Exercises for Voice Therapy, Third Edition

Author: Alison Behrman

Publisher: Plural Publishing


Category: Medical

Page: 289

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Exercises for Voice Therapy, Third Edition contains 84 exercises contributed from 55 clinicians to assist speech-language pathologists in developing treatment plans and session materials for children and adults with all types of voice disorders. The exercises provide step-by-step instruction of varied difficulty levels. Some are suitable for novice voice clinicians, whereas others require a greater depth of experience to be used most effectively. Similarly, voice clients will find some exercises more challenging than others. Each chapter focuses on a particular topic or parameter of the voice production system that may need to be addressed. The exercises can be used in a variety of ways, depending on the personal approach of each clinician and the needs of the individual client. Some of the exercises offer a basic framework for building an entire session, whereas others may fulfill a more specific need within a broader framework. Each exercise is presented in a consistent format for easy integration into speech-language pathologists’ therapy sessions. New to the Third Edition: *17 new exercises with 8 new contributors (for a total of 84 exercises from 55 contributors). *A new chapter on Counseling in Voice Therapy, containing four new exercises from three new contributors who are experts in the field of counseling. *A new chapter on Adherence and Generalization, addressing two significant and common problems in voice therapy, including three new exercises and a new contributor. *An enhanced chapter on Pediatric Voice Therapy, including three new exercises and two new contributors. *A reorganized chapter on Optimizing Speech Breathing, divided into exercises that focus only on breathing and those that incorporate voice production, to help the clinician select the most appropriate exercises for a given client. *An expanded and reorganized chapter on Special Cases, with chapter sections specifically targeting transgender clients, paradoxical vocal fold motion, client voice problems arising from motor speech disorders, as well as other special populations. Disclaimer: Please note that ancillary content (such as documents, audio, and video, etc.) may not be included as published in the original print version of this book.

The Accent Method

A Rational Voice Therapy in Theory & Practice

Author: Kirsten Thyme



Category: Speech therapy

Page: 176

View: 343

This accessible manual outlines the Accent Method technique.It offers an effective and rational voice treatment with measurable results in the shortest possible time.It is based on a sound theoretical background in phonetics and voice physiology and combines the most effective elements of various voice therapies.Is a well researched training system for the treatment of voice and speech disorders, covering exercises for relaxation, respiration and voice, including the transfer from voice exercises to reading and oral communication.Aims to obtain the best verbal communication possible, for each individual.Includes a CD with voice and drum exercises.

Choral Therapy

Vocal Techniques and Exercises for Church Choirs

Author: Lloyd Pfautsch



Category: Music

Page: 88

View: 422

Many church choir directors are not formally trained in all disciplines needed to direct a music program. One area which intimidates many directors is that of vocal training and how to increase the ability of the choir. Choral Therapy features a basic, practical, "hands-on" approach to learning skills in this area of choir leadership. These include the following areas: Breath Control Posture Resonance Basic principles of diction Blending of vocal parts Vocal exercises and warm-ups Problem-solving Other areas such as tuning and ensemble Choral Therapy presents its material in a conversational style with many concrete musical examples and exercises. Written by one of America's most respected choral directors and instructors, it is for new directors or the director wanting more training. Designed in an easy-to-read and easy-to-use practical format and style, containing examples and illustrations that convey key concepts. Helps music leaders become more comfortable with music leadership, while giving them a higher level of confidence in directing.

