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Apraxia vs dysarthri

Difference between apraxia of speech and dysarthria

Client has an absence of significant paresis, paralysis, ataxia, incoordination of the speech muscles apraxia of speech
The client has little difficulty with involuntary motor acts like chewing swallowing, sucking, and licking apraxia of speech
Client has inconsistency in articulation performance and has difficulty in predicting errors. apraxia of speech
The most common types of articulation errors with this disorder are substitutions and repetitions, and occasional metathetic errors apraxia of speech
As speaking rate is increased, articulation is improved apraxia of speech
The client produces more accurate speech production in spontaneous speech, and does more poorly when imitating or doing reading activities. apraxia of speech
There is a discrepancy between voluntary, purposeful, and spontaneous reflexive performance apraxia of speech
The prosody of speech is affected by repetitions, hesitations, and groping for the correct articulation places. apraxia of speech
As length and complexity of words increases the articulation performance decreases apraxia of speech
Results of motor programming deficiency apraxia of speech
Oral nonverbal apraxia are often present apraxia of speech
Clients have paresis, paralysis, ataxia, incoordination, and involuntary movements. dysarthria
Clients have difficulty with chewing, swallowing, licking, sucking. dysarthria
Speech errors are consistent and predictable dysarthria
Clients show little difficulty with speech initiations, selection or phonemes, and sequencing phonemes dysarthria
Articulation errors are mostly distortions dysarthria
The more speech rate is increases, the less intelligible speech is. dysarthria
Speech production accuracy does not very between spontaneous speech, reading, or imitating activities. dysarthria
Accuracy of articulation does not vary dysarthria
Speech is often slow and labored showing strain and tension dysarthria
Articulation performance is not affected by word length. dysarthria
Results of motor execution deficiency dysarthria
Client doesn't have oral nonverbal apraxia dysarthria
Created by: pence



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