Exploring factors for treatment success in childhood apraxia of speech following intervention using the Nuffield Dyspraxia Programme - 3rd Edition.

Elizabeth Murray, Jacqueline McKechnie, Pamela Williams

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Abstract

Two randomised control trials have recently examined the efficacy of the Nuffield Dyspraxia Programme- 3rd edition (NDP3, Williams and Stephens, 2004) for children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS, Murray et al, 2015; McKechnie et al, in preparation). The NDP3 is a psycholinguistic based, comprehensive published program designed to work on speech sounds, word shapes and suprasegmentals from the "bottom up". Group data from both studies demonstrate children aged 4- 12 years significantly improved their articulation and prosodic accuracy for treated items and untrained real words. This study examines (a) which individuals within the groups responded to treatment and (b) what child factors may be affecting their progress.
Original languageEnglish
Pages44-44
Number of pages1
Publication statusUnpublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes
EventSpeech Pathology Australia National Conference 2017 - International Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 28 May 201731 May 2017
https://www.speechpathologyaustralia.org.au/SPAweb/What_s_On/Events/ConfReg.aspx

Conference

ConferenceSpeech Pathology Australia National Conference 2017
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period28/05/1731/05/17
Internet address

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    Elizabeth Murray, McKechnie, J., & Williams, P. (2017). Exploring factors for treatment success in childhood apraxia of speech following intervention using the Nuffield Dyspraxia Programme - 3rd Edition.. 44-44. Abstract from Speech Pathology Australia National Conference 2017, Sydney, Australia.