With this practical resource, speech and language therapy students and practitioners will discover how to link classroom theories and methods to standards, attitudes, and behaviors that will help them ensure success in clinical practice. The text leads students and professionals from coursework to practice with guidance on -- intervention -- assessment -- therapy -- interaction with family members and staff -- work in various settings -- maintenance of records and written reports The authors also reveal the prerequisite skills and aptitude -- and the understanding of practice -- that individuals need to perform successfully as speech-language therapy clinicians.
The combination of ideas, case illustrations, and concepts offers direction and support to students as they embark on their professional careers. Experienced clinicians and professionals returning to the field after an absence will also find this resource very helpful.
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