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This documentary takes the viewer through my personal story and journey with Apraxia, and shows this journey through the different perspectives of those directly affected by Apraxia, such as parents with a child diagnosed, speech pathologists and young adults with resolved apraxia.

We want the world to understand Apraxia and how impactful it can be on a family. We want people to walk away from the film finding themselves more curious about Apraxia and how they can help.

the film
The facts
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Some characteristics of a child  having Apraxia include:

  • Trouble accomplishing, keeping up and moving between articulatory positions

  • Difficulty with smooth movement transitions between sounds and syllables

  • Vowel distortions

  • Prosodic errors ( A child with Apraxia may sound almost robotic)

  • Inconsistency upon word redundancy

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