Hi! We are celebrating tonight! That is because we were able to finish the revision of our popular Interactive Activities for Verbal Apraxia Document called: VC, CV, CVCV, & CVC Celebration!! We made many page edits, added some ink-saving black and white pages and some new clip art. We think that you will appreciate the edits and changes and if you previously bought this document, will you kindly go back to your document download area on TpT to re-download or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a new version if you bought it on Teacher’s Notebook or here at our on-line store.
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So what is apraxia and why did we first develop this document a couple of years ago for our speech-language pathologist colleagues?
Apraxia is a neurological speech disorder in which a person has trouble saying what he or she wants to say correctly and consistently.
Characteristics of verbal apraxia include:
•Speech disintegrates at the consonant vowel on up to the multi-syllable word level.
•Single words can have sounds that are deleted are distorted.
•Single words can be deleted, reversed, or repeated.
•Motor speech patterns can be difficult to repeat.
•Student may exhibit groping during verbal attempts.
•Student may replace a “favored sound” for words in place of other sounds and words.
We have chosen to first introduce the shorter (easier) vc & cv words to say and then progress to the longer (harder) words to say in the cvc and cvcv forms in this packet. This progression will give the apraxic child who is exhibiting characteristics similar to the ones listed above initial success and a strong therapy program thereafter to aid in their progression as they improve in their verbal skills.
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We hope you thoroughly enjoy this comprehensive treatment packet for treating verbal apraxia. It is truly a celebration of the CV, VC, CVC, & CVCV words!