Beaumont Series in Speech and Language Pathology
Series Editors: Alex Johnson, MGH Institute of Health Professions; Michael Rolnick, William Beaumont Hospital
The William Beaumont Hospital Series in Speech and Language Pathology publishes materials that advance the understanding and treatment of children and adults with speech, voice, language, and cognitive impairments. The materials in the series provide professionals with practical applications in clinical, rehabilitation, and educational environments based on innovative and proven methods of intervention.
Breaking Silence Through Poetry
The engaging autobiographical account of a poet-in-residence at a psychiatric hospital who helps a silent young man regain his speaking voice through writing poetry.
The Sourcebook for Receptive and Expressive Language Functioning is a new volume based on two previous Sourcebook volumes and offers exercises for speech and language rehabilitation.
Exercises for the Development of Higher Level Language Functioning
An indispensable tool for clinicians and users that has been fully updated and reformatted in a user-friendly manner.
A practical, dynamic new approach to diagnosing and treating developmental apraxia of speech in children.
A Victim Reflects on Rehabilitative Medicine
Fred Johnson gives a detailed account of his stroke—a rare, right hemisphere rupture at the age of thirty-six—and his subsequent rehabilitation.