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MY SPEECH NOW by Julie S. Patient Expert Apraxia of speech - a motor/speech disorder which makes voluntary/spontaneous speech difficult in that to speak correctly requires motor planning. Example: I have to depend on
Separating the Eating Disorder Voice from Your Own Strong Voice! by Arielle B. Patient Expert This is a remake of a very popular video I did a couple of years ago. It's short and simple: a lesson in facts.
Outcome trial on Phonation Intervals Program by Tom Weidig from 2006 to 2012. I don't know much about the Phonation Intervals treatment. He explained it to me, but I forgot. I think it's based on the idea that speech initiation is the core issues and phonation is trained...
A Poem for Apraxia by apraxiamom by Mindy Wagner, mother of Garrett, diagnosed with suspected apraxia of speech All of the expectations Still loom in the back of my mind Remembering the day that they told me That he was more than a little behind
Articles by apraxiamom Now that we are on the mend in this house. And that all the vomiting seems to have left the building. We can go back to what this blog is supposed to be about: apraxia of speech. Since she was out of school all week, I had
Pam Marshalla Rocks! by apraxiamom If you have a child with apraxia of speech, I am sure you have heard this name tossed around here and there.A pioneer, of sorts. An amazing woman. A published author. An extremely talented speech-language pathologist. My br
Walking to Stop Apraxia of Speech by Dorothy E Ross PhD CCC-SLP Aphasia NYC ALL PROGRAMS ARE FREE OF CHARGE SURVIVORS AND CO-SURVIVORS ARE WELCOME FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: HARVEY ALTER (212) 217-2610 or email aphasiamovement@aol.com IAM / ICD APHASIA PROGRAM CENTER FOR S
Birthdays, Hospitalizations, and Apraxia of Speech, Oh My! by Lisa It's been a while since I posted an update primarily because, well, like the rest of you, life gets crazy. Our crazy the last few weeks looked a little something like this ACT ONE Sheridan celebrated his 2nd birthday and had
Eleven Criteria for Apraxia of Speech by Lisa Many people have reached out to me asking about the "signs" of apraxia I mentioned in my last post . My time is still being ruled by the two men of the house, so I thought that the least I could do is slap up the 11 criteri
Do you know Ed’s secret language? If so – you CAN recover! by shannoncutts You have to begin to decode the meaning of the messages the eating disorder voice is conveying to you; you have to crack its little code. You have to learn to speak its secret language. -Quote from " Beating Ana " Like a

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