Apraxia Perspectives – What Would You Do Differently?

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Clinicians should purposefully try to segment sounds and syllables in the speech model they are providing for a child with apraxia.
If a child with CAS is unable to provide a correct production with direct imitation of the clinician’s model, the clinician should move to simultaneous or unison productions until most of the child’s responses are accurate productions.
Target words selected as treatment stimuli for the child with CAS should be functional and powerful for the child.
Speech therapy needs to be very fast paced for a child with apraxia so that they don’t take too long or have too much time to cognitively process their speech productions.
Clinicians working with children who have CAS should not allow the client to practice incorrect productions during speech practice for several reasons, including that the child will learn the incorrect motor plan for the target.
When working with children who have CAS, the clinician should send materials home so that the parent can provide the child with home therapy to learn new target words.

Thank you for watching this course! You are about to begin the quiz to submit for ASHA CEUs. Following the quiz, you will be able to see your score.

Please note that only those participants who follow the instructions correctly and completely will have their course information submitted to the ASHA CE Registry. For questions about the ASHA CE Registry, visit https://www.asha.org/ce/faqs/. Course completion includes: (1) Viewing the full webinar video (2) Passing the associated quiz at 80% or better and (3) Completing the Course Evaluation. Please visit our Webinar FAQ for more information.

 

Choose the one best answer.

Clinicians should purposefully try to segment sounds and syllables in the speech model they are providing for a child with apraxia.
If a child with CAS is unable to provide a correct production with direct imitation of the clinician’s model, the clinician should move to simultaneous or unison productions until most of the child’s responses are accurate productions.
Target words selected as treatment stimuli for the child with CAS should be functional and powerful for the child.
Speech therapy needs to be very fast paced for a child with apraxia so that they don’t take too long or have too much time to cognitively process their speech productions.
Clinicians working with children who have CAS should not allow the client to practice incorrect productions during speech practice for several reasons, including that the child will learn the incorrect motor plan for the target.
When working with children who have CAS, the clinician should send materials home so that the parent can provide the child with home therapy to learn new target words.


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