Prof. Orientation - HSLS 240 J. Wright Clinician gives...

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Unformatted text preview: HSLS 240 J. Wright Clinician gives instructions  Clinician presents stimulus  Clinician waits for client to respond  Clinician presents appropriate consequent event  Clinician records response  Clinician removes stimulus( as appropriate) Auditory Perceptual Training improve ability to discriminate one error sound from another  Production Exercises- training the client how to correctly produce the sound  Carry over practice practicing the sound in a variety of settings Substitutions or distortions of specific sounds  Elmer Fudd w/r  Sylvester the Cat - th/s  A person can have more than one sound error but there is a specific pattern Bombardment the clinician bombards the client with words containing the target sound -  Phonetic Placement the clinician provides a verbal, modeled or physical cue to the client on where he/she should place the articulators Touch Cue...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2011 for the course HSLS 240 taught by Professor Wright during the Fall '10 term at Ohio University- Athens.

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Prof. Orientation - HSLS 240 J. Wright Clinician gives...

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