, and at times, they may become highly introverted because of fear of judgement from their peers and teachers. When you approach speech therapy for the stuttering child, they will help the child in pronouncing words right in a relaxed manner.

Many young children who are in the beginning stages of stuttering will show an. .

Many young children who are in the beginning stages of stuttering will show an increase in stuttering when they use: New or longer vocabulary words. Complex grammar, such as longer sentences containing words like and, but, or because.

Electrophoresis with stuttering in children. In diseases affecting the central nervous system, treatment with potassium iodide can be prescribed. If a child is diagnosed with articulatory cramps, electrophoresis with antispasmodics, sometimes in combination with psychostimulating therapy, can help.

the successful treatment of stuttering in school-age children, and evidence will continue to accumulate.

Third, we present several strategies designed to help clinicians respond to the individual needs of children who stutter in a data-based, comprehensive manner that focuses on minimizing the adverse impact of stuttering on children's educational endeavors, and on their lives as a whole. CONCLUSION: Much has been learned about the factors that contribute to the successful treatment of stuttering in school-age children, and evidence will continue to accumulate.

Автор: Roberta Lees Название: The Treatment of Stuttering in the Young School Aged Child ISBN: 1861564864 . This book demonstrates how treatment strategies relate to the various theories as to why stuttering and cluttering arise, and how they develop.

This book demonstrates how treatment strategies relate to the various theories as to why stuttering and cluttering arise, and how they develop.

Primary school children who stutter are less likely to be thought of as leaders by their peers. Some children will grow out of stuttering on their own, but there’s currently no way to know which children will do this. Primary school children and teenagers who stutter might not want to join in with classroom discussions and are also more likely to be bullied compared with children who don’t stutter. Teenagers who stutter can develop anxiety because of their stuttering. It’s always best to consult a speech pathologist rather than assume your child’s stuttering will go away by itself. Stuttering treatment for children: the Lidcombe Program.

This practical text brings together well-known writers from the UK,USA and Australia. It sets out to discuss the assessment andtreatment of the young school aged child who stutters, aged approx.7 to 12 years. A number of differing treatment approaches for thisclient group are presented in the one volume.

The contributors, as well as describing their treatmentapproaches, have considered the theoretical models on which theirapproaches are based and ways of measuring outcomes, an importanttopic in an age of evidence based practice. In order to gain a morecomprehensive view of the school aged child, one chapter considersepidemiology of stuttering, whilst two chapters address the issueof concomitant problems such as other language problems andADHD.

This text is written for students and clinicians working withchildren who stutter. It will also be of interest toresearchers.