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  1. Speech Sound Disorders in Children, In Honor of Lawrence D. Shriberg by Rhea Paul, Jr. Peter Flipsen, 2009-11-01
  2. Therapy Guide for Language and Speech Disorders, Volume 1: A Selection of Stimulus Materials by Kathryn Kilpatrick, 1977-01
  3. Hegde's PocketGuide to Communication Disorders by M.N. Hegde, 2007-07-12
  4. Childhood Speech, Language, and Listening Problems by Patricia McAleer Hamaguchi, 2010-09-14
  5. Improving Speech and Eating Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders - An Oral Motor Program for Home and School by Maureen A. Flanagan, This is an excellent resource for anyone who works with children with autism spectrum disorders, et all 2008-06-09
  6. Communication and Communication Disorders: A Clinical Introduction (3rd Edition) by Elena M. Plante, Pelagie M. Beeson, 2007-07-27
  7. Speech Class Rules by Ronda M. Wojcicki, 2007-09-01
  8. Treatment of Language Disorders in Children (Communication and Language Intervention Series)
  9. Assessment in Speech-Language Pathology: A Resource Manual by Kenneth G. Shipley, Julie G. McAfee, 2008-10-06
  10. Clinical Management of Motor Speech Disorders in Children
  11. Terminology of Communication Disorders: Speech-Language-Hearing by Lucille; Harryman, Elizabeth; Kresheck, Janet Nicolisi, 1978
  12. Therapy Techniques for Cleft Palate Speech and Related Disorders by Karen Golding Kushner, 2000-11-10
  13. Here's How to Do Therapy: Hands-On Core Skills in Speech Language Pathology by Debra M. Dwight, 2005-11-01
  14. Reference Manual for Communicative Sciences and Disorders: Speech and Language by Raymond D. Kent, 1994-01

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24. IRSC - Communication Disorders
of latetalking children diagnosed with or suspected of having Apraxia of Speech, Dyspraxia, Dysarthria or Oral Motor speech disorders. Disord

25. Healthfinder® - Speech Disorders
Carefully selected government and nonprofit health information on speech disorders.

26. Healthfinder® - Speech Disorders
Carefully selected government and nonprofit health information on speech disorders.

27. Speech Disorder - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
speech disorders, or speech impediments as they are also called, Schoolage children with a speech disorder are often placed in special education
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Speech disorders , or speech impediments as they are also called, are a type of communication disorders where 'normal' speech is disrupted. This can mean stuttering lisps vocal dysphonia etc.
Classifying speech into normal and disordered is more problematic than it first seems. By a strict classification, only 5% to 10% of the population have a completely normal (with respect to all parameters) and healthy voice, all others suffer from one disorder or another. Dysphonia , that is, incomplete functionality of the vocal folds , is one of the most common and can be observed as, for example, an unusual roughness of the voice. Stuttering is also quite common, about 7% of the population suffer from it at some point in life. edit
There are various causes of speech impediments, such as "hearing loss, neurological disorders, brain injury, mental retardation, drug abuse, physical impairments such as cleft lip or palate, and vocal abuse or misuse." However, in many cases the cause is unknown (1).

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Speech disorders Many people with Parkinson’s disease suffer from dysarthria, a speech disorder related to the language motor centres. In fact, according to recent studies, at least 75% of people affected will have dysarthria to varying degrees during the course of their disease. The difficulties observed result mainly from a limitation in or a lack of coordination of the muscles involved in speaking. To better understand the scope of this disorder, it should be remembered that speech is supported by respiration, which also underlies other functions: Voice, articulation, and prosody (rhythm, stress and flow rate). Although there may be variations between individuals, the speech characteristics observed in people with Parkinson’s disease are essentially the following: Voice and respiration Change in vocal quality: The voice may become hoarse, faint and sometimes wavering. The strength of the voice decreases, causing it to become faint with little carrying power. The respiratory capacity required for voice production is also more limited, and the person feels as if he/she does not have enough breath to finish speaking. Articulation The range of movements involved in articulation is reduced. Articulation becomes less precise and certain syllables are sometimes skipped.

29. Speech Disorders
. speech disorders affect the language and mechanics, the content of speech, or the function of language in communication.......speech disorders

