Emeritus at Dover Assisted Living Community celebrated National Apraxia Awareness Day, May 14.
Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a challenging and complicated neurological speech disorder in children. This disorder makes it difficult or impossible for children to accurately produce sounds, syllables, and or words despite having a good understanding of language.
The Emeritus staff wore blue and white on Apraxia Awareness Day and to support Mason Moore, son of Jamie Shockley who suffers from developmental verbal apraxia.
For more information: www.emeritus.com.