noun. inability to make purposeful movements.
- brain disorder
- ἀπραξία (Ancient Greek (to 1453))
Example sentences of the word apraxia
1. Noun, plural
For example, children with apraxia have the ability to make the sounds of speech but have difficulty doing so.
Another speech problem that adults can have is apraxia or motor speech disorder.
3. Noun, singular or mass
According to Special Kids Today, fish oil may improve language skills and eye contact in children with apraxia of speech, which is characterized by difficulty planning and producing the movements needed for speaking.