Godoku Publishing Co., Ltd. What is “language lameness” to convey “words”? Release of visual materials for living with people who have difficulty speaking, listening, reading, writing, thinking in words, and communicating!

Godo Publishing Co., Ltd.
Telling “words”, what is the “inconvenience of words”? Release of visual materials for living with people who have difficulty speaking, listening, reading, writing, thinking in words, and communicating!
On January 19, 2023, Godo Publishing Co., Ltd. will publish “A book to know people with speech disabilities well” (Visual Book ∞ Living with People with Disabilities 3.)” at Amazon, Rakuten Books, bookstores nationwide, etc. We will publish it.
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A book that helps you understand language barriers
This is the 3rd volume of a new series of handicapped learning reference books for children, in order to remove prejudices and wrong assumptions, to have interest, and to understand correctly as a member of an inclusive society.
This book was supervised by Nobuko Nakagawa, a speech pathologist who supports children’s language development at the forefront, and Atsuhito Abe, who energetically supports children at school. What is a language impediment/disability, how to overcome the impediment or disability, how people with disabilities live, goods and services that support their daily lives, rehabilitation, messages from people with disabilities, etc. Condensed multidimensional information about the problem.
This is a must-have book for pre- and post-study of “exchange and joint study”! ◎What is “language”/“development of language”?
◎ What is language disability? “What is a language barrier?” ◎Living strategies for people with language disabilities
◎Things for people with language disabilities
◎ How to support people with language disabilities
*Interaction and joint learning: The course of study stipulates that children with disabilities and children without disabilities, or people with disabilities in the community, interact and work together. Chapter 1 What are words?
In the first place, what is a “word”? “What is language development?” “Learn and think about what it means to be speech impaired.” [Image 2

Chapter 2 Lifestyle strategies for people with speech disabilities “People with speech disabilities” are also diverse. What kind of situation are they in?
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Chapter 3 Communication with people with language disabilities There are many ways and tools to communicate feelings and information. There is much that can be done on the social side or in schools. [Image 4

