Striving to connect neighborhood resources and information on apraxia and associated disorders with the individuals, families, therapists, educators and other professionals who need them. The Apraxia Connection serves Chicago-area communities and the Midwest.
The Apraxia Connection's One Wish Grant made this family's wish come true. Originally from Claudia Parker, The Reporter Online on December 25, 2014.
HINSDALE – The silence finally is being lifted in regards to what people know about Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and that’s helping children – and their parents – find their voice.
When La Grange Park resident Michele Kowalski learned her daughter was diagnosed with Apraxia about eight years ago, she hadn't heard of the motor speech disorder, let alone what she would need to do to address it.
Today I am happy to share with you a new non-profit organization based out of Chicagoland, The Apraxia Connection.
In 2009, three Chicagoland moms had a dream to raise funds for Childhood Apraxia of Speech awareness, research and education.