Complex Considerations for Speech Sound Disorders in the School Setting
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These Perspectives (SIG 1) focus on the complexities of identifying and characterizing
speech sound disorder in children and adolescents within the school setting. Articles
discuss best practices for selecting tests and using developmental norms and criterion-referenced
measures to arrive at more accurate diagnoses. Guidelines for determining
eligibility for treatment are addressed, including provisions for social and educational
impact, and several clinical scenarios are included.
You will be able to:
- explain psychometric properties of standardized tests of articulation and
- integrate more nuanced measures of developmental norms with other measures
of speech sound production
- discuss the complex nature of speech sound disorders
- describe the importance of social impact assessments along with three methods
for conducting these assessments
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