Speech and Hearing Sciences Associate Professor Nancy Potter works with one of the children attending this summer's Camp Candoo for children with apraxia on the WSU Spokane campus.

Clinical Professor Amy Meredith, Associate Professor Nancy Potter (above) and several of their communications disorders graduate students have finished this summer’s Camp Candoo. Thirteen children with severe cases of apraxia and their parents came from all over the U.S. to receive two weeks of intense speech-language therapy and instruction.

Meredith and Potter agreed to allow a crew from Northwest Public Television to film the camp for an afternoon. Their story will soon begin airing, but you can get a sneak peek. Thanks to Kanale Rhoden, Greg Mills and the rest of the crew for spending time with us.