January 2021 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

On behalf of the entire Apraxia Kids staff, I hope you had a wonderful holiday and this note finds you all well. A new year calls for new beginnings and hope for some sense of normalcy as we look ahead to 2021 and the exciting things we have planned for our community.

Our staff spent the last few months of 2020 looking forward, creating new programs, planning for our events, and developing new content as we work to share resources and educate our families and professional network. Here are just a few things we are working on:

  • Apraxia Awareness Month is our chance to educate and inform as many people as possible about our cause. Plans are well underway for May and our hope is to share our theme and resources very soon. Check out our Awareness page for more information on Apraxia Awareness Month and the different ways you can help spread awareness of childhood apraxia of speech in your community.
  • We are once again looking for volunteers to file proclamations in your local state, county or community to make May 14th Apraxia Awareness Day even more impactful! If you are interested in getting involved this year, follow this link to sign up!
  • We are working to update our Walk for Apraxia platform and look forward to sharing our official 2021 Walk shirt and other exciting updates in the coming month. In the meantime, be sure to follow the Walk for Apraxia Facebook Page for the most recent updates.
  • We continue to identify and share local resources on our website, but we need your help. By adding a local resource, you are investing in our organization and helping families as they navigate their journey with childhood apraxia of speech. Examples of local resources can include early intervention services, legal services, parent resources, and much more! Share your resources with the community here.
  • The National Conference will take place as a hybrid event for 2021, allowing our community to join us in person (if possible) or online. Registration for the National Conference will open March 1st. If you have any questions about the National Conference, view our FAQs on our website.

We are excited for this new year and look forward to our continued partnership with each of you. Continue to follow Apraxia Kids for updates as we launch all of our new initiatives including more resources and new content!

As always, thank you for being a valued member of our community.

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm

Click here to subscribe to the Apraxia Kids monthly newsletter!

Dear Friends,

On behalf of the entire Apraxia Kids staff, I hope you had a wonderful holiday and this note finds you all well. A new year calls for new beginnings and hope for some sense of normalcy as we look ahead to 2021 and the exciting things we have planned for our community.

Our staff spent the last few months of 2020 looking forward, creating new programs, planning for our events, and developing new content as we work to share resources and educate our families and professional network. Here are just a few things we are working on:

  • Apraxia Awareness Month is our chance to educate and inform as many people as possible about our cause. Plans are well underway for May and our hope is to share our theme and resources very soon. Check out our Awareness page for more information on Apraxia Awareness Month and the different ways you can help spread awareness of childhood apraxia of speech in your community.
  • We are once again looking for volunteers to file proclamations in your local state, county or community to make May 14th Apraxia Awareness Day even more impactful! If you are interested in getting involved this year, follow this link to sign up!
  • We are working to update our Walk for Apraxia platform and look forward to sharing our official 2021 Walk shirt and other exciting updates in the coming month. In the meantime, be sure to follow the Walk for Apraxia Facebook Page for the most recent updates.
  • We continue to identify and share local resources on our website, but we need your help. By adding a local resource, you are investing in our organization and helping families as they navigate their journey with childhood apraxia of speech. Examples of local resources can include early intervention services, legal services, parent resources, and much more! Share your resources with the community here.
  • The National Conference will take place as a hybrid event for 2021, allowing our community to join us in person (if possible) or online. Registration for the National Conference will open March 1st. If you have any questions about the National Conference, view our FAQs on our website.

We are excited for this new year and look forward to our continued partnership with each of you. Continue to follow Apraxia Kids for updates as we launch all of our new initiatives including more resources and new content!

As always, thank you for being a valued member of our community.

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm

Click here to subscribe to the Apraxia Kids monthly newsletter!



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