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Description

Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) is defined as a developmental disorder that affects speech motor planning and programming, and leads to disrupted accuracy and consistency of articulatory movements necessary for speech. As most cases are idiopathic, there are a wide range of treatment approaches for CAS. This presentation aims to compare the efficacy of different treatment approaches.

Publication Date

Spring 5-1-2016

Keywords

childhood apraxia of speech, treatment, therapy

Disciplines

Communication Sciences and Disorders

A comparison of treatment approaches for childhood apraxia of speech

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