June 2019 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

As we reflect on Apraxia Awareness Month, we know now more than ever before that it takes a village to raise a child and it takes a community to raise awareness of childhood apraxia of speech.

This year we saw significantly more families of children with apraxia get involved in raising awareness. As we look forward to Father’s Day, we know that there continues to be a need for the whole family to support and encourage the child. As an organization, we want to honor fathers and father figures this month. We’re starting by recognizing some fathers who sit on our board and volunteer for our organization – they are sharing their story of what being an “apraxia dad” means to them!

We also want to continue to provide resources to support all members of the family. Our webinar Reaching Out to Dads and Siblingsdiscusses the challenges that dads and siblings of children with apraxia of speech face on the diagnosis and therapy journey. Our National Conference not only features a variety of speakers who are fathers of children with apraxia, but also has a unique lunch and learn session for dads only! Year after year, this is a successful and supportive session.

One of our organizational values is partnership. We believe in facilitating partnerships among professionals and families to build a community of support. We hope you will join us in honoring fathers and father figures this Father’s Day and on all steps of the journey.

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dear Friends,

As we reflect on Apraxia Awareness Month, we know now more than ever before that it takes a village to raise a child and it takes a community to raise awareness of childhood apraxia of speech.

This year we saw significantly more families of children with apraxia get involved in raising awareness. As we look forward to Father’s Day, we know that there continues to be a need for the whole family to support and encourage the child. As an organization, we want to honor fathers and father figures this month. We’re starting by recognizing some fathers who sit on our board and volunteer for our organization – they are sharing their story of what being an “apraxia dad” means to them!

We also want to continue to provide resources to support all members of the family. Our webinar Reaching Out to Dads and Siblingsdiscusses the challenges that dads and siblings of children with apraxia of speech face on the diagnosis and therapy journey. Our National Conference not only features a variety of speakers who are fathers of children with apraxia, but also has a unique lunch and learn session for dads only! Year after year, this is a successful and supportive session.

One of our organizational values is partnership. We believe in facilitating partnerships among professionals and families to build a community of support. We hope you will join us in honoring fathers and father figures this Father’s Day and on all steps of the journey.

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

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