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Apraxia Awareness Day: May 14

by on May 14, 2014


Childhood Apraxia of Speech is a motor speech disorder in which children have difficulty programming and planning speech movements.

Top 3 characteristics of CAS

  1. Inconsistent errors with consonants and vowels
  2. Lengthened pauses between sounds and/or syllables
  3. Inappropriate stress on syllables or words


A licensed speech language pathologist is the appropriate person to diagnose CAS.

Early intervention is crucial for children with CAS.

Further information on CAS can be found at

Megan Larson, MA, CCC-SLP

MOSAIC Children’s Therapy


May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

Meet one of our kiddos, Logan:

MOSAIC kiddo

MOSAIC kiddo



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