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Models of practice used in speech-language pathologists work with families / Nicole Watts Pappas, Sharynne McLeod, and Lindy McAllister.
Speech-language pathologists' and other allied health professionals' perceptions of working with parents and families / Nicole Watts Pappas and Sharynne McLeod.
Parents' perceptions of their involvement in pediatric allied health intervention / Nicole Watts Pappas and Sharynne McLeod.
Working with families of young children with communication and language impairments: identification and assessment / Elizabeth R. Crais.
Working with families of young children with communication and language impairments: intervention / Luigi Girolametto and Elaine Weitzman.
Working with families of children who stutter / Ann Packman and Marilyn Langevin.
Working with families of children with speech impairment / Nicole Watts Pappas and Sharynne McLeod.
Working with families of children who use AAC / Julie Marshall and Juliet Goldbart.
Working with families of children with dysphagia: an interdisciplinary approach / Bernice A. Mathisen.
Working with families of children with hearing loss / Alice Eriks-Brophy.
Working with families to facilitate emergent literacy skills in young children with language impairment / A. Lynn Williams and Martha J. Coutinho. This title links research to clinical practice with studies of parents' perceptions of their involvement in their child's intervention. It features a series of chapters covering the evidence base of effectiveness of parent and family involvement in different areas of SPL clinical practice.