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Supporting Children with Communication Problems: Sharing the workload

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This book, written by Janet Wright and Myra Kersner is about the ways in which teachers and speech and language therapists work together with children who have communication problems in mainstream schools, special units and special schools. It explores the issues that have influenced these working relationships and why children with communication problems may benefit from a professional partnership of teacher and therapist. For the first time information is brought together about current practice in educational settings with reference to current literature both from this country and abroad. The book also includes strategies for the development of working relationships. Speech and language therapists and teachers as well as speech and language therapy students and students teachers will welcome this practical text.

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This book, appropriately subtitled ‘Sharing the Load’, and written by Janet Wright and Myra Kersner, is about the ways in which teachers and speech and language therapists work together with children who have communication problems in mainstream schools, special units and special schools. It explores the issues that have influenced these working relationships and why children with communication problems may benefit from a professional partnership of teacher and therapist. For the first time information is brought together about current practice in educational settings with reference to current literature both from this country and abroad. The book also includes strategies for the development of working relationships. Speech and language therapists and teachers as well as speech and language therapy students and students teachers will welcome this practical text.

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