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Cleft Palate- Early Intervention
Transcript of Cleft Palate- Early Intervention
By: Lisa Schwartz
Treatment/assessment starts at birth and continues throughout adulthood
The SLP must determine the need for speech & language intervention around 18 months of age
Throughout the child's adolescent years and possibly into adulthood, the SLP must continue to monitor the child's speech and resonance
Timeline for Treatment
Cleft lip and cleft palate make up the most common birth defect in the U.S.
One in every 600 newborns is affected
These children are at risk for developing speech and lexical delays
Research backing early intervention is scarce
Future Research/Continuing Education
Survey by Bedwinek, et al in 2010
KASA revision in 2006
SIG 5: Speech Science & Orofacial Disorders
Communication & collaboration between team and school-based SLPs is important
SLPs have an ethical responsibility to recognize professional limitations
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Primary palatal surgery: around 5-6 months of age
Secondary surgery: on a as-needed basis
Prosthetic devices: Speech bulb or palatal lift
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Hardin-Jones, M.A. & Chapman, K.L. (2008). The impact of early intervention on speech and lexical development for toddlers with cleft palate: A retrospective look at outcome. Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools, 39(1), 89-96.
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listening tube or straw
No blowing or sucking excercises!
Early intervention is essential for the child born with cleft lip and/or palate
Early intervention needs to include surgical procedures and speech therapy, among other disciplines
Further research needs to be conducted in order to show evidence of the effectiveness of repairing the palate at an earlier stage of development