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Clinical Case Studies of Children with Articulation and Phonological Disorders

Renee Laura Fabus, M.S., Ph.D., CCC-SLP, TSHH, Julia Yudes-Kuznetsov, M.S., CCC-SLP, Terry Hausner Gozdziewski
Details:
DVD
ISBN13:
978-1-59756-261-4
Release Date:
09/01/2014
$49.95

Overview

An engaging new resource for those studying or teaching courses in phonetics, articulation disorders, diagnostics, or clinic practicum, Clinical Case Studies of Children with Articulation and Phonological Disorders, features carefully selected case studies of children with articulation and phonological disorders that demonstrate the practical application of phonetic transcription, learning of assessment procedures, and development of possible therapy goals.

Unique benefits of this video resource:

  • Illustrates the importance of the informal assessment to facilitate a thorough review of the client's communication skills, as opposed to simply listening to an audio-recorded speech sample.
  • Remedies the limited exposure to phonetics students receive before entering their graduate program in communication sciences and disorders.
  • Saves supervisors time by addressing clinical practicum skills a graduate student is expected to know.


One-of-a-kind in that it is the only product to use multiple case studies to demonstrate both the evaluation and possible interventions--through a range of illustrative, video-based case studies; an administered standardized measure; and speech samples--this DVD also provides visual stimuli shown simultaneously with a child speaking, critical in understanding normal articulation and phonological development. Additionally, students can practice their transcription skills with immediate feedback by comparing their answers to a sample transcription.

This DVD is an invaluable educational and self-assessment resource for the student, instructor, or speech-language pathologist at any level.

Clinical Case Studies of Children with Articulation and Phonological Disorders features selected case studies of children with articulatio amd phonological disorders that demonstrate the practical application of phonetic transcription and learning of assessment procedures. This DVD contains video files of the speech of five children that are transcribed using the International Phonetic Alphabet shown simultaneously as the participant is speaking. This video resource:

• Provides students the opportunity to practice their transcription skills of children with articulation and phonological disorders with immediate feedback by comparing their answers to the sample transcription.

  • Illustrates the importance of a video-recorded speech sample as opposed to simply listening to an audio-recorded speech sample. In addition, it is important for the student to think about the decisionmaking process after the assessment is completed.

  • Remedies the limited exposure to phonetics that students receive before entering their graduate program in communication sciences and disorders.

  • Saves supervisorÂ’s time by addressing clinical practicum skills that a graduate student is expected to know prior to their internship and externship experiences.


Contents

I. Participant 1 Test and Picture Description (Video file)
II. Participant 2 Test and Picture Description (Video file)
III. Participant 3 Test and Picture Description (Video file)
IV. Participant 4 Test and Picture Description (Video file)
V. Participant 5 Test and Picture Description (Video file)

VI. Tables
a. Table 1. Manner, Place, and Voicing Features of English Consonants
b. Table 2. Developmental Norms for Phonemes
c. Table 3. Articulation and Phonology Tests for Children
d. Table 4. Phonological Processes
e. Table 5. Speech Sample-Elicited Picture Description
f. Table 6. Some Comments on IPA Symbols and Diacritic Markers
g. Table 7. Results and Recommendations
h. Table 8. Components of an Articulation and Phonological Assessment
i. Table 9. Some Important Aspects to Consider When Designing the Assessment
Protocol

VII. Aspects About Treatment
VIII. Some References About Assessment

About The Authors

Renee Laura Fabus, M.S., Ph.D., CCC-SLP, TSHH

Renee Fabus, PhD, CCC-SLP, TSHH, is an associate professor and the director of The Neural Bases of Speech and Swallowing Disorders in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Adelphi University.


Julia Yudes-Kuznetsov, M.S., CCC-SLP

Julia Yudes-Kuznetsov, MS, CCC-SLP, is a bilingual (Russian-English) speech-language pathologist and adjunct instructor at Adelphi University in New York.


Terry Hausner Gozdziewski

Terry Hausner Gozdziewski, SDS, SAS, TSHH, MA, CCC-SLP, has been a clinical speech-language pathologist for 38 years in both New York and Connecticut, and has been an adjunct professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Adelphi University for 15 years (where she was nominated for a Teacher of Excellence award) and also at Long Island University (LIU)-Post.