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Frequency is measured in
Hertz
Phonological Awareness
Ability to manipulate the sound structure of a spoken language
Agrammatism
omission of a small grammatical word or ending
Four factors that contribute to emergent literacy
socioeconomic status, linguistic/cultural background, home literacy, history of literacy in the family
What must children acquire before they learn literacy?
Word Awareness, Semantics
What's MADS?
Minimum Auditory Deprivation Syndrome
First Phase of Swallowing
Oral Preparatory
Symbol System
Rules for expansion
Relationship between Oral and Written language
develop concurrently
Peirnatal
At birth
Unilateral Neglect
inability to respond to stimuli on side of body opposite from side of brain damage
Two types of treatment for Aphasia
Restorative and Compensatory
Aspects of Emergent Literacy
Oral Language Development, Sense of Story, Print Processing, Emergent Literacy
Augmentative Communication
Aids something someone partially lost
Parts of the Middle Ear
Ossicles: Malleus, Incus, and Stapes
Parts of Inner ear
Cochela and Semicircular Canal
Hemiplegia
Paralysis of one side of the body
Mixed Aphasia
Both, non-fluent
What's the Eustachian tube?
Connects the middle ear to the nasopharynx
Anomic Aphasia
Word retreival difficulties - fluent
Prenatal
Before birth
The results of a hearing evaluation are graphed on what?
Audiogram
Iconicity
Extent to which the symbol resembles the actual referent
Fourth Phase of Swallowing
Esophogeal
Do vowels or consonants contribute to intelligibiltiy
Consonants
Two examples of Phonological Awareness
Piglatin, African American Vernacular Language
Aspiration Pneumonia
Food in Lungs
Three step process of AAC
1) Means to represent a symbol 2) Means to select a symbol 3) Means to transmit
Global Aphasia
Both, severe, non-fluent
Ideogram
Represents an idea
NPO (Swallowing)
Unable to tolerate any food safely
Difference between Dementia and PPA
Dementia affects all aspects of cognition, PPA affects only language
RHD
Right Hemisphere Disorders
Difference between Emergent Literacy and Literacy
Emergent literacy happens before literacy happens
Metalinguistic Awareness
Ability to reflect on language using language.
Two parts of reading
decoding and reading comprehension
Second Phase of Swallowing
Oral
Localization
The assignment of a function to a specific part of the brain
Postnatal
After birth
Alternative Communication
Replaces something someone lost
Myringotomy
Cutting the tympanic membrane to relieve a patient of the discomfort of fluid in the middle ear
Aphasia happens on the _____ side of the brain
Left
Symbol
Represents a word
two parts of writing
encoding and written comprehension
Mastoiditis
infection of the mastoid bone
Aspiration
Food below vocal chords
Example of Aided Communication
AAC Device
Hemiparesis
Slight or incomplete paralysis
Do vowels or consonants have greater intensity
Vowels
Example of Unaided Communication
ASL
Hemianopisa
loss of 1/2 of what one can see of an object
Condution Aphasia
inability to repete - fluent
Penetration
Food above vocal chords
PPA
Primary Progressive Aphasia
TBI
Traumatic Brain Injury
Symbol Set
No rules for expansion
Parts of the outer ear
Pinna, tympanic membrane
What's a PE tube?
Pressure Equalizing Tube - drains fluid in middle ear from ottitis media
What is the Speech Chain?
Our thoughts are transmitted and articulated, then another ear recieves waves and breaks them down
Third Phrase of Swallowing
Pharengeal
Intensity is measured in
Decibles

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