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Helpful links for your child with apraxia
Hi I am Amie, mother of 4. Trying to start a blog for support. My 2 year old has been diagnosed with Apraxia 2 weeks ago. Cognitively he is very smart
Our son is 2 and a half, recently diagnosed with apraxia. He has been in therapy for 6 months but has made no real progress. We are starting to see some
just found out my son Elijah(2 1/2) has it and we are currently in the process of setting up everything we can to help him. To be quite honest we are
Apraxia Support Group
Recover from Apraxia - Where to Start
In May of 2004 my youngest and third daughter was born. As she grew, she simply would not speak. Having experienced delayed speech with my middle daughter
Is there any particular school that specializes in apraxia? We are very concerned about whether to send our 5 yr old little girl to public school or not.
Offering hope and help for proactive parents of children diagnosed with verbal apraxia
Hello My son was just diagnosed with severe apraxia. My therapist doesn't believe in the listening theory. I really am happy with my therapist but not
My son is 3 years old and has CAS. I am looking to connect with another mother of a boy with CAS in the Twin Cities area. I cannot find any support groups
My son is 2 and was just diagnosed with Apraxia today. I teach students with special needs all the time, and thought my family was immune to it. I want
i have a 6 years old boy that have apraxia but here we dont have the tools to help him. He understand and speak most words in english than spanish. I need
Babies are born into this world without knowing anything, but as they grow older, they develop their ability to listen, speak, and express their emotions.
MY GRANDSON IS THREE AND HAS VERBAL APRAXIA ANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO POTTY TRAIN WIL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
Using Sound Therapy to Treat Apraxia of Speech
Using sign language with apraxia
Apraxia and Reading
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I think my granddaughter may be one of those children whose diagnosis may not follow normal pattern of any of the numerous speech/language/perception/socialization