George Wilson Diagnosis of Communication/Speech Disorder

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George Wilson Diagnosis of Communication/Speech Disorder par Mind Map: George Wilson             Diagnosis of Communication/Speech Disorder

1. Educational/Learning Implications from His C/S Disorder

1.1. George's difficulty with fluency makes it challenging to carry out activities that involve verbal participation activities in the general education setting.

1.2. General academic conversation with teacher and peers can lead to delayed understanding or misinterpretation.

2. Strengths

2.1. Easily Makes Friends

2.2. Very social

2.3. Good at Video Games

2.4. Good at Chess

3. Attributes of C/S Disorder

3.1. Difficulty with Articulation

3.1.1. Problems Making Sounds

3.1.1.1. Sound substitution

3.1.1.2. Sounds left off, added, changed

3.2. Fluency Challenges

3.2.1. Stuttering

3.3. Phonological Errors

3.3.1. Patterns of Sound Errors

4. Challenges

4.1. Remembering Processes

4.2. Organization

4.3. Reading Fluency and Comprehension

4.4. Writing, especially structure, vocabulary and basic mechanics of writing

4.5. Articulation and Fluency

4.5.1. Difficult to Understand at Times

4.5.2. Trouble breathing and is hoarse when he is speaking.

5. IEP Goals

5.1. Grade Level Math

5.1.1. Given grade level math problems, such as division, multiplication, or problems needing recall of several functions, George will score 80 percent.

5.1.1.1. Benchmarks

5.1.1.1.1. In 9 weeks, when given grade level math problems, such as division, multiplication, or problems needing recall of several functions (ie PEMDAS), George will score 69%.

5.1.1.1.2. In 18 weeks, when given grade leave math problems, such as division, multiplication, or problems or problems needing recall of several functions, George will score 73%.

5.1.1.1.3. In 27 weeks, when given grade level math problems, such as division, multiplication, or problems needing recall of several functions, George will score 77%.

5.1.1.1.4. In 18 weeks, when given grade level math problems, such as story problems or problems needing recall of several functions, George will score 66%.

5.1.1.1.5. In 27 weeks, when given grade level math problems, such as story problems or problems needing recall of several functions, George will score 74%.

5.2. Speech

5.2.1. Will have correct mouth formation for blends and slider vowels with 80 percent accuracy

5.2.1.1. Benchmarks

5.2.1.1.1. In 9 weeks, George will be able to correctly form blending sounds (str,bl,br,sw, st, cr, etc.) with 60% accuracy.

5.2.1.1.2. In 18 weeks, George will be able to correctly form blending sounds with 70% accuracy and correctly form the r-controlled vowel sounds /or/, /er/, and /ar/ with 60% accuracy.

5.2.1.1.3. In 27 weeks, George will be able to correctly form blending sounds, as mentioned above, with 70 percent accuracy.

5.3. Motor Planning

5.3.1. Will complete all 7 steps necessary to use a combination lock independently.

5.3.1.1. Benchmarks

5.3.1.1.1. In 9 weeks, George will able to perform 3/7 steps to open a combination lock.

5.3.1.1.2. In 18 weeks, George will able to perform 4/7 steps to open a combination lock.

5.3.1.1.3. In 27 weeks, George will able to perform 5/7 steps to open a combination lock.

5.3.1.1.4. In 36 weeks, George will able to perform 7/7 steps to open a combination lock.

6. Particular C/S Disorder He Exhibits

6.1. Poor Fluency

6.2. Poor Articulation

6.3. Dysfluent in Conversational Speech

6.4. Speech Described as Breathiness and Difficult to Understand

6.5. Leaving Out Sounds When They Should Occur

6.6. Distortions of sounds

7. Sources