Research Update: Sensory integration dysfunction affects efficacy of speech therapy on children with functional articulation disorders.

While filing our journal articles for our course resources for participants files, I got distracted reading this article, which includes a lovely summery of evidence making links between sensory integration difficulties, motor co-ordination and articulation difficulties. A great article supporting possible links between motor praxis and oral praxis difficulties we commonly see in clinical practice. It reminded me of this phrase I learnt when being taught child development, sensory integration and NDT when I was a student OT a long time ago.

“What you see in the mouth you often see in the body.” Anon.

Read the full article free here.

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