February 2021 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

The apraxia community is the heart and soul of our organization, and we are dedicated to supporting and educating every individual in it. As an organization whose vision is to ensure that every child finds their voice, spreading awareness and championing inclusivity are critical to the mission of Apraxia Kids.

As we kick off the month of February and Black History Month, we are committed to sharing invaluable resources, perspectives, and learning opportunities with all of you. To help achieve this, we have put together a series of blog posts titled “Celebrate Black History Month with Apraxia Kids” written by members of our Diversity and Inclusion task force. I encourage you to read the first blog post that introduces this new Task Force and keep an eye out for additional posts coming each Monday of this month.

Raising awareness year round is critical to furthering our mission. Our hope is that every family impacted with childhood apraxia of speech finds Apraxia Kids and all of the resources, education, and support we have to offer. With Apraxia Awareness Month quickly approaching, you can take steps now to start spreading awareness by facilitating a Be The Voice event or filing a proclamation for your local community.

Joining the Walk for Apraxia is another way to spread awareness. We are so excited to open our 2021 Walk for Apraxia events in the coming weeks and for the first time ever, there will no longer be a registration fee to participate! We want our events to be open to anyone who would like to attend. This change will expand our community Walk events, bringing even more families together to share their stories and spread hope.

I hope that we can count on your support in making a difference. Every little action, from making a donation to posting on social media to sharing a resource with someone new, helps us move our mission forward. Together, we can spread awareness to create a better world for the thousands of children that need our support.

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm

Executive Director

Click here to subscribe to the Apraxia Kids monthly newsletter!

Dear Friends,

The apraxia community is the heart and soul of our organization, and we are dedicated to supporting and educating every individual in it. As an organization whose vision is to ensure that every child finds their voice, spreading awareness and championing inclusivity are critical to the mission of Apraxia Kids.

As we kick off the month of February and Black History Month, we are committed to sharing invaluable resources, perspectives, and learning opportunities with all of you. To help achieve this, we have put together a series of blog posts titled “Celebrate Black History Month with Apraxia Kids” written by members of our Diversity and Inclusion task force. I encourage you to read the first blog post that introduces this new Task Force and keep an eye out for additional posts coming each Monday of this month.

Raising awareness year round is critical to furthering our mission. Our hope is that every family impacted with childhood apraxia of speech finds Apraxia Kids and all of the resources, education, and support we have to offer. With Apraxia Awareness Month quickly approaching, you can take steps now to start spreading awareness by facilitating a Be The Voice event or filing a proclamation for your local community.

Joining the Walk for Apraxia is another way to spread awareness. We are so excited to open our 2021 Walk for Apraxia events in the coming weeks and for the first time ever, there will no longer be a registration fee to participate! We want our events to be open to anyone who would like to attend. This change will expand our community Walk events, bringing even more families together to share their stories and spread hope.

I hope that we can count on your support in making a difference. Every little action, from making a donation to posting on social media to sharing a resource with someone new, helps us move our mission forward. Together, we can spread awareness to create a better world for the thousands of children that need our support.

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm

Executive Director

Click here to subscribe to the Apraxia Kids monthly newsletter!



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