I never had. Not until our granddaughter was diagnosed with it. Basically, it is where the brain and mouth don’t work together properly for talking.
https://www.apraxia-kids.org/ is where the family has learned so much about this oft mis/undiagnosed problem. The group helps with assessing and treating children with Apraxia. They have a world wide network and online support groups.
One way that Apraxia Kids raises money for this cause is through walks. We have a local walk coming up in just one week! https://secure.apraxia-kids.org/site/TR;jsessionid=00000000.app221a?fr_id=2877&pg=entry&NONCE_TOKEN=C04160CDE082CD2CF2BF3F4B4849ACA8
If you live anywhere nearby, please feel free to join us! If not, you can always donate to the cause. Money raised helps to educate people about Apraxia but it also goes to help families that can not afford private speech therapists. Another way to help financially is to purchase through the two links found on this page: https://www.apraxia-kids.org/shop-to-give-2/
The motto is, “Every Child Deserves a Voice”! They do. And this group helps! Since our granddaughter has been involved she has blossomed and become more confident.
We love our little Apraxia Warrior and can’t wait to support her during the walk next Sunday!