Jul
14
2:15 PM14:15

14-1415F Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Nancy Potter, PhD, CCC-SLP

Children with classic galactosemia have 180 greater risk of a speech sound disorder compared to the general population. Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) is a neurologic (brain-based) speech disorder that is characterized by inconsistent consonant and vowel errors, unusual prosody (rate and rhythm), and difficulty with co-articulation (transitioning smoothly between sounds). We will be looking at video examples of CAS and discussing evidence-based treatment approaches.

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