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references. Subject Category: Hearing. Descriptors: Hearing Loss Surgery. Hearing Loss Correction. Hearing Therapy. Middle Ear Surgery. Mstoidectomy. Endoscopy. Otology.

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Language and Children With Auditory Impairments.

Author(s): Reed, V. A. Source: In: An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders, Third Edition. Boston, MA. Allyn & Bacon. 2004. [p.]. Availability: Available from Allyn, Beacon/Longman. 75 Arlington Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 02116. 617-848-7210. Web site: www.ablongman.com. PRICE: $74.67 plus shipping and handling. ISBN: 0-205-42042-7. Language: English. Abstract: This chapter from the third edition of An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders describes current knowledge and understanding about the relationship between hearing loss and language disorder. Students who have reviewed this chapter should be able to discuss the different types of auditory impairments, including peripheral hearing loss, central auditory processing disorder, and auditory neuropathy; the impact of sensorineural hearing impairment and conductive hearing impairment on receptive and expressive speech language; language skills of children with auditory impairments in relation to intervention implications, academic achievement, and communication choices; and types of assistive devices options for hearing-impaired children, like hearing aids, cochlear implants, and FM aids. Subject Category: Language. Speech. Hearing. Descriptors: Childhood Language Disorders. Adolescents With Language Disorders. Speech Impairment. Learning Disabilities. Autism. Acquired Language Disorders. Augmentative Communication. Alternative Communication. Speech-Language Pathology. Auditory Impairments. Language Skills development.

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Language and Children With Autism.

Author(s): Reed, V. A. Source: In: An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders, Third Edition. Boston, MA. Allyn & Bacon. 2004. [p.]253-75. Availability: Available from Allyn, Beacon/Longman. 75 Arlington Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 02116. 617-848-7210. Web site: www.ablongman.com. PRICE: $74.67 plus shipping and handling. ISBN: 0-205-42042-7. Language: English. Abstract: This chapter from the third edition of An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders covers key issues related to language problems in children with autism. Students who have studied this chapter should be able to define autism, as well as other etiological categories with which autism overlaps; discuss general characteristics of the language of children with autism; and discuss principles of language intervention for children with autism. Subject Category: Language. Speech. Hearing. Descriptors: Childhood Language Disorders. Adolescents With Language Disorders. Speech Impairment. Learning Disabilities. Autism. Acquired Language Disorders. Augmentative Communication. Alternative Communication. Speech-Language Pathology. Auditory Impairments. Language Skills development.

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Children With Acquired Language Disorders.

Author(s): Reed, V. A. Source: In: An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders, Third Edition. Boston, MA. Allyn & Bacon. 2004. [p.]335-55. Availability: Available from Allyn, Beacon/Longman. 75 Arlington Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 02116. 617-848-7210. Web site: www.ablongman.com. PRICE: $74.67 plus shipping and handling. ISBN: 0-205-42042-7. Language: English. Abstract: This chapter from the third edition of An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders discusses circumstances unique to children who had the experience of language prior to developing a language disability, usually as a result of brain injury. Students who have reviewed this chapter should be able to discuss definitions and etiologies of acquired aphasia in children; basic concepts of language recovery in children as a function of physiological restitution and normal language development; general characteristics of the language of children with acquired aphasia;

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and principles of language assessment and intervention for children with acquired aphasia. Subject Category: Language. Speech. Hearing. Descriptors: Childhood Language Disorders. Adolescents With Language Disorders. Speech Impairment. Learning Disabilities. Autism. Acquired Language Disorders. Augmentative Communication. Alternative Communication. Speech-Language Pathology. Auditory Impairments. Language Skills development.

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Language and Augmentative and Alternative Communication.

Author(s): Reed, V. A. Source: In: An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders, Third Edition. Boston, MA. Allyn & Bacon. 2004. [p.]384-403. Availability: Available from Allyn, Beacon/Longman. 75 Arlington Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 02116. 617-848-7210. Web site: www.ablongman.com. PRICE: $74.67 plus shipping and handling. ISBN: 0-205-42042-7. Language: English. Abstract: In this chapter from the third edition of An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders the author examines the probability for augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in children, why this may occur, and considerations in implementing AAC systems with these children. The chapter also covers the role of AAC in challenging behavior of children and reviews some of the principles of AAC assessment. Students should acquire enough knowledge from this chapter to be able to discuss the role of AAC in the management of children's challenging behavior; for which children would AAC be appropriate; issues related to AAC and language development; types of AAC systems that may be appropriate for children with language impairment; and other factors relevant to AAC. Subject Category: Language. Speech. Hearing. Descriptors: Childhood Language Disorders. Adolescents With Language Disorders. Speech Impairment. Learning Disabilities. Autism. Acquired Language Disorders. Augmentative Communication. Alternative Communication. Speech-Language Pathology. Auditory Impairments. Language Skills development.

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Toddlers and Preschoolers With Specific Language

Impairment.

Author(s): Reed, V. A. Source: In: An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders, Third Edition. Boston, MA. Allyn & Bacon. 2004. [p.] 75-131. Availability: Available from Allyn, Beacon/Longman. 75 Arlington Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 02116. 617-848-7210. Web site: www.ablongman.com. PRICE: $74.67 plus shipping and handling. ISBN: 0-205-42042-7. Language: English. Abstract: This chapter from the third edition of An Introduction to Children with Language Disorders discusses toddlers and preschool children who have language problems but exhibit none of the clearly identifiable reason like those discussed in the book, such as intellectual disability, autism, hearing impairment, or acquired language impairment. In each circumstance discussed in this chapter, the children seem normal, except for lacking language skills equal to that of their peer group. The authors use the term 'specific language impairment' (SLI) to describe this condition. The chapter covers prevalence data for preschool children who have these disabilities, ways to identify children with SLI, predicting who would outgrow early language problems, and intervention implications. In addition, the authors discuss language characteristics specific to these children and offer considerations for assessment and interventions. Subject Category: Language. Speech. Hearing. Descriptors: Childhood Language Disorders. Adolescents With Language Disorders. Speech Impairment. Learning Disabilities. Autism. Acquired Language Disorders. Augmentative Communication. Alternative Communication. Speech-Language Pathology. Auditory Impairments. Language Skills development.

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An Introduction to Children With Language Disorders, Third

Edition.

Author(s): Reed, V. A. Source: Boston, MA. Allyn & Bacon. 2004. 576p. Availability: Available from Allyn, Beacon/Longman. 75 Arlington Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 02116. 617-848-7210. Web site:

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