Health Care Connect
The Illinois Early Intervention Training Program has approved this session for 1.5 hours of EI credential credit in the area of Atypical Development.
This lecture session is a complement to the "lab" application session Using Clinical Information to Identify Ponies and Zebras in Childhood Motor Speech Disorders (HC04) and is for the in-person event only; it is not available with Connect On-Demand.
When a child is suspected to have a motor speech disorder ("Was that a hoof beat I just heard?"), the SLP must consider all the available information to arrive at a differential diagnosis. This session will highlight the information that is most useful in discriminating the ponies and zebras of pediatric motor speech disorders, including salient speech features of various disorders.
Financial Disclosures: Heather Clark receives a salary from the Mayo Clinic; she is receiving financial compensation from ASHA for this presentation
Nonfinancial Disclosures: None