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What you’ll find here
Apraxia of speech is a disorder of coordination that affects an individual’s ability to accurately produce words. It can be developmental (as in childhood apraxia of speech – CAS) or acquired, typically occurring after a traumatic neurological event, and often comorbid with aphasia. Apraxia of speech is distinct from other articulation difficulties, and presents with irregular and inconsistent communication errors, non-speech differences, and increased risk of language deficits in children.
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Tools for Caregivers
Tools for Therapists
apps and PROGRAMS
Apraxia Picture Cards
EZ Apraxia Program
List Derived from SpeechBuddies.com
Tactus Therapy – Apraxia Therapy
NEWs & PEER REVIEW
Autism and apraxia often go hand-in-hand via Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Facial motion capture technology can help identify different speech disorders in children via New York University
Sign language may be highly effective in treating children with apraxia of speech via Penn State College of Medicine
List Derived from News Medical Life Sciences
BLOG & SOCIAL
FOR CAREGIVERS (adult Acquired apraxia)
Blakeley Screening Test for Developmental Apraxia of Speech (STDAS)
ASSESSMENT and treatment RESEARCH
Evaluation of a combined treatment approach for childhood apraxia of speech (stimulability training protocol (STP) paired with a modified core vocabulary treatment
WHAT’S WORKING IN TREATMENT
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