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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.
childhood apraxia of speech, treatment, therapy
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Papin, Jordy, "A comparison of treatment approaches for childhood apraxia of speech" (2016). Communication Disorders and Sciences Student Posters. 27.