Speech-language
Pathologist Directory

At Apraxia Kids, we understand how very challenging it can be to locate a speech-language pathologist who has a reasonable level of experience and skill in evaluating and treating children with apraxia of speech. For that reason, we have created an online directory to connect families with SLPs across the US and Canada who have shown an understanding of and experience in, treating children with apraxia of speech.

Get started by searching our interactive directory with location-based search and filter options.

WHAT IS REQUIRED TO BE LISTED IN OUR DIRECTORY?

Professionals must set up an account on the Apraxia Kids website and then complete a multi-step process including receive a passing score of 80% on an objective quiz and complete several short answer questions which demonstrate a foundational knowledge in assessment and treatment of children with apraxia. This better ensures that those in the directory have the understanding, skills, training, and experiences to be successful with children with apraxia.

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IS THERE A FEE TO BE LISTED IN THE DIRECTORY?

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, there is no fee for SLPs to be listed in the SLP Directory. This unique list ensures that SLPs with experience in treating childhood apraxia of speech are accessible to the families that need them, including school-based SLPs, SLPs in clinics, and SLPs in private practice.

THERE ISN’T A PROFESSIONAL LISTED IN MY AREA. WHAT DO I DO?

The directory is not inclusive of all therapists experienced in childhood apraxia of speech. We are continually working to reach out to therapists across the US and Canada who have skills, training, and experiences to be successful with children with apraxia.

We encourage you to check out our local Resource Guides for a university clinic in your state that may have someone who has some expertise in CAS or who can help guide you. You may also wish to find the closest Speech-Language Pathologist in the directory and see if they are willing to be available for collaboration/consultation with a local therapist, provide a treatment plan, and/or provide teletherapy services.

KNOW AN SLP WHO ISN’T LISTED YET?

If you know an SLP who is currently treating children with apraxia of speech, invite them to complete the process to be listed in our directory by sharing this link. The more qualified SLPs who know about this resource, the easier it will be for families to find the help they are seeking.

Apraxia Kids maintains a Speech-language Pathologist Directory as a free resource for our apraxia community. Your support allows us to expand our directory throughout the communities we serve by connecting SLPs to our families.