Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of introducing Ms. Amy Moll as a guest blogger on global dyspraxia. Thanks again, Amy. Wish your adorable photos of Brooke were able to display on the blog site.
I’d like to draw your attention to Rhonda Banford, SLP-CCC’s comments under the comment section of Monday’s post (6.7.10). She distinguishes the differences in terminology and gives her insight as an SLP. Thanks, Rhonda for your thoughts!
One more word on apraxia: I am a subsriber to Pam Marshalla’s website updates. She is an SLP in the pacific Northwest. A lot of her practice revolves around oral motor exercises and speech, which may or may not be of interest to you. BUT, she does have a nice website, with some resources you may be interested in reviewing. On such book, “Apraxia Uncovered: The Seven Stages of Phoneme Development” sits on my bookshelf. She has recently published another book, which appears to be archives from her earlier days of answering questions in a newsletter-type format.
Just another potentional resource on your apraxia journey!