Apraxia FAQs Packet - (Individual Package)
Childhood apraxia of speech is not an easy topic to understand or to explain to others. These handouts were created to help speech-language pathologists consolidate their knowledge about apraxia and help parents better understand the technical jargon associated with this diagnosis so they can better advocate for their own child.
This packet contains 19 handouts for professionals and parents.
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The Following Frequently Asked Questions are Answered in this Packet:
What is the Difference Between Speech and Language?
What Do All Those "Speechie" Terms Mean?
What are the 44 Speech Sounds in English?
What is Apraxia?
What Exactly is Motor Planning?
What Causes Apraxia?
What are the Early Signs of Apraxia?
What are the Characteristics of Apraxia in Older, More Verbal Children?
What Professionals are Involved with Apraxia?
What Strategies Can Parents Use to Support Minimally Verbal Children with Apraxia?
Will Sign Language Prevent a Child from Learning to Talk?
What Does Apraxia Therapy Look Like?
What is the Parent's Role in the Speech Therapy Process?
Does a Child Ever Outgrow Apraxia?
What Apraxia Resources are Available?