C.A.S. Roadmap for Parents



Support your child with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) by taking a 3-hour course. Although the course does not replace speech therapy, it equips you with the necessary knowledge to assist your child in enhancing their motor planning skills. The course is divided into concise lessons for convenient viewing, and with lifetime access, you can review and rewatch the content at your own speed.


  1. Distinguishing Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) from other speech sound disorders and exploring simultaneous treatment methods.
  2. Understanding multisensory cueing with more than 20 therapy video examples.
  3. Supporting your child with CAS in all developmental stages, including enhancing reading skills.
  4. Engaging your child in motor speech practice.
  5. Viewing a video to learn hand cues for various sounds.
  6. Access several beneficial handouts.
  7. Utilizing sound cue cards as a visual aid.

You will have lifetime access to the course


What People Are Saying:

"I thought it was great. The videos were good. I feel like you explained things well. I like that it was broken up to be able to take in chunks. Slides are great! Being able to listen on my phone meant I could listen in pickup line at school. Having the comment section so people can ask questions is great. In a perfect world we all have an apraxia therapist to work with. But I’ve talked and read a lot of comments with parents who don’t have access to someone trained in apraxia. So they are looking up YouTube videos trying to learn how to be an SLP for their kid. I know this course is not to replace therapy, but if I didn’t have the access I have right now to an SLP trained in apraxia I wouldn’t know what and when to work on certain sounds and words. I loved it! Really did."

Abbye @Theapraxiawarrior

$69.00 USD

By participating in and viewing the course Toys and Tools in Apraxia Therapy and the Facebook group within this course, you understand that Alonna Bondar, M.S. CCC-SLP is a Speech Language Pathologist, and owner of A Bondar Speech and Language (Bondar Speech).  Our purpose is to educate parents and professionals about how to effectively use toys for treating childhood apraxia of speech.  

The course,CAS Roadmap for Parents, is for informational and educational purposes only.  The information and education provided is not intended or implied to supplement or replace professional diagnosis and treatment of childhood apraxia of speech.

Although we do our best to make sure all of the information contained herein is up to date and / or accurate or free of errors at all times, we do not assume any responsibility for the accuracy of the course, CAS Roadmap for Parents in any way including, but not limited to, effectiveness, safety, harm, or results achieved as a result of your use of the course, CAS Roadmap for Parents.  The course, CAS Roadmap for Parents, is offered "AS IS" and without representations, guarantees, or warranties of any kind, including but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability and treatment techniques for a particular purpose, neither express nor implied, to the extent permitted by law.  We are not liable for damages of any kind related to your use of the course CAS Roadmap for Parents, or any information contained or discussed therein.

By participating and / or viewing the course CAS Roadmap for Parents, you implicitly signify your agreement to all of the terms contained herein.

If you have any questions about this disclaimer, please contact Alonna Bondar, M.S. CCC-SLP at [email protected]

Thank you