Late talker resource book
APRAXIA NETWORK OF BERGEN COUNTYPO BOX 1142
PARAMUS, NJ 07653-1142
Voice Mail 201-741-4035 ~ E-mail email@example.com
Dear Sir or Madam,
My name is Jeanne Buesser. I am the founder of a non
profit support group for parents and professionals of
children and adults with apraxia, in Bergen County, NJ
*USA.. I was just interview by alltalkradio.org by the
Rose Moore Show archives 8/26/06 and 9/2/06 with Lisa
Geng. My article was published in Exceptional Parent
Magazine Feb 2002 Issue.
We outreach worldwide by giving support and resources to
all who are looking for help. Please let your members know
about this organization which also has an email
professional list as well as a digest.
We have many articles on Apraxia which we distribute at
our meetings. I am enclosing also our newsletter.
Another great online resource is speechville,com and
cherab.org another nonprofit also . Both of these
organizations have professionals and parents on their
digests also and their boards.
A wonderful resource book for professionals and parents is
called “ The Late Talker, What to do If Your Child Isn’t
Talking Yet” by Lisa Geng and Dr Marilyn Agin. It can be
gotten online or at any bookstore, or it is also at the
United Nations Book Store, in New York City.NY.
Lisa Geng is the president of the Cherab Foundation, the
letters mean (Children help education research Apraxia
Dr Agin is the medical director for Early Intervention for
NYC and a former speech and language pathologist.
If anyone has any questions please feel free to contact me
at my email. Anyone is free to join including
Please also ask your members to also ask their clients
about when seeing very young children if they have had
their eyes, ears, checked and it they have a concern with
their child’s speech development.
The papers on development in many pediatric offices relate
to their growth also but not many refer to speech
development questions. Early Intervention has been around
for 45 years but not many people know about it.
Founder/President, Apraxia Network of Bergen County