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Speech Therapy -> Execution and Speech Motor Planning
The ability to plan out in the brain the sounds needed to produce words, figure out what muscles need to move and in what order and then say them correctly; children with apraxia have difficulty putting sounds together to form words (e.g., they can say “uh” and “p” separately, but have difficulty planning the order and movement of muscles to say the word “up”).
Minor focus areas
Assists in the diagnosis and treatment of developmental apraxia (dyspraxia) of speech in preschool children.
Therapists who selected this major focus area as their top area of expertise.
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