Case Studies in Cleft Palate Speech: Data analysis and principled intervention (with DVD)
This book presents cleft palate case studies with phonological interpretation of phonetic transcription supported by video footage.
Basic Medical Science for Speech and Language Therapy Students (2nd edition, with CD)
This book covers anatomy, physiology and neuroscience relevant to the practice of speech and language therapy in sufficient detail to equip students with an understanding of the relevance of basic medical sciences to the clinical components of their course and continuing professional development.
The Concise Guide to Ethics and Decision-making in Dysphagia
The Concise Guide to Ethics and Decision-making in Dysphagia explains why decisions in dysphagia care are difficult, what frameworks might help structure a more robust process, and links evidence to ethics to cases.
Applying Psychology for Effective Speech and Language Therapy Practice
Both cognitive and developmental psychology are embedded into pre-registration speech and language training and inform the theoretical basis of many language and communication interventions.
Communication and Mental Health Disorders - Developing Theory, Growing Practice
This book brings together academics and expert clinicians to share their research, clinical expertise and insights in the presentation of current theory and evolving practice of language and communication work with children and adults with mental health disorders.
Supporting Teenagers with Language Difficulties
This book will consider approaches to supporting teenagers with language difficulties in a range of contexts, from mainstream and specialist secondary schools to the youth justice sector.
Creating Practice-based Evidence: A resource for SLTs, 2nd ed
To help SLTs become research active within their existing clinical environment, this new edition of Creating Practice-based Evidence has been updated and revised, providing more detail and including new chapters.
Speech and Language Therapists and Mental Capacity
This book can be used to promote the role of SLT to other professionals and decision-makers within their own and other provider organisations, leading to harmonisation of practice and equitable service delivery for this area of clinical practice.