Implementing speech supplementation strategies: effects on intelligibility and speech rate of individuals with chronic severe dysarthria.

@article{Hustad2003ImplementingSS,
  title={Implementing speech supplementation strategies: effects on intelligibility and speech rate of individuals with chronic severe dysarthria.},
  author={Katherine C Hustad and Tabitha Jones and Suzanne Dailey},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2003},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={
          462-74
        }
}
A growing body of experimental research suggests that speech supplementation strategies can markedly increase speech intelligibility for individuals with dysarthria (D. Beukelman & K. Yorkston, 1977; E. Crow & P. Enderby, 1989; L. Hunter, T. Pring, & S. Martin, 1991; K. C. Hustad & D. R. Beukelman, 2001). However, studies in which speech supplementation strategies were actually implemented by speakers with dysarthria are limited, leaving their clinical efficacy unknown. The present study… CONTINUE READING

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