P.O. Box 8524, Port St. Lucie, Florida 34952 help@cherab.org 772-335-5135

Please fill out this questionnaire!

Would you like to help research therapy for Apraxia? Dr. Renai Jones is conducting a study and could use your help. Please download, print, fill out, and send the attached questionnaire to the address at the bottom of the document!

My name is Dr. Renai Jonas. I am a Speech and Language Pathologist and have been practicing for the past 35 years. I provide therapy for children with a variety of diagnoses. My area of expertise is Childhood Apraxia, Autism, and children with neurological impairments. I currently teach at the local universities and present at conferences and workshops. I have published and I am presently writing a handbook for typically functioning children as well as special needs populations such as children with Apraxia and Cerebral Palsy.

Please fill in the information requested below. This information will be used to help children with Apraxia develop at a faster pace. It will also provide information to be included in a publication.

My caseload consists mostly of children with Apraxia from ages two years and up. I treat several older children (5 years and older) with Childhood Apraxia. The primary objective for these children is to produce intelligible words, phrases, sentences, and conversation. Here are the first fifty words that were targeted for a 6 year old with Apraxia.

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2 Comments on “Please fill out this questionnaire!

  1. MY 5 YEAR OLD DIAGNOSED WITH EXPRESSIVE SPEECH DISORDER, I BELIEVE HE HAS VERBAL APRAXIA, SOMEONE PLEASE RESPOND. I NEED TO KNOW IF THIS IS ALL WITHIN SAME DIAGNOSIS.

    • It could be. My son definitely has childhood apraxia of speech also known as verbal dyspraxia. On his medical, IEP, and private speech therapy paper work they use the term severe expressive language impairment. It may have to do with insurance issues. Check out this link and see if any of it rings true for you.

      http://www.apraxia-kids.org/

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