February Newsletter

Dear Friends,

The first few weeks of 2019 have seen so much progress for Apraxia Kids already: a newly designed website, our National Conference opening for registration earlier than ever before, and a NEW membership-based webinar portal. As we continue to push forward, we cannot lose sight of why our organization exists: because of the love we have for children with apraxia of speech.

One of our outreach coordinators, Meghan from New York, has always said, “Awareness is love.” As we look forward to the coming year, and Apraxia Awareness Month in particular, we cannot help but be reminded of the possibilities that exist for us if we are willing to spread a little love into our communities.

You can begin this month by changing your profile picture on Facebook to our exclusive “I love someone with childhood apraxia of speech!” profile picture! Find out more about how you can raise awareness in your community to show your friends, families, and coworkers the love you have for your child!

You can also arrange to join us this summer for our hallmark event, the National Conference, where parents and professionals come together to learn, support, and foster relationships! Scholarships are now available, and applications are due March 15th. These scholarships are only available because of the love and dedication of our Walk for Apraxia volunteers and supporters!

We can’t wait to see how YOU spread the love this year!

Finally, it is with great appreciation that we announce that our Vice President of Programs, Dave Hammer, is retiring at the end of 2019. As a remarkable 40-year career comes to a close, we are continuously inspired by the ways in which Dave’s love for children with apraxia of speech has impacted the supports available for both parents and professionals. We look forward to celebrating with Dave as he achieves this next milestone in his life. Please join us in congratulating Dave on his retirement!

Wishing you love and laughter this month,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

Dear Friends,

The first few weeks of 2019 have seen so much progress for Apraxia Kids already: a newly designed website, our National Conference opening for registration earlier than ever before, and a NEW membership-based webinar portal. As we continue to push forward, we cannot lose sight of why our organization exists: because of the love we have for children with apraxia of speech.

One of our outreach coordinators, Meghan from New York, has always said, “Awareness is love.” As we look forward to the coming year, and Apraxia Awareness Month in particular, we cannot help but be reminded of the possibilities that exist for us if we are willing to spread a little love into our communities.

You can begin this month by changing your profile picture on Facebook to our exclusive “I love someone with childhood apraxia of speech!” profile picture! Find out more about how you can raise awareness in your community to show your friends, families, and coworkers the love you have for your child!

You can also arrange to join us this summer for our hallmark event, the National Conference, where parents and professionals come together to learn, support, and foster relationships! Scholarships are now available, and applications are due March 15th. These scholarships are only available because of the love and dedication of our Walk for Apraxia volunteers and supporters!

We can’t wait to see how YOU spread the love this year!

Finally, it is with great appreciation that we announce that our Vice President of Programs, Dave Hammer, is retiring at the end of 2019. As a remarkable 40-year career comes to a close, we are continuously inspired by the ways in which Dave’s love for children with apraxia of speech has impacted the supports available for both parents and professionals. We look forward to celebrating with Dave as he achieves this next milestone in his life. Please join us in congratulating Dave on his retirement!

Wishing you love and laughter this month,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 



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