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Episode #060: How To Help Autistic Learners with Apraxia?

Apraxia is a childhood motor speech dysfunction that present commonly in the autistic population. Dr. Jennifer Moore, SLP and co-owner of Brave Wings Therapy, specializes in autism and motor speech disorders. She shares great tips, insights, and modifications to provide the best assessments and treatment for autistic learners with apraxia while adhering to their unique needs and boundaries.

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Episode #044.2: How To Help Students With Apraxia of Speech with Dr. Edythe Strand – Part 2

Are children with Autism more likely to have Apraxia? Dr. Edythe Strand answers this question about the common connections between apraxia and other diagnoses. In this part 2 interview we discuss her development of DTTC treatment and all that went into her research and clinical practice. If you haven’t listened yet, be sure to go back and listen to part 1 to get the full scope of this really interesting interview with Dr. Edythe Strand.

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Episode #044.1: How To Help Students With Apraxia of Speech with Dr. Edythe Strand – Part 1

Dr. Edythe Strand is a practicing SLP and clinician with a rich background and career as a professor and member of the department of neurology at the Mayo Clinic. Her research focuses on developmental, acquired, and progressive, Apraxia. This is part 1 of an interesting interview with Edythe as we discuss the characteristics of Apraxia, Dynamic Assessment, and DTTC treatment.

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Episode #024: Apraxia of Speech – Characteristics, Resources and an SLP Mom’s Journey with Laura Smith

Laura Smith is a speech-language pathologist but she’s also the parent of a child with apraxia. In this episode, she shares her experience of apraxia from a parent’s perspective plus a wealth of resources from her professional experience of treating children with apraxia in her private practice.

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