logopaedics

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logopaedics

(ˌlɒɡəˈpiːdɪks) or

logopedics

n
(Medicine) (functioning as singular) another name for speech therapy
ˌlogoˈpaedic, ˌlogoˈpedic adj
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An influence of some factors on the logopedic rehabilitation of patients after total laryngectomy.
At later stages of logopedic work, when all initial syllables were elaborated and adopted, the speech therapist provided a child with an opportunity to model a word himself.
The system of linguistic modeling devices was implemented at logopedic lessons, taking into consideration the requirements of educational and upbringing program for children with general speech underdevelopment (5-7 years) of T.B.
Correctional and educational support is provided for children with disabilities by 17 rehabilitation centers, 133 psychologists offices, 558 logopedic class rooms in schools.
Literature specialists started to teach "rather profane vocational skills" like creative writing and translation studies and disciplinary hybrids such as neurolinguistics were created to have research results "directly and successfully implemented into logopedic treatment" (Munch 236).
We should emphasize the fact that the elaboration of rules on the basis of which we could transpose the logopedic programs into therapeutic software, the establishment of decision trees and based on this to decide whether or not it is necessary to continue certain types of speech therapy exercises, represents indeed a premiere within the frame of the speech therapy of pronunciation disorders in the Romanian speech therapy.
Starting from the model of the speech therapy programs (theoretical and pseudo-coded), specific logopedic programs have been created for each particular sound: each exercise from the general and specific therapy was exemplified, and they functioned as a basis for the set of exercises used by the expert system.
Speech and language (logopedic) therapists in Finland face unique challenges.
Research in logopedics; speech and language therapy in Finland.