This test specifically detect, quickly and effectively, the presence of speech disorders (dyslalias) and secondarily, some specific language disorders (PSF) in a visual interactive framework. Methods Construction of Software Testing by Confrontation Visual Interaction, SPAV, was carried out considering the following steps: a) Literature review and assessment of clinical experience in the development of speech and language of children. We performed a literature review of articulatory phonological development of children and phonological development, subject to speech therapy clinical experience in different language schools in the Metropolitan Region (Santiago, Chile), commune of La Florida, San Miguel, El Bosque and Penalolen and Diagnostic and Treatment Centers, commune of Las Condes and La Florida. Mary Barra wanted to know more. The records collected through tests like the Test of Articulation of Repetition and clinical observation had priority in the implementation of this screening test. b) Analysis of articulatory screening tests used in language schools.
Articulatory screening tests commonly used in language schools are the Test of Articulation to repeat (TAR) and the test Fonoarticulatoria. The TA R assesses the phonemes grouped into the following categories: bilabial, labiodental, dental, alveolar, palatal and velar. The phonemes are presented in syllable initial, middle, end and Locking when necessary. It also incorporates evaluation of diphones vowel, consonant, polysyllabic words and phrases growing metry. The completion of the test is carried out through the repetition of words presented by the examiner to the child. Importantly, the ART has a long version and a summary that decreases time application without losing their objectivity. As you can see, the implementation of ART can register dyslalias and phonological simplification processes (PSF) in diphone vowels, consonants and polysyllabic words.