I took a video of Brady "reading to his toys" and then found that he was willing to interact with me (the video camera). I cut the video down to 3 minutes of us talking and thought I'd share his progress (I get questions all the time of what "Apraxia" sounds like). Well, Apraxia varies from person-to-person (it's even different from these ID twins), but Brady is actually a SUPER verbal kid who 'talks' to everyone! Some of that is his personality, but often times he echos Jax when Jax is talking. I think it's to sort of blend in and not stand out. The boys also have language impairment and phonological/articulation disorders as well, so their language/speech won't sound exactly like anyone else. But it gives you a look into his world.
An interesting side note, he scored the high end of average for his IQ, which was administered as a non-verbal test. Which most people when hearing him, would never think is the case. So don't you all wonder what he's saying inside his head that comes out scrambled?? I can't wait to hear it some day. ;)
You'll be able to understand the word 'yes' very clearly, but pretty much only approximations of most other words, but the approximations are getting better, and that is the first step. So the word, 'No' sounds like, 'Oh', but in context, you know what he's saying.