Last week, I posted a review of Speaking of Apraxia, a book that told you everything you ever wanted to know about Childhood Apraxia of Speech. I'm happy to be able to share an excerpt from the book, "How Can Parents Assist With Speech Therapy?" If you've ever wondered what you could be doing while cooling your heels in the waiting room, or worried you were taking up too much of the therapist's time with chitchat, or thought about how to motivate your child, these tips by author Leslie A. Lindsay will give you some ideas and inspiration. Do you have some advice to offer on working with therapists? Add it on the Readers Respond page.
Image and text by Terri Mauro