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Phonetic tx approach

Types of phonetic treatment approaches for artic/phon. disorders

Phonetic placement instruction in specific placement of the articulators to produce speech sounds.
Palatometric instrument The use of a pseudopalate to provide visual feedback for the client.
Stimulus approach production practice of a target sound that gets progressively more complex linguistically
Wedge Using two or more speech sounds simultaneously that have dissimilar phonetic features.
Multiple phonemic approach Using target production of all the error sounds at the same time, each going at its own rate.
Motokinesthetic approach The clinician manipulates the articulators of the client.
PROMPT The use of multidisciplinary tactile prompts to guide the articulation mechanism to produce speech sounds.
Nonsense material simultaneous auditory training and speech production. Sounds are targeted at a nonmeaningful level before moving to a meaningful level.
sensory-motor approach bisyllable and trisyllable drill for multisensory awareness of speech sound patterns and production of error sounds in facilitating phonetic contexts that are gradually expanded
paired stimuli use key words paired with words in which the target sound is produced incorrectly at the word, sentence, and conversational levels
integral stimulation imitation of clinician's multisensory models in stimulable sounds
stimulability enhancement production of consonants in isolation of CV to increase number of stimulable sounds
Programmed instruction specification of stimuli, client responses, and consequences (i.e. positive and negative reinforcement) in small sequential steps.
Heterogeneous group Incorporates all types of communication problems in a group setting, targeting sounds from whole to part and back to whole
Traditional approach includes: stimulus, wedge, and multiple phonemic approaches
The artiuclator placement/movement approach includes: phonetic placement and palatometric instrument
Tactile-kinethetic approach includes: motokinesthetic and PROMPT
Phonetic context approach includes: sensory-motor and paired-stimuli approaches
Behavior modification includes: programmed instruction.
Created by: pence



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