Welcome to my personal fundraising page for the Walk for Apraxia. I Walk for Apraxia for my son Kyle and to show my support for children in my community with apraxia, our shining stars. I Walk to show these stars they are not alone.
Kyle's receptive language (what he hears and understands) is excellent. His expressive language (what he can say) is quite delayed and we're working super hard to improve this.Kyle has been in speech therapy since he was 18 months old and was diagnosed with Speech Apraxia around 21 months (January 2015). Kyle continues to receive speech therapy 4x per week (2x from county and 2x private). In late 2018, we uncovered he has a language impairment as well. He's come such a long way and is becoming more and more intelligible (and fiesty) every day!! He is one of the hardest workers - we're so proud of him.
So now let me tell you more about this fantastic organization and how your donations can make a difference. Every dollar raised helps support Apraxia Kids. I believe in the work Apraxia Kids does to strengthen the support systems in the lives of children with apraxia so that each child is afforded their best opportunity to develop to their full potential.
I need your help. Would you please consider joining our team and helping us raise funds, or possibly making a donation? Your donation goes to fund amazing programs like iPads for children who need it to communicate, parent and speech therapist workshops, research, and a program to assist families in need with speech therapy costs. (Donations are tax deductible; registration fees for the walk are not)
Thank you again for your support in this very important cause. Your help with raising awareness and making donations is greatly appreciated. Many thanks and lots of hugs,
Apraxia Advocate and Kyle's Mom
2020 Greater Allentown Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech
Lone Lane Park
30 Lone Lane
Allentown, PA 18104
Date: Sunday September 20, 2020
Walk begins at: 10:30am
T-shirt deadline: 08/16/2019
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