Apraxia is an uncommon motor speech disorder, which is caused by brain damage, wherein people face difficulty producing speech and certain motor movements. Apraxia can affect adults and children alike. Childhood Apraxia is an uncommon speech disorder in which a child has problems making accurate movements while speaking. They have difficulty saying sounds, syllables and words, which do not happen from muscle weakness or paralysis. Here the brain is unable to plan movement of lips, tongue and jaw, which are vital for speech.