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Making Sense of Interventions for Children with Developmental Disorders: A Guide for Parents and Professionals

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In this book, aimed at both parents and professionals, the authors discuss the non-evidence-based interventions that proliferate in the fields of children’s speech, language, literacy, fluency, voice, communication, attention, cognition, working memory, behaviour and social connectedness. They explore the science – or lack thereof – behind the interventions and suggest evi ...more
Kindle Edition, 386 pages
Published March 30th 2017 by J & R Press
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Although this book is relevant to my career (as a speech pathologist), I did not read it for work. Instead, I read it for entertainment. And it was indeed very entertaining! I do feel like I learned a lot from this book and it got me thinking a lot about whether my own clinical choices are the best evidence-based choices I can make or whether I need to make some changes, big or small. It also got me thinking more about evidence-based teaching, which is something I think about A LOT already (sinc ...more
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