From the Back Cover
This second edition of Speech and Language
: Clinical Processand Practice incorporates a wealth of new information andup–to–date terminology to take account of the numerous changes thatare taking place in the way speech and language therapists work.Standards of service delivery and clinical competencies necessaryfor practice are now more firmly established while the registrationof the profession under the auspices of the Health ProfessionsCouncil has led to clearer specifications of the knowledge, skillsand attitudes required of the practicing clinician.
Retaining the traditional concepts that underpin decisionmaking, planning and choice of activities this authoritative textdiscusses the philosophies that underlie the choice of workingpractices and will prove an invaluable aid to those with aprofessional interest in speech and language therapy.
About the Author
, Speech and Language Sciences Group, Leeds Metropolitan University and Celia Todd
, Speech and Language Therapist, Trecare, NHS Trust, formerly of Leeds Metropolitan University.