Speech Sound Treatment: A Look at Three Evidence-Based Approaches
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This recorded session
from ASHA’s 2021 Schools Connect online conference reviews three evidence-based
approaches to selecting and contrasting two or more sounds during speech sound
disorder treatment: minimal pair (one misarticulated sound paired with its
typical substitution), maximal opposition (two misarticulated sounds that differ
greatly from one another), and multiple opposition (multiple misarticulated
sounds that are all replaced within the same substitute). The speaker shares
evidence supporting each treatment approach and uses hypothetical clinical
cases to illustrate sound selection and treatment activities.
You will be able
treatment sounds based on (a) a traditional minimal pair approach; (b) a
maximal opposition/empty set treatment approach; and/or (c) a multiple
opposition treatment approach
children on your caseload who are appropriate for each paired treatment
treatment session activities consistent with each paired treatment approach
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