Category Archives: Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

My Son is Stronger Than Me

My son is in his third year of intensive speech therapy and recently started Kindergarten. Although he has several approximations , he has yet to say a complete sentence with zero errors.   As a parent, I teeter on feelings of … Continue reading

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My Apraxia Awareness Message : We Need More Positive Experiences

We are finishing up our second school year of speech therapy.  I consider myself a fairly patient person but truth is I have come to realize that working with our school system has been an uphill battle.  I have cried … Continue reading

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Let it Go

The process of receiving these stickers from my son reminds me regularly to let go of my fears and worries that come from being mother of a child with a speech disorder.
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Nine Strategies to Maintain a Positive Outlook When Your Child Has Apraxia or Other Disorder

  In my previous post I talked about my personal struggle with emotions in relation to my son’s apraxia and sensory processing disorder.  It can be be long uphill battle if we let our negative emotions get the best of … Continue reading

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When a Child Struggles the Parent Also Struggles

  Show and tell in preschool—it should be a fun time where the child, with great enthusiasm, shows an item that has significant meaning to the them with the rest of the class.   Instead of a state of joy … Continue reading

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