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Apraxia of speech is an acquired motor speech disorder that prevents a person from being able to use motor planning to translate words they plan to say into actual speech. The condition occurs as a loss of a previous speaking ability due to brain damage as a result of stroke or injury, for example.
Some of the steps taken in the diagnosis of this condition are described below: