What is Apraxia of Speech?

Childhood Apraxia of Speech is a problem with motor planning—when we speak, we have to execute on a plan for how our articulators, our tongue, lips, and teeth, move to correctly produce the words we want to say.  Speakers with apraxia struggle with coordinating these movements, and as a result, produce a variety of errors in speech. This article explains some of the characteristics of childhood Apraxia of speech. 

 

Features of Apraxia of Speech

What Causes Nasal Speech?

Nasal speech broadly refers to a person’s voice sounding like it has too much or too little air in the nose. Oftentimes, it’s challenging for

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