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Language Disorders in Children: An Introductory Clinical Perspective 1st Edition

Barbara Ann Johnson

  • Published
  • 381 Pages

Overview

A comprehensive text that will provide students with information and an understanding of key issues in language development and disorders in children. The information is presented in a logical order that includes many clinical examples and illustrations so that the reader can assimilate each new concept. Its inclusion of multicultural issues and family based intervention make it a timely and complete text.

Barbara Ann Johnson, University of Texas Pan American, Ediburgh, Texas

Barbara Ann Johnson has a Ph.D in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Florida. The author of numerous articles on speech disorders, Ms. Johnson is currently an Associate Professor & Director of Communication Disorders at the University of Texas - Pan American in Edinburg, Texas..l
  • practical organization presumes no previous knowledge, building from fundamentals through advanced concepts
  • broad scope includes unique coverage of family-based interventions as well as multi-cultural and dialectic concerns
  • coverage also includes: genetic disorders, mental retardation, autism, elective mutism, deafness, learning disabilities, attention deficit and phonological disorders
  • family oriented services help student address communication needs in context of family
  • study guide series assists students in organizing information for retrieval
LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN. What is Language? Prerequisites to Language Learning. Language Development. Cultural & Dialectic Differences. CHILDREN LANGUAGE DISORDERS. The Domain. An Introduction to Traditional Assessment. An Introduction to Traditional Language Intervention. Collaborating with the Families of Children with Language Disorders.

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FOR INSTRUCTORS

Language Disorders in Children: An Introductory Clinical Perspective

ISBN: 9780827355330
A comprehensive text that will provide students with information and an understanding of key issues in language development and disorders in children. The information is presented in a logical order that includes many clinical examples and illustrations so that the reader can assimilate each new concept. Its inclusion of multicultural issues and family based intervention make it a timely and complete text.

FOR STUDENTS

Language Disorders in Children: An Introductory Clinical Perspective

ISBN: 9780827355330
A comprehensive text that will provide students with information and an understanding of key issues in language development and disorders in children. The information is presented in a logical order that includes many clinical examples and illustrations so that the reader can assimilate each new concept. The inclusion of multicultural issues and family based intervention make it a timely and complete text.