5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Ear Malformation
- Cleft palate can be caused by
- Dysarthric speech
- Medialization Thyroplasty
- Flaccid Dysarthria
- a surgical procedure which moves the paralyzed vocal fold closer to the mid glottis to allow better compensation by the unaffected fold
- b due to some disorder in the nervous system, which in turn hinders control over, for example, the tongue, throat, lips or lungs. Swallowing problems (dysphagia) are often present.
- c is most frequently associated with significant dysphagia
- d genetic factors interacting with environmental factors
- e individuals diagnosed with having hemifacial microsomia are also most likely to have this
5 Multiple choice questions
- a clients behavior is most usefully compared to what is normal for a person in that age range
- the nature and frequency of the childs repetitions
- restoration of oral communication
- is a specific form of muscle tension, dysphonia, characterised by excessive abduction of the vocal cords. This means that the vocal folds are not able to come together or adduct sufficiently in order to produce voice.
- chewing, face and mouth touch and pain
5 True/False questions
A functional communication tx objective → is best described by exploitation of available repertoire and metalinguisteic activities-incorporating new materal into the total existing language system
Hyperadduction → is a spcific form of muscle tension dysphonia characterised by excessive adduction or coming together of the vocal folds. Habitual use of a hyperadductive phonatory pattern can lead to the developement of vocal fold pathologies such as nodules or polyps
Symptoms of Hyperabduction → is a specific form of muscle tension, dysphonia, characterised by excessive abduction of the vocal cords. This means that the vocal folds are not able to come together or adduct sufficiently in order to produce voice.
Interjudge reliability → manipulated or selected by the researcher to determine its effect on the dependent variable(ex. manipulating vocal loudness to see its effect on prosodic Fo and durational variables)
Developmental apraxia of speech → symptoms include-articulation characterised by groping, inconsistency, and errors of sound and syllable sequencing