Assessment in Speech-Language Pathology A Resource Manual

ISBN-10: 1879105993

ISBN-13: 9781879105997

Edition: 2004

Authors: Kenneth G. Shipley, Julie G. McAfee

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List price: $45.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 448
Weight: 2.310
Language: English

Tablesp. xi
Formsp. xii
Figuresp. xiii
Prefacep. xv
About the Authorsp. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xix
Preparatory Considerationsp. 1
Foundations of Assessmentp. 3
Overview of Assessmentp. 4
Psychometric Principlesp. 5
Validityp. 5
Reliabilityp. 6
Standardizationp. 7
Assessment Methodsp. 7
Norm-Referenced Testsp. 7
Criterion-Referenced Testsp. 9
Authentic Assessment Approachp. 10
Code of Fair Testing Practices in Educationp. 12
Concluding Commentsp. 14
Sources of Additional Informationp. 14
Chapter 1 Formsp. 15
Multicultural Considerationsp. 19
Preassessment Knowledgep. 20
Know the Culture of the Clientp. 20
Know the History of the Clientp. 23
Know the Normal Communicative Patterns of the Client's Dominant Languagep. 23
Normal Patterns of Second Language Acquisitionp. 24
Planning and Completing the Assessmentp. 25
Making a Diagnosisp. 27
Working with Interpretersp. 28
Concluding Commentsp. 29
Sources of Additional Informationp. 30
Chapter 2 Formsp. 31
Speech and Language Characteristics of African American Englishp. 38
Speech and Language Characteristics of Spanishp. 44
Speech and Language Characteristics of Asian Languagesp. 53
Obtaining, Interpreting, and Reporting Assessment Informationp. 55
Obtaining Preassessment Informationp. 57
Written Case Historiesp. 58
Allergy Awarenessp. 59
Information-Getting Interviewsp. 59
Questions Common to Various Communicative Disordersp. 60
Questions Common to Specific Communicative Disordersp. 61
Information from Other Professionalsp. 64
Concluding Commentsp. 65
Sources of Additional Informationp. 66
Chapter 3 Formsp. 67
Sample Release of Informationp. 79
Sample Request for Informationp. 80
Sample Referral for Medical Evaluationp. 81
Evaluating Preassessment Informationp. 82
Speech, Language, and Motor Developmentp. 83
Medical Conditions Associated with Communicative Disordersp. 90
Syndromes Associated with Communicative Disordersp. 101
Standard Medical Abbreviationsp. 115
Concluding Commentsp. 117
Sources of Additional Informationp. 117
Reporting Assessment Findingsp. 119
Information-Giving Interviewsp. 120
Illustrations to Use When Conveying Informationp. 121
Writing Assessment Reportsp. 124
Clinical Correspondencep. 127
Writing SOAP Notesp. 127
Concluding Commentsp. 128
Sources of Additional Informationp. 129
Three Sample Clinical Reportsp. 130
Sample Release of Information Formp. 140
Three Sample Clinical Correspondencesp. 141
Resources for Assessing Communicative Disordersp. 147
Assessment Procedures Common to Most Communicative Disordersp. 149
Oral-Facial Examinationp. 150
Interpreting the Oral-Facial Examinationp. 150
Assessing Diadochokinetic Syllable Ratesp. 152
Speech and Language Samplingp. 152
Conversation Starters for Eliciting a Speech-Language Samplep. 153
Picturesp. 154
Narratives with Picturesp. 159
Evaluating Rate of Speechp. 168
Determining Speech Ratep. 168
Determining Intelligibilityp. 169
Syllable-by-Syllable Stimulus Phrasesp. 170
Reading Passagesp. 174
Chartingp. 183
Concluding Commentsp. 184
Sources of Additional Informationp. 184
Chapter 6 Formsp. 186
Assessment of Articulation and Phonological Disordersp. 196
Overview of Assessmentp. 197
Screeningp. 198
Formal Testsp. 199
Speech Samplingp. 200
Identifying Sound Errorsp. 200
Stimulabilityp. 201
Assessing Stimulability of Consonantsp. 201
Developmental Norms for Phonemes and Blendsp. 207
Frequencies of Occurrence of Consonantsp. 211
Descriptive Features of Phonemesp. 212
Distinctive Features of Consonantsp. 213
Phonological Processesp. 214
Concluding Commentsp. 219
Sources of Additional Informationp. 219
Chapter 7 Formsp. 220
Assessment of Languagep. 228
Overview of Assessmentp. 229
Assessment Approachesp. 230
Components of Languagep. 231
Language Disorder Categoriesp. 231
Screeningp. 232
Assessment of Early Language Developmentp. 232
