Expressive language goals focus on an individual’s use of language. This post will explain how to write goals to address expressive language in intervention using the Communication Community Goal Writing Formula!
Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder that has a significant range in terms of its severity. There are actually 7 different classifications of dysarthria and we will discuss the clinical implications of each. Additionally, we will look at how dysarthria differs from other motor speech disorders.
Apraxia of speech (AOS) is a type of motor speech disorder. It may be acquired or developmental. An SLP can provide treatment for AOS. There are specific characteristics which distinguish it from other speech disorders.
What exactly are AAC accessories and why are they important? I have the tablet itself but do I need anything else? In this post, we will share some of our favorite AAC device (i.e., high tech/speech generating) accessories and how they can increase use and function of one’s AAC or AT system.
Aphasia is a language disorder that is acquired after a brain injury. Its effects are seen in the way someone understands and/or expresses language. This post will elaborate on the different types of aphasia, causes, and symptoms.