Editor's Notes In this issue, we continue our series devoted to case studies of treatment approaches for various types of neurogenic communication disorders. The first article by Helen Kahn and colleagues was prepared with the assistance of motor speech disorders issue editor Michael Crary, and examines a treatment approach for an individual ... Editorial
Editorial  |   September 01, 1998
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Editorial   |   September 01, 1998
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SIG 2 Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, September 1998, Vol. 8, 5. doi:10.1044/nnsld8.3.5
SIG 2 Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, September 1998, Vol. 8, 5. doi:10.1044/nnsld8.3.5
In this issue, we continue our series devoted to case studies of treatment approaches for various types of neurogenic communication disorders. The first article by Helen Kahn and colleagues was prepared with the assistance of motor speech disorders issue editor Michael Crary, and examines a treatment approach for an individual with apraxia of speech. Laura Murray acted as our issue editor for the following three articles that focus on treatments for acquired language disorders.
We are continuing preparations with Jean Neils-Strunjas for our final issue of the year, which will include treatment studies for individuals with dementia. As we look ahead to 1999, we plan to compile a series of articles from experts operating in different settings of the clinical continuum from acute to long-term care. We realize that each phase of rehabilitation has different challenges, and we hope to address some of the critical concerns in clinical management in each type of setting as expressed by our constituents. We appreciate those of you who take the time to provide comments in our customer satisfaction surveys, as those comments help guide us as we plan forthcoming newsletters. We invite you at any time to contribute an article or letter that addresses issues of importance in this dynamic time in clinical practice.
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