Apraxia of speech (AOS), also known as verbal dyspraxia or developmental apraxia, is a speech sound disorder. AOS affects brain pathways that contain memories of learned patterns of movement. This translates into a person’s inability to consistently execute the sequence … Read More
Speech pathology therapists, commonly referred to as speech therapists, are medical specialists who work with patients who have any of a number of oral issues. These issues range from general communication to voice, language, and swallowing.
Speech therapists can help … Read More
As a parent, your child’s development is an exciting process to witness. There are many milestones in your child’s life that you are anticipating to see and document. One of the most heart-warming achievements to witness is the first attempt … Read More
Speech therapy is a type of physical therapy that addresses everything from verbal pronunciation issues to swallowing problems. It is most often employed in children who have speech and communication challenges, but it can also help people who have suffered … Read More
Every child develops at his or her own pace. However, there are developmental milestones that your child should meet. If your child doesn’t meet them by a certain age, it could be a cause for concern. One of these areas … Read More