With this much-needed textbook, graduate students in SLP courses will have the comprehensive knowledge they need to evaluate,
compare, select, and apply effective interventions for language disorders in children. Seventeen expert contributors take
a balanced look at 15 contemporary interventions, examining how they should be applied, what evidence demonstrates that they
really work, and what we should do to support and refine the approaches. Each chapter critically examines one approach and
brings it to life with one or more realistic case studies and a brief, memorable DVD clip. Readers will get rich, detailed
portraits that include the theoretical and empirical basis of each intervention, target populations, assessment methods, practical
requirements, and considerations for children from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.