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Assessment and therapy programme for dysfluent children.

Lena Rustin

Assessment and therapy programme for dysfluent children.

by Lena Rustin

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Published by NFER-NELSON .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speech therapy for children

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ496.S7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination110p.
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19292203M

    Gulati, S. (). Psychiatric care of culturally Deaf people. In N. Glickman & S. Gulati, Mental health care of Deaf people: A culturally affirmative approach ().New York: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates. This book chapter presents one of the first discussions of the relationship between language deprivation and psychiatric disorders. therapy and physical therapy assessments assists in establishing the need for occupational therapy and physical therapy interventions within the educational setting. The assessment examines a student’s overall ability to function within the school environment and .

    Occupational therapy evaluations and occupational therapy assessments are important in determining a certain skill set or deficiency. Please see the Therapro Handy Evaluation Chart (PDF) which is a useful reference for selecting appropriate evaluations in your practice. Book review Full text access Working with Dysfluent Children: Practical Approaches to Assessment and Therapy, Revised Edition, T. Stewart, J. Turnbull. Speechmark, Brackley, UK (), ISBN .

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Assessment and therapy programme for dysfluent children by Lena Rustin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assessment and Therapy for Young Dysfluent Children: Family Interaction: Medicine & Health Science Books @ This practical programme aims to provide the means to assess the child's speech and language and the family life-style, to identify the children at risk and to plan appropriate treatment for the child Cited by: Assessment and Therapy for Young Dysfluent Children by Lena Rustin,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

A practical and comprehensive guide to treating childhood stuttering. Combining theory and practice, the authors advocate a program intended to prevent the development of chronic stuttering.

They discuss the factors contributing to dysfluency, child and child/parent assessment, interviewing clients, formulation, interaction therapy, family issues, and direct treatment. The purpose of this program is to simplify and objectify the process of data-gathering and behavior modification involved in diagnosing and treating stuttering and related dysfluency problems.

Following an introduction, the assessment process is described; this involves a complete evaluation of the child's speech and language and an assessment of the family's lifestyle and : Lena Rustin.

This programme aims to provide the means to assess children's speech, language and family lifestyle, to identify children at risk and to plan appropriate treatment for the child concerned. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

DOI link for Working with Dysfluent Children. Working with Dysfluent Children book. Practical Approaches to Assessment and Therapy. Practical Approaches to Assessment and Therapy.

By Trudy Stewart, Jackie Turnbull. Edition 2nd Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 July Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. DOI https. This extensively revised edition is now an up-to-date clinical text, with ideas on relating theory to current practice.

It is an invaluable resource for those working with children who are dysfluent, containing revised chapters on all stages of dysfluency and practical ideas and suggestions for therapeutic approaches.

Areas covered include: development of stammering; assessment of children who. Buy Working with Dysfluent Children: Practical Approaches to Assessment and Therapy (Working With Series) 2 by Stewart, Trudy, Turnbull, Jackie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1.

The first approach considers parent-child interaction skills as a basis for facilitating the development of fluency skills in young children. Intensive group therapy programs are then suggested for the age groups 7–14 and 15–18 years, with differing degrees of parental input.

A sequential program of reproducible activities for myofunctional therapy. The Tongue Thrust Book (2nd ed.) *NEW. Richardson-Bennett, M. Working With Swallowing Disorders. Langley, J. The normal swallow. Management and assessment of saliva. Fluency. Assessment and Therapy for Young Dysfluent Children: Family Interaction.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rustin, Lena. Assessment and therapy for young dysfluent children. San Diego, Calif.: Singular Pub. Group, - Assessment and therapy programme for dysfluent children - Assessment and therapy program for dysfluent children - Assessment and therapy program for dysfluent children (assessment scale) Hide descriptions.

Concept ID: Read Codes: XM0aX ICD Codes: Not in scope. Assessment and Therapy for Young Dysfluent Children: Family Interaction by Rustin, Lena, Botterill, Willie, Kelman, Elaine and a great selection of related books, art. Trudy Stewart is a specialist in dysfluency and has been a service manager since She studied in America and obtained her PhD in Jackie Turnbull retired from SLT in July after 40 years in the profession, over 35 of which were spent as a specialist in dysfluency, working with children and adults.

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Treatments for children. Treatments for children who stutter have historically been less structured than many approaches for adults. One reason may be that, for many decades, there was a “hands off the child” attitude toward stuttering treatment and children This situation was prevalent in the United States from the s through the s.

The belief was that directly addressing. BOOK REVIEWS BOOK REVIEWS Assessment and Therapy for Young Dysfluent Children: Family Interaction B y Lena Rustin, Willie Botterill and Elaine Kelman.

London: Whurr Publishers. sf ISBN The team from the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children and their families have come up with a book that is a gem for those. This therapy also focuses on reducing your fear of stammering, and trying to eliminate avoidance behaviors associated with this fear.

Unlike fluency shaping therapy, stuttering modification therapy assumes that adult stammerers will never be able to speak fluently, so the goal is to be an effective communicator despite stammering. A book for children aged that is customizable to the child – great tool to use over several therapy sessions – ‘social story’ for children who stutter Hooray for Aiden A young girl who stutters, overcomes her fear of speaking in front of classmates at her new school.

In contrast, dysfluent function words were subject to social approval. The results of two studies indicated that these procedures reduced rates of content word stuttering, even at a post-treatment follow-up assessment, for those with severe, and previously intractable, stuttering.

Development of stammering Assessment of children who are dysfluent Early dysfluency Borderline stammering Confirmed stammering Group therapy .Book reviews: Assessment and therapy programme for dysfluent chil dren L.

Rustin NFER-Nelson, January Child Language Teaching and Therapy Margaret Leahy. The preferred test questionnaire for measuring stuttering is the "Stuttering Severity Instrument for Children and Adults," 3rd edition, by Glyndon Riley.

A study by Young in found that ordinary listeners judged stuttering to be "severe" when there were part-word repetitions, prolongations, broken words, and a new category, "undue stress or.