How do children with speech sound disorders perform on language and motor skills of children compared to typically developing children?

Margreet Luinge, Marije Beenakker, Jelle Kisjes, A.L. van der Schaaf, Femke van der Honing

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Abstract

Children with speech sound disorders (SSD) have speech disorders due to problems in articulation, phonology, execution (eg. dysarthria), planning (eg. apraxia), orofacial anomalies (eg. cleft palate) or hearing impairment (ASHA). How do children with speech sound disorders perform on language and motor (experimental) tests compared to typically developing children?
Translated title of the contributionTaal en motoriek van kinderen met spraakontwikkelingsstoornissen
Original languageEnglish
TypeReview protocol
Media of outputPROSPERO - International prospective register of systematic reviews
PublisherNational Institute for Health and Care Research
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • speech sound disorders
  • language development
  • motor development
  • children

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