4th Chicagoland Walk for Apraxia

CASANA Apraxia Walk Logo 2012

Please join us on our 1-mile walk around Ty Warner Park in Westmont.

This is a family and stroller-friendly park with wide-open spaces, a huge sand pit, and a fun playground equipment for all ages. We invite you, your family, your friends, your neighbors, your co-workers, your speech therapists, your therapists and doctors, your child’s teachers … EVERYONE touched by your child and family…to walk with us in support and to build awareness. There will be plenty of food, drinks, and entertainment along with some additional information for families looking for local resources.

 

Saturday, October 13, 2012
9:00am: Registration opens
10:00am: One-mile walk begins

Ty Warner Park in Westmont, Illinois (corner of Blackhawk Drive and Plaza Drive)

REGISTER for the walk:  Visit www.apraxia-kids.org/chicagolandwalk

Over the past three years, we’ve experienced the proud support of hundreds of walkers and donors contributing close to $100,000  to the Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA) for national apraxia of speech awareness, education and research.  This year, in collaboration with CASANA, The Apraxia Connection will hold the 4th annual walk for children with apraxia and associated disorders.  Proceeds from online walk donations and all walk registrations will benefit both the national mission of CASANA and our Midwestern mission of The Apraxia Connection.  Proceeds from our on-site raffle, silent auction and the generous participation of area clinics and organizations invested in special needs development will directly benefit The Apraxia Connection.

Please join us for food, drink, games, activities, crafts, music, two great playgrounds and more all within a beautiful park setting.  The one-mile park path is stroller and wheelchair-friendly.

HELP US EVEN MORE AFTER THE WALK by doing your grocery shopping or having lunch at Standard Market.  Details can be found  in this flyer: Standard Market Fundraiser Flyer.  Please share and thank you!

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