Logopedia Silesiana – despite its primary scientific function – wishes also to help people with speech disorders. In the third volume of this journal, speech therapists explore the concepts, helpful tools, diagnosis models and methods of therapy. Grounded, modern discoveries once again meet practice. The authors whose works we present here discuss from various perspectives the programming of logopaedic treatment.
Observing the word in its diverse manifestations and unfolding the originary causes of one’s entrance into language find their echoes in the logopaedic debate over the nature of human communication.
Theoretical and practical considerations included herein, often undertaking also ethical issues, will contribute – as we hope – to perfecting therapeutic procedures, as well as open the space for newly discovered secrets of language and linguistic behaviours.
Chair of the Advisory Board
prof. Marian Kisiel