Childhood Apraxia of Speech


...is a neurological speech disorder that causes children to have difficulty with motor planning, sequencing and programming necessary to produce speech. 

Signs and Symptoms of AOS Include

  • Late and/or minimal babbling during infancy
  • Problems imitating speech
  • Groping or struggling when attempting to say sounds or words
  • Difficulty saying longer words
  • Inconsistent errors
  • Omitting consonants at the beginning and end of words
  • Vowel distortions
  • Slow rate of speech
  • Errors in word stress, intonation and speech rhythm
  • Repeated attempts when trying to say words


Speech-language pathologists use a variety of approaches in treating AOS, and treatment must be tailored to the needs of the individual. Frequent, intensive (3-5 times per week), one-on-one treatment has proven most effective, and speech-language problems that co-occur with AOS must also addressed during therapy. Family participation is strongly encouraged to help the client practice new skills and use them in outside environments.




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Evgenia Stefanaki

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