ISBN: PE-14176

Fun with Fluency for the School-Age Child

88.95

Focused on students, ages 7 through 12, Fun with Fluency for the School-Age Child provides the clinician with a step-by-step process for treating stuttering.

ISBN: PE-14176
Author(s) : Patty Walton
SKU: PE-14176
Categories: , Tag: GTIN: PE-14176

Description

Focused on students, ages 7 through 12, Fun with Fluency for the School-Age Child provides the clinician with a step-by-step process for treating stuttering. Well-organised and practical, this therapy manual addresses:

  • Assessment
  • Treatment planning
  • Strategies for fluency shaping, modification and maintenance
  • Working with attitudes and emotions
  • Parent counseling
  • Involving teachers
  • Techniques to maximise the success of therapy

Each chapter includes activities and therapy suggestions designed to meet the more complex individual needs of the school-age child who stutters. Timely information about support group resources and Web sites devoted to stuttering are provided.

Easily access the many reproducible handouts for practice, therapy and information sharing from the appendix and from the accompanying CD-ROM.

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Manual – 208 pages (includes CD)

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Publication Year:

2013

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