I am honored that I was invited to participate in Jennifer Preschern of Speech Language Literacy Lab's (SL3) School Based Intervention and RtI Blog Hop! You can see who else has/will be participating and get links to their posts here: http://www.sl3lab.com/#/sl3-favorite-therapy-resources/ Each of the speech-language pathologist authors chose their own topic. Today, I will be blogging about the most fun I ever had with RtI in the schools! To find out what made my RtI sessions fun, continue…
This section will go over a variety of reasons for a nasal sounding speech. Hyponasal speech is when there is an abnormally reduced nasal airflow during speech often in a setting of nasal obstruction or congestion. Hypernasal speech is when there is the presence of an abnormally increased nasal airflow during speech.
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