2019 Walk for Apraxia a success
On August 24, 2019, an estimated 300+ people gathered at Moreland park for Owensboro's first annual Walk for Apraxia. Apraxia is a neuro-motor speech disorder where kids know what they want to say, and understand language, but have difficulty coordinating their muscles for speech to talk. The Walk for Apraxia is a national event led by Apraxia Kids. (for more information go to apraxia-kids.org)
We were blessed with a beautiful day and an amazing turn out! We had 14 Stars (children with Apraxia) that we presented with medals for their hard work.
We would like to thank the MANY people and organizations that donated their money, resources, and time to our event. We can't wait for the Walk for Apraxia 2020!