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What does AOS stand for?
AOS stands for Apraxia of Speech
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The topics include normal vowel development, the acoustic measurement of vowels, recurring patterns and idiosyncratic systems in some English children with vowel disorders, vowel production in childhood and acquired apraxia of speech, vowel perception in listeners with cochlear implants, and the clinical phonology of vowel disorders.
The Speech and Language Explorers program, which provides support for children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech and other speech and language disorders in a brand new therapy center, is now accepting enrollments for January and the 2012-2013 school year.
This rehabilitation study investigated the effects of an intensive phonomotor rehabilitation program on a 73-year-old male, 11 years poststroke, who exhibited apraxia of speech and aphasia.
Singing as therapy for apraxia of speech and aphasia: Report of a case study.
The system also has applications for people seeking accent modification and those with hearing impairments, cleft-palates, cochlear implants, apraxia of speech, problems swallowing, cerebral palsy and many other disorders affecting speech.
The discussion of treating apraxia of speech has been expanded and reorganized to reflect current research, and more treatment information is given on hypokinetic and hyperkinetic dysarthria.
The Xpress device is ideal for helping individuals living with communication challenges arising from autism, Down syndrome, stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI) and apraxia of speech providing fast and functional method of communication, face-to-face or electronically.