Evidence Based Treatment of Residual /R/ Errors
The most common residual speech error in American English is “R” /ɹ/. Using examples of recent articulatory imaging techniques, this presentation reviewed the core elements needed to produce /ɹ/ and the variation among speakers. The main elements of /ɹ/ production were then used to emphasize common cueing strategies to elicit /ɹ/ from children who are not yet stimulable. Practice strategies were described, including early treatment emphasis on principles of acquisition, later emphasis on principles of motor learning, and Speech Motor Chaining as a bridge between acquisition and learning. Emerging treatment approaches were be discussed.
5 mins - Disclosures, Introduction
25 mins - Review of current research
50 mins - Objectives
Describe 5 articulatory elements of correct /ɹ/ production, and at least one cueing strategy for each
Describe 5 principles of acquisition and give an example of how to implement them in /ɹ/ therapy
Describe 5 principles of motor learning and give an example of how to implement them in /ɹ/ therapy
30 mins - Results and Recommendations
10 mins - Q&A
ASHA: 0.2 ASHA CEUs,
CA SLPAHB: 2 hrs
CMH: 2 hrs
About the Presenter
Financial— Dr. Preston received a speaking fee from the Lavi Institute/Power Up Conference
Nonfinancial— No relevant nonfinancial relationship exists.
- Describe 5 articulatory elements of correct /ɹ/ production, and at least one cueing strategy for each
- Describe 5 principles of acquisition and give an example of how to implement them in /ɹ/ therapy
- Describe 5 principles of motor learning and give an example of how to implement them in /ɹ/ therapy
Satisfactory Course Completion Requirements
This course must be watched in its entirety. In order to receive the CMH or the CEU certificate, a quiz is required to be completed with 80% success.
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