Voice Therapy

Clinical Case Studies, Fifth Edition

Author: Joseph C. Stemple

Publisher: Plural Publishing


Category: Medical

Page: 508

View: 599

Voice Therapy: Clinical Case Studies, Fifth Edition provides both the student and the working clinician with a broad sampling of management strategies as presented through clinical case studies by master voice clinicians, laryngologists, and other voice care professionals. Through concise patient histories, pre- and post-treatment evaluations, and tailored therapeutic approaches, this classic text addresses assessment, management, as well as treatment and therapy approaches for a range of voice disorders; muscle tension dysphonia, glottal incompetence and neurogenic disorders, and professional voice care. New to the Fifth EditionAn expanded discussion of the principles of successful voice therapy including issues of self-efficacy and patient responsibilities for their own care. (Chapter 1)An introduction to the concept of 'Meta-Therapy;' those clinical and personal characteristics that go beyond the therapy technique to make patients more flexible and competent users of their own vocal instruments. (Chapter 1)Cases describing new evidence-based therapies such as 'Conversation Training Therapy' and 'Lax Vox' therapy. (Chapters 3 and 4)New cases describing treatments for chronic cough, superior nerve paralysis, and vocal tremor in a singer. (Chapters 5 and 6)A NEW chapter on a non-traditional therapy delivery model, telepractice and therapeutic challenges not previously discussed, treatments for enhancing the transgender voice, pervasive vocal fry, and muscle tension dysphagia. (Chapter 8) The fifth edition of this text has been extensively revised and updated and includes 54 case studies and 7 case vignettes sampling a wide variety of voice disorders with various pathologies, etiologies, and therapy techniques. Through a systematic case study format, 64 voice experts and master clinicians have provided detailed descriptions of voice assessment and management approaches and techniques. It is the ideal text for both students learning the basics of evaluation and treatment of voice disorders and practicing clinicians providing voice care.

Voice and Laryngeal Disorders

A Problem-based Clinical Guide with Voice Samples

Author: Sally K. Gallena

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences


Category: Medical

Page: 230

View: 263

This interactive workbook-style text highlights important concepts in the evaluation and treatment of voice and laryngeal disorders. It features 24 case studies for 11 disorders, plus audio samples to help students and entry-level clinicians become familiar with a broad spectrum of voice disorders, diagnostic report information, and treatment plans. It is an ideal review tool for those seeking certification. Five sections cover Case Studies, Evaluation, Treatment, Learning Opportunities and Unsolved Case Studies to build clinician knowledge and practical skills. Speech disorders across the life span are detailed through overviews, efficacy data to support therapy techniques, case studies and pre- and post-therapy audio samples. Case Studies teach students to analyze and describe disordered voices and engage in diagnostic and treatment plan processes. Accompanying CD contains 30 audio samples of voice disorders, solutions to Labs and Unsolved Case Studies, electronic copies of evaluation forms and other resources to be used in the clinical setting. Clinical forms and templates are included for use in assessing and treating various speech disorders. Pediatric and adult "unsolved" case studies require students to solve problems, develop treatment plans, and refine clinical writing skills via written summaries, recommendations and goals. Unsolved Case Studies encourage critical thinking, problem solving, assessment and clinical documentation skills essential for clinical practice. Addresses clinical competencies in voice, resonance, and alaryngeal speech as specified by ASHA Knowledge and Skills Acquisition (KASA) Summary Form for certification. Speech-Language Pathology PRAXIS exam topics are addressed to prepare students for the exam.

The Source for Voice Disorders

Adolescent & Adult

Author: Sandra Kasper Schwartz



Category: Teenagers

Page: 174

View: 215

This high-quality resource provides the experienced or new clinician with evaluative tools, treatment ideas, and therapy tasks to help clients improve in voice therapy. Benefits Includes evaluative tools and therapy tasks for patients with functional and/or medical voice disorders Organized to provide easy reference of a diagnosis with etiology, physiology, and corresponding recommendations for treatment Overview of anatomy and physiology of voice production for easy and quick review Suggestions given for evaluation techniques and ways to develop appropriate goals and treatment plans Descriptions, diagnostically useful information, and treatment suggestions provided for 23 voice disorders: 6 functional 2 neurological 15 organic Treatment approaches, tasks, and stimulus items target: 3 areas of vocal hygiene 15 therapy theories and approaches 3 sections of therapy tasks for respiration, phonation, and resonance Includes suggestions for the target, goal, and cueing strategies/instructions for the following activities: 13 physical exercises and techniques 10 respiration exercises 11 phonation exercises 12 resonance exercises and techniques 5 carryover ideas Learn the medical, surgical, and therapeutic information you need to assess and treat patients with various types of laryngeal cancer Features reproducible exercises, teacher recommendations, suggestions, and example treatment plans glossary, resources, and references There are many current texts in the area of evaluation and treatment of voice, but few provide treatment ideas and stimulus tasks. The Source for Voice Disorders was designed to assist you with both the evaluative tools and therapy tasks to provide the best service possible to your patients.

