The second edition of Eliciting Sounds: Techniques and Strategies for Clinicians is a quick, easy-to-use compendium of techniques for immediately evoking any phoneme targeted for remediation. The second edition of this classic resource continues to provide the most clinically relevant information in a compact, accessible format. No clinical speech-language pathologist should ever be without Eliciting Sounds. 198 pages. 6" x 9". Softcover. Spiral-bound.
Brief Overview of Eliciting Sounds (Special Features):
- Introductory chapter provides background information, a summary of commonly used methods for eliciting sounds, and a clear overview of the book's organization and purpose.
- Extensive information on consonant sounds, including:
- Place/manner/voicing features for each consonant sound
- Specific descriptions of how to produce each consonant phoneme
- Common errors encountered by clinicians
- Practical and easy-to-use phonetic placement techniques
- Summary of specific moto-kinesthetic stimulations for each consonant
- Practical and varied list of sound approximation techniques
- Overview of the articulatory characteristics of vowels and diphthongs, including:
- Common errors
- Strategies for production
- Descriptions of production
- Summary of moto-kinesthetic stimulations
- The most extensive and thorough chapter ever on the many variations of R including both prevocalic R, consonant R, and postvocalic R (vowel R); more than 30 pages of coverage describing the science to practice issues that relate specifically these problematic sounds.
- Three new appendices including: (1) Appendix A: Procedures for Assessing Speech-Sound Stimulability, (2) Appendix B: Quick Screens for Evaluating Articulation Consistency, and (3) Appendix C: An Elicitation Strategy for Clients Who Lisp. The appendices provide first-of-its-kind, practical support strategies that appear nowhere else. They are effective supplemental tools that will help all clinicians save time and help children reach their goals better than ever before.
- Over 85 new diagrams of tongue positions for each phoneme along with other illustrations that show characteristics of speech sound production.