Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines for the Management of Communication Disorders in Neurologically Impaired Individuals : Project Introduction

  title={Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines for the Management of Communication Disorders in Neurologically Impaired Individuals : Project Introduction},
  author={Robert T. Wertz and Carol M. Frattali and Kathryn M. Yorkston and Mary R. T. Kennedy},
Prepared by: The Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences’ ad hoc Practice Guidelines Coordinating Committee, Lee Ann C. Golper (Chair), Robert T. Wertz, Carol M. Frattali, Kathryn Yorkston, Penelope Myers, Richard Katz, Pelagie Beeson, Mary R. T. Kennedy, Kathryn Bayles, and Julie Wambaugh (members) with co-sponsorship support form the Executive Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the Steering Committee of Division 2 of ASHA, and the Department… CONTINUE READING


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