This document discusses why nonspeech oral motor exercises do not work for cleft palate therapy. / Este documento explica porque los ejercicios motores orales no trabajan para la terapia de paladar hendido.
In this module, Cate introduces the DDPE module series by discussing why it is so important to get an accurate diagnosis. She does so by demonstrating a real-life evaluation step by step.
In this second module, Cate reviews the critical questions that should be asked of the parent during an evaluation and begins the first part of the interview with Alex’s mother.
In this third video module, Cate continues on with the critical questions that need to be answered during the parent interview.
In this video module, Cate introduces the child being evaluated for this case study and begins the evaluation by using a variety of materials available on LEADERSproject.org.
In this module, Cate continues with the evaluation by performing an assessment of Alex’s speech and articulation through the use of an articulation screener from the PLS-5.
In this module Cate discusses using dynamic assessment using repetition of nonwords, sentences and syllables (Dollaghan & Campbell, 1998) to help confirm Alex’s diagnosis of developmental apraxia.
This module reviews how Cate combines all the information gathered during the assessment and puts it together into a diagnosis and final report.
In this module, Cate reviews the conclusions of the evaluation and works to develop goals that will provide the support that Alex really needs.
This resource, originally published in 1997, consists of reviews of standardized tests that are intended to measure language and communication skills. This volume is one in a series of guides for assessment in the New York City Public Schools.