Use of technology in phonological intervention
Microcomputers can support phonological intervention in a variety of ways. Software and hardware can assist clinicians in identifying errors and establishing appropriate treatment targets. Technology can also help to determine the nature of errors so that optimal intervention methods are used. Specific technology tools for addressing phonological errors due to problems with articulation, phonemic identification, and phonetic mapping are discussed. The use of technology to document and analyze treatment performance is also addressed.
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Articulation errors, Microcomputer analysis, Phonological errors, Treatment
Masterson, Julie J., and Susan Rvachew. "Use of technology in phonological intervention." In Seminars in Speech and Language, vol. 20, no. 03, pp. 233-250. © 1999 by Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc., 1999.
Seminars in Speech and Language