Apraxia of Speech

From Silence to Sound-Part 3; how verbal language evolved using a combination of rhythmical movement strategies with vocal sound segments that create meaningful words: 

https://janespeaksensory.wordpress.com/2015/09/24/from-silence-to-sound-final-part/

From Silence to Sound-Part 2; how verbal language awareness increased using multi-sensory approaches to elicit speech sound recognition and imitation:

https://janespeaksensory.wordpress.com/2015/09/21/from-silence-to-sound-part-2-2/

From Silence to Sound; how combining auditory processing, oral motor stimulation, sequencing and timing, phonemic awareness, multi-sensory processing, receptive/expressive oral language and executive function skills elicited oral communication in a non-verbal 10 year old with autism and apraxia:  

https://janespeaksensory.wordpress.com/2015/09/16/from-silence-to-sound/

Effective Listening to Improve Apraxia of Speech; how using movement in response to a predictable auditory signal with the Interactive Metronome improved articulation and grammar in a middle school child with moderate childhood oral apraxia:

https://janespeaksensory.wordpress.com/2015/06/29/effective-listening-to-improve-apraxia-of-speech/

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