30. Neurogenic Speech
Motor speech disorders A Treatment Guide, Mosby. Freed, D. (2000). Motor speech disorders Diagnsosis and Treatment, Singular. Love, RJ (2000). speech disorders/neuro title page.htm
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Brodal, Per (1992). The Central Nervous System Structure and Function, Oxford University Press
Duffy, J. (1995). Motor Speech Disorders: Substrates, Differential Diagnosis, and Management, Mosby
Dworkin, J. P. (1991). Motor Speech Disorders: A Treatment Guide, Mosby
Freed, D. (2000). Motor Speech Disorders: Diagnsosis and Treatment, Singular
Vogel, D. and Cannito M. P. (2001). Treating Disordered Speech Motor Control For Clinicians by Clnicians (2nd Edition), Pro-ed
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31. Health Care Information Resources Speech Disorders Links
speech disorders Apraxia-Kids for anyone interested in apraxia or dyspraxia of speech, from CASANA; speech disorders - Childhood Apraxia of Speech
The address of this page is:
Speech Disorders Links
For more information, see: Aphasia , also in the Illness section of this resource.
For more information, see: Learning disabilities , also in the Illness section of this resource.
For more information, see: Speech therapy , also in the Illness section of this resource.
For more information, see: Speech therapists , in the section of this resource.
For more information, see: Stuttering , in the Illness section of this resource.
  • Speech disorders - Apraxia-Kids for anyone interested in apraxia or dyspraxia of speech, from CASANA
  • Speech disorders - Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association dedicated to children with speech apraxia
  • Speech disorders - Developmental Apraxia of Speech and Related Issues helping children who have difficulty
  • Speech disorders - Ontario Association For Families of Children with Communication Disorders
  • Speech disorders - Expressive Communication Help Organization: ECHO apraxia support in Toronto, ON
  • Speech disorders - Speech Teach UK British site for parents and professionals
  • Speech disorders - Apraxia Guide created by the mother of a child with apraxia of speech
  • Speech disorders - Center for Speech and Language Disorders helping children with speech disorders in Chicago, IL
  • 32. Criteria For Determining Disability In Speech-Language Disorders: Summary Of Evi
    versions directly reviewed in this report), and one for child speech disorders. None of the instruments we reviewed for either adult speech disorders or
    Evidence Report/Technology Assessment: Number 52
    Criteria for Determining Disability in Speech-Language Disorders
    Under its Evidence-based Practice Program , the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) is developing scientific information for other agencies and organizations on which to base clinical guidelines, performance measures, and other quality improvement tools. Contractor institutions review all relevant scientific literature on assigned clinical care topics and produce evidence reports and technology assessments, conduct research on methodologies and the effectiveness of their implementation, and participate in technical assistance activities. Select for PDF version (49 KB). PDF Help Overview Reporting the Evidence Methodology ... Availability of Full Report
    Approximately 42 million people (1 in 6) in the United States have some type of communication disorder. Of these, 28 million have communication disorders associated with hearing loss, and 14 million have disorders of speech, voice, and/or language not associated with hearing loss. The personal and societal costs of these disorders are high. On a personal level, such disorders may affect nearly every aspect of daily life. Estimates of annual societal costs in the United States range from $30 billion to $154 billion in lost productivity, special education, and medical costs. Over the last several decades, researchers and clinicians have developed a vast array of assessment instruments for speech, voice, and language; one source reviewing commercially available assessment instruments includes more than 140 tools in its most recent edition. Important clinical decisions follow from the assessment of a person with a communication disorder. These clinical decisions affect an individual's access to services and funding (e.g., eligibility for special education services, third-party payer coverage of treatment, and Social Security disability income).

    33. National MS Society | Sourcebook: Speech And Swallowing Disorders
    Speech and Swallowing Disorders. From The MS Information Sourcebook, speech disorders are fairly common in MS. Speech patterns are controlled by many\Sourcebook-Speech.asp
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    Speech and Swallowing Disorders From The MS Information Sourcebook , produced by the National MS Society. dysarthrias Long Pauses is a Common Problem
    One pattern that is commonly associated with MS is so-called "scanning'" speech. Scanning dysarthria produces speech in which the normal "melody" or speech pattern is disrupted, with abnormally long pauses between words or individual syllables of words. Words are Slurred or Sound Nasal
    People with MS may also slur words. This is usually the result of weakness and/or incoordination of the muscles of the tongue, lips, cheeks, and mouth. Other speech problems include explosive dysarthrias, or nasal speech, which sounds as though the person has a cold or nasal obstruction. Dysarthrias are commonly associated with other symptoms caused by lesions in the brainstem. These include tremor, head shaking, or incoordination. Therapists can Evaluate and Help Improve Speech
    Many people can be aided by a speech/language pathologist or speech/language therapist, who can evaluate and help to improve speech patterns, enunciation, and oral communication in general.

    34. THE MERCK MANUAL OF GERIATRICS, Ch. 45, Speech Disorders
    Section 6. Neurologic Disorders. Chapter 45. speech disorders. Topics Introduction Aging and Speech Aphasia Dysarthria Verbal Apraxia

    35. Speech Disorders Communication Disorders Language Disorders
    Research speech disorders at the online library.

    36. Discovery Health :: Diseases & Conditions :: Speech Disorders In Children
    Speech is defined as the use of the voice to express ideas. It is the same as talking or speaking. Some infants are born with disabilities that interfere

    37. Youth With Special Needs- Speech/Language Disorders
    speech disorders refer to difficulties in producing speech sounds or problems with People with speech disorders have trouble using some speech sounds.

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    Speech/Language Disorders
    Speech and language disorders refer to problems in communication and related areas. They can range from simple sound substitutions to the inability to understand or use language. Some causes would be hearing loss, neurological disorders, brain injury, mental retardation, drug abuse, cleft lip or palate, and vocal abuse or misuse. Frequently, the cause is unknown. It is estimated that one of every ten persons in the United States is affected by a communication disorder.
    Speech disorders refer to difficulties in producing speech sounds or problems with voice quality. Disorders would include
    • Stuttering (dysfluency) an interruption in the flow or rhythm of speech. Articulation or phonological problems with the way sounds are formed. Other difficulties with pitch, volume, or quality of voice.
    People with speech disorders have trouble using some speech sounds. They may say "see" when they mean "ski" or have trouble with sounds like "I" or "R."

    38. BrainTalk Communities - Speech Disorders
    Online patient support groups for healthcare and neurology.
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  • 39. BrainTalk Communities - Speech Disorders
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    40. AllRefer Health - Speech Disorders (Articulation Deficiency, Dysfluency, Voice D
    speech disorders (Articulation Deficiency, Dysfluency, Voice Disorders) information center covers causes, prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment,

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    Alternate Names : Articulation Deficiency, Dysfluency, Voice Disorders Definition Speech disorders include several speech-related problems that result in impaired or ineffective oral communication. Also see speech impairment Speech is one of the primary ways we communicate with our environment. It is also an effective way to monitor normal growth and development as well as to identify potential problems.
    Dysfluencies are rhythm disorders that are usually characterized by the repetition of a sound, word, or phrase.

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