speech disorder

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In the biblical story, there are many examples of people's impairments being crucial in the service of God's purposes: Moses with his speech impairment, Jacob's hip being put out of joint, and Paul's thorn in the flesh--as well as the barren women
However, she wanted anyone with speech impairment to know that treatment has changed and become far more effective since the 1930s, when Lionel Logue, played by Geoffrey Rush in the movie, put marbles in the king's mouth to help his stuttering.
In their study, they focused on the effects of phonemic awareness instruction on children with severe speech impairments (SSI).
Serious effects include seizures, palsy, mental impairment, speech impairment, and paralysis, and these effects tend to be more severe in children.
A textphone for those with hearing or speech impairment 0800 783 6783.
He offers techniques for addressing impaired memory, attention and executive functions, organizational and planning skills, and speech impairment.
It is attended by an unsteady gait (ataxia), speech impairment, lateral curvature of the spinal column, and peculiar swaying and irregular movements, with paralysis of the muscles, especially of the lower extremities.
Among noninfectious cases, granulomatous perichondritis of the nasal ala, sarcoidlike foreign body reaction from multiple piercing, paraphimosis from a distal penis pierce, and speech impairment, together with difficulty in chewing and swallowing from oral jewelry, have been reported (1,2,9,10).
He has a speech impairment, according to the police.
Youth with disabilities represented a wide range of disabling conditions and levels of functioning, with the majority being mildly impaired: 59 percent with either mild mental retardation, speech impairment, learning disability, or attention deficit disorder; 13.
Speech impairment resulting from hearing impairment at such an early age can persist into the teenage years or later.
Compensating for his speech impairment, he becomes a creator of new images, combining the given and the invented in a cognitive world of his own.
Sometimes this deterioration leads others to suspect a speech impairment rather than the deafness that actually causes it.
The amplified telephones and ring-signalers distributed through the program are loaned at no cost to permanent Florida residents aged 3 and up who are certified as having a hearing loss or speech impairment.
It aims to help children and adults with severe speech impairment find a voice of their own.
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