Dr. R. Forcucci
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Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out (Art Linkletter 1992)
Peters, T and Guitar, B. (1991). Stuttering An Integrated Approach to its Nature and Treatment. . Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins.
Ahlbach, 1. and Benson, V. (1994). To Say What Is Ours. San Francisco, CA: National Stuttering Project.
RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOKS: FOR YOUR READING PLEASURE
Bloodstein, O. (1995). A Handbook on Stuttering. San Diego, CA: Singular Pub.
Conture, E. (1990). Stuttering. 2Ed., NJ.: Prentice Hall.
Ham R. (1990).Therapy of Stuttering: Preschool through Adolescence. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
Wells, G. (1987). Stuttering Treatment: A comprehensive Clinical Guide. New Jersey: Prentice Hall..
Library Reserve Materials
COURSE REQUIREMENTS: If there is any student in this class who has need for testtaking or notetaking accommodation, please feel free to come and discuss this with me.
A. = 94% of total points
B+ = 86 - 93%
B = 80 - 85%
C+ = 76 - 79%
C = 70 - 75%
F = < - 70%
The Dept. of Speech & Communication Studies does have a student grievance procedure. If you have a concern please discuss it with the professor before advancing the concern further. A copy of the Grievance Procedures can be obtained from the Dept. secretary in room C208.
1. Fluency, Disfluency, Dysfluency, Stuttering, Cluttering (Peters/Guitar, Chap 1-2-3)
Starkweather, C et.al. (1990). Stuttering Prevention: A Clinical Method. Prentice Hall.1-29.
Adams, M. (1990) The Demands and Capacities Model l.:Theoretical Elaborations. JFD. 15:3.
Starkweathrer C & Gottwald, S. (1990). The Demands Capacities Model II: Clinic Applica.JFD. 15:3.
B. Micro-Factor Model
Wall, M and Myers, F. (1984). Clinical Management of Childhood Stuttering Univ. Pk Md.
C Myriad of Explanations
Shames,G. & Rubin,H. (1986 ). Stutt. Then & Now. Chas.Merrill Pub., Chap 3-7
Perkins, W. (1989) Why do Stutterers Stop Stuttering: What Experts will Think in 2010. Seminars in Speech and Lang 10(2), .JFD. May JFD (Bound Volumes 86-current)
Ramig, P. (1993). High Reported Spontaneous Stuttering Recovery Rates: Fact or Fiction?. LSHSS, July.
Starkweather, CW. (1995) JFD. May
Bernstein-Ratner, N. (1993). Stuttering and Parent Interaction. Seminars SpLang 14:3.
Zebrowski, P. & Schum, R. (1993). Counseling Parents of Children who Stutter. AJSLP. May.
Andrews, 1 & Andrews, M. (1990). Family Based Treatment in Communicative Disorders: A Systemic Aproach. Janelle Pub., III.
B. Direct Therapy
Ramig, P.(1987). Indirect and Combined Indirect Direct Therapy in Disfluent Child. JFD. p41.
Porch, B. (1995). Treating Stuttering Are We Treating the Right Part of the Child?. JNSSLHA. 22:5-13.
Shames, Chap 12
Conture, Chap. 3
National Stuttering Project, 2151 Irving Street, Suite # 208, San Francisco, CA 94122-1609
B. The Intermediate Stutterer (School Age Child)
Williams, D.(1979) Perspective on Approaches to Stuttering Therapy. In Gregory, H. Controversies About Stuttering Therapy Univ. Pk Press
Haynes,W. et al.(1992). Diagnosis. and Evaluation in Speech Pathology, Prent. Hall.
Peterson,H.(1990). Appraisal and Diagnosis of Speech and Language Disorders. Prentice Hall.
Wells, G.(1987). Stuttering Treatment A Comp Clin. Guide. Prentice Hall.
B. The Intermediate Stutterer: Stuttering Modification & Fluency Shaping Therapies
Publication # 16 Stuttering: An Integration of Contemporary Therapies
Perkins,W.(1991). Stuttering: Challenges of Therapy. Seminars in Sp.Lang..Hr.
Johnson,G. (1987). Ten Commandments for Long Term Maintenance of Acceptable Self-Help Skills for Persons who are HardCore Stutterers, JFD. p9-18.
C The EUP/ Regional Fluency/ Stuttering Clinic Program
ASHA Mag (1992). Service Delivery
SFA Publications # 9,21,12 (review others) Forcucci, R. (1992). Service Delivery: A New Twist
ADVANCE Mag. (1995). Using Fluency In Stuttering Therapy. May. 8:5
Go For It!
| MONTH | DAY | TOPIC/ASSIGNMENT/OTHER | READINGS | AUG 27 Course Intro: Fluency, Dis, Dys, Peters 1,2,3,4 Stuttering, Cluttering LSHSS 1995 26:2 SEPT 10 Development of Fluency/Dis/Dys 17 24 Differential Rx PreSchool Child Peters 6 OCT 1 I TEST: Peters 1,2,3 8 (Assignment: Self Characterization) Peters 9,10 15 Tx PreSchool Child/Family 22 DUE: Self- Characterization 29 Rx Adult/Intermediate (Assign Stutter Like Me) Peters 5,7,8,11,12 NOV 5 TEST: Peters 4.6,9,10 12 DUE: Stutter Like Me 19 Tx Adult/Intermediate 26 DEC 3 10 TEST Peters 5,7,8,11 12"In-class" group activity can be one of the following: