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Speech and Language Goals When Planning an IEP for a Child With Apraxia of Speech : Part 2

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Speech and Language Goals When Planning an IEP for a Child With Apraxia of Speech : Part 2

By: Lori Hickman, M.S., CCC-SLP

We wish to thank Apraxia-Kids for making this article available.

NB: This article is written for the parents of children who have Childhood Apraxia of Speech and related problems. We publish it here because we know that therapists like to give their client's caregivers as much information as possible.

See Part 1 of this article HERE

The goal of intervention for a child with apraxia is to enable the child to gain volitional control of his/her articulators in order to produce age-appropriate, co-articulated, intelligible speech (co-articulation refers to the way we talk when we connect our words together in a speech-melody, rather than pronouncing each word individually).

Read the Full Article HERE

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