First, know that you are not alone. There are supports available to you to help you along your journey. Our website has a lot of information that can help you. We suggest starting here, with our “New to Apraxia” page to find our comprehensive Parent Portal, to learn all the basic information and to see resources for every developmental step of the way. Make sure you join our Facebook support group to seek advice and support from other parents and professionals. You can seek an evaluation from an SLP who has experience with childhood apraxia of speech by visiting our Speech-Language Pathologist Directory.