We take pleasure in sending information about three of our books covering swallowing disorders.
We bring you the third edition of Clinical Management of Swallowing Disorders, a core textbook that addresses the needs of trainees and practicing clinicians treating swallowing disorders in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes and in private outpatient clinics.
Dysphagia in Rare Conditions, based on the editors’ and contributors’ knowledge of conditions and expected swallowing signs and treatments, effectively synthesizes the available information to provide essentials needed to help perform sophisticated assessments.
Extraesophageal Reflux is a unique book that presents best evidence and practices from experts in the fields of gastroenterology, allergy, otolaryngology, surgery and pulmonology to best understand the current clinical challenges in this field and to help all subspecialties that interact with this group of patients.
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Voice Disorders was described in Doody’s as “… an exceptionally informative book…. An excellent resource of current information on the assessment and management of patients with dysphonia… A must read for graduate students in speech-language pathology.” this book captures the science and art of clinical voice.
Supplemented by numerous case studies and illuminated with video examples on a free accompanying DVD, this text is a global bestseller. Find out why; Please read on for more information and order your desk copy right now.
The April issue of Plural Community is here! In this issue you can:
– enter to win a copy of Clinical Management of Swallowing, Third Edition
– check out our new releases like Choral Pedagogy and the Older Singer
– read a great article by Linda I. Rosa-Lugo, Forin M. Mihai, and Joyce W. Nutta on language and literacy development for English learners with communication disordess
– see Plural’s upcoming events
– and more!
Check it out here: Plural Community – April 2012
Janice Chapman’s Singing and Teaching Singing: A Holistic Approach to Classical Voice was an instant hit with instructors and singing teachers alike.
Now, we are pleased to bring you details of her new, revised, expanded and updated second edition. Make sure your copy is up to date; and if you are not using, order your copy to find out why everyone else is!
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When it comes to great books on Aphasia, Plural’s got you covered! We offer a multitude of titles on aphasia, one of which is the Aphasia Couples Therapy Workbook, by Larry Boles, CCC-SLP.
The Aphasia Couples Therapy Workbook helps you to empower your clients and their caregivers in becoming practically involved in improving everyday life during and after therapy. Geared toward the couple the workbook provides an easy-to-use, practical continuation of therapy, arranged in a functional format to cover everyday activities in a format easily accessible to clients and their spouses or caregivers. Click her for more info and similar titles!
Developed through work with a diverse range of clients, Nola Radford’s Smooth Talking presents a comprehensive multimedia program for the treatment of school-age children.
Included are a Clinician Manual; a Student Workbook, with games, stories and more; an audio CD containing a listening/cognitive retraining message; and a DVD that demonstrates the curriculum. Click here for more details and to order your copy today!
Language and Literacy Development: An Interdisciplinary Focus on English Learners with Communication disorders by Linda I. Rosa-Lugo, Florin Mihai, and Joyce Nutta, was just published!
This new book shows how the disciplines of speech-language pathology and English as a second language view and incorporate the roles of professionals in working with English Learners. Few resources have directly and intentionally addressed the merging of the two disciplines – speech-language pathology and English as a second language, in effecting change in language and literacy.
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Plural has great new clinical references for the voice clinic team! One of which is Respiratory Muscle Strength Training by Christine Sapienza, PhD, and Michelle Troche, PhD.
Respiratory muscle strength training programs are increasingly used in clinic, but too little is known of the specific parameters that can be manipulated to change training effects, as well as studying issues of training length and the consequences of detraining.
Christine Sapienza and Michelle Troche detail all you and your therapy team needs to know about the topic, supported by illuminating illustrations, and demonstrations of the step-by-step processes on how to manipulate the device and finish training. Additionally, details are given of the various devices on the market. Pocket-sized and designed as a daily ‘dip-in’ reference, this is the only book available on the topic.
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This week two new books came into the warehouse! First we have Evidence-Based Practice in Audiology: Evaluating Interventions for Children and Adults with Hearing Impairment by Lena Wong, PhD, and Louise Hickson, PhD. Also released this week is Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Hearing Devices by Michael J. Ruckenstein, MD.
Be sure to check them out and order your copies today!
Incredibly, in spite of the literature published in learned journals, there is no book which focuses specifically on the debilitating speech, cognitive-linguistic, and swallowing disorders associated with Parkinson.
In Communication and Swallowing in Parkinson Disease, the editors have condensed and organized this information into an accessible format in order to provide a comprehensive understanding of these disorders and their management. Click here for more information, similar titles, and to order your copies today!