Apraxia would have destroyed me

I often think about what would have happened had it been me who had apraxia, dyspraxia, SPD, dysarthria, and a learning disability when I was young.  It’s pointless I know, but I was/am a perfectionist.  That’s not a good thing.  I learned early I was really good at spelling, reading and writing, but math I…

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The Rise

I have Ashlynn on a new game plan.  We had to take a break from her private speech because of unforseen financial issues in our life, but now we are back and better than ever. She’ll be seeing her awesome private SLP again on Tuesdays (who just happens to be my mentor, friend, and speech…

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Neurology, delays, a dream, and a miracle.

Most parents of kids who have a child with global apraxia will at some point visit the neurologist.  It’s usually before the age of 7, which is the age Ashlynn is today. I remember the referral, although the dates are a little fuzzy.  We were either at Ashlynn’s 6 or 9 month checkup and I…

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SLPMommyofApraxia Top Ten Posts of 2016

This year was a little rough on me.  However,  positives and good things still happen in any bad year. I personally believe the life we are given, your life, my life, Ashlynn’s life…we are given this life to learn to and to grow.  Christians may refer to this as a “cross to bear.”  I know…

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