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Speaking of Apraxia

A Parents' Guide to Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Leslie Lindsay




$24.95

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isbn# 978-1-60613-061-2  
2012
Paperback
7" x 10"
450 pages

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Preface
Acknowledgements
How This Book Is Organized

Section One: Tell Me More--The Straight Scoop on Speech Basics
Chapter 1: Does My Child Have Childhood Apraxia of Speech?
Chapter 2: An Introduction to Speech, Language, and Listening
Chapter 3: When You Suspect Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Where to Go and What to Ask
Chapter 4: At the Speech Clinic: Your First Appointment with a Speech-Language Pathologist

Section Two: Now What?!
Chapter 5: Getting the Apraxia Diagnosis: Initial Reactions
Chapter 6: So What Caused All of This?! Theories and Medical Diagnoses Related to CAS
Chapter 7: All About Speech Therapy: An Introduction to Theories & Methods Best Suited for Kids with Apraxia

Section Three: Helping Your Child
Chapter 8: Fish Oil, Diet, Horses, Music, and More: Complementary and Alternative Medical (CAM) Approaches to Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Chapter 9: What You Can Do at Home: Tapping into Your Inner Speech-Language Pathologist
Chapter 10: An Eye for Design: Creating a Language-Rich Environment at Home & Encouraging Sound Sleep

Section Four: Off to School
Chapter 11: Off to School: Preparing Your Child (and Yourself!)
Chapter 12: Phonological Awareness: Learning to Read and Reading to Learn

Section Five: Coping & Hoping
Chapter 13: CAS Affects Us All: Coping as a Family
Chapter 14: I Am More Than CAS: Tending to Your Child’s Feelings
Chapter 15: Resolving Apraxia: Where Do We Go from Here?
Chapter 16: Shaking Your Groove Thing: Networking, Advocating and Resources

References

Appendix A: A Guide to the Most-Asked-About Conditions in Relation to CAS
Appendix B: Health Insurance
Appendix C: Summer Speech Camps and Enrichment Programs
Appendix D: Speech & Language Milestones
Appendix E: Research on Reading Difficulties and Speech & Language Disorders
Appendix F: Glossary

Advisory Board
Index

 
   
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