Language Disorders in Children
What are language disorders? What's the difference between form, content, and use problems? How are language disorders assessed? How are language disorders treated?
Childhood Language Disorders
Cleft Lip and Palate
1. To understand the embryologic basis of cleft lip and palate. 2. To understand the types of cleft lip and palate. 3. To understand the speech consequences of a person's inability to close the velopharyngeal
Chapter 7-Audiologic Rehabilitation
Audiologic Rehabilitation vs. Habilitation
Audiologic Rehabilitation- a person who has already acquired speech and language but have also acquired a hearing loss at some point in their life, need help
What are primary and secondary stuttering behaviors? What causes stuttering? How is stuttering assessed? How is stuttering treated in children and adults?
Normal Fluency and Disfluency
Easy, rapid, rhythmical, ev
What mechanisms are involved in a normal swallow? What causes swallowing disorders? How is swallowing assessed? What can be done to help people with dysphagia swallow better?
Dysphagia - An inability to swallow
What do we know about factors to contribute to language development and use?
Biological factors Information processing factors Specialized linguistic knowledge Experience
Language - intentional use of conve
Articulation and Phonological Disorders
What is the difference between articulation and phonology? What is the difference between articulatory disorders and phonological disorders? What causes articulation and phonological disorders? How d