DYSPRAXIA or APRAXIA
Many terms – what do they mean?
Parents who brought their children to my speech pathologist often told me that they seem to be difficult on the Internet, but there are many different terms that seem to be used to make it very confusing.
Here are some of the most common meanings and their meanings:
Dyskinesia / apraxia
Movement disorders or apraxia are interchangeable terms that mean someone can't take action. This is because the brain needs to know how to take action, plan actions, implement actions, and make small adjustments [if needed] when actions occur. This is called a motor program or a motor plan. If there is any interruption in this exercise plan, then the result is a form of dyskinesia [or apraxia].
Developmental dyskinesia / developmental apraxia
Children have hypotension. Children with dyskinesia are born with this condition, becoming more visible as the child grows, especially when they are having difficulty learning to speak.
Acquired dyskinesia/acquired apraxia
This disease occurs when a disease or accident causes the brain to break. People with stroke [CVA] often suffer from movement disorders. The brain can no longer plan actions and do this, which usually involves swallowing and speech.
Conceptual dyskinesia occurs when the brain cannot see or conceptualize how it will begin to act or what it will look like or feel. This makes it difficult for children to learn to do any complex movements such as talking, running or climbing.
Conscious exercise dyskinesia
Consciousness – Sports dyskinesia refers to the concept that an exercise program cannot be performed [or executed] correctly, even if the person does have a need to do something.
Oral dyskinesia / oral apraxia
If a person has a dyskinesia that only affects facial and oral movements, this is often referred to as oral dyskinesia. Oral dyskinesia is often the cause of drooling in babies and toddlers, and it is difficult to make a voice. Blowing bubbles, sucking straw and imitating facial expressions are also difficult. Infants with oral abnormalities may find it difficult to suck and establish breastfeeding. When they start eating food, they often resist blocky food and different textures.
Speech dyskinesia / speech abortion / child aphasia [CAS]
Children with speech disorder have found it difficult to learn to speak. The baby will only make a few noises when he is squatting. They have a hard time learning to make all the sounds they need and putting them together. Then they will have a hard time trying to put all the sounds into words and add words to longer words and sentences. When very severe, people with dyskinesia may still be non-verbal and need to use different communication systems, such as signature or picture exchange, or high-tech AAC equipment. However, most children can help with conversation through speech pathology.
What should I do
Most parents are unable to determine that their child has difficulty before they realize that their child has not learned to speak easily. Children who are usually suffering from movement disorders can demonstrate that they have good understanding [understanding] skills.
If you suspect that your child may have any degree of movement disorder, find a local language pathologist who can understand your child and find out why he or she is having trouble talking. If your child has a movement disorder, a language pathologist can help you understand these terms and their relationship to your child.
According to all studies, early interventions begin to be better. So many post-development language skills depend on the child's ability to communicate and communicate for a variety of different purposes. But no matter what stage your child is in, treatment will ensure that they get the benefits as quickly as possible.
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