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Juliet Goldbart
Juliet Goldbart
Professor of Developmental Disabilities, Manchester Metropolitan University
Verified email at mmu.ac.uk
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Speech and language therapy to improve the communication skills of children with cerebral palsy
L Pennington, J Goldbart, J Marshall
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2004
2112004
" Pushes and Pulls" on the parents of children who use AAC
J Goldbart, J Marshall
Augmentative and alternative communication 20 (4), 194-208, 2004
1822004
Communication before speech: Development and assessment
JC O'Kane, J Goldbart
David Fulton Publishers, 2016
181*2016
‘Communication is everything I think.’Parenting a child who needs Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
J Marshall, J Goldbart
International journal of language & communication disorders 43 (1), 77-98, 2008
1772008
Ethnography
J Goldbart, D Hustler
Research methods in the social sciences, 16-23, 2005
1672005
Interaction training for conversational partners of children with cerebral palsy: a systematic review
L Pennington, J Goldbart, J Marshall
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 39 (2), 151-170, 2004
1282004
Communication and people with the most complex needs: What works and why this is essential
J Goldbart, S Caton
Mencap, 2010
1232010
‘Happy and excited’: Perceptions of using digital technology and social media by young people who use augmentative and alternative communication
A Hynan, J Murray, J Goldbart
Child language teaching and therapy 30 (2), 175-186, 2014
1162014
Parents' and speech and language therapists' explanatory models of language development, language delay and intervention
J Marshall, J Goldbart, J Phillips
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 42 (5), 533-555, 2007
942007
Health education for musicians
R Matei, S Broad, J Goldbart, J Ginsborg
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1137, 2018
892018
Direct speech and language therapy for children with cerebral palsy: findings from a systematic review
L Pennington, J Goldbart, J Marshall
Developmental medicine and child neurology 47 (1), 57-63, 2005
842005
Carer knowledge of dysphagia management strategies
DD Chadwick, J Jolliffe, J Goldbart
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 37 (3), 345-357, 2002
812002
Learning not to listen: the experiences of musicians with hearing impairments
R Fulford, J Ginsborg, J Goldbart
Music Education Research 13 (4), 447-464, 2011
792011
“Everything was spiraling out of control”: experiences of anxiety in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
TG Willgoss, AM Yohannes, J Goldbart, F Fatoye
Heart & Lung 41 (6), 562-571, 2012
762012
Adherence to eating and drinking guidelines for adults with intellectual disabilities and dysphagia
DD Chadwick, J Jolliffe, J Goldbart
American Journal on Mental Retardation 108 (3), 202-211, 2003
732003
A grounded theory of Internet and social media use by young people who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC)
A Hynan, J Goldbart, J Murray
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (17), 1559-1575, 2015
712015
Augmentative and alternative communication: a review of current issues
J Murray, J Goldbart
Paediatrics and child health 19 (10), 464-468, 2009
692009
A systematic review and classification of interventions for speech‐sound disorder in preschool children
Y Wren, S Harding, J Goldbart, S Roulstone
International journal of language & communication disorders 53 (3), 446-467, 2018
682018
Barriers to caregiver compliance with eating and drinking recommendations for adults with intellectual disabilities and dysphagia
DD Chadwick, J Jolliffe, J Goldbart, MH Burton
Journal of applied research in Intellectual Disabilities 19 (2), 153-162, 2006
662006
Looking back, looking forward: Methodological challenges and future directions in research on persons with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities
B Maes, S Nijs, S Vandesande, I Van Keer, M Arthur‐Kelly, J Dind, ...
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 34 (1), 250-262, 2021
612021
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