College of Health Professions
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Bachelor of Science in Nursing
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Speech delays in children is a common issue that can be treated by a wide variety of interventions. Our PICOT question is, in children, ages six months to thirteen years, with speech/language delays, how does the addition of innovative and supplemental interventions, compared with standard interventions alone, effect improvements in the delays. All three group members have known someone who has suffered from a speech delay, and we want to research the best possible methods to overcome that obstacle to answer our questions, we will begin to take on the task of creating and writing a systematic review. This review will include selecting, reviewing, and critically appraising a minimum of twenty primary, scientific and/or academic research articles on different speech interventions that have been utilized to help children overcome their speech delays. We are looking forward to going on this adventure of completing our very first official research project It is something that will be challenging but help us grow in our education and assist in making us better and well-rounded students.
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Noel, Andrea; Windemuth, Rachel; and Porter, Brett, "Effectiveness of speech intervention methods in children with speech delays" (2023). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 1645.