Target group: school-age children, adolescents, and adults diagnosed with cluttering
Cluttering is a communication disorder where speech sounds overly rapid, or contains rapid bursts, together with poorly articulated or jerky speech. Cluttered speech typically sounds rushed and disorganized.
Managing Cluttering: A Comprehensive Guidebook of Activities is designed to help speech-language pathologists address the needs of their clients with cluttering. This straightforward, easy-to-understand approach to assessing and treating cluttering provides:
- evidence-based rationale for activities used
- step-by-step instructions on treatment methods
- easily reproducible parent letters and client home activities
- special chapters on cluttering and stuttering and on cluttering combined with other diagnoses
Managing Cluttering is a useful resource for speech-language pathologists working in any setting, and with clients of any age. Reproducible worksheets, home activities, and parent letters are included as reproducible PDFs in additional files.
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- Accessible from any device with Internet access
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237 pages • E-Book with additional downloadable file of reproducible PDFs • ©2013
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