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1. ASSESSMENT OF SPEECH SOUND DISORDERS Text chapter 7
3. There will be some review from 126? Today we will apply the information through hands-on practical activities
4. I. PRIMARY PURPOSES OF ASSESSMENT 1.
6. II. BASIC PROCEDURES A. Assess Diadochokinetic Rate
We examine the client?s ability to make rapidly alternating speech movements
This allows us to ascertain oral motor coordination
7. According to Bernthal, Bankson, & Flipsen (2009) (Articulation and Phonological Disorders in Children):
8. This delayed oral motor development accompanies?
9. The problem?
10. In Dr. R?s opinion? Children who have trouble with DDK tasks will probably need to have oral motor work in therapy
Oral motor exercises should be done in each therapy session (in addition to work on sounds)
11. B. Conduct an Oral Peripheral Examination The purpose is to identify or rule out structural or functional factors that relate to a communicative disorder or to dysphagia
We need to be sure to practice precautions such as wearing gloves and washing hands
12. III. SPEECH AND LANGUAGE SAMPLING
13. When we analyze the sample, we look for:
14. IV. FORMAL TESTS A. Most Popular: Articulation
Arizona Articulation Proficiency Scale
Fisher-Logemann Test of Articulation Competence
Goldman-Fristoe Test of Articulation:2
Photo Articulation Test:3
15. These tests:
16. B. Tests of Phonological Processes Page 212 lists these
In Elk Grove Unified and in our clinic:
Clinical Assessment of Articulation and Phonology (CAAP)
Hodson Assessment of Phonological Patterns-3
17. V. STIMULABILITY
18. Bernthal, Bankson, & Flipsen 2009:
19. VI. PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSES These are what children use in the normal process of speech to simplify standard adult production
Aunt Celeste becomes Aunt Nes
On p. 231, please be sure to know the processes disappearing by 3:0 and persisting after 3:0
20. Preston, J., & Edwards, M.L. (2010). Phonological awareness and type of sound errors in preschoolers with speech sound disorders. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 53, 44-60.
22. The primary impact of low PA skills?
23. Practical implications:
24. PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVITY Please listen while Dr. R. makes the production
Transcribe her production phonetically, and indicate which phonological process she is using
25. Book info on developmental norms? Is not on the test ?
However, on p. 224 Table 7-4, I would like you to please know the 5 most commonly occurring consonants
N, t, s, r, d