6 edition of Working with Families in Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology found in the catalog.
Working with Families in Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology
Nicole Watts Pappas
November 15, 2008
by Plural Publishing Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||225|
Consisting of twenty multi-disciplinary therapists who are committed to emphasizing mind-body connection, we offer Pediatric Physical, Occupational, and Oral-Motor/Feeding Therapies, Speech Language Pathology, as well as Adult and Pediatric Counseling and Wellness Coaching in our warm and friendly atmosphere. Bayside Pediatric Therapy, LLC (BPTx) in Spring Park, MN was created to help busy families and children find success. Addressing Speech, Language, and Feeding Delays By working as a team, our clients and families have more flexibility when managing their family schedules, more attention in therapy, and more parent/teacher home programming.
She then received her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The George Washington University. Emily enjoys working with toddlers and school-aged children with a variety of needs, ranging from articulation and language disorders to autism spectrum disorders, among other disorders. The SLP will provide quality diagnostic and therapeutic care to individuals (pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric) who have or are suspected of having communication, swallo.
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Dr. Watts Pappas is the author of book chapters on working with parents and families in The International Guide to Speech Acquisition and Children s Speech Sound by: In Dr.
Watts Pappas was invited to co-present a Speech Pathology Australia workshop on forming partnerships with parents in speech-language pathology intervention. Watts Pappas is the author of book chapters on working with parents and families in The International Guide to Speech Acquisition and Children's Speech Sound Disorders.4/5(1).
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How Speech-Language Pathologists Help Children Each child is different. Once an initial assessment is performed, the speech-language pathologist will determine the best course of action. Interventions vary depending on what communication or feeding and swallowing goals will be targeted.
Why Working With the Entire Family Gets the Best Results in Kids Struggling with Speech-Language Issues. Theodotou works as a pediatric Speech-Language Therapist at the University of Minnesota Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic.
Before that, she served on the Pediatric Brain Injury Team and the Growth and Nutrition Team at Hennepin County. 14 hours ago For anger, your child might need a tool with more physicality. "When I worked with a play therapist, we had bean bag chairs in the room," says Donna Wexler, a pediatric speech-language pathologist.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations: Contents: Models of practice used in speech-language pathologists work with families / Nicole Watts Pappas, Sharynne McLeod, and Lindy McAllister --Speech-language pathologists' and other allied health professionals' perceptions of working with parents and families / Nicole Watts.
5 Ways a Speech Language Pathologist Can Help Your Child. speech language pathologists can receive pediatric training that permit them to help with your child’s feeding and swallowing issues along with their auditory issues.
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PTO & 10 Federal Holidays Paid Off. Benefits and Relocation Assistance. About Sterling Medical. Margaret is a speech-language pathologist working in private practice in Highland Park, Illinois, with over 30 years experience as a pediatric SLP. Her primary professional interests are in the areas of children’s speech sound disorders, language disorders, and social language development.
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Trisha McGough, MS, CCC-SLP earned her bachelor's degree in speech-language pathology and audiology and her master's degree in speech-language pathology, both from Idaho State University.
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