It almost seems crazy now, but just 3 years ago Apraxia didn’t have a face. There was not ONE well known person who had fought apraxia and overcome. I was an SLP before my daughter was born and I can tell you after she was diagnosed, even though I was an SLP, the fear, worry, and guilt that gripped me hung onto me and wouldn’t let me go. It haunted
I think we as mothers need to give ourselves more grace. We need to allow and accept our humanity. We need not feel guilty and just know that EVERY stage of motherhood is hard, but also wonderful at the same time. Every stage, every season, has this push-pull of enjoying it and feeling happiness you have never known, and yet surviving it all at once.
My friend and apraxia mom Shelley Kelley is so awesome she makes Free Halloween Trick or Treat Cards for kids to use if they still can’t say “trick or treat” yet. I put it on my teachers pay teachers since I can’t add a file to my facebook page. Enjoy and Happy Halloween! Trick or Treat Cards!
Are all reading disabilities then dyslexia? The short answer is no, but dyslexia is by far the most common reading disability and can manifest in varying severities.
Games for speech therapy to inspire motivation
Gifts for speech therapists
This year the Denver Apraxia Walk was held August 5th, at Clement Park in Littleton. Apraxia of speech is a severe speech disorder in children that makes the act of learning to speak very difficult. Many endure years of speech therapy struggling to find their voice. I have to say this year was the BEST WALK YET, but it wasn’t do to me. Denver has the most incredible, talented, and