AIM To describe speech ability in a population-based study of children with cerebral palsy (CP), in relation to CP subtype, motor function, cognitive level and neuroimaging findings. METHODS A retrospective chart review of 129 children (66 girls, 63 boys) with CP, born in 1999-2002, was carried out. Speech ability and background information, such as type… (More)
Some children with cerebral palsy have articulation disorders that are resistant to conventional speech therapy. The aim of this study was to investigate whether the visual feedback method of electropalatography (EPG) could be an effective tool for treating five children (mean age of 9.4 years) with dysarthria and cerebral palsy and to explore whether… (More)
BACKGROUND Research on retelling ability and cognition is limited in children with cerebral palsy (CP) and speech impairment. AIMS To explore the impact of expressive and receptive language, narrative discourse dimensions (Narrative Assessment Profile measures), auditory and visual memory, theory of mind (ToM) and non-verbal cognition on the retelling… (More)
The aim of the present study was to investigate the speech characteristics of school-aged children with cerebral palsy (CP) and speech impairment at various cognitive levels. Nineteen children with a mean age of 11;2 years (9;2-12;9 years) with spastic, dyskinetic, and ataxic CP and speech impairment participated. Phonetic transcription of oral consonants,… (More)
Speech problems affect more than one in two children with cerebral palsy: Swedish populations-based study. in Swedish-speaking 3-year-olds born with cleft lip and palate and the relationship with consonant production at 18 months.
Speech ability in the panorama of cerebral palsy – a population-based study in western Sweden. Acta Paediatrica, Accepted 2012. 2. Lohmander A, Friede H, Lilja J. Long-term, longitudinal follow-up of individuals with UCLP after the Gothenburg primary early veloplasty and delayed hard palate closure. 2. Speech outcome. A. Long-term, longitudinal follow-up of… (More)