Many children grow up with speech and language developmental delays that can extend into adulthood if untreated, making it difficult for them to communicate in school and in the work environment.
Speech-language comprehension and expression are necessary for an individual to communicate thoughts, ideas and interests with others. Speech disorders, including apraxia, stuttering and phonological and articulation disorders, can significantly impact a person’s ability to communicate – a crucial part of day-to-day life.
In this video, Purvi Gandhi demonstrates speech therapy techniques by working with her son, who has been diagnosed with apraxia.
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