Improving Intelligibility in Apraxia and Dysarthria – Online Lecture

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In this video seminar, Pam Marshalla discusses ten pathways to improving intelligibility in children with severe expressive speech disorders including apraxia and dysarthria. The class contains information on building intelligibility by working on vowels, syllables, prosody, rhythm, jaw mobility, jaw stability, voice, resonance, stridency, and place of articulation. Lecture and small group activities are used during this very practical presentation.

Offered: ASHA/0.5 Introductory Level, Professional Area

This five-hour video seminar is available to watch on-demand online for ASHA CEUs through which offers annual subscriptions for as low as $89 or courses can be purchased individually.

3 reviews for Improving Intelligibility in Apraxia and Dysarthria – Online Lecture

  1. Lee Jacobsen

    Your workshop on improving intelligibility in apraxia and dysarthria was tremendous – one of the best professional development sessions I have attended in a very long time. Thanks for a great experience!

  2. Anonymous

    Pam is SO entertaining and knowledgable! I learned a lot that I will use in therapy.

  3. Shelley Miligan, SLP

    You kept my attention for 5 hours… that is most excellent as my mind tends to wander during presentations! Information was basic and down to business.

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