(read our Apraxia story here)
Even though we hate Apraxia, it's something that is very close to our hearts (if that's confusing, maybe this post will help a little bit). I'm always up for a celebration of any sort, so I thought I'd throw a few ideas out there on how you can celebrate Apraxia Awareness Day with your Apraxia Star.
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- Pass out Apraxia stickers like this one to kids in your child's class.
- Have a BBQ with family and friends who have been a part of your journey.
- Have a Blue Day (get ideas for activities here).
- Send thank you cards to anyone who has been instrumental in your child's success - teachers, speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, pediatricians, etc. (here are some cute & easy ideas).
- Paint your nails with stars (or buy some nail stickers here)
- Update your Facebook cover photo with one about Apraxia (find some here).
- Host a play date at the park with other kids who have Apraxia.
- Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper about Apraxia.
- Sign up for an Apraxia Walk.
- Wear Apraxia Awareness clothes & jewelry.
- Blog about your Apraxia journey (read ours here).
- Write a thank you card to CASANA (once again, here are some ideas on how your kids can say thank you).
- Watch The Little Mermaid or The Swan Princess (both of them have periods of time when they can't talk!).
- Post a picture on Facebook or Instagram of your child who has Apraxia using the hashtag #ApraxiaAwareness
- Display an Apraxia Awareness bumper sticker on your car.
So tell me... How are you going to celebrate Apraxia Awareness Day??
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