CASANA, through Apraxia-KIDSSM and other programs, is working hard to provide support, information and education on childhood apraxia of speech. Your donation will make a tremendous impact on improving the lives of children affected by this serious speech disorder and also supporting the families and professionals involved. Typically, over 90 cents of every dollar donated to CASANA goes toward its programs. Thank you for your generous support!
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Learn About Our New Research Project ... MORE
2013 SUMMER CAMPS LIST - See our compiled list of summer camps for apraxia, speech, language, and communication. Click here
APRAXIA WEBINAR -
The Genetics of Apraxia, Speech, Language, and Reading Disorders
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 or Thursday, March 7, 2013 - Registration closes at Midnight on Friday, March 1, 2013 US/EST!
APRAXIA WORKSHOP -
Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Intervention for Related Issues
Friday, March 15, 2013 - To get the early-bird rate, registration form and fee must be postmarked by March 1, 2013.
STATEN ISLAND, NY APRAXIA 101: A Parent Seminar on Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Thursday, April 4, 2013 - Wagner College. Free workshop for parents only and will share information about CAS in "parent-friendly" language. This seminar is brought to Staten Island due to the efforts of the volunteers, walkers, and supporters of the Staten Island Speaks Up! 2012 Walk for Children with Apraxia of Speech. Space is limited, so everyone must register in advance.
2013 NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CAS -Conference Venue, Official Dates, & More!
APRAXIA RESEARCH SUBJECTS NEEDED
Researchers are seeking child subjects and family participants for their studies... MORE
ONLINE INTERVIEW WITH CASANA FOUNDERCASANA's founder Sharon Gretz is interviewed about childhood apraxia of speech by Stephanie Bruno, with ADVANCE Magazine's Early Intervention Blog ...
Go to Interview Part 1
Go to Interview Part 2