Flashcards in 3.9 Type of Treatment Model Deck (15)
Appropriate therapy strategies found where?
In speech motor control theory
Feedback should be ________________ and ________________
How do you facilitate articulation placement?
Use one correct posture to facilitate another
_____________ sound substitutions should be recognized
____________ of therapy is often the key to progress
What are oral motor exercises?
Oral motor exercises isolate oral structures and do not incorporate coordination of respiration, laryngeal and velopharyngeal movements
What is the evidence behind oral motor exercises?
these are not backed by evidence based practice
Should we target blowing/oral motor exercises to improve resonance or "stregthen" the palate
- We should not target this, we need to target speech to improve speech.
Blowing can be done initially to do what?
facilitate the teaching of oral airflow. Once established transition immediately to sibilant sounds.
What are ineffective therapy techniques?
- Non-speech oral motor exercises
- Icing, brushing, and massage
- Blowing, sucking, and gagging exercises and programs (horns and straws)
- Vibratory stimulation
- Thermal stimulation
- Play based therapy - not good for articulation
What is the phonological cycle not recommended for?
for compensatory errors
Most craniofacial SLPs ____ ______ recommend a phonological cycle approach
Why don't craniofacial SLPs recommend using the phonological cycle approach?
- Seen as ineffectual in children returning for subsequent evaluations
- Is this a concern for all children in phonological cycle approach administered in school settings, or only children with cleft palate?
Use ______ ________ approach: appropriate therapy strategies founded in speech motor control theory
Frequency and feedback is key