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Our supporters help us drive our mission forward, ensuring strong support systems in the lives of children with apraxia of speech.
“Our son, Matthew, was diagnosed with Apraxia at three years old. We had never heard of Apraxia, but felt like sponges ready to soak up all we could to better position ourselves as Matthew’s advocates. I’m grateful to this day for Apraxia Kids Facebook groups and website, which gave me access to resources and support. The feeling of community is palpable and the celebration and love for all our children leaves a lasting impact.”
“So much has been conquered and overcome these last few years, but we know so many more battles will present themselves and need to be won. The power of family and support and genuine love is what keeps us going. The desire for him to just be a young playing outside with his friends with no care in the world keeps us engaged as parents to keep advocating and searching for the best. This is why we support Apraxia Kids. We always have and always will support our son, but now we can also support other children that share similar journeys with Apraxia.”
“We wanted to fundraise because our son received an iPad from the Speech Tablets for Apraxia program three years ago. We were in a major transition in our life and we couldn’t financially afford an iPad. We wanted every tool we could get to help him on this journey. The iPad has been an amazing tool for him. Now, we hope the money we raise no matter how much or how little can help other families on this journey.”
“There is nothing better than giving back to an organization like Apraxia Kids. A lot of times as a parent you feel helpless watching your child struggle with apraxia, but by raising donations you are doing something important and taking control of the situation. You can feel good knowing you are helping your children feel special about themselves!”
“We want to raise funds for more research and also to support other kids with Apraxia who are in need. We want to spread awareness because it is important to help others to understand apraxia. Most of these kids have a long road ahead of them, but together we can help them find their voices.”
“Finding and receiving services and support for apraxia has been a long and tiresome journey. The Apraxia Kids website brought me my first hope in learning to treat apraxia and find support. With the Apraxia Kids support groups, I no longer felt I was on my own. Other families were able to offer some tips and especially a caring ear to listen to my concerns. We want to honor our daughter and raise money to inform people about CAS and how it affects children.”