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Improving speech and eating skills in children with autism spectrum disorders

Maureen A. Flanagan

Improving speech and eating skills in children with autism spectrum disorders

an oral-motor program for home and school

by Maureen A. Flanagan

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Published by Autism Asperger Pub. Co. in Shawnee Mission, Kan .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Autistic children -- Language.,
  • Mastication disorders.,
  • Psychomotor disorders in children.,
  • Speech therapy for children.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementMaureen A. Flanagan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ506.A9 F585 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination121 p. :
    Number of Pages121
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22507526M
    ISBN 101934575232
    ISBN 109781934575239
    LC Control Number2008924314

      Emerging interventions for children with autism: Longitudinal and lifestyle implications. In R. L. Koegel & L. K. Koegel (Eds.), Teaching children with autism strategies for initiating positive interactions and improving learning opportunities (pp. 1 — 15). Baltimore: Brookes. Google Scholar. Improving Speech and Eating Skills in Children with Many treatment programs encourage verbal imitation and production without addressing the oral hypersensitivities that often inhibit the ability to produce verbal language in children with autism spectrum disorders.

    Autism is part of a group of neurological disorders that may involve impaired communication as well as impaired social interaction and cognitive skills. Known as autism spectrum disorder or ASD.   I am a student clinician in Dr. S R Chandrashekar Institute of speech and hearing and providing speech therapy for a child (years) to improve his inferencing skills. I need your help in doing so - what techniques should I use and please explain? Ask the Expert.

    Most children with autism show developmental differences early in life, usually involving their ability to communicate. But new University of Michigan research examines the 20 to 40 percent of. Many treatment programs encourage verbal imitation and production without addressing the oral hypersensitivities that often inhibit the ability to produce verbal language in children with autism spectrum disorders. This guide introduces an oral-motor protocol designed to enhance the child s ability to produce more normal movement patterns. It is.


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Speech and language impairment is one of the defining characteristics of Autism. It’s a question that often bothers speech therapists and parents alike. It’s not just that Speech Therapy applies only to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder; it is equally effective for typically developing children if you want them to improve on their respective communication skills.

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It is accompanied by activities that can be incorporated into the child's daily schedule at.Approximately 10 percent of children with ASD show “savant” skills, or extremely high abilities in specific areas, such as memorization, calendar calculation, music, or math.

Uneven language development. Many children with ASD develop some speech and language skills, but not to a normal level of ability, and their progress is usually uneven.