Parental Perceptions of Shared Book-Reading in Infants With Clefts
A survey was conducted to determine parental perceptions regarding shared book-reading with their young children with cleft palate. The results describe parents' engagement in shared book-reading with their children and their perceptions of the importance thereof in language and speech development. Clinical applications for early intervention are proposed.
Hicks, Amanda; Louw, Brenda; Cross, Rachel; Katte, Michelle; and Miesner, Melissa. 2012. Parental Perceptions of Shared Book-Reading in Infants With Clefts. Poster Presentation. ASHA Convention, Atlanta, GA. http://m5.goeshow.com/asha/annual/2012/mobile_session_profile.cfm?session_key=4B7B743A-DFAC-5995-4258-B89711DEC0CE