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Traditionally, the differential diagnosis between apraxia of speech and spastic dysarthria is based on perceptual parameters, on aspects of neuroanatomical lesions and on physiological parameters that reflect the movements of speech mechanism.
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Author Margaret Fish presents students, academics, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with the second edition of her comprehensive guide to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of childhood apraxia of speech (CAS).
Key words: aphasia, apraxia of speech, discourse production, mental practice, multisyllabic words, phoneme production, phonomotor rehabilitation, repetition, verbal production, words of increasing length.
Children with apraxia of speech are unable to produce the sounds for speech so as to be understood, despite having the ability to do so.
For example, EPG has been used to effectively treat speech production in patients with apraxia of speech (Howard & Varley, 1995), various forms of dysarthria (Gibbon & Wood, 2003; Hartelius, Theodoros, & Murdoch, 2005) cleft palate (Scobbie, Wood, & Wrench, 2004) Down's syndrome (Gibbon, McNeill, Wood, & Watson, 2003) and school-aged children who stutter (Craig et al.
The first group includes reports on the potential effects of new treatments for poststroke aprosodia, apraxia of speech, spatial-cognitive disorders, and word retrieval in aphasia.
com)-- Oana Hogrefe Photography is delighted to announce the Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA) as the beneficiary of the 2014 Childhood Calendar fundraising journey.
Ideomotor, limb, or buccofacial apraxia, as well as apraxia of speech, may be associated with acute and protracted dysphagia and should be studied.