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Εκδόσεις Γλαύκη

Ν. Φωκά 20 Χανιά, Κρήτη

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Developmental Phonological Disorders

( Κωδικός: W850559 )


Developmental phonological disorders are a group of language disorders that affect children’s ability to develop speech that is easily understood by the time they are four years old because the sound patterns of language are disrupted. The good news is that the disorders can be successfully treated by speech-language therapists. This guide shows how important the role of parents and teachers are in the treatment process. It has been written in clear and accessible style and describes:
how and when speech sounds are acquired;
how and why children make errors;
how errors can be understood as part of the child’s overall development of speech and language.
The second part displays how the treatment program works. The program itself is set out clearly and simply, with easy-to-follow explanations of terms such as metalinguistic training, auditory bombardment, modelling and labelled praise. A special feature of this section addresses the questions that parents commonly ask.