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Bubble Blowing is used to teach:
Final position consonant deletions can be due to:
Grading is the controlled segmentation of movement based upon strength/ stability/dissociation.
Graduated Bite Blocks are used:
Highly flavored therapy tools are used to:
Homework is based on the highest level of function before failure.
It is acceptable to let all clients hold the horn during therapy.
It is important to wear therapy gloves that fit:
Lip protrusion exercises also address:
Oral-Motor therapy is used in combination with traditional speech therapy.
Prolonged suckling should be encouraged for clients with Down Syndrome.
SLP’s should not work on normalizing oral sensory deficits.
Stability in the body is optional for oral-motor intervention.
The criteria to begin working on velo-pharyngeal functioning is completion of:
The Horn Blowing Hierarchy addresses:
The lips develop in the following pattern of dissociation:
The muscles that are used in feeding are the same muscles that are used in speech.
The primary articulator in vowel sound production is the:
The Straw Drinking Hierarchy addresses the goal of lip:
The Straw Drinking Hierarchy addresses the goal of:
The tongue develops in the following hierarchy:
Therapy gloves should be used whenever you work inside a client’s mouth.
Tongue exercises must be completed before starting on jaw exercises.
When intelligibility breaks down on the conversation level, you should first evaluate: