August Newsletter

Dear Friends,

It is hard to believe August has arrived, and our Virtual Walk Season kicked off this past weekend. It is not too late to join your local Walk to celebrate your Apraxia Star!

The beginning of August also means our kids will be starting school soon. Whether your child will be homeschooled, going back to school in person, or going back in some hybrid manner this fall, Apraxia Kids is working to identify resources to aid our families as they navigate the challenges of educating children during a pandemic.

Over this past year, our team met with school SLPs, discussing their needs to support children with childhood apraxia of speech. In almost every meeting, free access to education was expressed as a need. Apraxia Kids listened. We are working with school-based experts to create FREE virtual education for our school-based SLPs that will be rolled out later this month.

We encourage you to visit our new Brochures and Printables page on our website. There you will find information such as a “Letter to Teachers,” a Teacher’s Guide, and classmate and friend information. We continue to add new information, so check back frequently. We want you to feel empowered to advocate for your child as they begin a new school year.

And finally, we are so excited to launch our updated Be the Voice program offering you a variety of ways to spread awareness at your child’s school, your workplace, and community with several different toolkits available to order.

We remain dedicated to providing education and support to parents and professionals impacted by childhood apraxia of speech. As part of Apraxia Kids’ ongoing efforts and commitment to ensure the quality of information we provide to the community, we have been re-reviewing content offered through our website. We have included additional information below to learn more.

Wishing you well as we enjoy these last few weeks of summer!

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 




Dear Friends,

It is hard to believe August has arrived, and our Virtual Walk Season kicked off this past weekend. It is not too late to join your local Walk to celebrate your Apraxia Star!

The beginning of August also means our kids will be starting school soon. Whether your child will be homeschooled, going back to school in person, or going back in some hybrid manner this fall, Apraxia Kids is working to identify resources to aid our families as they navigate the challenges of educating children during a pandemic.

Over this past year, our team met with school SLPs, discussing their needs to support children with childhood apraxia of speech. In almost every meeting, free access to education was expressed as a need. Apraxia Kids listened. We are working with school-based experts to create FREE virtual education for our school-based SLPs that will be rolled out later this month.

We encourage you to visit our new Brochures and Printables page on our website. There you will find information such as a “Letter to Teachers,” a Teacher’s Guide, and classmate and friend information. We continue to add new information, so check back frequently. We want you to feel empowered to advocate for your child as they begin a new school year.

And finally, we are so excited to launch our updated Be the Voice program offering you a variety of ways to spread awareness at your child’s school, your workplace, and community with several different toolkits available to order.

We remain dedicated to providing education and support to parents and professionals impacted by childhood apraxia of speech. As part of Apraxia Kids’ ongoing efforts and commitment to ensure the quality of information we provide to the community, we have been re-reviewing content offered through our website. We have included additional information below to learn more.

Wishing you well as we enjoy these last few weeks of summer!

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 






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