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by Jenny Hunt

ePub Working with Childrens' Voice Disorders (Working With Series) download
Author:
Jenny Hunt
ISBN13:
978-0863882791
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086388279X
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Routledge; 1 edition (January 1, 2009)
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Medicine & Health Sciences
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In 1991, Jenny and Alyson set up their first children's voice group and since then have written several articles on children's voice.

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The rest of the session is spent to do an activity. Students may play games, make crafts, draw pictures, sing songs, or act out short skits or role-playing exercises.

Sixty-one working-day voice samples were acquired with two contact sensor-based vocal analyzers in four schools with highly different classroom acoustics.

The sound pressure level of environmental noise and the speakers' voice, fundamental frequency, and phonation ratio were registered from morning to night during 1 week with a voice accumulator. Voice data were assessed in low (≤55 dBA), moderate, and high ( 70 dBA) environmental noise levels. Sixty-one working-day voice samples were acquired with two contact sensor-based vocal analyzers in four schools with highly different classroom acoustics.

Working With the Pediatric Singer: A Holistic Approach Robert Edwin Chapter 11: Benign Lessons of the Pediatric .

Children with selective mutism have the inability to speak in social settings due to severe anxiety. Advance preparation, achieving focus, and quality time all play a role in working with these students. School, with the many expectations to interact with peers and teachers, can pose the most difficulties for these children. How can teachers help selectively mute students? Read this article to learn.

Drawing on more than ten years' experience with children's voice disorders, the authors five practical advice on the nature of children's voice problems, ideas for therapy, the aims of intervention and how best to achieve them, as well as an overview of the relevant literature. It contains ideas for setting up treatment groups, together with case studies and suggestions on how to evaluate therapy and measure outcomes; includes ideas for working with groups as well as individuals; easily accessible and user-friendly; contains photocopiable resources for setting up voice groups, including all essential paperwork. Contents: Introduction; Laryngeal and Voice Development in Children; The Origins of Paediatric Dysphonia; Assessment and Evaluation; principles of Therapy and Management; Developing a Programme of Vocal Hygiene for Children; Relaxation and Posture Modification; Breathing for Voice; Voice Therapy techniques; the Group Approach to Therapy and Therapy Evaluation; Appendices.