Hands Up! Using Gestures and Hand Movements in the Clinical Management of Childhood Apraxia of Speech

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Multiple Choice: Select the one best answer
Is a child with a disability required by law to receive what services?
This type of gesture does not have semantic meaning associated with it.
Entrainment is different than embodiment in that:
Manual mimicry cues can be used for all of the following except:
Manual mimicry cues cannot be used with visual biofeedback like ultrasound.
Gesture movements can facilitate:
Use cues that are spatiotemporally analogous to the desired articulatory movements when produced by a client are a type of:
Spatiotemporal entrainment is a tenet of what theory:
An example of a hand cue that would be spatiotemporally analogous to /s/ is:

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.

 

Multiple Choice: Select the one best answer
Is a child with a disability required by law to receive what services?
This type of gesture does not have semantic meaning associated with it.
Entrainment is different than embodiment in that:
Manual mimicry cues can be used for all of the following except:
Manual mimicry cues cannot be used with visual biofeedback like ultrasound.
Gesture movements can facilitate:
Use cues that are spatiotemporally analogous to the desired articulatory movements when produced by a client are a type of:
Spatiotemporal entrainment is a tenet of what theory:
An example of a hand cue that would be spatiotemporally analogous to /s/ is:


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