July 2020 Newsletter New virtual resources for you

Dear Friends,

It is hard to believe July is upon us and for the first time in 16 years, we will not be coming together in person for our Annual National Conference. As much as it saddens us not to be together, we know that this was the right decision to keep our apraxia community safe. However, we recognize we must make high-quality evidence-based information available to parents and professionals who need it during these trying times.

Education is a pillar of our mission statement, our core values, and one of our goals as an organization. We stand committed to educating our families and professional community. We are so excited for each of you to join our Virtual Education Series with the first Zoom live webinar at 12:00 pm EDT on Monday, July 6th!

Throughout the month of July, you will have the opportunity to learn from experts across the country on treatment, advocacy, co-occurring issues, and a variety of other topics all FREE of charge. Our goal is to ensure we are providing you with current information, whether in person or in a virtual environment.

We are also pleased to announce the online publication of a series of articles by CAS experts in American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Perspectives on different aspects of research and clinical application around childhood apraxia of speech. Apraxia Kids will be featuring blog posts on each article highlighting the findings and recommendations. Keep an eye out for the first blog summarizing the article by Dr. Ruth Stoeckel and Sue Caspari “Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Clinical Decision Making from a Motor-Based Perspective”!

And finally, we have revamped and updated the Brochures and Printables section of our website. Our hope is to make accessing our resources a little easier by creating guided pathways to find them. Parents and professionals can request our brochures along with downloading information to share with the community.

We are so grateful for your support of our organization. Apraxia Kids is here for you, committed to providing education, training, support, and resources today, tomorrow, and in the future.

Thank you for your continued commitment to our organization!

Angela Grimm

Executive Director

 

 

 

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Dear Friends,

It is hard to believe July is upon us and for the first time in 16 years, we will not be coming together in person for our Annual National Conference. As much as it saddens us not to be together, we know that this was the right decision to keep our apraxia community safe. However, we recognize we must make high-quality evidence-based information available to parents and professionals who need it during these trying times.

Education is a pillar of our mission statement, our core values, and one of our goals as an organization. We stand committed to educating our families and professional community. We are so excited for each of you to join our Virtual Education Series with the first Zoom live webinar at 12:00 pm EDT on Monday, July 6th!

Throughout the month of July, you will have the opportunity to learn from experts across the country on treatment, advocacy, co-occurring issues, and a variety of other topics all FREE of charge. Our goal is to ensure we are providing you with current information, whether in person or in a virtual environment.

We are also pleased to announce the online publication of a series of articles by CAS experts in American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Perspectives on different aspects of research and clinical application around childhood apraxia of speech. Apraxia Kids will be featuring blog posts on each article highlighting the findings and recommendations. Keep an eye out for the first blog summarizing the article by Dr. Ruth Stoeckel and Sue Caspari “Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Clinical Decision Making from a Motor-Based Perspective”!

And finally, we have revamped and updated the Brochures and Printables section of our website. Our hope is to make accessing our resources a little easier by creating guided pathways to find them. Parents and professionals can request our brochures along with downloading information to share with the community.

We are so grateful for your support of our organization. Apraxia Kids is here for you, committed to providing education, training, support, and resources today, tomorrow, and in the future.

Thank you for your continued commitment to our organization!

Angela Grimm

Executive Director

 

 

 

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