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Language disorders in children who are otherwise typically developing are called

Specific Language impairment

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What are the typical problems that children with SLI have?

articulation and phonological problems

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What are the diagnostic criteria for someone on the spectrum

1. impaired social interaction
2. disturbed communication
3. stereotypic behaviors, interests and activities.

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Two types of brain Injury in children

TBI and cerebral Palsy

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Are standardized tests the best option for children with TBI

No because these tests usually don't account for their unique symptoms

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Ultimate goal for a child with TBI

integrate back into school and society

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A disorder in which the immature nervous system is affected, resulting in muscular discoordination ad associated problems

CP

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What are the 3 types of CP

Ataxic
athetoid
spastic

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This type of CP involves disturbed balance, awkward gait, and uncoordinated movements due to damage in the cerebellum

Ataxic CP

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This type of CP is characterized by slow, writhing, involuntary movements due to damage in the indirect pathways especially the basal ganglia

Athetoid CP

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This type of Cp involves increased spasticity as well as stiff jerky movements

Spastic CP

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Expanding the child's telegraphic speech is called

Expansion

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commenting on the child's utterance and adding new information is called

Extension or expatiation

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when you repeatedly model a target structure to stimulate the child to use it, it is called

focused stimulation

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Incidental teaching, mand-model and time delay are all apart of _______

Milieu Teaching

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When you prompt for an elaboration and then model the elaboration it is called

incidental teaching

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When the clinician "mands" a response from the child ie "tell me what you want" it is called

mans-model

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Without prompting, the clinician gives the child a time delay of 15 seconds to respond, this is called

time delay

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When the clinician plays with the child and describes and comments upon what the child is doing and the objects the child is interested in it is called

Parallel talk

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When a child utterance is repeated back in a modified form such as a statement into a question it is called

recasting

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Repeating back exactly what the child just said is called

reauditorization

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When the clinician describes her own activity while playing with the child it is called

self talk