Speech Therapy for Kids



Motor Planning

Children with Developmental Dyspraxia have intact and functioning muscles. They have the ability to produce the correct speech sounds.
However, the muscles cannot produce these sounds at will. They may struggle to produce certain sounds and their speech become unintelligible as the result.

Children with this problem may or may not have difficulties performing oral-motor tasks that are not related to speech since the manifestation of symptoms vary from child to child.
For example, they may or may not have problem with sucking, blowing bubble, or moving their tongue tips.




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