Therapy is available for the treatment of apraxia of speech, according to WebMD. Exercises for childhood apraxia of speech include repetition of sounds and words, practicing strings of words, using rhythms and melodies and other multisensory approaches.
Apraxia of speech can be acquired during life or present at birth, according to WebMD. Sometimes, acquired apraxia of speech resolves without treatment. Each treatment program should be individualized, as the effectiveness of certain techniques can vary from person to person. Multisensory approaches can include tasks such as watching in a mirror or touching the face when attempting to speak. Extreme cases of apraxia of speech may benefit from learning sign language or using electronic devices that assist in communication.