Speech aeromechanics and the dysarthrias: Implications for children with traumatic brain injury
Background: In addition to cognitive, linguistic, neurobehavioral, and physical challenges, children and adolescents with traumatic brain injury can have a dysarthria that compromises intelligibility and speaking effort. Objective: The focus of this article is on an aeromechanical approach to understanding, evaluating, and treating the moderate-severe dysarthrias in these children.
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Children, Dysarthria, Evaluation, Speech disorders, Traumatic brain injury, Treatment
Netsell, Ronald. "Speech aeromechanics and the dysarthrias: Implications for children with traumatic brain injury." The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation 16, no. 5 (2001): 415-425.
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation