Clinical Cases in Speech and Language Disorders is a new series of short books that each focus on a specific speech and language disorder, providing an in-depth look at real or imagined scenarios, and discussing relevant assessment and intervention plans using theory, research findings, and clinical reasoning. The overall aim of these books is to provide much-needed resources using real-life clinical cases to help clinicians and students reflect on clinical decision making involving the assessment and management of patients presenting with various speech and language disorders (SLD).
By Kurt Eggers, Margaret M. Leahy
September 20, 2022
Clinical Cases in Dysfluency is an imperative work that introduces dysfluency in clinical and cultural contexts while encouraging reflection on clinical decision-making involving the assessment and management of clients. With inputs from eminent clinical researchers across the world, this text ...
By Margaret Walshe, Nick Miller
December 22, 2021
Through the medium of detailed clinical case reports, written by well-respected clinicians and researchers working internationally in the field, Clinical Cases in Dysarthria discusses the challenges, and rewards of applying evidence-based procedures to people with dysarthria in real-life busy ...
By Margaret Walshe, Maggie-Lee Huckabee
September 20, 2018
Dysphagia is a complex condition that can have significant social, developmental and psychological effects. Alongside the physiology and pathophysiology of the condition, dysphagia can rob patients of the most basic pleasures, such as eating and drinking, causing ongoing difficulties for ...