disorders are speech disorders resulting from neurological damage that affects
the motor control of speech muscles or motor programming of speech movements.
The most common motor-speech disorders are dysarthria and apraxia of speech.
dysarthrias are oral communication problems due to weakness, incoordination, or
paralysis of the speech musculature.
Who can this affect?
People who have suffered neurological damage affecting the
motor control of speech muscles or the motor programming of speech movements
can be affected by motor-speech disorders.
- relearning movement patterns for speech
- learning specific compensatory techniques
- exercise programs
- counseling for the person and his/her