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Speech Impairment by Sarah Crosman
which the inability to produce speech sounds that are necessary to communicate with others.
This is Sally, she has a speech impairment
I often have trouble giving oral presentations and participating in classroom discussions
Communicating effectively with classmates and teachers can be hard for sally.
schools often offer speech therapy from a speech-language pathologist for students like Sally
Teachers can provide accommodations allow the student to have a written assignment to replace an oral assignment and presentation
Speech impairment types includes incorrect articulation, disrupted fluency, abnormal pitch and inability to produce language.
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