Oromotor dyspraxia

Oromotor dyspraxia is a form of dyspraxia. It is also called verbal apraxia or apraxia of speech. It can make it difficult to coordinate muscle movements needed to pronounce words.

Children with oromotor dyspraxia may have speech that is slurred and difficult to understand because they are unable to enunciate.

It is important that all people working with children with dyspraxia understand their difficulties and the provision they require. It is entirely possible that a child with dyspraxia may have special educational needs (SEN). In some cases, SEN additional support may be adequate, whereas in others an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) will be necessary. Special educational needs advice may be necessary to assess what level of support is required.


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