Lecture 14 - Neurogenic

Lecture 14 - Neurogenic - Neurogenic Speech Disorders...

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Neurogenic Speech Disorders Chapter 12
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Neurogenic Speech Disorders “heterogeneous group of neurological impairments that affect the planning, coordination, timing, and execution of the movement patterns used to produce speech in both children and adults” (p. 344)
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Neurogenic Speech Disorders Dysarthrias With Cerebral Palsy developmental Dysarthria (acquired) Apraxia of Speech
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Dysarthria Motor Speech Disorder Impaired Respiration Phonation Articulation Due to… paralysis weakness Or poor coordination of speech muscles
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Cerebral Palsy NOT a disease Result of Brain injury early in fetal or infant development Non-progressive disorder Prevalence Over 500,000 in US have CP 30-90% have some problems with speech production
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3 Types of CP Spastic rigidity Reflex Patterns Athetoid Writhing movements Ataxic Uncoordinated movements See Table 12.1 p. 350
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Not everyone with CP will have dysarthria
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