Aunt and care giver

by Cheryl Victorine
(Chicago, IL)

My nephew is 3 years old, born premature by 4 weeks, has several delays, crawling, walking, sitting up, rolling over, etc. He has been getting OT PT since he was 10 months old. However, recently about 1 year ago, the words were not flowing, he was evaluated and began speech, just recently, late August 2013 he was diagnosed with speech and motor aprexia. I just don't see any really improvements and would like to know if the speech therapist needs to be qualified to provide a special therapy for kids with aprexia? Thank you.


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Feb 01, 2014
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A general speech therapist should be qualified to work with a child with apraxia. Some are better than others and have more experience and are willing to try different approaches.

If you feel your nephew isn't progressing with this therapist, it wouldn't hurt to check around and interview other therapists in the area who may work better with his needs.

Keep in mind though that progress can be slow, mixed with periods of rapid growth.

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