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Have Questions about Late Talkers versus Apraxia?

Ask Our Developmental Pediatricians Participating Pediatricians: Marilyn Agin MD Neurodevelopmental pediatrician Marilyn Agin MD is the Medical Director for NYC Early Intervention -the largest of its kind in the USA. She is also the Co-Author with Lisa Geng and… Read More

Phonemic Awareness Resources

What Is Phonemic Awareness? Answers And Links For Parents And Teachers Phonemic Awareness Skills Skills And Links Phonemic Awareness Fun Activities And Links

Apraxia: Questions and Answers

by Lori L. Roth, MA, CCC-SLP Oral Motor and Verbal Apraxia Specialist Common speech disorders: There are several speech disorders affecting children. They include articulation problems, phonological processing disorder, verbal apraxia, oral motor apraxia and swallowing difficulties (which… Read More


by Lindsay Chase Wheaton I am not an SLP, an OT, or a PhD. I am not a medical professional of any kind. I have never received any medical training or education. What I am is Mom to… Read More

Apraxia -What’s That?

Answer from a developmental pediatrician Presented by Marilyn C. Agin , MD, Medical Director, New York City Early Intervention Program and Medical Director, Cherab Foundation Co-Author of The Late Talker book Presented at the First Apraxia Conference hosted… Read More

Cherab Foundation’s First Apraxia Conference

The First Scientific Conference Dedicated to the Therapy of Verbal Apraxia/Dyspraxia.  Professional anecdotal overseen by CAPT Joseph Hibbeln, M.D.  The following was from ‘The First Apraxia Conference’ July 23-24, 2001, Headquarters Plaza Hotel, Morristown, New Jersey USA and was also presented… Read More

Signs of Apraxia… from a Speech Language Pathologist

Dear Parents; All these terms thrown at you and nowhere to go to get answers to your questions about your child’s diagnoses? Here are some critical differences that may help you to determine what, and if, your child… Read More