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The Working With series provides speech and language therapists with a range of ‘go-to’ resources, full of well-sourced, up-to-date information regarding specific disorders. Underpinned by robust theoretical foundations and supported by intervention options and exercises, every book ensures that the reader has access to the latest thinking regarding diagnosis, management and treatment options.

Written in a fully accessible style, each book bridges theory and practice and offers ready-to-use and well-rehearsed practical material, including guidance on interventions, management advice, and therapeutic resources for the client, parent or carer. The series is an invaluable resource for practitioners, whether speech and language therapy students, or more experienced clinicians.

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Working with Adults with Eating, Drinking and Swallowing Needs A Holistic Approach

Working with Adults with Eating, Drinking and Swallowing Needs: A Holistic Approach

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Sophie MacKenzie
March 20, 2024

This practical guide encourages clinicians to treat eating, drinking and swallowing in a holistic way, keeping the client at the forefront of management by considering cultural, ethical and societal infl uences on the eating and drinking process. It draws on contemporary evidence to critically ...

Working with Childhood Apraxia of Speech Theory and Practice for Speech and Language Therapists

Working with Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Theory and Practice for Speech and Language Therapists

1st Edition

By Kathryn Murrell
December 18, 2023

This resource will lead the reader through the practicalities of assessment, diagnosis, and therapeutic intervention for children of all ages with features of childhood apraxia of speech. It provides the theory and underlying principles upon which to work with children who have this fascinating but...

Working with Child and Adolescent Mental Health: The Central Role of Language and Communication

Working with Child and Adolescent Mental Health: The Central Role of Language and Communication

1st Edition

By Susan McCool
October 11, 2023

In children, mental health challenges and communication differences typically combine in complex and inter-related ways. Remarkably, this crucial point is all too often forgotten, and communication is overlooked. Services are frequently fragmented, leading professionals to look at children through ...

Working with Autistic Children and Young People A Practical Guide for Speech and Language Therapists

Working with Autistic Children and Young People: A Practical Guide for Speech and Language Therapists

1st Edition

By Sally Mordi
August 18, 2023

This book focuses on appreciating the different language and communication style of autistic youngsters and discusses how therapists can respond to and support this to get the best out of their practice. Each chapter begins with a summary of key points and areas to focus on, includes ‘what to do’ ...

Working With Adults with Communication Difficulties in the Criminal Justice System A Practical Guide for Speech and Language Therapists

Working With Adults with Communication Difficulties in the Criminal Justice System: A Practical Guide for Speech and Language Therapists

1st Edition

By Jacqui Learoyd, Karen Bryan
August 14, 2023

This book offers guidance for speech and language therapists and other professionals who are working in a criminal justice setting or who are interested to know more about this dynamic and rewarding client group. The criminal justice system (CJS) includes police custody, community services, secure ...

Working with Trans Voice A Guide to Support and Inspire New, Developing and Established Practitioners

Working with Trans Voice: A Guide to Support and Inspire New, Developing and Established Practitioners

1st Edition

By Matthew Mills, Sean Pert
July 20, 2023

This book is an essential resource for those new to, developing and established in the field of trans voice. Presented in a workbook style and packed with practical exercises for the practitioner to engage with, it explores and explains how to work with clients effectively, while also developing ...

Working with Global Aphasia Theory and Practice

Working with Global Aphasia: Theory and Practice

1st Edition

By Sharon Adjei-Nicol
March 21, 2023

Global aphasia is the most severe and disabling form of aphasia, yet it has had the least attention within aphasia research and rehabilitation. This practical book provides the reader with a comprehensive understanding of the topic based on both clinical observations and the literature to date. ...

Working with Children Experiencing Speech and Language Disorders in a Bilingual Context A Home Language Approach

Working with Children Experiencing Speech and Language Disorders in a Bilingual Context: A Home Language Approach

1st Edition

By Sean Pert
December 20, 2022

The complexity of speech and language disorders can be daunting in a monolingual context. When working with a bilingual child assessment and intervention may appear to be even more complicated. In this book Sean Pert provides the reader with the tools needed to overcome this perception and develop ...

Working with Solution Focused Brief Therapy in Healthcare Settings A Practical Guide

Working with Solution Focused Brief Therapy in Healthcare Settings: A Practical Guide

1st Edition

By Kidge Burns, Sarah Northcott
August 12, 2022

Solution focused brief therapy is an evidence-based approach that enables people to make meaningful change in their everyday lives. This book shares ideas on how speech and language therapists and others working in medical settings can integrate SFBT into their therapeutic interactions to support ...

Working with Communication and Swallowing Difficulties in Older Adults

Working with Communication and Swallowing Difficulties in Older Adults

1st Edition

By Rebecca Allwood
June 28, 2022

This accessible resource offers valuable guidance for all student and practising speech and language therapists (SLTs)who are working with older people with communication and swallowing difficulties. Chapters provide up-to-date theory on age-related changes alongside practical strategies for ...

Working with Children’s Language A Practical Resource for Early Years Professionals

Working with Children’s Language: A Practical Resource for Early Years Professionals

2nd Edition

By Diana Williams
September 29, 2021

This revised and updated second edition of Working with Children’s Language has been created to support practitioners who work with young children with delayed language acquisition. Rooted in a developmental theory of language learning, it covers topics such as attention control and listening, the ...

Working with Voice Disorders Theory and Practice

Working with Voice Disorders: Theory and Practice

3rd Edition

By Stephanie Martin
December 16, 2020

Now in a fully revised and updated third edition, Working with Voice Disorders offers practical insight and direction into all aspects of voice disorders, from assessment and diagnosis to intervention and case management. Using evidence-based material, it provides clinicians with pragmatic, ...

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