Jake's Journey with Apraxia

And the Friends We Met Along the Way

by Jenny Sanzo, Contributing Writer We just got back from two weeks in Washington, DC for CHAMP Camp at George Washington University, a summer intensive specifically for apraxic children ages 6-9. What a wonderful experience! CHAMP was the perfect mix of individual and group therapy, parent training, and free time. I really feel as though …

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For quite some time now, I have been thinking of doing intensive speech therapy for Jake. While this journey has been filled with many ups and downs, we are finally in a new phase of apraxia … recovery. If I could turn back the clock, here are the questions and answers that I wish I …

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“Jake! Jake! Say it! Say it!” My neighbor’s teenage son, Jackson, and his friends were enthusiastically shouting to my Little Man when I walked in their front door. We had been back from Arizona for about a week and my neighbor, the Pre-K 4 teacher, had volunteered to watch Jake for about an hour while …

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Today Jenny Sanzo is joining us again for Part 2 of her experience with Nancy Kaufman’s SPEAK program that she and her son Colten attended this summer. If you missed Part 1, click here to read. Thank you again Jenny for taking the time to share your story with us. In addition to Colten’s therapy …

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“Two are better off than one, because together they can work more effectively. If one of them falls down, the other can help him up…. Two people can resist an attack that would defeat one person alone. A rope made of three cords is hard to break.” – Derived from Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 When I started …

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