August 2019 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

As summer comes to a close, teachers across the country are preparing their classrooms, and parents of our apraxia stars are navigating new waters when it comes to back-to-school worries.

We know that school provides more obstacles for our children with apraxia to overcome. Whether this is your first or tenth time going through the IEP process, the worry that comes with sending your child to school can feel overwhelming at times.

Apraxia Kids is dedicated to providing education and support to parents and professionals impacted by childhood apraxia of speech, and helping you navigate schooling and education is no exception.

Check out our Article Library for beginner information on IEP goals for children with apraxia. Our webinars offer an in-depth look into literacy for children with speech disorders. Print out a “Letter to the Teacher” from our Information Downloads. Request free “Teachers & Classmates” booklets from our print store.

You can and should feel empowered to advocate for your child. Help faculty, staff, and the administration understand and learn about childhood apraxia of speech through the resources provided by Apraxia Kids!

Wishing you and your child a fun and successful school year,

 

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

 

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Dear Friends,

As summer comes to a close, teachers across the country are preparing their classrooms, and parents of our apraxia stars are navigating new waters when it comes to back-to-school worries.

We know that school provides more obstacles for our children with apraxia to overcome. Whether this is your first or tenth time going through the IEP process, the worry that comes with sending your child to school can feel overwhelming at times.

Apraxia Kids is dedicated to providing education and support to parents and professionals impacted by childhood apraxia of speech, and helping you navigate schooling and education is no exception.

Check out our Article Library for beginner information on IEP goals for children with apraxia. Our webinars offer an in-depth look into literacy for children with speech disorders. Print out a “Letter to the Teacher” from our Information Downloads. Request free “Teachers & Classmates” booklets from our print store.

You can and should feel empowered to advocate for your child. Help faculty, staff, and the administration understand and learn about childhood apraxia of speech through the resources provided by Apraxia Kids!

Wishing you and your child a fun and successful school year,

 

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

 

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