What is Dysarthria?

What exactly is dysarthria? What causes it? What should you do if you have it, or if you’re talking to someone with it? Find out here!

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App Reviews

Megan Sutton, SLP, of Tactus Therapy reviewed several of her most-used apps on the Speaking of Apps blog for Advance. Read about voice and breath control apps here:

Megan Sutton, SLP, of Tactus Therapy reviewed several of her most-used apps on the Speaking of Apps blog for Advance. Read about motor speech therapy apps here:

Megan Sutton, SLP, of Tactus Therapy reviewed several of her most-used apps on the Speaking of Apps blog for Advance. Read about the AAC apps for motor speech disorders here:

Megan Sutton, SLP, of Tactus Therapy reviewed several of her most-used apps on the Speaking of Apps blog for Advance. Read about the educational apps here:

Therapy Blog Posts

People with dysarthria, or slurred speech, can enhance their natural speech using a simple and evidence-based speech supplementation strategy. Pointing to the first letter of each word and establishing the topic can improve speech in 10 different ways. You can find out more about this or download a FREE set of boards from the AlphaTopics – AAC app to get started!

AlphaTopics on the App Store

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Therapy Guides

ASHA has compiled practice guidelines, systematic reviews, and treatment efficacy information about dysarthria for speech-language pathology clinicians. Links to several publications from ANCDS on dysarthria.
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Don’t have time to keep up with all the latest evidence? ASHA has made it easy to keep your practice evidence-based with this handy map of the evidence for treating speech and voice in Parkinson’s Disease.
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