Apraxia-KIDS

This site, provided by the Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA), offers families, professionals, and researchers information related to Childhood Apraxia of Speech.

ChatterVox

A portable voice amplifier that can boost your voice volume by as much as 18 decibels.  It consists of a rechargeable “fanny pack” amplifier and speaker unit along with an extremely comfortable headset microphone.  A nice, cost effective alternative to wireless classroom amplification systems.

CHERAB Foundation (Communication, Help, Education, Research, Apraxia-Base)

The Cherab Foundation is a world-wide nonprofit organization working to improve the communication skills, education, and advocacy of the verbal disabled; all those with speech and language delays or impairments. Our area of emphasis is verbal apraxia, a severe, neurologically-based communication disorder that used to be rare in pediatrics but has been on the rise within the past two decades.

Childhood Apraxia of Speech

This site provides a nice overview of CAS that includes a definition, diagnosis, and treatment information, as well as a video report and many useful sources for parents.

Speech Sound Resource Page

Carrie Clark, a speech therapist located in Columbia, MO, dedicates her time to creating awesome activities and breaking down the current research into easy-to-follow plans. She provides lots of free materials, blogs, podcasts, and products, even more if you have a membership.  Materials can be shared with other people on the child’s team, including teachers, parents, caregivers, baby-sitters, and therapists so that everyone will understand what’s going on and can help the child make faster progress.  This page shows resources for speech sound development, production, and practice.

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