Apraxia of Speech Therapy

Apraxia is a motor speech disorder that results in difficulty planning and executing volitional movements for fluent speech. Children with apraxia have difficulty repeating words, producing vowels and consonants with consistency, and often present with effortful speech and oral groping behaviors. Our therapists are PROMPT trained and customize multi-modal therapy approaches ranging from tactile cues to augmentative and alternative communication systems for each client’s individual needs.


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