Overcoming Apraxia

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AUTHOR
Laura Baskall Smith
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6,25 MB
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Overcoming Apraxia.pdf
ISBN
3011536773842

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When a child isn't speaking, parents are often reassured that all children develop at their own pace.Many times, experts can't agree on what is normal and offer different advice.Understandably, parents may not know where to go or with whom to consult.In many instances, there is no cause for concern; however, in others late talking could be a symptom of a more serious problem.The outdated advice to “wait and see” can cause more damage than good.In this unique and unparalleled book, Laura Baskall Smith, a speech/language pathologist (SLP) specializing in Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) candidly describes her daughter's personal journey with overcoming apraxia while providing expert resources and tips for parents and professionals.Having been a practicing SLP before the birth and diagnosis of her daughter, Laura offers her distinctive professional and personal perspectives being on both sides of this complex, neurological speech disorder.

The speech pathologist will do several talking tests to look for signs that it might be apraxia of ... Overcoming Apraxia is the culmination of this seven year journey. There has been hard ache, triumphs, incredible highs (like meeting famous UFC and WWE super star Ronda Rousey who had CAS) twice and desperate lows (bullying, financial cost of therapy, the toll on the family). Obviously, her apraxia was fairly mild (only in hindsight), but it is exciting what she has overcome.

The success of the battle is in many ways dependent on the resources and strength of the apraxia community. We are grateful for the Apraxia ... Overcoming Apraxia, ISBN 057857537X, ISBN-13 9780578575377, Like New Used, Free shipping Jan 10, 2020 - Explore Cortnie Zak's board "Overcoming Apraxia", followed by 168 people on Pinterest.

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