SPEECH SOUND DISORDER
Resources for Patients and Caregivers
A speech sound disorder means a child has trouble saying certain sounds and words past the expected age. A child with an articulation disorder has problems making certain sounds the right way. A child with phonological process disorder regularly makes certain word speech mistakes.
Wiki Number: 47-Speech Sounds Disorder
7 Strategies To Help Speech Sound Difficulties In Your Child
Amazon or Library Book: Grades 3-6 SPED: Following Directions
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)Support Group: asha.org; 800-638-8255
(American Speech and Hearing Association
(This is an organization of professionals,
but they may be provide referrals for paid services.)
Resources for Physicians, Counselors and Researchers
4 CURRENT ARTICLES
The world-wide medical research
reports chosen for each diagnosis
Clicking each title opens the
PubMed article’s summary-abstract.
- Gross, Fine and Visual-Motor Skills in Children with Language Disorder, Speech Sound Disorder and Their Combinationby Cristiana Varuzza on January 21, 2023
Increasing evidence shows that children with Communication Disorders (CDs) may show gross, fine, and visual-motor difficulties compared to children with typical development. Accordingly, the present study aims to characterize gross, fine and visual-motor skills in children with CDs, distinguishing children with CDs into three subgroups, i.e., with Language Disorders (LD), Speech Sound Disorders (SSD), and LD + SSD. In Experiment 1, around 60% of children with CDs (4 to 7 years; 21 with LD, 36...
- Tutorial: Using Visual-Acoustic Biofeedback for Speech Sound Trainingby Elaine R Hitchcock on January 9, 2023
CONCLUSION: Integrating a VAB component in clinical practice offers additional intervention options for individuals with speech sound difficulties and often facilitates improved speech sound acquisition and generalization outcomes.
- The Effect of Somatosensory Input on Word Recognition in Typical Children and Those With Speech Sound Disorderby Rana Abu-Zhaya on January 5, 2023
CONCLUSION: We argue that these findings provide evidence for altered perceptual motor pathways in children with SSD.
- Speech Error Variability and Phonological Awareness in Preschoolersby Elizabeth Roepke on December 29, 2022
CONCLUSION: Children with high levels of segmental variability have poor phonological awareness, likely due to unstable phonological representations.