Childhood Apraxia of Speech – Therapy Strategies That Make a Difference

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This practical, therapy-rich presentation will focus on a multi-sensory approach that includes the use of sign language, touch cues, visual prompts, pictures, AAC devices and verbal cues to support verbal speech for children with apraxia.

Below are 11 handouts for this training (seven one-pagers have been combined into the first handout). To download these for printing, pull down on the Download button below.

1. Seven one-pagers: Apps for the iPad, Big Book Exclamations, Parent Fill-in Sounds, Core Vocabulary Book, Parent Response Hierarchy (2), and Word Bin-Box-Bucket Strategy
2. Apraxia Verbal Visual Cues
3. PPT – Childhood Apraxia of Speech Intro, two slides per page (5 pages)
4. PPT – Childhood Apraxia of Speech Intro, three slides per page (3 pages)
5. PPT – Therapy for CAS What Have I Learned? two slides per page (22 pages)
6. PPT – Therapy for CAS What Have I Learned? three slides per page (15 pages)
7. PPT – How Do We Keep Children Motivated in Therapy? three slides per page (12 pages)
8. PPT – How Do We Keep Children Motivated in Therapy? two slides per page (18 pages)
9. Communication Temptations
10. Erik Raj apps
11. Sports Surveys
12. Apraxia Resources Update
13. Selected References on Apraxia
14. Songs, Toys and Games for Suprasegmentals


Title of Training: Childhood Apraxia of Speech – Therapy Strategies That Make a Difference
Presenter: David Hammer
Training Date: 10/14/2016

Topic: Speech and Language


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