Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology
- Sound production (articulation, how clearly speech is produced)
- Receptive language (understanding language)
- Expressive language (communicating wants and needs)
- Pragmatics (how language is used in social contexts)
- Voice (quality, pitch, and loudness)
- Fluency (stuttering)
- Dysphagia (sucking, feeding, and swallowing)
- Oral motor (movement of tongue, teeth, lips, and jaw) and feeding
- Augmentative and alternative communication (use of pictures or devices to communicate)
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