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I have a 1st grade student omitting /k/ and fronting for /g/. I did a basic oral mech exam and he appears to have typical structures. He has a very sensitive
I don't know if this is the best place to be asking this since this site seems to be mainly focused on English, but I guess it's worth a shot. I've had
Hi! I am currently seeing a student whom I suspect might have a mild case of childhood apraxia of speech, but I would like some clarification. He seems
I administered the TAPS-4 to one of my students. What may be some reasons that he scored in the 16th percentile for processing oral directions subtest
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I have a patient who has NO lingual frenulum- I've never seen this before and there is only one case of it reported in the world currently in Saudi Arabia.
My 18 month old doesn't speak yet, and he can only babble aaah, and at. He can say mama but only when asked. But no other vowels or consanants.( I know
I have a client with CAS, I wonder whether a motor approach such as DTTC may be more effective than a functional approach such as core vocabulary
I am 25 years old male. Recently I've been having problems with my voice. My voice tends to squeak and creak and sometimes just disappear when I'm out