Speech Sound Disorders: For Classroom and Clinic - Fifth Edition

Ken M. Bleile
SKU: P905
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Ken M. Bleile

Details: 495 pages, B&W, Softcover, 7" x 10"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-662-4

Publication Date: 1/11/2023

With three new chapters and updates throughout, Speech Sound Disorders: For Class and Clinic, Fifth Edition offers a readable and practical guide on the care of speech sound disorders. It emphasizes evidence-based principles and procedures that underlie almost all clinical approaches, making this an ideal textbook for a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate courses. The text is divided into four parts: Foundations, Speech Development, Assessment, and Treatment. Contributors supporting Ken E. Bleile’s longstanding text include Todd A. Bohnenkamp, Jaimie L. Gilbert, Samantha Ehler, Lindsey R. Squires, Blair M. Voigt, Carlin Hageman, and Evette Edmister.

Key Features

  • Each chapter begins with learning objectives and key words, and ends with conclusions and review questions
  • Readable and practical discussions of complex clinical topics
  • Coverage of speech sound disorders from infants through adults
  • Clear link between speech development and clinical decision making
  • Emphasis on underlying principles and procedures

New to the Fifth Edition

  • Three new chapters!
    • Treatment Approaches by Blair M. Voigt 
      • Motor Learning by Carlin Hageman
      • Late Sounds en Español by Lindsey R. Squires
    • Updated developmental speech milestones incorporate the latest information from multiple languages

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For Instructors:

  • PowerPoint slides with non-copyrighted pictures covering the main ideas in chapters
  • A test bank with 200 objective questions with answers
  • Answers for the exercises in the “learn by doing” chapters

For Students:

  • Recordings that summarize main ideas in all the chapters written by the author
  • Note helpers for chapters and recordings by the author
  • Every recording concludes with 10 review questions of main ideas in the chapter

Assessment Resources:

  • Questions to help assess social impact of communication
  • Procedures to measure severity and intelligibility
  • Lists of developmental milestones from infants through students
  • Tools for informal speech assessments from toddlers through students
  • A Selection of published tests

Treatment Resources:

  • A 20-minute audio presentation on motor learning
  • 15 brief narrated treatment videos of children with speech sound disorders
  • Descriptions and demonstrations to help teach every consonant
  • Over 100 phonetic placement and shaping exercises
  • Hundreds of activities for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and students to promote speech during play, in daily life and school, in reading, and in language