Pediatric Voice Disorders: Evaluation and Treatment
Shannon M. Theis (2010, November 23). The ASHA Leader.
Pediatric voice disorders typically have been blamed on vocally “abusive” behaviors, and many practitioners have tended not to provide intervention because they believed that children would “grow out of it.” However, changes in pitch, loudness, and overall vocal quality tend to interfere with communicative abilities. Recently, research has focused on pediatric voice disorders and the effects of a voice disorder on a child’s life
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