Be the Voice in Your Community!

Your awareness efforts are a vital way to help others hear about childhood apraxia of speech (CAS).  By telling your story, you help families and professionals who support children with CAS navigate their journey with more confidence.

We know that one of the most common issues many families face is a lack of knowledge about CAS in the general public and even among many types of education and childcare providers. When people do not know what apraxia is, children are misjudged, mislabeled, and mistreated. We have come so far in making apraxia known, but we still have miles to go!

The Be the Voice platform is your opportunity to put your creative ideas into action for a good cause.    Previously, individuals have done things like host an informational table at a community fair or event, held a “Wear Blue” day at work or school, or organize a lemonade stand to spread awareness and raise funds for Apraxia Kids.  No matter if you keep it simple or make it a major event, there are endless ways to spread awareness about childhood apraxia of speech.

Visit the new and improved Apraxia Kids Be the Voice webpage for suggestions on how to spread awareness,  inform us of your endeavors, and  request support materials to make your awareness efforts a success.  Once on the webpage, scroll down and learn more about the new pre-made Be the Voice Kits released to offer you more aid.

  • Classroom Kit – Includes activities and information for both students and teachers.
  • Event Kit – Includes simple and easy ways to spread awareness and fundraise.
  • Point-of Purchase – Order a set of stars to create of display of supporters when a donation is made.

No matter your approach, Apraxia Kids looks forward to hearing about your experiences and how you will spread awareness.  Let us know if your activity is an Awareness event or an Awareness + Fundraising event.  Every child deserves a voice.  Help normalize the conversation and Be the Voice!

Your awareness efforts are a vital way to help others hear about childhood apraxia of speech (CAS).  By telling your story, you help families and professionals who support children with CAS navigate their journey with more confidence.

We know that one of the most common issues many families face is a lack of knowledge about CAS in the general public and even among many types of education and childcare providers. When people do not know what apraxia is, children are misjudged, mislabeled, and mistreated. We have come so far in making apraxia known, but we still have miles to go!

The Be the Voice platform is your opportunity to put your creative ideas into action for a good cause.    Previously, individuals have done things like host an informational table at a community fair or event, held a “Wear Blue” day at work or school, or organize a lemonade stand to spread awareness and raise funds for Apraxia Kids.  No matter if you keep it simple or make it a major event, there are endless ways to spread awareness about childhood apraxia of speech.

Visit the new and improved Apraxia Kids Be the Voice webpage for suggestions on how to spread awareness,  inform us of your endeavors, and  request support materials to make your awareness efforts a success.  Once on the webpage, scroll down and learn more about the new pre-made Be the Voice Kits released to offer you more aid.

  • Classroom Kit – Includes activities and information for both students and teachers.
  • Event Kit – Includes simple and easy ways to spread awareness and fundraise.
  • Point-of Purchase – Order a set of stars to create of display of supporters when a donation is made.

No matter your approach, Apraxia Kids looks forward to hearing about your experiences and how you will spread awareness.  Let us know if your activity is an Awareness event or an Awareness + Fundraising event.  Every child deserves a voice.  Help normalize the conversation and Be the Voice!



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