Children with Speed & Sound Disorders part 2
When should auditory bombardment lists be read?
For three to five minutes at the beginning and end of each session.
What does the typical session for targeting intelligible speech look like?
Being with an optio
Phonological Disorders part 2
begins with variegated babbling; infant adds adult-like pitch which often
gets confused for meaningful, connected speech
what is known about vowel development
not much since transcription is unreliable although w
What question do we try to answer in oral examinations?
"Does the client have adequate structure and function to produce intelligible
When is an oral exam done?
When a child has multiple misarticulations and poor intelligibility
Children with Speed & Sound Disorders part 1
What does phonological therapy depend on?
The individual's tendency to generalize, such as organizing and categorizing
information and looking for similarities.
What is the goal of phonological therapy?
Phonological Disorders part 1
Negative consequences of phonological disorders
Reduced intelligibility = communication suffers
Social consquences (teasing, isolation, language learning through
Academic consequences (not asking for help, lite
EXAM 2 Study Guide part 3
Style of therapy in which the clinician plays games that are specifically
created to elicit target productions (staple of therapy)
Advantages: Less boring, many productions
Style of therapy in which the
EXAM 2 Study Guide part 1
Methods used to attain certain goals or behaviors in a therapy session,
strategies for getting something accomplished (aka: Techniques)
Technique for shaping a response to attain correct model,
EXAM 2 Study Guide part 2
Severe phonetic disorders can often be misdiagnosed as _ disorders
because the client often has simplified output, poor intelligibility, decreased
output, and masking of linguistic abilities (plural "s", past tense) due
Chapter 4 Notes
Variables of Speech Sound Acquisition and Articulatory Performance
1. Anatomic, neurological, and physiological variables
2. Sensory Deficits
3. Motor Skills
4. Language Skills
5. Age and Gender
7. Socioeconomic Status