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Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia

Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia refers to difficulties in planning and carrying out the complex movement sequences required for speech. Children with this may have a limited consonants and vowel sounds, inconsistent sound production and problems combining sound sequences.


These children benefit from frequent practice to develop new sounds and encourage the "motor plan" to become habitual, improving the ease and consistency of speech. ESTC specialises in this area providing bespoke resources for achievable steps and creative interventions so that sessions are always fun.

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