Chapter 4 Schools and facilities that support people with speech disabilities We interviewed development support facilities with speech
pathologists, “hearing and language classrooms” at schools, hospitals that provide language rehabilitation, and people who provide language support in the private sector.
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Chapter 5 Work to support people with speech disabilities
We interviewed a speech pathologist, a school teacher, a pediatrician, a child psychiatrist, as well as occupational and physical therapists working with children with speech disabilities as part of the medical team.
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Chapter 6 To live together What is a barrier-free society?
Introduces various activities of people with speech disabilities and what they want. Together with our readers, we will think about what we can do to create an inclusive society.
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There is also a full range of materials at the end of the book that summarizes information on rights and systems, as well as information to further deepen learning, as well as columns such as words test and support, stories about rakugo storyteller Hanoroku Yanagiya who is not good at reading and writing!
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Index
To all who read this book
How to use this book
prologue
1 The world of Mai who is stuck in words (stuttering)
2 Arisa’s world that she can’t talk about at school (Scene description) 3 Yutaka’s world where words have disappeared (aphasia)
Chapter 1 What are words?
1. Language is a tool – how it came about, how it is used, how it is used 2. The structure of language and the brain/body
3. Language development and “inconvenience”
Column ◎Methods of examination and support (rehabilitation) of children’s speech Chapter 2 Lifestyle strategies for people with speech disabilities 1 Ms. Ayano who has dysarthria who could not pronounce well
2 Mr. Yuuichi who stutters and is stuck in words
3 Takashi-kun, who has a developmental disorder, practices verbal communication 4 Akari who is not good at reading and writing
5. Etsuko-san from the scene where she can’t speak
6. Misato, who has cerebral palsy and finds it difficult to speak 7. Mr. Hiroshi, who has aphasia and does not understand what he is saying 8. Various language disorders (language development delay, hearing impairment, vocalization/speech impairment, auditory language processing disorder (APD), cleft lip/palate)
Column: Rakugo performer Kanoroku Yanagiya who was saved by becoming familiar with the characters she was not good at
Chapter 3 Communication with people with language disabilities 1 Various ways to communicate feelings and information
2 A convenient tool for communicating words
3. How to arrange communication that can be done at home and in society 4. Communication distribution methods that can be done at school Column ◎Children of Koda who open up the world of words
Chapter 4 Schools and facilities that support people with speech disabilities 1 Development support facility with a speech pathologist
2 “Hearing and Language Classroom” in the school
3 Speech rehabilitation at the hospital
4 The town’s “language consultation room”
Column ◎Professionals at special support schools are teachers’ strong allies! Chapter 5. Jobs that support people with speech disabilities 1 Speech and communication specialist Speech-language pathologist 2 School teachers who support children’s language development 3. Work to support speech disorders in the medical field
4 Support language and communication as a team
Column ◎ Not only specialists, but everyone involved as supporters Chapter 6 To live together What is a barrier-free society?
1. Parties’ efforts toward a symbiotic society
2. To everyone who will create a symbiotic society in the future 3. Create a “society where everyone lives together” (symbiotic society) Column ◎ All the store clerks stutter! “Cafe that takes time to order” Appendix
○Rights and systems for people with speech disabilities
○When you want to know more
Sakuin
List of collaborators
Book information
“A book that helps people with speech disabilities (Visual Book ∞ Living with People with Disabilities 3”)
https://www.godo-shuppan.co.jp/book/b614535.html
[Supervisor] Nobuko Nakagawa
[Supervisor] Atsuhito Abe
[Edited and written] The editorial committee for living with people with disabilities
□ List price = body 3,800 + tax
□ A4 modified high quality / 96 pages
□ISBN code: 978-4-7726-1518-1
□Amazon
https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/4772615180?SubscriptionId=AKIAIBX3OSRN6HXD25SQ&tag=godoshuppan-22&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=4772615180 □ Rakuten Books
https://books.rakuten.co.jp/search?sv=30&v=2&oid=000&f=A&g=001&p=0&s=0&e=0&sitem=9784772615181 Author information
◎Nobuko Nakagawa
Speech-language pathologist, representative of ST, which considers support for children’s development
Graduated from the Department of Educational Psychology, Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo. Graduated from the National Center for Hearing and Language Disorders Training School for Audio-Linguistic Professionals. After working at Asahide Gakuen Educational Research Institute, Kanagawa Prefecture General Rehabilitation Center, Chofu City General Welfare Center, etc., he is currently a supervisor of a special support traveling specialist team in Komae City, Tokyo. We have been working on support for children’s language development and support for parents.
Website: Nobuko Nakagawa Soratomo Square http://www.soratomo.jp/ His major publications include “Q&A for Parental Support” (Gakuensha, 2018) and “Facing the Feelings of Parents Raising Children with Developmental Disorders (Handy Series Developmental Disorder Support/Special Needs Education Navigation)” (edited and authored). Kaneko Shobo, 2017), Developmental Disorders and Language Consultation (Shogakukan 101 New Book) (Shogakukan, 2009), Book that Understands All About Language Delay (Health Library Illustration) (Supervised by Kodansha, 2006) 1986), and Nurturing Words (Budosha, 1986).
◎Atsuhito Abe
Karasuyama Kita Elementary School, Setagaya Ward, Tokyo
He has developed a large number of self-made teaching materials tailored to children, and has gained the trust of parents and children. He is requested by PTAs and schools to give lectures, and he runs around the country during the summer vacation. Former secretary general of the National Public School Deafness and Speech Impairment Education Research Council.
His publications include “Word Teacher’s Word Play Picture Book Series,” “Aiue Ghost,” “You Don,” “Polar Bear Radio Taisou” (Shonen Shashin Shimbunsha, 2005, 2006, 2011), and “Raising Children with Developmental Disorders.” Confronting Parents’ Feelings (Handy Series Developmental Disorder Support/Special Needs Education Navi)” (co-author, Kaneko Shobo, 2017), “Fushigi ne!? Friend of Language Impairment (Book to think about development and disability)” (editor) , Minerva Shobo, 2007), “Children change Happy Ko
Communication-At Home Edition”, “Class Changes Happy
Communication-School Life Edition” (Both Shogakukan, 2007)
Details about this release:
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