1.a How can you support a person with a speech articulation problems to participate in identifying their needs for service provision (180 words) b. Other than speech and langauge problems, what issues...

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1.a How can you support a person with a speech articulation problems to participate in identifying their needs for service provision (180 words)
b. Other than speech and langauge problems, what issues might act as a barrier to participation in the service programs? Provide at least 5 examples.
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Answer To: 1.a How can you support a person with a speech articulation problems to participate in identifying...

David answered on Nov 30 2019
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1. When a person is suffering from the problem of articulation of speech, one of the adverse effects would be difficulty in construction of sounds while speaking out, which in turn, might result in an individual’s inability to understand their speech, which can he identified from younger age. The first step of showing support to these people is to interact with them, trying to understand their difficulty and ensuring them that there are measures in form of programs which would help them out such as a speech-language pathologist (SLP), a professional who evaluates children or adults with speech and language difficulties by listening to the person and using a formal articulation test to record sound e
ors and help to overcome the difficulties. Including kids and adults who are nonve
al, in that case we need to use language boards, or symbols for communication. In case of children, we need to talk to their guardians about it...
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