Communication and Language Intervention Series
This interdisciplinary series publishes books that provide best practices for assessment and intervention for individuals with language and communication disorders across the lifespan. An overarching goal of the series is to enhance the knowledge and clinical practices of students, researchers, and clinicians in speech-language pathology, as well as related fields such as special education, early intervention, and psychology. The series showcases research and approaches that can improve the lives of individuals experiencing communication disorders and their families with recognition of the cultural and linguistic diversity across the client population.
Series Editors: Alan G. Kamhi & Rebecca J. McCauley.
Editorial Advisory Board: Nan Bernstein Ratner, Yvette Hyter, Sharynne McLeod, Elizabeth D. Peña, and Patricia A. Prelock
Editor Emeritus: Marc E. Fey & Richard L. Schiefelbusch