Tag: apraxia

Apraxia of Speech

      Apraxia of speech (also called developmental childhood apraxia of speech, verbal dyspraxia, developmental dyspraxia)can cause a child to have severe speech difficulties. The difficulties arise when the child is unable to coordinate the muscles of speech accurately and smoothly to produce sounds, syllables and words.¬† To explain it simply, the signals from …

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  Adult Communication Difficulties Many adults live with, or acquire communication difficulties. At icommunicate we cannot fix or cure many of these difficulties, but we can provide guidance and¬†strategies to make communication easier. Our adult section has been divided into 4 categories:   Speech and Hearing This section covers speech and hearing and focuses on …

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