B> Articulatory and Phonological Impairments provides readers with a solid, up-to-date academic foundation and a way of applying this information to the assessment and treatment of individuals with articulatory and phonological impairments. This book focuses on integrating academic theory into practice. Clinical applications are built into each chapter to demonstrate the principles discussed, and case studies are included to promote the transfer of knowledge from academics to clinical practice. This book provides comprehensive coverage of the following current topics: phonological assessment, phonemic-based therapy, and nonlinear phonologies. There is also a thorough discussion of phonetic principles applied to the diagnosis and treatment of motor-based disorders, i.e. articulatory impairments. For those with an interest in articulatory and phonological impairments.