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a disturbance of public order or peace. Its existence may trigger extended police powers.
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Perceptions of parents/guardians of children with phonological disorders about the phonological disorders and the speech therapy.
Occurrence of devoicing in phonological disorders: relationship with most affected phonemes, severity of the disorder and age.
If children with mild to moderate phonological disorders are at risk for phonological awareness deficits, school personnel should, at the very least, closely monitor the reading development of children who exhibit such disorders.
Given these results, practitioners should consider the role of vowels in the treatment of phonological disorders, although consonants are frequently the focus of both assessment and treatment.
A literature search revealed no studies of the target words used in the treatment of nasals in onset position, probably because their production is rarely affected by phonological disorders, except in very severe cases [29].
The association between phonological awareness and acquisition of reading and writing makes the children with phonological disorder at risk for difficulties during the literacy process [5,37].
Acoustic properties of /k/ and /t/ in normal and phonological disordered speech.
Developmental Phonological Disorders: Foundations of Clinical Practice, 2nd Edition
Familial aggregation of phonological disorders: Results from a 28-year follow-up.
said it has launched its recently awarded advanced soundboard technology, which aims to assist agents with articulation and phonological disorders to succeed in the contact center industry in addition to helping businesses fine-tune pitches.
Developmental phonological disorders; foundations of clinical practice.