Oral-motor activities for school-aged children
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Oral-motor activities for school-aged children

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Published by LinguiSystems .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Children,
  • Language,
  • Speech therapy for children

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages171
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10900921M
ISBN 100760601402
ISBN 109780760601402
OCLC/WorldCa37759679

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Refreshing Your Therapy Routine for School-aged Children with CAS: A New Look at Meaningful and Fun Strategies and Activities Thank you for watching this course! You are about to begin the quiz to submit for ASHA CEUs. Resource Guide to Oral Motor Skill Difficulties in Children with Down Syndrome By Libby Kumin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Loyola College, Columbia, MD Why does my child have difficulty with feeding, drinking and speech?Infants, toddlers, and children with Down syndrome have anatomical (structural) andphysiological (functional) differences in the mouth and. Improving Overall Intelligibility TM Skills Ages Grades articulation phonology speech intelligibility 3 through 12 PreK through 7 Evidence-Based Practice Typical speech intelligibility criteria suggests that speech should be % intelligible by 2;0; % intelligible by 2;6; and % intelligible by 3;0 (Weiss, ). Children who are not understood by unfamiliar adults by age . Parents may overlook the implications of oral motor disorders that can affect young children’s ability in pronunciation and speech. With the aim to enrich parents’ understanding of oral-motor disorders and its influence on language development of young children, this book is compiled to highlight oral-motor therapy in the areas of drooling, swallowing, blowing and sucking, and .