Phonological or Articulation Disorder
Research has shown that speech language professionals should obtain data on several aspects of speech-sound production in order to make an accurate assessment. Chapter 9 of Introduction to Communication Disorders reviews normal speech-sound development in children and disorders related to phonology and articulation. How would you determine if a child has a phonological impairment or a motor-speech/articulation disorder? How would your treatment approach differ depending on the diagnosis? Consider specific assessments and intervention approaches, as well as other evidence-based approaches, in formulating your response.
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