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22 Creative Apraxia Walk Team Names


According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Apraxia is a motor speech disorder that makes it hard for children to speak. It can take a lot of work to learn to better say sounds and words. While speech therapy can help, walks are held each year to raise awareness, funds for research, and to contribute to grants and programs for those with Apraxia. Don’t forget—Apraxia Awareness Day is in May! If you have an upcoming event or want to support a loved one, customize your own t-shirts, hats, and more! Check out our Apraxia walk team names below for inspiration for your custom gear.

22 Creative Apraxia Walk Team Names

    Feeling Blue

    Freedom of Speech

    A Voice for Every Child

    Kiss My Apraxia

    Stomp Out Apraxia

    Strides for Speech

    Verbal Venturers

    Give Apraxia the Ax

    Motor Mouths

    Word Up

    Syllable Stompers

    Figure of Speech

    Silence No More

    Walkie Talkies

    Got Blue?

    Pep Talkers

    Now You’re Talking!

    Talk of the Town

    SLP Warriors

    Walk the Talk

    Join the Conversation

    Catch Up to CAS


Kate wants her work to impact the little but important moments in people’s lives—like birthdays, anniversaries, and family celebrations. She loves coming up with witty copy that might inspire someone to create an awesome t-shirt!

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