Search ASHA Publications About Voice and Voice Disorders
The ASHA Leaderand ASHA online journals are excellent sources of materials to supplement your curriculum.
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The ASHA Leader
Selected Online Leader articles about Voice:
Blueprint for Creating a Successful Head and Neck Cancer Support Group
Online Exclusive! Head and neck cancer (H&N CA) is a deadly condition that has a number of devastating consequences. Here is a blueprint of how to create an effective support group for patients with this diagnosis.
Team Management of Voice Disorders in Singers
Singers are vocal athletes that require special attention and treatment consideration when voice difficulty develops because they must maintain higher-than-normal levels of phonatory agility, strength, and stamina.
Voice Boot Camp: Intensive Treatment Success
A "Voice Boot Camp" approach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was successful for patients who have been resistant to other treatments or who live far from the clinic and for whom traditional treatment is impossible.
Voice Program Assists Transgender Community
The College of Saint Rose offers a voice modification for individuals in the transgender community, which fulfills an important community need and benefits the staff involved as clinicians, teachers-and human beings.
Phonotrauma in Children
Rehabilitation of children with phonotrauma, or vocal abuse, involves much more than simply eliminating traumatic behaviors. It involves changing the culture of the home to help parents help their children change vocal habits.
Sniffs, Gasps, and Coughs: Irritable Larynx Syndrome Across the Lifespan
Speech-language pathologists are successfully applying behavioral methods to reduce or eliminate chronic coughing and paradoxical vocal fold motion.
Resonance Disorders and Nasal Emission
Evaluation and treatment using "low tech" and "no tech" procedures.
Patients With Head and Neck Cancer
A variety of treatment approaches are available for the management of advanced laryngeal cancer, but only recently has attention focused on functional outcomes.
Advances in Alaryngeal Communication and the Art of Tracheoesophageal Voice Restoration
Provides information regarding SLP's role in working with person who suffer from cancer of larynx or have received a laryngectomy and techniques associated with alaryngeal communication.