Piaget's Stages of Early Cognitive Developmentp. 236
Late Talker vs. Language Disorderedp. 239
Formal Language Testingp. 239
Informal Assessmentp. 242
Language Sampling and Analysisp. 243
Determining the Mean Length of Utterancep. 244
Assessment of Pragmatic Skillsp. 247
Assessment of Semantic Skillsp. 247
Determining the Type-Token Ratiop. 249
Assessment of Syntactic Skillsp. 249
Assessment of Morphologic Skillsp. 252
Making a Diagnosisp. 253
Concluding Commentsp. 254
Sources of Additional Informationp. 254
Chapter 8 Formsp. 256
Assessment of Fluencyp. 287
Overview of Assessmentp. 289
Speech Samplingp. 289
Evaluating the Speech Samplep. 290
Descriptions of Dysfluenciesp. 290
Dysfluency Indexesp. 291
Associated Motor Behaviorsp. 292
Physiological Factorsp. 293
Speech Ratep. 293
Assessing Feelings and Attitudesp. 293
Parental Concernp. 294
Avoidance and Expectancyp. 294
Criteria for Diagnosing Stutteringp. 295
Estimating Severityp. 297
Stimulabilityp. 297
Clutteringp. 298
Assessmentp. 298
Stimulabilityp. 300
Concluding Commentsp. 300
Sources of Additional Informationp. 300
Chapter 9 Formsp. 302
Assessment of Voice and Resonancep. 315
Overview of Assessmentp. 316
Screeningp. 317
Need for Medical Evaluationp. 319
Examining the Voicep. 319
Assessment Instrumentationp. 320
Normal Fundamental Frequenciesp. 320
Assessing Breathing and Breath Supportp. 322
The S/Z Ratiop. 323
Assessing Resonancep. 324
Hypernasalityp. 325
Assimilation Nasalityp. 325
Hyponasalityp. 326
Assessing Velopharyngeal Functionp. 326
The Pressure Consonantsp. 326
The Modified Tongue Anchor Procedurep. 328
Stimulabilityp. 328
Concluding Commentsp. 328
Sources of Additional Informationp. 329
Chapter 10 Formsp. 330
Assessment of Neurologically Based Communicative Disordersp. 335
Overview of Assessmentp. 336
The Cranial Nervesp. 338
Differential Characteristics of Dysarthria and Apraxiap. 338
Assessment of Dysarthriap. 340
Assessment of Apraxiap. 342
Developmental Apraxia of Speechp. 344
Assessment of Aphasiap. 344
Assessment of Right Hemisphere Syndromep. 348
Assessment of Clients with Traumatic Brain Injuryp. 350
Assessment of Clients with Dementiap. 354
Concluding Commentsp. 357
Sources of Additional Informationp. 357
Chapter 11 Formsp. 361
Assessment of Dysphagiap. 397
Overview of Assessmentp. 398
Overview of a Normal Swallowp. 399
Bedside Assessment of Dysphagiap. 399
Administration and Interpretationp. 400
Videofluoroscopy and Videoendoscopyp. 402
Videofluoroscopyp. 402
Videoendoscopyp. 402
Bedside Assessment of the Tracheostomized Clientp. 403
The Blue-Dye Testp. 404
Concluding Commentsp. 404
Sources of Additional Informationp. 405
Chapter 12 Formp. 406
Assessment of Four Special Populationsp. 410
Overview of Assessmentp. 411
Assessment of Clients with Autism Spectrum Disorderp. 413
Characteristics of the Five Autism Spectrum Disordersp. 413
Early Indicators of Autism Spectrum Disorderp. 414
Assessment and Diagnosisp. 418
Assessment for Augmentative or Alternative Communication (AAC)p. 421
Assessing Sensory and Motor Capabilitiesp. 422
Assessing Language and Cognitive Skillsp. 423
Determining the Most Appropriate AAC Systemp. 424
Assessment of Laryngectomeesp. 425
Alaryngeal Communication Optionsp. 427
Assessment of Clients with Cleft Lip or Palatep. 430
Assessing Speech and Resonancep. 432
Concluding Commentsp. 434
Sources of Additional Informationp. 434
Chapter 13 Formsp. 437
Assessment of Hearingp. 459
Types of Hearing Lossesp. 460
Conductive Hearing Lossp. 460
Sensorineural Hearing Lossp. 460
Mixed Hearing Lossp. 461
Central Auditory Disorderp. 461
Retrocochlear Pathologyp. 461
Standard Classification of Hearing Loss and the Effects on Communicative Developmentp. 461
Screeningp. 463
Interpreting Audiograms and Tympanogramsp. 463
Audiogramsp. 463
Tympanogramsp. 468
Speech Audiometryp. 471
Environmental Noise Levelsp. 471
Hearing Aidsp. 473
Troubleshooting Hearing Aid Problemsp. 473
Cochlear Implantsp. 475
Vibrotactile Aidsp. 475
Concluding Commentsp. 476
Sources of Additional Informationp. 476
Chapter 14 Formp. 477
Glossaryp. 479
Referencesp. 491
Indexp. 501
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