“Sometimes the things we can’t change end up changing us.”

Neurofeedback for Apraxia


Can you imagine knowing what you want to say, but not knowing how to say it? That moment of struggle is what children with apraxia of speech experience all the time. Having apraxia is like trying to learn a new language all the time. If you’ve ever taken a course for another language, you’ve probably found yourself thinking phrases or know what you want to say, but struggle to get your brain and mouth to work together to form the new words.

Children with apraxia have difficulty with their motor skills when it comes to forming the sounds and mouth, jaw, and tongue movements necessary for words. This doesn’t mean your child isn’t understanding or comprehending what you say–they just simply don’t have the motor skills to respond. We know this can be frustrating for parents, especially if you’ve been made to believe your child is just experiencing a delay in development. But you are not alone! In fact, apraxia is the main reason Grey Matters of Carmel opened its doors.


  • Difficulty stringing together in the appropriate order to make words
  • Minimal babbly during infancy
  • Difficulty saying long or complex words
  • Repeated attempts at pronouncing words
  • Speech inconsistencies
  • Limited vocabulary
  • Grammatical problems
  • Distorting vowel sounds
  • Clumsiness
  • Problems with coordination or fine motor skills
  • Difficulties chewing and swallowing
  • Omitting consonants at the beginning and ends of words

“I know more than I say. I think more than I speak. I notice more than you realize.”

“I know more than I say. I think more than I speak. I notice more than you realize.”


Does your child struggle with a speech or learning disability that’s making it harder and harder for him or her to focus in school and at home? You’re not alone!

For years, Courtney struggled to get her son, Grey, to speak. As a child with Apraxia and ADHD, Grey struggled in nearly every aspect of his little life. It wasn’t until Courtney put him through neurofeedback therapy that she learned the true possibilities of a natural, safe solution. Through Grey Matters, Courtney is lending a hand to other adults and parents living with similar mood and mental disturbances. Because no one should go it alone.

Father and child being happy after Grey Matters Services

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