“It’s a funny thing, how much time we spend planning our lives. We so convince ourselves of what we want to do, that sometimes we don’t see what we’re meant to do.”
― Susan Gregg Gilmore,
I had plans for my career and I still have plans, but my currently my priority is making sure my 2 kids receive the support, care and therapy they need. I do my best to educate myself about their condition, Childhood Apraxia of Speech. I read books, blogs, visit CASANA’s website, attend workshops, follow others with Apraxia on Facebook. At this time in my life, this is what I was meant to do.
So I’d like to share with you some tricks and helpful hints, I’ve learned on this journey with Childhood Apraxia of Speech.
First, become an advocate for your child’s condition. It is important to educate others about the condition, so this means educating yourself. I would suggest visiting CASANA’s website. http://www.apraxia-kids.org This website is an excellent resource and I use it to help me answer many of the questions I and others have about Childhood Apraxia of Speech.