Translation to practice: Transcription of the speech and sign of bimodal children with hearing loss

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Abstract

Children with hearing loss may use more than one oral and/or sign language to communicate, and may also present with speech sound disorders. Children with hearing loss who use more than one spoken language can be described as oral multilingual and children who use a sign language and a spoken language can be described as bimodal multilingual. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) working with children with hearing loss who speak and sign may need to transcribe their client's speech and signs. This translation chapter will provide a beginning guide to speech and sign transcription for SLPs working with children with hearing loss.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMultilingual aspects of speech sound disorders in children
EditorsSharynne McLeod, Brian Goldstein
Place of PublicationBristol, UK
PublisherMultilingual Matters
Chapter20
Pages191-195
Number of pages5
ISBN (Print)9781847695123
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    Crowe, K. (2012). Translation to practice: Transcription of the speech and sign of bimodal children with hearing loss. In S. McLeod, & B. Goldstein (Eds.), Multilingual aspects of speech sound disorders in children (pp. 191-195). Multilingual Matters.