CSD Supports Childhood Apraxia Event

CSD Supports Childhood Apraxia Event
The Walk for Childhood Apraxia of Speech was held on Saturday, Oct 24 in St. Petersburg. Kathleen Sills, M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinical Instructor in Speech-Language Pathology, represented the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, along with NSSLHA students who served as volunteers for the children's games! The USF-CSD team raised over $500 in support of children with childhood apraxia, a neurological speech disorder that affects a child's ability to clearly and correctly produce syllables and words.