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Childhood Apraxia of Speech: How Can an SLP Help?

Childhood mispronunciations are a normal part of language development; most parents have fond memories of cute mispronunciations like “effalent” for elephant. But what happens when your child’s speech problems are more severe? Last week we talked about one speech disorder, … Continue reading

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Does My Child Have Childhood Apraxia of Speech?

Mispronouncing words is a typical part of language development. Many parents love that adorable stage where a child might say “p’sketti” for spaghetti or “compooter” for computer. Errors like this are a normal part of learning language and typically nothing … Continue reading

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Childhood Apraxia of Speech: How an SLP Can Help

Every parent eagerly awaits their child’s first words. But what happens when those long-awaited words finally appear, but are so garbled that they are nearly incomprehensible? This situation is a common reality for parents of children with childhood apraxia of … Continue reading

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What is Childhood Apraxia of Speech?

Most young children have some mispronunciations in their speech, for example the child who asks their mom for “sketti” instead of spaghetti or asks to see the “ephelants” at the zoo. But for some children, speech difficulties may be far … Continue reading

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