Speech Sound Disorders

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Which term is sometimes preferred when describing children's speech to acknowledge the delay in their speech development?

Protracted phonological development

What are the two primary types of speech sound disorders?

Articulation disorders and phonemic disorders

What are articulation disorders based on?

Difficulty learning to physically produce the intended phonemes

Which articulators are involved in articulation disorders?

Lips and teeth

Do speech sound disorders only occur in childhood?

No, residual errors may persist into adulthood

Which type of speech sound disorder is based on difficulty learning to physically produce the intended phonemes?

Articulation disorders

Which term is sometimes preferred when describing children's speech to emphasize the continuing development while acknowledging the delay?

Protracted phonological development

Which type of speech sound disorder is also called phonological disorders?

Phonemic disorders

Which type of speech sound disorder may have both articulation and phonological problems?

Mixed disorders

Do residual errors from speech sound disorders only persist into adulthood?

It depends on the individual

Study Notes

Speech Sound Disorders

  • Developmental Delay: A term sometimes preferred when describing children's speech to acknowledge the delay in their speech development.
  • Types of Speech Sound Disorders: Two primary types of speech sound disorders exist.

Articulation Disorders

  • Based on: Articulation disorders are based on the incorrect production of speech sounds due to incorrect placement, voicing, or manner of articulation.
  • Involved Articulators: Lips, tongue, teeth, and palate are the articulators involved in articulation disorders.

Characteristics of Speech Sound Disorders

  • Not limited to childhood: Speech sound disorders do not only occur in childhood.
  • Difficulty in Physical Production: Articulation Disorders are based on difficulty learning to physically produce the intended phonemes.
  • Continuing Development: Developmental Delay is a term sometimes preferred when describing children's speech to emphasize the continuing development while acknowledging the delay.

Phonological Disorders

  • Alternative term: Phonological Disorders are also known as Speech Sound Disorders.
  • Combination of Problems: Mixed Disorders are a type of speech sound disorder that may have both articulation and phonological problems.

Residual Errors

  • Persistence into Adulthood: Residual errors from speech sound disorders do not always persist into adulthood.

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