CONGRATULATIONS PARKER’S PACK FOR REACHING THE GRAND CHAMPIONS CLUB!

The Walk for Apraxia is the largest fundraising and awareness event supporting the children, our Apraxia Stars, affected by childhood apraxia of speech. Walk teams who participate and raise $5,000 or more are recognized as part of the Grand Champions Club, receiving specialized benefits as a thank you for all of their dedication and hard work. This kind of fundraising allows Apraxia Kids to explore more support options offered to families and professionals and helps sustain our mission. A growing number of Walk for Apraxia teams continue to reach this special milestone and touch our hearts with their stories.

Team Parker’s Pack is a Grand Champions Club member and walked as participants of the 2020 DC Virtual Walk for Apraxia to celebrate their Apraxia Star, Parker Fissel. Throughout 2020, this team has been able to raise an astounding $8,783.00! Apraxia Kids had the opportunity to interview the team captain, Kendayl Fissel, to discuss this achievement.

Apraxia Kids: Tell us about your journey with apraxia.

Kendayl Fissel: When our daughter Parker received the Apraxia diagnosis, and we had no clue what that meant. After doing some research and figuring out all that apraxia was, we knew we wanted to help not only our daughter but EVERY child. We found the Walk for Apraxia in 2019 and decided this was our year to make a difference and create a team for our shining star to raise awareness so all children can have a voice!

Apraxia Kids: Why is it important for you to participate in the Virtual Walk for Apraxia?

Kendayl Fissel: Apraxia has personally changed our family. We want to help make a difference and raise awareness so that every child can have access and accessibility to therapy and resources.

Apraxia Kids: What does being in the Grand Champions Club mean to you?

Kendayl Fissel: Being in the Grand Champions Club means that we have the BEST support from our family and friends around us that also want to help raise awareness.

Becoming a Grand Champions Club member is an incredible achievement! Thank you, team Parker’s Pack. You have genuinely impacted the way Apraxia Kids can support children, families, and professionals affected by childhood apraxia of speech.

If you would like to learn more about Parker’s Pack, visit their Teamraiser here.

The Walk for Apraxia is the largest fundraising and awareness event supporting the children, our Apraxia Stars, affected by childhood apraxia of speech. Walk teams who participate and raise $5,000 or more are recognized as part of the Grand Champions Club, receiving specialized benefits as a thank you for all of their dedication and hard work. This kind of fundraising allows Apraxia Kids to explore more support options offered to families and professionals and helps sustain our mission. A growing number of Walk for Apraxia teams continue to reach this special milestone and touch our hearts with their stories.

Team Parker’s Pack is a Grand Champions Club member and walked as participants of the 2020 DC Virtual Walk for Apraxia to celebrate their Apraxia Star, Parker Fissel. Throughout 2020, this team has been able to raise an astounding $8,783.00! Apraxia Kids had the opportunity to interview the team captain, Kendayl Fissel, to discuss this achievement.

Apraxia Kids: Tell us about your journey with apraxia.

Kendayl Fissel: When our daughter Parker received the Apraxia diagnosis, and we had no clue what that meant. After doing some research and figuring out all that apraxia was, we knew we wanted to help not only our daughter but EVERY child. We found the Walk for Apraxia in 2019 and decided this was our year to make a difference and create a team for our shining star to raise awareness so all children can have a voice!

Apraxia Kids: Why is it important for you to participate in the Virtual Walk for Apraxia?

Kendayl Fissel: Apraxia has personally changed our family. We want to help make a difference and raise awareness so that every child can have access and accessibility to therapy and resources.

Apraxia Kids: What does being in the Grand Champions Club mean to you?

Kendayl Fissel: Being in the Grand Champions Club means that we have the BEST support from our family and friends around us that also want to help raise awareness.

Becoming a Grand Champions Club member is an incredible achievement! Thank you, team Parker’s Pack. You have genuinely impacted the way Apraxia Kids can support children, families, and professionals affected by childhood apraxia of speech.

If you would like to learn more about Parker’s Pack, visit their Teamraiser here.



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