When Jack was diagnosed with Apraxia of speech, his parents were overwhelmed wit the diagnosis and the many years of therapy that lay ahead. When he started working with his speech clinician, he had minimal intelligible words and could mostly only be understood by family. But in the past year, he has made so much progress. Jack has grown so much, both with his spoken language and his social progress.
When Ella started therapy, she was also mostly unintelligible to most listeners. She began to shy away from saying what she really wanted because she was learning that she would not be understood. Thanks to therapy at the RiteCare Clinic, Ella has made incredible progress and her confidence has increased dramatically!
100% of your tax-deductible donations through the Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha's WalkRite for RiteCare go toward speech therapy at the UNMC Munroe-Meyer Institute's RiteCare Clinics. The Scottish Rite Foundation of Omaha underwrites all the speech therapy a child may need, whether four sessions or four hundred, provided without regard to a family's ability to pay.
Please support speech therapy for Nebraska children and support WalkRite for RiteCare.