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Speech Path II

Speech Path II Exam 2

QuestionAnswer
Client Specific Measures Assessment designed for a specific person
Reliability if repeated the scores will be consistant
Validity Measures onlt targeted skills
Target word selection Client specific and functional
Modeling A clinicians production of a correct resopnce that may lead to imitation by client
Fading the cading of cues throught out treatmemt sessiona
Dementia an acquired meurological syndrome associated with progressinve deterioration in intellectual skills and general behavior
Deliriu, impaired consciousness associated with cognitive deficits
Neurofibrillary Tangles A structure in nerve cell body which are thikened, twisted and tangled in AD patients
Neurritic Plaques minute areas of cortical and subcortical tissue degeneration with AD patients
Created by: BLA3171