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List 3 alternative assessment aproaches.
1. Ethnographic interviews
2. Inventories and work sample analysis
3. Dynamic assessment
True or False. When gathering information from parents for case history, use professional terms and jargons so you appear to be very knowledgeable.
False
True or False. You need to obtain consent from the parents of a client before sharing information about the client's therapy sessions with the client's psychologist.
True
True or False. The case history does not need to contain the interviewer's name and job title.
False
True or False. A speech-language pathologist can guarantee a client's recovery or skill acquisition.
False
What are diadochokinetic tasks?
Diadochokinetic tasks are tasks that involve repetitive movements or speech sounds to evaluate the functional adequacy of the oral mechanism.
List four goals of language diagnosis.
1. Determine nature of complaint
2. Determine existence of language disorder
3. Determine concomitant factors
4. Prediction of the course of the language problem.
True or False. Informal observations are important aspects of language disorders diagnosis in children.
True
List some concomitant factors to language disorders in children.
1. Hearing status
2. Home environment
3. Cognition
Define the following terms:
1. Impairment
2. Disability
1. Impairment is the loss or abnormality of a function or structure.
2. Disability is the reduction in function of a structure.
What is a prognostic statement?
A prognostic statement is a cautious prediction about the outcomes with and without interventions.
List some variables the client demonstrates that affects prognostic conclusions.
1. Client motivation
2. Client's stimulability or response to trial intervention
3. Client's medical, development and therapeutic histories
True or False. The most important tool in voice evaluation is your brain.
True
True or False. The interpretation of most clinical data lies with the combination of measures, rather than a single measure.
True
True or False. The Porch Index of Communicative Ability tests all aspects of language modalities in patients with aphasia
False
True or False. Behaviors that characterize apraxia of speech often coincide with aphasia
True
True or False. Two primary motor speech disorders are apraxia of speech and dysarthria.
True
List three assessment tools used in assessing motor speech disorders.
1. Perceptual
2. Acoustic
3. Physiologic
List 3 imaging techniques of the velopharyngeal system.
1. Ultrasonography
2. Oral Endoscopy
3. Nasopharyngoscopy
Why is swallowing evaluation important for patients with dysarthria.
Some patients with dysarthria have weakness in the swallowing structures and many of them are silent aspirators.