by: tjreeves
  1. 1

    What type of aphasia is typically characterised by non-fluent verbal output, impaired repetition, and intact auditory comprehension

  2. 2

    What part of the brain is typically damaged with an ataxic dysarthria?

  3. 3

    What dysarthria is commonly associated with Huntington's Disease?

  4. 4

    What exercise could you ask a patient to perform during a bedside swallowing assessment to informally assess velopharyngeal competency?

  5. 5

    After completing a bedside swallowing assessment, you have made a diet change for a patient. Who do you need to alert about the diet change?

  6. 6

    You are conducting a hearing screening with a patient.Before you test each ear at the required frequencies and decibels, what is something you wouldn't do?

  7. 7

    How do dyspraxia and dysarthria differ?

  8. 8

    What areas of cognition would you not assess in a cognition assessment?

  9. 9

    What is an exercise you could use to strengthen base of tongue?

  10. 10

    What is not a characteristic of verbal dyspraxia?



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