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Finding My Voice: Youth With Speech Impairment (Youth With Special Needs) download ebook

by Joyce Libal

Finding My Voice: Youth With Speech Impairment (Youth With Special Needs) download ebook
ISBN:
1590847385
ISBN13:
978-1590847381
Author:
Joyce Libal
Publisher:
Mason Crest Publishers (January 1, 2004)
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4.1

Finding My Voice book.

Finding My Voice book.

Provides direction for dealing with speech impairments and offers therapy options.

Speech impairment is a common challenge among youth.

Finding My Voice: Youth With Speech Impairment (Youth With Special Needs). The Journey toward Recovery is one of at least 15 books in the Youth with Special Needs series by Mason Crest Publishers

Finding My Voice: Youth With Speech Impairment (Youth With Special Needs). The Journey toward Recovery is one of at least 15 books in the Youth with Special Needs series by Mason Crest Publishers. As the publisher writes, "This series provides a unique forum for demystifying a wide variety of childhood medical and developmental disabilities. Written to captivate an adolescent audience, the books bring to life the challenges and triumphs experienced by children with common chronic conditions.

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Tom Miller looks at social skills development for students with visual impairment, including analyzing and adapting teaching activities so students can learn social skills in an equivalent way to their peers. So the social skills of the child with visual impairment are still going to follow that progression and we need to be conscious of that.

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By combining factual information with fictional stories, these books bring to life the struggles, challenges, and triumphs of youth with special needs, providing an education of the heart as well as the mind.

Speech impairment is a common challenge among youth. Unfortunately, it is a challenge that, despite its frequency, can cause severe emotional and social distress for those who experience it. Stigma and prejudice can present particularly difficult emotional trials and social roadblocks to youth with speech impairments. All too often, these young people are assumed to be less capable, immature, or even unintelligent because of their communication barriers. Education is the key to dissolving the common assumptions and prejudices held against those with speech impairments. Fortunately more and more people are learning that speech impairments do not mean these children are less intelligent or less capable than others. Today many doctors, teachers, and organizations are committed to educating the public about speech impairment. They are helping youth with these conditions break down their communication barriers and reach their full potential. In Finding My Voice: Youth with Speech Impairments, you will learn about different types of speech impairments and about speech therapy. Along the way you will meet David, a boy who struggles with stuttering, and Martha who conquers problems with articulation. As David and Martha navigate the many challenges speech impairments pose, you will learn about the struggles, fears, joys, disappointments, and triumphs they meet while on their journeys.