Thursday, May 20, 2010
Booking Through Thursday: Useful
May 20th question: What’s the most useful book you’ve ever read? And, why?
My answer: Ummmmm I don't know. I mostly read fiction and I can't think of how a novel has been useful to my day to day life.
I guess I would have to say textbooks have been the most useful. Especially Logemann's Evaluation and Treatment of Swallowing Disorders, Brookshire's Introduction to Neurogenic Communication Disorders and Duffy's Motor Speech Disorders. I use the information from these textbooks every single day, and often refer back to them for assessment and treatment information. For those that don't know I am a Speech-Language Pathologist working on a specialized stroke unit-speaking of which-HAPPY SPEECH AND HEARING MONTH!!
How about you-what's the most useful book you've read?