Speech pathology praxis

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Avatar f tn My seven year old son had speech delay. He is in Ist grade and going for speech therepy in school . He had beads stuck in her both ears for almost 2.5 years, my poor baby,we were ignorant. Now also when we or my friends ask him some thing, he says "what" at least 2-3 times. When I asked why we have to repeat question, he said " he doesn't understand what we asaked". We didn't do any tests. We are bilingual family but speak only english with him.
619530 tn?1223444145 my son has speech therapy and ive been told he is suffering from a condition called dyspraxia i no its affects your speech ansd can affect you pysical development
Avatar f tn He has mild dyspraxia which is motor planning, how the brain processes information and the nervous system sends out signals to carry out a task such as fine or gross motor things. Apraxia is another form of praxis and this is related to speech. A child that doesn't speak may have apraxia. google this for more information. I would say that if you can see a speech therapist it would be important. Early intervention can make a huge difference.
Avatar n tn My son is 4 yr old.He didnt talk until he was 3 yr old.He was then dx with severe speech apraxia which he takes speech for three times a week.I have seen some improvement on the speech.But I know he doesnt talk about things like a four yr old does.He only talks about the present.And only broken sentences of two or three words.All single syllable."Go home" He is also in special ed prek.He also has sensory intergration disorder and autistic like behaviors.
Avatar n tn It is a Communication Skill Enhancement program by Speech plus. Speech Plus is famous for correcting different types of speech problems. In this program you will learn various types of communication skills which will enhance your confidence in speaking. I hope this will help you to solve your problem.
Avatar m tn s thyroiditis have tongue issues that has/had an impact on your speech? I have the scalloped appearance to my tongue, a swollen feeling near the back and underneath the tongue which affects my speech. Did the thyroid meds fix the problem and if so, how long did it take?
Avatar n tn Also you might want to ask an audiologist if hearing aids would benefit him. I am going to grad school for speech-language pathology and i don't remember if a sensori neural loss is benefited from hearing aids but that is one option that can be asked about. I think it sounds like you are doing a good job, you have him in therapy and that should really increase his ability to discriminate sounds.
Avatar f tn My 3 1/2 year old son wasa llate talker and is still receiving speech services. He is doing well talking but now I am concerned with him mastering some basic skills. I work with him and he still doesn't know his colors or shapes. He knows the names but gets them all mixed up. Same issue with letters. Should I be worried (because I am)? There doesn't seem to be anything I can do to see if there is a learning issue at this age. Any advice?
Avatar n tn my buddies hope you dont think im overexpossinng this thread but yall were hear for me when i han no hope and i want you guys and gals toknow cdc is only covering there ***** with the post exposer praxis with cops and health care workers but only opinion that does delayit on a profetional level but they cant say that because it will scare the profetional nont knoow it but simathing to think bout.love you guys and wish yall ther best of luck pleaser excuse my spelling.
Avatar f tn So, around this time last year I experienced tingling in my left hand that lasted for a few days, coupled with extreme fatigue. Days later, I developed nystagmus only upon waking that lasted for about 10 minutes or so. That eventually went away after about a month. About six months later I had a severe headache that migrated to my right eye and lasted for over a week. Went to an optometrist, no optic neuritis.
Avatar f tn Pathology report shows infiltrating mammary carcinoma, no special type, low combined histologic grade, Low proliferative rate with apocrine cytology, measuring at least 6MM in greatest extent (best measrued on P63 IHC Slide) Calponin and P63 show absence of myoepithelial cells int he neoplastic tubules, consistent with an invasive interpretation. Immunohistochemical studies for estrogen receptor and progesteron receptor are negative. My questions: No special type? What does that mean?
Avatar f tn You can still request that your slides be read by another Pathology Lab. If you aren't seeing a Breast Specialist I suggest that you do so and this might help clear things up for you. I'm sure you are more than aggravated at how things have gone in the past. I'm not sure why the ADH wouldn't show up on Excisional Biopsy unless the area was so small that it was removed by the previous needle procedure/ OR/ the Excisional Biopsy did not include the area of ADH.
Avatar f tn t seen that as a test for dysphagia in any MS forum. It seems more relevant to get a barium swallow or speech pathology assessment. I've had so many tests lately, and spent so much time at the clinic, that I'd like to avoid this if it's not necessary. Any thoughts?
Avatar n tn Please consult doctor or get the X ray cervical spine done to rule out cervical pathology. Avoid thick pillows too and also get your blood pressure checked.
Avatar f tn Dear Joacs456 (using your nickname) Really very sorry to hear that. From your question it appears as though there is a pathology in brain--like aneurysm, hematoma etc due to injury. I am sure MRI must have been done after and before surgery. What do the reports say? Have you consulted a senior neurologist? A more detailed information about medical reports and Neurologist's opinion will be very helpful.
Avatar m tn My other symptoms, which began to appear in 2003, include hand tremors, poor balance and co-ordination, dizziness, fatigue, pain in my legs when walking anything more than 50 yards, short-term memory loss, slurred speech, poor articulation (which comes and goes) and sensitivity to my head and arms. I had a single MRI scan earlier this year; the results of which were inconclusive and while the neurologist refuses to rule out the possibilty of MS, I am left completely in the dark.
Avatar f tn I disagree with the teacher. I would change him to a different school. He is too young to be labelled. Making noises can be very common for young children. I am not sure what type of noises you are referring to. It could be normal and not related to a tic disorder. But, it is also possible your son has a tic disorder. Tics are very common for children. Most go away within a year.
Avatar n tn medication (muscle relaxants), botillium injections into the muscle and Speech Pathology - exercises to get the muscle to do its job.
Avatar f tn In White matter disease, pathology involves the brain white matter, either exclusively or in combination with grey matter changes. These include metabolism errors, exogenous toxins released by virus, autoimmune disease, leukodystrophy, demyelination, and radiation effects. Spasticity, muscle weakness, paralysis, hyper-reflexia and movement disorder may be the clinical features associated with white matter disease that need to be evaluated thoroughly.
Avatar m tn Then there is the mechanical part of communicating our language and that is speech. Problems with speech can include just trying to get the words out, pronouncing the words, the tonal quality of our speech, using emphasis and inflection. Problems with speech can be from weakness or spasticity of the muscles of our mouths, throats and vocal cords. Or it can be with the way our brain tries to direct the speech.
Avatar n tn My husband was diagnosed with Graved Disease and has had radio iodine therapy in March. He has since fallen severely hypothyroid and has slurred speech as well as fatigue, weight gain, and irritability. His MD has put him on Synthroid, but my question is will his speech go back to normal and if so, how long? It's very disturbing to hear because it sounds as if he has been drinking (he doesn't at all), and I'm worried how this may affect him long term.
5615074 tn?1378316840 Okay, so my daughter is 3.5 and always got a hard time from her speech. Because of how she pronounced words. I pronounce words kind of differently. Like I add an extra syllable in the word "button" I pronounce it (buT-Tin) saying both Ts. Or I take letters out of words. For exaple I say hoe-made, or room-ate instead of roommate or homemade. Sometimes I also drop the L in words like school or cold. But that is hard to explain without actually saying the words.
Avatar f tn Btw, getting a birth to three person can help with speech. He should qualify for speech therapy which does not mean he has autism.