Head & Neck Surgery--otolaryngology

Author: Byron J. Bailey

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins


Category: Medical

Page: 2826

View: 883

Newly revised and updated, this comprehensive, easy-to-use two-volume otolaryngology text is now in its Fourth Edition. More than 30 new chapters are included that reflect advances in the field, such as outcomes and evidence-based medicine, surgical management of nasal valve collapse and choanal atresia, immunology and allergy, allergic and non-allergic rhinitis, complications of rhinosinusitis, management of dysphagia, radiographic examination of the upper aerodigestive tract, endoscopic evaluation of the upper aerodigestive tract, cosmetic uses of Botox, and more. Coverage includes both adult and pediatric otolaryngology. All chapters are written by distinguished world-renowned authorities and contain summary highlights boxes, summary tables, and end-of-chapter reviews. More than 2,500 illustrations complement the text.

Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications

10th International Workshop, december, 13-15, 2017

Author: Manfredi, Claudia

Publisher: Firenze University Press


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 154

View: 818

The International Workshop on Models and Analysis of Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA) came into being in 1999 from the particularly felt need of sharing know-how, objectives and results between areas that until then seemed quite distinct such as bioengineering, medicine and singing. MAVEBA deals with all aspects concerning the study of the human voice with applications ranging from the neonate to the adult and elderly. Over the years the initial issues have grown and spread also in other aspects of research such as occupational voice disorders, neurology, rehabilitation, image and video analysis. MAVEBA takes place every two years always in Firenze, Italy.

The MIT Encyclopedia of Communication Disorders

Author: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Publisher: MIT Press


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 618

View: 634

A major new reference work with entries covering the entire field of communication and speech disorders. A massive reference work on the scale of MITECS (The MIT Encyclopedia of Cognitive Sciences), The MIT Encyclopedia of Communication Disorders will become the standard reference in this field for both research and clinical use. It offers almost 200 detailed entries, covering the entire range of communication and speech disorders in children and adults, from basic science to clinical diagnosis.MITECD is divided into four sections that reflect the standard categories within the field (also known as speech-language pathology and audiology): Voice, Speech, Language, and Hearing. Within each category, entries are organized into three subsections: Basic Science, Disorders, and Clinical Management. Basic Science includes relevant information on normal anatomy and physiology, physics, psychology and psychophysics, and linguistics; this provides a scientific foundation for entries in the other subsections. The entries that appear under Disorders offer information on the definition and characterization of specific disorders, and tools for their identification and assessment. The Clinical Management subsection describes appropriate interventions, including behavioral, pharmacological, surgical, and prosthetic. Because the approach to communication disorders can be quite different for children and adults, many topics include separate entries reflecting this. Although some disorders that are first diagnosed in childhood may persist in some form throughout adulthood, many disorders can have an onset in either childhood or adulthood, and the timing of onset can have many implications for both assessment and intervention. Topics covered in MITECD include cochlear implants for children and adults, pitch perception, tinnitus, alaryngeal voice and speech rehabilitation, neural mechanisms of vocalization, holistic voice therapy techniques, computer-based approaches to children's speech and language disorders, neurogenic mutism, regional dialect, agrammatism, global aphasia, and psychosocial problems associated with communicative disorders.