articulation disorder

articulation disorder

An inability to correctly produce speech sounds (phonemes) due to imprecise placement, timing, pressure, speed or flow of movement of the lips, tongue or throat.

articulation disorder

Audiology An inability to correctly produce speech sounds–phonemes because of imprecise placement, timing, pressure, speed, or flow of movement of the lips, tongue, or throat

ar·tic·u·la·tion dis·or·der

(ahr-tik'yū-lā'shŭn dis-ōr'dĕr)
Any error in pronunciation including phoneme omissions, substitutions, distortions, and additions.

articulation disorder

Inability to produce speech sounds (phonemes) correctly because of imprecise placement, timing, pressure, speed, or flow of movement of the lips, tongue, or throat.
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Speech & Language: Articulation Disorders - Expressive Disorders - Oral-Motor Difficulties - Resonance/Voice Disorders - Pronunciation Difficulties - Communication Difficulties - Communication impairments related to Autism Spectrum Disorders - Receptive and/or expressive language delay - Articulation disorder - Speech and language impairments due to hearing loss - Fluency disorders/stuttering - Voice disorders - Childhood Apraxia of Speech - Social skills/pragmatic language impairments motor skills for children
So Ashlyn was promoted to the second grade "with intervention" amounting to 15-minute weekly session with a speech pathologist for her speech articulation disorder, without addressing her other needs stemming from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
The second edition of this textbook has been revised and includes expanded sections on speech production and phonological theories, phonological awareness and its treatment, the use of oral-motor exercises in treating articulation disorder, and recent treatment research of contrast approaches, such as maximal opposition and multiple opposition.
Rocha was diagnosed with mild mental retardation and developmental articulation disorder in July 1992.
Some of the factors of articulation disorders are including physical and structural abnormalities such as cleft palate, jaw and teeth abnormalities, etc, neurological disorder, mental retardation, hearing disorder and environmental disorder.
Of these, 436 are mentally ill and 241 physically handicapped, while 134 are visual impaired, 214 hearing impaired, 343 suffer from articulation disorders and 15 suffer from autism.
Finally, children that we would most likely believe to be at greatest risk for insufficient decoding ability, those with articulation disorders, are actually the least likely to suffer from later reading problems than those with general language impairments.
In clinical practice, articulation disorders are mainly evaluated by subjective tools.
Among these are having anxious or shy parents, being raised in a multilingual or bilingual household, exposure to a second language between the ages of 2 and 4, and speech and language abnormalities, including articulation disorders, late speech, or developmental delay.
Articulation disorders refer to difficulties in producing correct speech sounds.
This clinician's manual for treating articulation disorders contains exercises and cueing strategies for improving the intelligibility of the targeted phonemes.

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