March 2020 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

The apraxia community is unlike any other community in its willingness to support each child, family, and professional through their journey. Across North America, dedicated parents and professionals are choosing to volunteer their time to make a difference, and YOU can too!

Did you know that one simple way to improve services for children with CAS is to participate in the US Census? Your participation is critical to ensure that your state’s public schools receive the full amount of federal funding that they are entitled to. An accurate census is key to schools getting the funding they need to serve every child who walks through their doors.

With Apraxia Awareness Month growing steadily closer, you can also help raise awareness of CAS in your local community by filing a proclamation in your town or county! A proclamation is a public or official announcement issued by your local government. Over 100 volunteers have filed proclamations in their area to make May 14th Apraxia Awareness Day!

Finally, you can make a difference by helping to plan your local Walk for Apraxia. Whether you are signing up to distribute flyers to local restaurants, or taking charge of reaching out to sponsors, or having conversations with families in the area to make them feel welcomed, your contribution matters! Walk planning team members are essential to these events’ success, and with successful events comes more awareness, more support, and more education on CAS.

What action will you take this year to help us realize our vision? Together we can build a world where every child with apraxia of speech is afforded their best opportunity to achieve optimal speech.

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

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Dear Friends,

The apraxia community is unlike any other community in its willingness to support each child, family, and professional through their journey. Across North America, dedicated parents and professionals are choosing to volunteer their time to make a difference, and YOU can too!

Did you know that one simple way to improve services for children with CAS is to participate in the US Census? Your participation is critical to ensure that your state’s public schools receive the full amount of federal funding that they are entitled to. An accurate census is key to schools getting the funding they need to serve every child who walks through their doors.

With Apraxia Awareness Month growing steadily closer, you can also help raise awareness of CAS in your local community by filing a proclamation in your town or county! A proclamation is a public or official announcement issued by your local government. Over 100 volunteers have filed proclamations in their area to make May 14th Apraxia Awareness Day!

Finally, you can make a difference by helping to plan your local Walk for Apraxia. Whether you are signing up to distribute flyers to local restaurants, or taking charge of reaching out to sponsors, or having conversations with families in the area to make them feel welcomed, your contribution matters! Walk planning team members are essential to these events’ success, and with successful events comes more awareness, more support, and more education on CAS.

What action will you take this year to help us realize our vision? Together we can build a world where every child with apraxia of speech is afforded their best opportunity to achieve optimal speech.

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

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