Jake's Journey with Apraxia

And the Friends We Met Along the Way

by Tara, Contributing Writer Here we are! The holiday season has arrived (ready or not). In the midst of shopping, wrapping presents, long lines, pulling together travel plans, figuring out what to fill the stockings with, making cookies … well, you get it. Most likely, you are living the exact same chaos right now. I’ve …

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by Tara, Contributing Writer I dreamed about my wedding since I was 5 years old (don’t all girls?!). When the day finally came, I remember hugging my dad at the end of the aisle. He tried to let go after a few moments, but I hung on. Tightly. Trying to “take in” that moment because …

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by Tara, Contributing Writer As spring finally (hopefully) takes hold for us here in the Midwest, questions have already started popping up to make decisions for next fall. Good grief, can I just enjoy the beautiful flowers beginning to bloom outside? Not so much. Our little boy just turned five years old … something I’m …

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Jake began kindergarten in August and turned six on September 9th. He is one of the older kids in the class and having an extra year of speech and fine motor development made all the difference in the world. I am happy to report that Jake is doing really well in a neurotypical classroom. He …

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