A motor disorder where the child has problems planning the movements of the mouth to coordinate sounds, syllables and words.
A speech disorder where the child has difficulty pronouncing sounds, syllables and words
A neurological disorder where the child has difficulty moving their appendages as well as their mouth, tongue and lips.
Melody of Speech
Sound Speech Development
All of the above
Childhood Aphasia of Speech
Childhood Apraxia of Sound
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Childhood Aphasia of Sound
Encourage your child to talk in funny voices
Encourage your child to repeat after you so that sound/word movements become automatic
Encourage your child to socialize in very loud and busy environments
CAS does not vary greatly from child to child and often has a very similar patter of problems
CAS symptoms varies greatly from child to child but not the specific site of brain lesion or damage
CAS varies greatly from child to child, but its consistent characteristics include inconsistant production of words, sequencing difficulty, and disordered prosody