Early Intervention – Speech Matters

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Standardized tests used in early intervention may not adequately identify the issues associated with Childhood Apraxia of Speech because:
A very young child who is not yet talking is described as being:
A critical component to begin identifying characteristics of CAS in very young, pre-verbal children is:
The most critical period of development to examine during informal assessment is:
It can be challenging to administer standardized apraxia tests to very young children in early intervention because:
The terms vocalizing and verbalizing refer to the same thing and can be used interchangeably.
A child with suspected CAS is often described by parents as having been an unusually
quiet baby with limited cooing and babbling.
Young children with suspected CAS have low volubility when compared to typically developing peers.
A child who expresses himself using an elaborate gesturing system indicates that he:
Consonant sounds impact speech intelligibility more than vowel sounds.

Thank you for watching this course! You are about to begin the quiz to submit for ASHA CEUs. Following the quiz, you will be able to see your score.

Please note that only those participants who follow the instructions correctly and completely will have their course information submitted to the ASHA CE Registry. For questions about the ASHA CE Registry, visit https://www.asha.org/ce/faqs/. Course completion includes: (1) Viewing the full webinar video (2) Passing the associated quiz at 80% or better and (3) Completing the Course Evaluation. Please visit our Webinar FAQ for more information.

 

Choose the one best answer.

Standardized tests used in early intervention may not adequately identify the issues associated with Childhood Apraxia of Speech because:
A very young child who is not yet talking is described as being:
A critical component to begin identifying characteristics of CAS in very young, pre-verbal children is:
The most critical period of development to examine during informal assessment is:
It can be challenging to administer standardized apraxia tests to very young children in early intervention because:
The terms vocalizing and verbalizing refer to the same thing and can be used interchangeably.
A child with suspected CAS is often described by parents as having been an unusually
quiet baby with limited cooing and babbling.
Young children with suspected CAS have low volubility when compared to typically developing peers.
A child who expresses himself using an elaborate gesturing system indicates that he:
Consonant sounds impact speech intelligibility more than vowel sounds.


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