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Documenting Clinical Service Delivery: Writing Style and Lexical SelectionDorian Lee Wilkerson
Guide to Clinical Practice in the Acute Hospital SettingLaurel H. Hays
Documentation Requirements for Speech-Language Pathologists in Pediatric Hospital-Based ProgramsLemmietta G. McNeilly
Documentation Requirements for Speech-Language Pathologists in Early Intervention ProgramsCorine Myers-Jennings
School-Based Augmentative and Alternative Communication Evaluation ReportsDoreen M. Blischak and Kimberly Ho
Documentation Requirements in Clinical and Educational AudiologyDiane Scott
Counseling in Communication DisordersDiane L. Kendall
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