CAS Resource: Once Upon a Time

Did you know there is a great new resource about CAS for parents and speech-language pathologists (SLPs)?

The Once Upon a Time Foundation (OUAT) is a private non-profit foundation whose mission is to help children with CAS by educating parents and SLPs about evidence-based practices. For more than five years, they have been working with experts on CAS to offer free trainings, both online and in-person, for SLPs about the diagnosis and treatment of CAS. These trainings range from introductory to advanced, and include training on Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC), an evidence-based treatment for CAS developed by Dr. Edythe Strand.

The Foundation also created a website, Child Apraxia Treatment, with a variety of informative articles and videos about CAS for parents and SLPs. In addition, the website has a directory of SLPs who have completed the Foundation’s Advanced Two Day workshop on CAS.

What other projects is the Once Upon a Time Foundation conducting?

The Foundation has budgeted over $1 million in grants for researchers to study treatment for CAS. Proposals are being reviewed and finalized for projects on efficacy of treatment to begin in 2021.  Other projects will be added as needs are identified. Look for more information about these research projects and opportunities to participate on the Apraxia Kids and Child Apraxia Treatment websites and social media!

Are Apraxia Kids and the Once Upon a Time Foundation collaborating?

Yes! Apraxia Kids and Once Upon a Time Foundation collaborate to meet the needs of the apraxia community. Both organizations are committed to sharing information to further educate families and professionals in order to help children with childhood apraxia of speech find their voice!

Did you know there is a great new resource about CAS for parents and speech-language pathologists (SLPs)?

The Once Upon a Time Foundation (OUAT) is a private non-profit foundation whose mission is to help children with CAS by educating parents and SLPs about evidence-based practices. For more than five years, they have been working with experts on CAS to offer free trainings, both online and in-person, for SLPs about the diagnosis and treatment of CAS. These trainings range from introductory to advanced, and include training on Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC), an evidence-based treatment for CAS developed by Dr. Edythe Strand.

The Foundation also created a website, Child Apraxia Treatment, with a variety of informative articles and videos about CAS for parents and SLPs. In addition, the website has a directory of SLPs who have completed the Foundation’s Advanced Two Day workshop on CAS.

What other projects is the Once Upon a Time Foundation conducting?

The Foundation has budgeted over $1 million in grants for researchers to study treatment for CAS. Proposals are being reviewed and finalized for projects on efficacy of treatment to begin in 2021.  Other projects will be added as needs are identified. Look for more information about these research projects and opportunities to participate on the Apraxia Kids and Child Apraxia Treatment websites and social media!

Are Apraxia Kids and the Once Upon a Time Foundation collaborating?

Yes! Apraxia Kids and Once Upon a Time Foundation collaborate to meet the needs of the apraxia community. Both organizations are committed to sharing information to further educate families and professionals in order to help children with childhood apraxia of speech find their voice!



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