Communication and Adults with Learning Disabilities. Exc Business And Economy (Whurr)

  • ID: 2224194
  • Book
  • 284 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Though working with people with learning difficulties has become an increasingly important speciality for the speech therapist, much of the rationale for this work has yet to be established. Practitioners are still evaluating their role in working with the learning disabled, and are trying to develop appropriate models of assessment and intervention.

This book is intended to aid speech therapists in this task by providing ideas based on an ideology in keeping with the current trends in services to people with learning difficulties. After critically examining existing methods, the authors draw on their combined experience in linguistics and ethnography to provide a rationale and operational guidelines to deal with assessment, intervention, establishing criteria for entry to and exit from therapy, developing shared perspectives and manipulating the environment in order to facilitate communications in context.

The concluding part of the book looks at service provision in health, education, social services and private establishments, suggesting ways in which speech therapists may best utilize their skills and time in these settings.

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Part I.

Current Issues in Assessment.

Issues in Assessment.

Communicaiton Assessment.

Recent Developments in Communication Assessment and intervention.

Part II.

Current Issues in Management.

Issues in Intervention.

Issues in Service Delivery.

Issues in Service Delivery – 2.

Part III.

Future directions.

An Integrated Model of Communication Assessment.

Research directions.

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Anna Danielle Van der Gaag, was born on October 21, 1959 in Rudgwick, England. She′s a British speech professional, educator. Grantee, United Kingdom Department Health, biomedical Research Council, Dunhill Medical Trust. Fellow: Royal Society Medicine; member: Royal College Speech and Language Therapists (research committee 1993–1997, national steering group learning disabilities 2001–2005, consultant since 2004, grantee), Center Evidence Based Practice. Gaag, Center Evidence Based Practice.
Bachelor of Science in Speech and Language Therapy, University College London, 1981. Master of Science in Neurology, University London, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy in Speech and Language Therapy, University Strathclyde, 2000.

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