Spanish Phrasing for SLP's
Dorothy Miranda Esckelson, Adulfa Aguirre Morales
This manual is designed to provide speech-language pathologists with language to use with their Spanish-speaking students and their families. The five divisions of Articulation/Phonology, Hearing, Language, Stuttering, and Voice are written in Spanish and in English. Each one contains yes/no questions to ask parents that should help provide some of the information needed by the clinician who are not vary familiar with Spanish. Each division also contains information for the parents about the communication problem that their child has to cope with and ways to help in the therapy process. Practice tips for home, information sheets, and form letters are ready to copy and send home to save the speech pathologist time and effort. An extensive vocabulary related to speech therapy concludes this book. Many professional terms which would not necessarily be used in discussions with parents are included in case they are need in other settings. (Contains 22 references.)
Dorothy Miranda Esckelson, Adulfa Aguirre Morales. Spanish Phrasing for SLP's (1998). Southwest Language Pathways: Ann Arbor, MI.
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Spanish Phrasing for IEP's (with English Translations)
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