Apraxia Intervention Materials for Children (AIM)$59.95, Spiral Bound
Take aim against Apraxia and other motor speech disorders with the high-interest, motivating activities in this practical book.
Help for Apraxia$19.95,
This booklet provides information to families about apraxia of speech and the effect this disorder has on communication as well as information about its treatment.
Mini Apraxia Photo Cards
This evidence-based, portable card set helps SLPs treat apraxia of speech in children.
Playing With K
A practical resource to help young children or those with learning difficulties to say K in their talking.
Quick Assessment for Apraxia of Speech$93.75, Forms
This instrument takes 10 minutes to administer and includes tasks that provide clinically relevant information about oral and verbal apraxia.
Say & Do Apraxia Fun Sheets$43.95, Softcover
Reproducible workbook for children with apraxia of speech, full of activities focussed on repetition of consonant & vowel combinations.
Say and Do Sound Production$79.95,
Do you work with children who struggle with producing sounds and words? Give them the visual cues they need with the Say and Do Sound Production Flip Book and Activities for Apraxia and More!
Sourcebook of Apraxia Remediation Activities$69.95, Spiral Bound
This practical, book includes information about apraxia, guidelines for developing remedial programs, and a comprehensive collection of practical materials.
Speaking of Apraxia
At last, a parents' guide to understanding, treating, and living with childhood apraxia of speech.
Talking Is Hard for Me!
A speech-language pathologist shows parents and caregivers that they don't need to be experts to help kids communicate better!
Webber BIG Apraxia Photo Cards
This evidence-based card set contains 562 large photo cards targeting 21 consonant sounds and 10 vowels.
Webber® BIG Apraxia Carryover Worksheets$49.95, Softcover
Reproducible worksheets for home practice of techniques, sounds & syllable structures from therapy sessions
With real words (and pictures) this is a must for children with limited speech, unintelligible speech, and/or childhood apraxia of speech.