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Whats developmental apraxia?
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Dr. David Rosenfeld
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Apraxia is difficulty forming sounds into words.
The reason for developmental apraxia is unclear. It is not caused by weak muscles. Your child may be able to smile, eat, and make other movements normally. The problem is coordinating all the muscles used to speak.

In brief: See below
Apraxia is difficulty forming sounds into words.
The reason for developmental apraxia is unclear. It is not caused by weak muscles. Your child may be able to smile, eat, and make other movements normally. The problem is coordinating all the muscles used to speak.
Dr. David Rosenfeld
Dr. David Rosenfeld
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