Motor Speech Disorders: Apraxia and Dysarthria

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Motor Speech Disorders: Apraxia and Dysarthria by Mind Map: Motor Speech Disorders: Apraxia and Dysarthria

1. Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

1.1. Define: Phonetic motoric disorder of speech production.

1.2. unable to translate

1.3. Largley struggle with speech production

1.4. May be hereditary

2. Body Structure: underlying anatomical aspects of a condition that impedes preformance. Body Function: Physiological and Psychological functions that are disrupted in a disorder. Activity Participation: limitation that affected body function has on performance and on their quality of life. Contextual Factors: Includes personal factors; attitudes, values, coping strategies and wider enviormental factors.

3. Dysathra

3.1. Group of speech disorders caused by disturbances of neuromuscular control of the speech production systems.

3.2. muscle tone, muscle strength, movement steadiness, movement speed, movement range and movement coordination

3.3. Types

3.3.1. Spastic

3.3.2. Dyskinetic

4. How are motor speech disorders treated?

4.1. Screening

4.1.1. interviews with family and look at medical history.

4.2. Referal

4.2.1. by health care provider (family doctor)

4.3. Inpatient

4.4. Outpatient

5. Apraxia

5.1. Causes/ Risk

5.1.1. Cause of neurological damage

5.1.2. Stroke

5.1.3. Loss of oxygen

5.1.4. From Traumatic brain injury

5.2. Define: Impairment of motor programing and planning that involvs an inability to transfer into the right movements of the articulators.