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Occupational and Speech therapy

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  1. Language Development in Children with Disability and Special Needs

    Language Development in Children with Disability and Special Needs

    Performative Communication

    Irene Johansson

    This guide offers a programme to encourage language acquisition, and teach the child to use appropriate language and communication in differing situations. The author's early intervention programmes are widely practised in Sweden, and are based on the belief that language and communication develop as a key part of the child's overall development. Learn More
    1994, 160pp
  2. Children with Language Impairments

    Children with Language Impairments

    An Introduction

    Morag L. Donaldson

    This book is an important summary of current awareness of language impairments in children. It is argued that approaches to intervention need to be geared to the strengths and weaknesses of the individual child and therefore that they must be closely integrated with thorough, ongoing assessment procedures. Learn More
    1995, 144pp
  3. Communication and the Mentally Ill Patient

    Communication and the Mentally Ill Patient

    Developmental and Linguistic Approaches to Schizophrenia

    Edited by Jenny France and Niki Muir

    The book examines issues of communication and speech in schizophrenic patients, in collaboration with psychiatrists, linguists, psychologists, and speech and language therapists. It demonstrates the need for closer ties between the disciplines and the role that language and communication play in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of the mentally ill. Learn More
    1996, 195pp
  4. Housing Options for Disabled People

    Housing Options for Disabled People

    Edited by Ruth Bull

    This book describes the processes involved in rehousing or adapting existing accomodation, identifying the professionals who may contribute and highlighting the role of the occupational therapist. The book will be of use to a range of professionals, including occupational therapists, architects, social workers and more. Learn More
    1998, 288pp
  5. At the Double

    At the Double

    Supporting families with two or more severely disabled children

    Rosemary Tozer

    This revealing book is based on the findings of a qualitative study of 24 families in which parents cared for two or more severely disabled children - important reading for those working with families and disability. Learn More
    1999, 66pp
  6. Brain Injury and Returning to Employment

    Brain Injury and Returning to Employment

    A Guide for Practitioners

    James Japp

    The multi-disability nature of acquired brain injury and its complex effects make the return to employment particularly problematic. This book provides a clear overview of the cognitive and psychological difficulties associated with brain injury and discusses how people affected by it can prepare for and remain in employment. Learn More
    2004, 144pp
  7. Good Practice in Brain Injury Case Management

    Good Practice in Brain Injury Case Management

    Edited by Jackie Parker

    This book provides a guide to effective case management, outlining all the key issues that professionals working with brain-injured people will need to know, from understanding what brain injury actually is and how it feels to experience it to strategies for rehabilitation, assessing risk and implementing support plans. Learn More
    2006, 224pp
  8. The Man Who Lost his Language

    The Man Who Lost his Language

    A Case of Aphasia Revised Edition

    Sheila Hale

    When Sir John Hale suffered a stroke that left him unable to walk, write or speak, his wife, Shelia, followed every available medical trail seeking knowledge of his condition and how he might be restored to health. This book is a unique exploration of aphasia - losing the ability to use or comprehend words - as well as of the resilience of love. Learn More
    2007, 272pp
  9. Challenge Me! (TM)

    Challenge Me! (TM)

    Speech and Communication Cards

    Amanda Elliott, illustrated by David Kemp

    These cards provide fun challenges for children aged 3-12 with any form of speech problem, whether this is a severe problem which is related to a motor disability or a general delay in speech. The colour illustrated cards and instruction booklet will be an ideal tool for parents and professionals working to improve a child's speaking skills. Learn More
    2009, Cards, 6.61in x 5.35in / 168mm x 136mm, £21.19
    ISBN: 978-1-84310-946-4
  10. The Core Concepts of Occupational Therapy

    The Core Concepts of Occupational Therapy

    A Dynamic Framework for Practice

    Jennifer Creek

    Based on the work of the terminology project group of the European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education (ENOTHE), this book selects and defines the core building blocks of occupational therapy theory. Consensus definitions of a wide range of terms are developed through an analysis of published definitions from around the world. Learn More
    2010, 256pp

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