July 2019 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

The time to get involved in your local Walk for Apraxia has arrived!

The Walk for Apraxia brings together those touched by apraxia, uniting families and professionals in a community of support. Children with apraxia and their families are able to connect with others who understand the difficult road they are on. For many, the walk is the first time that they are not alone on their journey – there are others who have walked the path and can share their successes and how they overcame even the toughest obstacles!

Denver Walk Coordinator, Laura, says, “Many people report feeling alone, isolated, or as though no one understands when their child is diagnosed with apraxia. If you are feeling this way, you don’t have to! The walk is a chance to come and be with your people. A tribe of people is waiting to welcome you and understand without any words being said.”

Year after year, we hear how special the Walk for Apraxia is for our stars! Children with apraxia of speech receive a medal of recognition for their hard work during a touching ceremony. They can look out into the crowd of family, friends, and community members to know that they are supported while they wear their medal with pride!

There are lots of ways that YOU can get involved in the walk this year!

  • Form a team, join a team, or donate to a team – every individual registration and every dollar donated helps improve the lives of children with apraxia of speech.

With walks held all over the US and Canada, the Walk for Apraxia is truly a community event. We hope you will join us this year!

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subscribe to our newsletter HERE!

Dear Friends,

The time to get involved in your local Walk for Apraxia has arrived!

The Walk for Apraxia brings together those touched by apraxia, uniting families and professionals in a community of support. Children with apraxia and their families are able to connect with others who understand the difficult road they are on. For many, the walk is the first time that they are not alone on their journey – there are others who have walked the path and can share their successes and how they overcame even the toughest obstacles!

Denver Walk Coordinator, Laura, says, “Many people report feeling alone, isolated, or as though no one understands when their child is diagnosed with apraxia. If you are feeling this way, you don’t have to! The walk is a chance to come and be with your people. A tribe of people is waiting to welcome you and understand without any words being said.”

Year after year, we hear how special the Walk for Apraxia is for our stars! Children with apraxia of speech receive a medal of recognition for their hard work during a touching ceremony. They can look out into the crowd of family, friends, and community members to know that they are supported while they wear their medal with pride!

There are lots of ways that YOU can get involved in the walk this year!

  • Form a team, join a team, or donate to a team – every individual registration and every dollar donated helps improve the lives of children with apraxia of speech.

With walks held all over the US and Canada, the Walk for Apraxia is truly a community event. We hope you will join us this year!

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subscribe to our newsletter HERE!



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