Virtual Education Series FAQ

What is the Virtual Education Series?

Apraxia Kids will be hosting a Virtual Education Series beginning July 6 through August 6!  Newly recorded sessions and Zoom live presentations will be available featuring a variety of topics including CAS and comorbid issues, therapy, advocacy, and much, much more.

Is this education series appropriate for both parents and professionals?

Yes!  We have a variety of subject matter for anyone who is navigating their journey with apraxia of speech.

Are CEU’s available for the Virtual Education Series?

Not at this time.  We will be working to determine which of the featured webinar presentations will become available for CEU’s later in the summer.  Additional details will be shared at a later time along with what fees will be associated for continuing education.

If I cannot attend a live presentation, will there be a recording I can view?

Yes.  Live Zoom webinar recordings will be available on the Virtual Education Series web page here.

Is there a cost to view the Virtual Education Series?

No.  Apraxia Kids is committed to providing education to our apraxia community in the absence of our National Conference this year.

When will registration for the 2021 National Conference in Plano Texas open?

Registration for the 2021 National Conference will open in January.  We encourage you to follow our 2021 National Conference event page for details around the 2021 conference.

Can I get a certificate for attending sessions for my work?

Yes, you can download a certificate and fill in your name and number of hours attended to submit to your employer.  The link can be found at the bottom of the main Virtual Education Series web page.

Can I ask questions during the Zoom live webinars?

Yes, the chat feature will be turned off during the presentation, but attendees can ask questions using the Question & Answer feature.  Questions and their answers will either be posted in the Q&A box for all to see or it will be answered aloud by the speaker.


Aligned with our mission, Apraxia Kids does not endorse any one method, program, or approach.  Rather, we share information so families and professionals can make informed choices for children with CAS as they work to find their voices.