Posts Tagged Down syndrome

Effects of an intensive voice treatment on articulatory function and speech intelligibility in children with motor speech disorders: A phase one study

Our results indicate that by focusing on a single target (healthy vocal loudness), clinicians may also observe positive therapeutic changes to articulatory function and intelligibility.

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Intensive speech therapy (LSVT LOUD) for clients with Down syndrome and cerebral palsy – one clinician’s experience.

“We started using the LOUD program with a teen and 4-year-old with Down syndrome. Both families reported their child to be easier to understand, more talkative, more fluent, and had multiple unsolicited feedback from teachers, friends, distant family members, and church acquaintances about these changes…” Read on to learn more.

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LSVT LOUD is an intensive, neuroplasticity-based treatment that addresses a range of communication impairments and is personalized to the unique communication goals of each child.

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