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Apraxia Network of Bergen County

"EVERY DAY IS A NEW BEGINNING"

WELCOME TO OUR WEB PAGE! We are a Northern NJ nonprofit support group for families of children/adults with all aspects of apraxia, located in Paramus. We are a NJ State Dept of Education Reg. Provider for CEU's.

Professionals are welcome to attend/join our group. Please indicate if you are a parent/professional when emailing.

OUR GOAL is to provide literature,networking with other parents,support and the newest information in the field.We are also affliated with the LDA of America and the nonprofit Cherab Foundation.

Apraxia is a severe neurological disorder which controls the imput from the brain to the oral motor muscles which provides speech. It is like having a loose wire or connection in the brain,and is a very frustrating disorder for the child and parents going thru it. The children cannot produce the correct sounds to verbally make themselves understood. Children with apraxia often have learning problems also.

Remember, you're not alone! We're here to help.Questions on apraxia and other issues?

FOR DIRECTIONS:From various locations please check our Maps section, Also check out the LDANJ conference March 30th 2007 brochure.

OUR WISH LIST:is under the Get Involved section,openings also available.

SUGGESTED MEMBERSHIP DUES $10./FAMILY/YR. Please write checks out to "Apraxia Network of Bergen County" and mail to the P.O.Box below. The fiscal year is Jan-Dec.

JOIN OUR LISTSERV, Check out the archives at the Links PAGE.

JOIN OUR EMAIL/MAILINGLIST for Parents/Professionals . Please include your name, address, telephone number & email.


Contact Information:

Jeanne Buesser


Apraxia Network of Bergen County
P.O. Box 1142
Paramus, NJ 07653-1142
Phone: (vm)201-741-4035
jbmistletoe@optonline.net
Meetings held

385 Howland Ave,

River Edge, NJ 07661

Wed. 7:00pm-8:30pm ( Bergen County) NJ


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