Speech, Language and Voice Pathology: Methods, Challenges and Outcomes

Pablo Antonio Ysunza, MD, PhD (Editor)
Coordinator of Craniofacial Services. Department of Speech & Language Pathology. Beaumont Health System. Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. William Beaumont, School of Medicine. Oakland University. Michigan, USA

Series: Languages and Linguistics

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This book is aimed to provide readers with interesting and useful data concerning several topics in speech and language pathology. Thus, the selected title was “Speech, Language and Voice Pathology: Methods, Challenges and Outcomes”. However, it should be pointed out that swallowing is also an important element in speech and language pathology.

It presents current and updated points of view about speech related aspects of craniofacial anomalies; phonological disorders; materials for providing speech and language pathology treatments; swallowing disorders in critical care; voice disorders caused by vocal abuse and misuse; a protocol for assessing and treating speech sound disorders; and outcome analysis of speech and language pathology treatments. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Effectiveness of Voice Therapy in Vocal Fold Nodules (pp. 1-8)
Victor Valadez and Rosa Isela Magallanes (Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitación. Mexico City, Mexico)

Chapter 2 - Speech and Language Pathology Interventions in Critical Care: A Retrospective View (pp. 9-16)
Kathleen V. Roeder (Department of Speech & Language Pathology, Beaumont Health System. Royal Oak, MI, US)

Chapter 3 - Speech Sound Disorders Protocol Guide for Speech and Language Pathologists (pp. 17-32)
Marisa Lousada and Margarida Ramalho (School of Health Sciences (ESSUA), University of Aveiro, Aveiro and Center for Health Technology and Services Research (CINTESIS), Porto, and School of Health Sciences, Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal (IPS), Setúbal, Portugal)

Chapter 4 - A Play Toolkit Used in Early Language Intervention (pp. 33-48)
Kristine Rutkowski (Department of Speech and Language Pathology, Beaumont Health System, Royal Oak, MI, US)

Chapter 5 - The Impact of Protracted Phonological Disorders on Literacy Outcomes in Children: A Meta-Analysis (pp. 49-116)
Glenda Kelly Mason and Barbara May Bernhardt (The University of British Columbia. Vancouver, Canada)

Chapter 6 - Clinical Outcomes in Medical Speech-Language Pathology (pp. 117-140)
Richard M. Merson and Michael I. Rolnick (Department of Speech & Language Pathology. Beaumont Health System. Royal Oak. MI, US)

Chapter 7 - Velopharyngeal Function and Speech. Analysis of Surgical Outcome in Young Adults with Repaired Cleft Palate and Residual Velopharyngeal Insufficiency (pp. 141-154)
Mirta Palomares, Drina Alvarez, Carlos Giugliano and Carolina Villena (Fundacion Dr. Alfredo Gantz. Santiago, Chile)

Chapter 8 - Strategies for Treating Phonologic Disorder in Children with Cleft Palate (pp. 155-176)
Maria C. Pamplona and Santiago Morales (Hospital Gea González. Mexico City, Mexico and others)

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