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    Supporting Acquired Communication Disorder

    Supporting Acquired Communication Disorder

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    by Fiona Sugden-Best.

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    Previously published by Speechmark (known as The Sourcebook for Adolescents to Adults with Acquired Communication Disorders) but now updated and available\n through STASS Publications

    \n

    A wealth of materials for experienced or newly qualified clinicians, or students under clinical supervision covering all aspects of communication therapy.\n Carefully based on theory and extensively trailed with a range of adult client groups across acute, outpatient and domiciliary\n settings.

    \n

    The resource pack includes a manual with examples of the sheets for instant reference and a CD with all the sheets organised to be printed easily on demand.\n 250 assessment and graded exercise sheets are available covering the following aspects:

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    Oromotor skills: an initial oromotor assessment; exercises in a clear format, with illustrations, to enable clients to work independently\n or with carers, with recording sheets.

    \n

    Voice and breathing: assessment and exercise sheets, including relaxation, voice, breathing, intonation, resonance and pitch, with illustrations\n and diagrams.

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    Articulation sheets: Speech sounds, including consonant clusters, multi-syllabic words and tongue twisters.

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    Assessment of communication skills: a range of language assessments and screens.

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    Communication questionnaire and handouts: a personal communication history, handouts to raise client awareness of difficulties, together\n with a large number of handouts for both clients and carers in relation to a wide range of communication disorders, including strategies and tips.

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    AAC: a screening tool; coloured and printable 'yes/no' cards and an extensive range of alphabet charts for both direct and indirect access.

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    Graded sheets:

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    Where different formatting is available this is indicated by the following colours:

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    Large font, slightly fewer exercises

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    Medium font, a range of exercises

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    Small font, slightly more exercises

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    About the Author\n

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    Fiona Sugden-Best qualified as a speech and language therapist from City University in 1988, where she returned to do her MSc in Communication Disorders\n in 1993. Initially, she worked in a general position for Newham Health Authority, before working at The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability for seven-and-half\n years, managing predominately a progressive neurological client group and providing cover on the rehabilitation wards, including minimally responsive.\n She has also worked as Senior Speech & Language Therapist for Neurosciences at The Royal London & Barts NHS Trust, as adult team co-ordinator\n for Redbridge Healthcare, covering a domiciliary caseload and as Head of Speech and Language Therapy at The Children’s Trust. She is currently Head\n of SLT and Dietetics for Surrey and Sussex Health Care NHS Trust, she clinically covers a group of residential nursing and adults with learning disability\n homes for an independent provider, together with providing a private therapeutic service to clients with both voice and acquired disorders. She has\n always been actively involved in educating others, including speech and language therapists.

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    Supporting Acquired Communication Disorder

    by Fiona Sugden-Best.

    Previously published by Speechmark (known as The Sourcebook for Adolescents to Adults with Acquired Communication Disorders) but now updated and available through STASS Publications

    A wealth of materials for experienced or newly qualified clinicians, or students under clinical supervision covering all aspects of communication therapy. Carefully based on theory and extensively trailed with a range of adult client groups across acute, outpatient and domiciliary settings.

    The resource pack includes a manual with examples of the sheets for instant reference and a CD with all the sheets organised to be printed easily on demand. 250 assessment and graded exercise sheets are available covering the following aspects:

    Oromotor skills: an initial oromotor assessment; exercises in a clear format, with illustrations, to enable clients to work independently or with carers, with recording sheets.

    Voice and breathing: assessment and exercise sheets, including relaxation, voice, breathing, intonation, resonance and pitch, with illustrations and diagrams.

    Articulation sheets: Speech sounds, including consonant clusters, multi-syllabic words and tongue twisters.

    Assessment of communication skills: a range of language assessments and screens.

    Communication questionnaire and handouts: a personal communication history, handouts to raise client awareness of difficulties, together with a large number of handouts for both clients and carers in relation to a wide range of communication disorders, including strategies and tips.

    AAC: a screening tool; coloured and printable 'yes/no' cards and an extensive range of alphabet charts for both direct and indirect access.

     

    Graded sheets:

    Where different formatting is available this is indicated by the following colours:

    Large font, slightly fewer exercises

    Medium font, a range of exercises

    Small font, slightly more exercises

     

    About the Author

    Fiona Sugden-Best qualified as a speech and language therapist from City University in 1988, where she returned to do her MSc in Communication Disorders in 1993. Initially, she worked in a general position for Newham Health Authority, before working at The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability for seven-and-half years, managing predominately a progressive neurological client group and providing cover on the rehabilitation wards, including minimally responsive. She has also worked as Senior Speech & Language Therapist for Neurosciences at The Royal London & Barts NHS Trust, as adult team co-ordinator for Redbridge Healthcare, covering a domiciliary caseload and as Head of Speech and Language Therapy at The Children’s Trust. She is currently Head of SLT and Dietetics for Surrey and Sussex Health Care NHS Trust, she clinically covers a group of residential nursing and adults with learning disability homes for an independent provider, together with providing a private therapeutic service to clients with both voice and acquired disorders. She has always been actively involved in educating others, including speech and language therapists.


     


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