September 2019 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

Despite having several months left in 2019, we know this time of year brings new beginnings for the families we serve. Many are sending their children back to school, and some are experiencing the first days of Kindergarten.

As children with apraxia grow and take on new challenges, their needs change. What once was a primary focus on the speech disorder is now likely to change to a focus on struggles with reading, concerns about socializing with peers, or even fears about getting on the correct bus.

As an organization, we are committed to increasing the understanding, awareness, and support for children with CAS. In order to continue to provide programs and services that address the needs of children with CAS, we need your feedback.

Your voice matters, and participating in this anonymous survey will help improve Apraxia Kids programs and services.

Throughout our history, we’ve worked towards a single purpose: improving the support systems in the lives of children with apraxia. To help us achieve our goals, we rely heavily on the support of our families and the professional community who are impacted. Thank you in advance for sharing your experience to help us improve the lives of all children with apraxia!

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

 

 

Dear Friends,

Despite having several months left in 2019, we know this time of year brings new beginnings for the families we serve. Many are sending their children back to school, and some are experiencing the first days of Kindergarten.

As children with apraxia grow and take on new challenges, their needs change. What once was a primary focus on the speech disorder is now likely to change to a focus on struggles with reading, concerns about socializing with peers, or even fears about getting on the correct bus.

As an organization, we are committed to increasing the understanding, awareness, and support for children with CAS. In order to continue to provide programs and services that address the needs of children with CAS, we need your feedback.

Your voice matters, and participating in this anonymous survey will help improve Apraxia Kids programs and services.

Throughout our history, we’ve worked towards a single purpose: improving the support systems in the lives of children with apraxia. To help us achieve our goals, we rely heavily on the support of our families and the professional community who are impacted. Thank you in advance for sharing your experience to help us improve the lives of all children with apraxia!

Warmest Regards,

Angela Grimm
Executive Director

 

 

 



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