Difficulties in communication are one of the most distressing disabilities in an otherwise normal child, and their impact can last through their education, adolescence and adult life. This book addresses the practical issues from a background of the underlying neurophysiological mechanics that cause communication problems. It deals with clinical presentations, surveillance management and outcomes in terms which health care professionals will recognize as being relevant to their needs. In drawing from experience in both the USA and UK, it presents a concise but comprehensive manual for all GPs, paediatricians, health visitors, nurses and therapists.A Practical Guide James Law, Alison Parkinson, Rashmin Tamhne. investigations 86 language and communication impairment 191-2 MMR vaccine 75 prevalence 33a4 screening 16, 70, 75 social ... also traumatic brain injury brainstem auditory evoked response (BAER) 210 breastfeeding 40, 82a3 Brigance Screens 64 bulbar problems 221, ... and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders, connection between 182-3 implications for service delivery 212a13 risk factors 207-9 centralanbsp;...
|Title||:||Communication Difficulties in Childhood|
|Author||:||James Law, Alison Parkinson, Rashmin Tamhne|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2000|