Traditionally, the differential diagnosis between apraxia of speech
and spastic dysarthria is based on perceptual parameters, on aspects of neuroanatomical lesions and on physiological parameters that reflect the movements of speech mechanism.
"Most children with apraxia of speech
will learn to communicate with their very own voices only if they receive early intervention, appropriate, intensive and frequent speech therapy," says the village's proclamation.
 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Apraxia of Speech
in AdultsNovember 2017, https://www.asha.org/ public/speech/disorders/ApraxiaAdults/.
Additional considerations could include, for example, the unique characteristics of motor speech disorders such as developmental apraxia of speech
(DAS) and the potential value of using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems.
Developmental apraxia of speech
; theory and clinical practice, 2d ed.
She was 54 years postonset at the time of this study, and her language indicated nonfluent aphasia with alexia, agraphia, and apraxia of speech
. The subject provided her informed consent (University of Florida, form 545-99) prior to testing and treatment.
In these articles, two mothers discuss the impact of early intervention and support in their families' experience with apraxia of speech
(also known as developmental apraxia of speech
, verbal apraxia or dyspraxia), a neurologically based disorder affecting the ability to plan, execute and sequence the movements needed for speech.
Revised and updated, this edition has updated and expanded sections on childhood apraxia of speech
and the identification and treatment of inconsistent phonological disorder; discussion of the administration and interpretation of the Syllable Repetition Task and Diagnostic Evaluation of Articulation and Phonology, with case studies and demonstrations; new organization, formatting, and editing to reduce the size of the book; revised case studies to a single-page format; and a revised table of contents.
Major organization : CASANA - THE CHILDHOOD APRAXIA OF SPEECH
ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA
Impact of speech-generating devices on the language development of a child with childhood apraxia of speech
: a case study.
holds true even more for research with patients, who suffer from chronic nonfluent aphasia and concomitant apraxia of speech
(AOS), a dysfunction of higher-order aspects of speech motor control characterized by deficits in programming or planning of articulatory gestures [2, 3].
The Kaufman method was designed for treating children with developmental apraxia of speech
(e.g., a particular difficulty in speech production related to limitations in sound sequencing).