Here is a list of a few grants available for children with apraxia, speech disorders and occupational needs. You know of others please message me so I can include them for other families.

Small Steps in Speech Grant  FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH CHILDHOOD APRAXIA OF SPEECH (CAS)

“Please note that Small Steps in Speech has received special funding from Apraxia Kids http://www.apraxiawalk.org/about/about-casana/ in support of children who live in or near locations that participate in the Walk for Children with Apraxia. Please see Part IX. of the application. If you do not find a location near you, you may submit an INDIVIDUAL application as Small Steps in Speech is funding children with apraxia”

There are a few other guidelines, here is a basic overview. Please refer to the site for the full details http://www.smallstepsinspeech.org/grant-application/childhood-apraxia-of-speech/ 

  • Valid until 22 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • Grants are not based solely on financial need. The financial needs of the family are considered, however, applications will not be accepted for a joint family income in excess of $150,000

 

Ipad OR Tobii-Dynavox Indi for Apraxia Program 2018 Application Deadlines

December 1st, 2018

Communication Device Grant Application

Current financial guidelines 

Household Size                    Adjusted Gross Income
       2                                           $49,380 or less
       3                                           $62,340 or less
       4                                           $75,300 or less
       5                                           $88,260 or less
       6                                           $101,220 or less
       7                                           $114,180 or less
       8                                           $127,140 or less

 

 

 

United Healthcare Grant

Valid for children 16 years and younger, valid for use until the childs 17th birthday. $5,000.00 yearly max and a $10,000.00 lifetime max.  Insurance Exclusions : “Medicaid, Medicare, SCHIP (which may be called various names by each state), HIS or other state or federally subsidized health insurance programs given to those without insurance or with low incomes.” 

As of 2018 the financial requirements for United:

grant

http://www.uhccf.org/apply/

 

 

The Orange Effect Foundation

I do not personally know this foundation nor have any experience with them but they reached out to me. I asked for specifics and the following is what I was told. "Our foundation assists children and young adults with speech disorders. We fund speech therapy and alternative and assistive technology. Although there isn't an income requirement, we ask for applicants to explain extenuating circumstances and clearly describe their need for funding. Applications may be sent at any time but are reviewed on a quarterly basis (deadlines for each quarter are February 15, May 15, August 15, November 15). (By- Maureen Stanton)

http://theorangeeffect.org/grant-application/

 

Scottish Rite must apply with individual clinic. Follow the link to find the clinic nearest you https://scottishrite.org/brothers-in-the-community/ritecare-directory/

 

 

Occupational Therapy Equipment Grants

MY GYM Challenge America The My Gym Challenged America Foundation (MGCA) is committed to providing assistance and support to children with physical/cognitive challenges while promoting fitness and movement for children of all abilities and economic circumstances with an emphasis on positive reinforcement and fun. This is a great program for children to receive occupational equipment with a $500 max allowance http://www.challengedamerica.com/