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Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome

A Guide for Parents and Professionals
Third Edition
Libby Kumin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP




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isbn# 978-1-60613-066-7  
2012
Paperback
8 1/2" x 11"
392 pages

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Acknowledgements

Introduction

Chapter 1: Language, Speech and Communications

Chapter 2: Speech and Language Characteristics of Children with Down Syndrome

Chapter 3: Busy Baby—Busy Parents

Chapter 4: Before the First Word-Precursors to Language

Chapter 5: The One-Word Stage

Chapter 6: The Two-and Three-Word Stages

Chapter 7: Meaning and Grammar

Chapter 8: Speech and Intelligibility Problems

Chapter 9: Articulation and Phonology: Learning the Sounds of the Language

Chapter 10: Pragmatics: Communication in Action

Chapter 11: Communicating without Speech

Chapter 12: Understanding Speech and Language Evaluation

Chapter 13: Understanding Speech and Language Treatment

Chapter 14: Reading, Literacy and Language

Chapter 15: School and Community Issues

Chapter 16: Concluding Thoughts

Appendices
1. Communication Evaluation Guidelines for SLPs: For Children with Down Syndrome

2. Speech & Language Referral Guidelines for Pediatricians

3. Early Intervention Speech & Language Treatment Program Planning Form

4. Developing a Transitional Communication System

5. Comprehensive Speech & Language Treatment Guidelines for Children with Down Syndrome from Birth to Six Years

6. Speech & Language Treatment Program Planning Form: First Word to Age 6

7. Speech Intelligibility Evaluation Summary Form for Children with Down Syndrome

8. Speech Intelligibility Treatment Program Plan for Children with Down Syndrome

9. Record Form for Articulation

Resources Guide

References and Suggested Reading

Children’s Books for Language Stimulation

Index


 
   
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