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Eliciting Sounds Software: Techniques and Strategies for Clinicians 1st Edition

Wayne A. Secord, Suzanne E. Boyce, JoAnn S. Donohue, Robert A. Fox, Richard E. Shine

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Overview

Eliciting Sounds Software elevates the best-selling book, ELICITING SOUNDS: TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES FOR CLINICIANS, 2nd ed., by Dr. Wayne A. Secord, to a new level by offering a technology-based treatment preparation and planning tool for speech-language pathologists. The software provides step-by-step instruction for eliciting consonant and vowel sounds, including challenging phonemes like /r/, /s/, and /z/. The menu organization allows you to quickly locate the target sound, production characteristics, and accompanying techniques. Detailed visuals present the proper mouth position for each sound, and audio examples of common contextual variants are provided. Printable handouts allow you to customize your treatment plans to identify techniques to use with particular clients and highlight favorite techniques for future reference.

Wayne A. Secord, Ohio State University

Wayne A. Secord, Ph.D., was recently appointed by the University of Central Florida as the College of Health and Public Affairs Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders. He is also currently the Director of the National Center for Speech-Language-Pathology in Schools (NCSLPs) in Cincinnati, OH. The NCSLPs is a joint project of the University of Cincinnati (UC) and Miami University (MU). It is supported by a Project of National Significance Grant from the US Department of Education. Dr. Secord served as the Coordinator of School Speech-Language Pathology at The Ohio State University (OSU) from 1989 to 1995 and Chair of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northern Arizona University (NAU) from 1995 to 2000. He is a Fellow of the Ohio Speech & Hearing Association (OSHA) and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and has received awards for outstanding service or clinical achievement from UC, OSU, OSHA, the ASHA Foundation, and the Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Western New York (SHAWNY). He has authored or co-authored numerous articles, books, tests and intervention programs on assessment and treatment of speech and language disorders, and served as the Editor of Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, a major ASHA journal, from 1992 to 1998. A former school speech-language pathologist, Dr. Secord is a frequent conference presenter and a nationally recognized expert on clinical and educational assessment and the delivery of school-based services for children with special needs.

Suzanne E. Boyce, University of Cincinnati

JoAnn S. Donohue, Ohio State University

Robert A. Fox, Ohio State University

Richard E. Shine, East Carolina University

  • Based on the best-selling text, ELICITING SOUNDS: TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES FOR CLINICIANS, 2nd edition.
  • Offers a technology-based treatment preparation and planning software that allows clinicians to review and identify key eliciting techniques to use when working with clients.
  • Streamlines the organization of content so clinicians can easily access the specific information they need without having to navigate through multiple menus.
  • Allows clinicians to select and print out specific techniques to create customized treatment plans to bring to client sessions and to identify favorite techniques for future reference.
  • Provides pronunciations of common contextual variants-something clinicians rarely encounter in training- so clinicians know what to listen for when working with clients.
  • Illustrates the proper mouth positioning for eliciting each sound through the use of detailed, full color artwork.