Achieving Speech & Language Targets
Jill Spring & Catherine Delamain
Achieving Speech & Language Targets is a practical resource book for Special Needs Coordinators (SENCOs), teachers, teaching assistants and speech & language therapists who are working with children who have significant language delay and who are in their first year at school.
Active Communication Education (ACE)
Louise Hickson, Linda Worrall & Nerina Scarinci
This manual Active is a group training programme designed to help people over the age of fifty with hearing impairment to become more effective communicators in everyday life.
Autism: A Social Skills Approach for Children & Adolescents
Maureen Aarons & Tessa Gittens
This book is an excellent source of practical ideas on which to base programs of intervention for children and young people with autism.
Brain Injury Workbook
Trevor Powell & Kit Malia
Contains over 140 cognitive rehabilitation exercises - tailored for memory, thinking skills, executive functions, awareness and insight, and emotional adjustment.
Common Parenting Issues
This CD-ROM resource pack has been designed for professionals working with children and families, and is an invaluable asset for health centres, children's centres, playgroups, nurseries or schools.
Communication Activities with Adults
Jayne Comins, Felicity Llewellyn & Judy Offiler
With more than 100 graded communication activities for individuals and groups, this practical book is an excellent resource for health professionals and activity providers.
Day by Day: Raising the Child with Autism/PDD Video VHS
Joan F. Goodman and Susan Hoban
This informative videotape presents a realistic look into the daily lives of two families of preschool children with pervasive developmental disorders.
Early Speech & Language Skills:
Full of practical ideas that can be easily implemented with minimal preparation, this book contains a wealth of games and activities for developing language with young children.
Head Injury Education: A Group Therapy Manual
Martin van den Broek & Beverley Dayus
This title is a much needed practical manual outlining the rationale and format of a head injury education therapy programme for use with groups of clients with traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Head Injury: A practical guide revised edition
This popular and bestselling book has been brought up to date with the latest information on caring for someone with a head injury.
Helping Children to Improve their Communication Skills
Deborah M. Plummer
This creative book is full of fun and imaginative ideas to help children aged 4 11 with a speech or language delay or disorder to develop their communication skills.
IFCI: Inpatient Functional Communication Interview
Robyn O'Halloran, Linda Worrall, Deborah Toffolo, Chris Code & Louise Hickson
The IFCI provides speech & language therapists working in the acute hospital setting with a measure of how well in-patients with communication difficulties can communicate in relevant hospital situations.
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Workbook
Written by a specialist in cognitive impairments, this is the only book for those with a mild traumatic brain injury that is designed to help them overcome emotional pain and regain their mental capabilities.
PETAL: Phonological Evaluation & Transcription of Audio-Visual Language
Ann Parker, Speech & Language Therapist
PETAL is a tool for describing speech production patterns of children and adults in relation to factors which may enhance or impede speech intelligibility.
Playing with Words
Rosemarie Portmann & Elisabeth Schneider
With an emphasis on learning through play, this book provides a comprehensive collection of word games for vocabulary development or to constructively fill leisure time.
Practical Intervention for Cleft Palate Speech
Jane Russell & Liz Albery
This photocopiable manual provides practical ideas and material for speech & language therapists to use with clients whose speech difficulties arise from cleft palate and/or velopharyngeal disorders.
Riddles, Rhyme & Alliteration
Riddles, Rhyme and Alliteration is an activity-based resource that encourages children aged 4 7 years to concentrate, listen to and discriminate between different speech sounds.
Seasonal Activities for Sensorimotor Development
Following a tasty menu format, this book contains easy-to-use activity recipes for therapists, educators and carers to provide fun and engaging sensorimotor groups for students with movement and sensory dysfunction.
Selective Mutism Resource Manual
Maggie Johnson & Alison Wintgens
Selective Mutism is a rare condition but it is important because selectively mute children are at a significant disadvantage personally and socially. It is also a greater barrier to learning, with the increased emphasis on verbalisation within the school curriculum. More resources and attention are often directed towards the disruptive child.
Sourcebook of Practical Communication: A Programme for Conversational Practice & Functional Communication Therapy
If you have ever worked with clients and thought 'they need more practice, but what should I do now?' or 'what should I use for my clients to talk about today?' then this book is for you. It is a unique resource to help develop functional language through practical methods, and to promote carry over of target behaviours into day-to-day conversation.
Reginald G. Golledge and Robert J. Stimson
Examining a broad range of questions--from how human beings negotiate the spaces in which they live, work, and play to how firms and institutions, and their spatial behaviors, are affected by processes of economic and societal change--this work presents an overview of research into the spatial behavior of humans and their institutions.
Speaking, Listening & Understanding
Catherine Delamain & Jill Spring
It contains a collection of graded games and activities designed to foster the speaking, listening and understanding skills of children aged from 5 to 7.
SPPARC: Supporting Partners of People with Aphasia in Relationships and Conversation
Sarah Lock, Ray Wilkinson & Karen Bryan
SPPARC is a complete resource providing the clinician with the necessary tools to run support and conversation training programmes for partners of people with aphasia either in groups or as individuals.
Frances Dickens & Kirsten Lewis
Winner of the Primary Education category of the British Book Design & Production Awards
This innovative handbook aims to help children write creatively. Designed for children aged 4-11 years, it is suitable for children of all abilities. The strong visual emphasis will inspire children to write their own stories and expand their vocabulary. Writer s tips front each of the twelve story elements; Characters; Feelings; Size; Speech & Sound; Speed; Settings; Texture; Colours; Objects; Time; and weather. The Story Maker is integral to teaching the National Literacy Strategy Objectives at Key Stages 1, 2 and 3.
Working with Adults with a Learning Disability
A comprehensive and practical resource for all speech & language therapists and students, Working with Adults with a Learning Disability covers all aspects of working with this client group.
Working with Dysfluent Children
Trudy Stewart & Jackie Turnbull
This extensively revised edition is now an up-to-date clinical text, with ideas on relating theory to current practice. It is an invaluable resource for those working with children who are dysfluent.
Working with Dysphagia
Lizzy Marks & Deirdre Rainbow
This timely and practical text will be of enormous comfort to all clinicians working with dysphagia and is suitable for those involved in a range of settings and a diversity of client groups including those with acquired neurological disorders and learning difficulties.