My youngest son is almost 4 and has Apraxia. He has speech weekly but has always struggled with doing it. He will have 1 good session then like 3 bad ones. He will either cry or refuse to participate. His therapist even started coming to our house instead of me taking him to the clinic. I feel so bad for his ST. She is so sweet but says that she has never had a case like him. She said he's textbook apraxia but she doesn't really know how to help him because he isn't able to do the therapy he needs. He has been in speech since before he was 2. I'm just kind of discouraged and it stinks. I want so bad for him to do well and participate in therapy but I can't make him do it. He has to decide that. I have tried everything. He is starting to pick up some new words and we get so excited when we hear new sounds and words. He just learned to say 'No' in the last week. It's so awesome to hear him respond with something other than grunts. His ST says that he needs 3-4 sessions a week but our insurance will not cover it. He gets speech thru the school system at the dev. preschool he attends. so he is getting 2 sessions right now from 2 separate therapists. Any ideas of stuff I can do with him at home? I don't think his therapist is going to continue to see him. we may be moving to a diff clinic or trying to find funding to get him more help. Our insurance has denied all coverage because he does not have Autism. I had a hard time keeping myself from crying when I talked to his therapist. I feel like it's always something with- both of my boys.