Quoting ♫ boobook ♫:" I read it to DH when he got home and he made me add on a comment. Ahh I hope this was blunt enough. ... [snip!] ... back and forth kidding and what not. That is to be left to his SLP, his dad and myself. Just enjoy the time you spend with him"
I can kind of understand your frustration. My almost 3 year old son does not have Apraxia, but his speech isn't incredibly clear and he still has a hard time with some words. He didn't really begin talking until he was 2, ever since then his speech is the main focus when we visit family, even when a stranger interacts with him. Everyone knows a 2 year old who can single Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star backwards, perfectly clear
. Like I said my son doesn't have Apraxia, but I have heard what Apraxia speech sounds like. They should focus more on the time they are able to spend with him other than his struggles, and frustrating him with repeating words.