Supporting Students with Communication Disorders. A Collaborative Approach: A Resource for Speech-Language Pathologists, Parents and Educators (Paperback)

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Supporting Students with Communication Disorders. A Collaborative Approach: A Resource for Speech-Language Pathologists, Parents and Educators (Paperback)

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Ms. Eannace has brilliantly combined communication and educational theory, research, and best practice with relevant personal accounts and demonstrative student case studies to explain the best method of support for students with communication disorders. She is masterful in illustrating the pragmatic application of assessment and intervention processes. This illustration will enable parents, educators, and speech-language pathologists to meaningfully facilitate students' communication and academic success. The collaborative model, as the foundation for achieving students' success, is explained in detail. Ms. Eannace methodically educates and explains in concrete terms how parents, as active members of their children's educational teams, can successfully navigate the ever-changing school environment.

This book is a must read for any parent with a child who presents with a language disorder, a speech disorder, autism spectrum disorder, Asperger's syndrome, a behavior disorder, an emotional disturbance, a hearing impairment, learning disability and/or any other condition or disorder in which communication success is impacted. In addition, this book is a must read for educators, school personnel and speech-language pathologists. It provides a concise blueprint that outlines best practice when supporting students with communication disorders. This book provides parents, educators, and speech-language pathologists necessary tools to efficiently navigate the dynamic school system facilitating students' communication and academic success and active engagement within total school environments. The principles of: one-size-never-fits-all, best practice is situational and all behavior is communication are examined throughout the book.
Mary E. Eannace is a highly respected licensed speech-language pathologist, autism, and educational consultant with extensive and diverse experience. Ms. Eannace practiced for thirty-five years within dynamic school settings, serving students with diverse communication disorders. She is currently engaged in private practice as a communication, autism, and educational consultant. She has presented numerous seminars, training programs and consultations to school districts, special education cooperatives, professional organizations, and parent groups on various topics. Ms. Eannace previously served as an adjunct professor at St. Xavier University in Chicago, Illinois and Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois.

In addition to a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology, Ms. Eannace has a Master's Degree in Educational Administration and Supervision. She holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association and the following Illinois Teaching Certificates: Speech-Language Pathology (preschool through secondary teaching), Type 75 Administrative Certificate and Director of Special Education.
Product Details ISBN: 9781667831206
ISBN-10: 1667831208
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication Date: May 5th, 2022
Pages: 298
Language: English