Hearing impairment by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
(IDEA) is an impairment in hearing, whether permanent or
fluctuating, that adversely affects a childs educational performance
but is not included under t
O Dysphagia: _difficulty in swallowing_
O Deglutition: _aka-swallowing_
O Bolus: _small mass of chewed food_
O Aspiration: _when your food or liquids
enter the airway past the level of true
Define motor speech disorder
Differentiate between dysarthria and apraxia of speech
Describe 3 etiologies of motor speech disorder in both
adults and children.
Explain general assessment pro
AN OVERVIEW OF
What is stuttering?
Stuttering is a speech disorder overtly
characterized by part-word repetitions,
prolongations, and audible and inaudible
postural fixations that impede the natural
flow of speech.
Though you may see v
Exam 1 Study Guide
Describe roles, work environments, etc of SLPs and Audiologists
What do they do:
Measure hearing disability
Identify, asses, manage and prevent disorders of hearing and balances
Evaluate and assi
The video on cochlear implants that I chose to watch was the video about the two young
sisters who were born deaf and received implants when they were babies. My thoughts at
first about this video was that it was goi
CSDI Project 2
The first place I called for this project was Dominos Pizza on Tuesday October 20th, 2015 at 3
oclock p.m. The questions that I asked them were as follows:
1. May I place an order for delivery?
2. May I have a small c
The three videos that I chose to watch for this project were the lisp video, the video of the
child with a unilateral cleft lip, and the video of the nineteen year old girl that had a stroke.
As I watched these videos, I
SLP: Whitney Todd
The session that I started with first was located at Hollygrove Elementary school, in
Holly Springs, North Carolina; this elementary school is where my mother teaches. My
mother was able to
Emily K. Brewer, M.S., CCC-SLP
How do we hear?
What is hearing loss?
How do hearing devices work?
Who is a candidate?
HOW DO WE HEAR?
The _sound wave_ vibrates the eardrum
and causes movement of the bones in the