AOS

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Apraxia Of Speech - Management of Acquired Apraxia of Speech
... In cases of acute AOS (stroke), spontaneous recovery may occur, in which previous speech abilities reappear on their own ... All other cases of acquired AOS require a form of therapy however the therapy varies with the individual needs of the patient ... For severe forms of AOS, therapy may involve multiple sessions per week, which is reduced with speech improvement ...
Siodhe - In Gaelic Folklore
... In folk belief and practice, the aos sí are often appeased with offerings, and care is taken to avoid angering or insulting them ... The most common names for them, aos sí, aes sídhe, daoine sídhe (singular duine sídhe) and daoine sìth mean, literally, "people of the mounds" (referring to the sidhe) ... The aos sí are generally described as stunningly beautiful, though they can also be terrible and hideous ...
Apraxia Of Speech - Characteristics
... Apraxia of speech (AOS) is a neurogenic communication disorder affecting the motor programming system for speech production ... Individuals with AOS demonstrate difficulty in speech production, specifically with sequencing and forming sounds ... Individuals with acquired AOS demonstrate hallmark characteristics of articulation and prosody (rhythm, stress or intonation) errors ...
List Of Sites Of Special Scientific Interest In Gwent
... using the concept of an Area of Search (AOS), an area of between 400 km2 (150 sq mi) and 4,000 km2 (1,500 sq mi) in size ... Mid and South Glamorgan were merged into a single AOS, whilst Llanelli district was included in the West Glamorgan AOS ... Using the AOS system alone would make it difficult to search for individual SSSI citations via the Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) database without knowing 1972 region divisions ...