Are oral-motor exercises useful in the treatment of phonological/articulatory disorders?

@article{Forrest2002AreOE,
  title={Are oral-motor exercises useful in the treatment of phonological/articulatory disorders?},
  author={Karen M Forrest},
  journal={Seminars in speech and language},
  year={2002},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={15-26}
}
The utility of oral-motor exercises in the remediation of children's speech acquisition delays continues to be a controversial issue. There are few empirical evaluations of the efficacy of these nonspeech activities in effecting speech changes, although much can be learned from investigations in related fields. The purpose of this article is to review the extant studies of the relation between oral-motor exercises and speech production in children as well as to examine the motor learning… CONTINUE READING

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