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:
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 available via online access and in the manual.
Complete kit includes: 234 page, 8.5 x 11 softcover manual with online access to supplemental material.
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