Congratulations Aubrie Hagopian, M.S. CCC/SLP, CAS

Congratulations to Aubrie Hagopian, M.A., CCC-SLP, for graduating from the Apraxia Kids Intensive Training Institute (Apraxia Boot Camp)!

Aubrie Hagopian has been practicing speech pathology since 2011 and is a 2018 graduate of Apraxia Bootcamp. She is passionate about working with the families of children with severe speech sound disorders in order to provide the child with an effective way to communicate and let his/her personality shine. Her therapy focuses on the whole child and the whole family and often leads to lifelong relationships with the families. Aubrie is a firm believer in keeping therapy sessions fun while creating an individualized therapy for each child.

 

Apraxia Kids: If you were to state the #1 thing you learned from this training experience, what would that be?

Aubrie: What stands out currently is the ability to deeply analyze assessment data to determine which diagnoses may be present and how each one may be contributing to the child’s speech profile.

 

Apraxia Kids: Tell us about any relationships that you formed through the training experience.

Aubrie: I formed bonds with quite a few of the people that attended the boot camp, specifically those that were part of “Sue’s Gurus.” From boot camp, I met Nancy Tarshis, whom I am having come present to my communicating on the topic of Social Thinking. I have stayed connected with many of the ladies that I met there through social media and have attempted to connect with some in Southern California while I am down there, but unfortunately, we have not been able to make our schedules work. In general, I feel like I have access to some brilliant people who can collaborate with me on a variety of challenges. I also think that the relationship I formed with Sue is special. Knowing that I can go to her with challenges is comforting.

Apraxia Kids: Have you served as a local resource/information source for other professionals and families since attending the intensive training?

Aubrie: I work in an office of 14 speech pathologists and have provided them with guidance when doing therapy. I recently did a training regarding assessment and diagnosis. I am in the process of coordinating the first Walk for Apraxia in Fresno. In August, I will be doing a training for an early intervention program regarding speech sound development, motor development, and working with children who are suspected of having childhood apraxia of speech.

 

Apraxia Kids: What would you say to someone considering applying to boot camp next year?

Aubrie: Do it! It has, by far been one of the best professional experiences of my life and possibly even one of the best experiences of my life in general. I learned so much. The project afterward is where I feel like everything really came together. You get an opportunity to learn from some of the best in the field and, after boot camp, you have access to them as well as the people you went to boot camp with and those who have gone before you. It is truly an amazing experience. It lit a whole new passion fire in me.

Congratulations to Aubrie Hagopian, M.A., CCC-SLP, for graduating from the Apraxia Kids Intensive Training Institute (Apraxia Boot Camp)!

Aubrie Hagopian has been practicing speech pathology since 2011 and is a 2018 graduate of Apraxia Bootcamp. She is passionate about working with the families of children with severe speech sound disorders in order to provide the child with an effective way to communicate and let his/her personality shine. Her therapy focuses on the whole child and the whole family and often leads to lifelong relationships with the families. Aubrie is a firm believer in keeping therapy sessions fun while creating an individualized therapy for each child.

 

Apraxia Kids: If you were to state the #1 thing you learned from this training experience, what would that be?

Aubrie: What stands out currently is the ability to deeply analyze assessment data to determine which diagnoses may be present and how each one may be contributing to the child’s speech profile.

 

Apraxia Kids: Tell us about any relationships that you formed through the training experience.

Aubrie: I formed bonds with quite a few of the people that attended the boot camp, specifically those that were part of “Sue’s Gurus.” From boot camp, I met Nancy Tarshis, whom I am having come present to my communicating on the topic of Social Thinking. I have stayed connected with many of the ladies that I met there through social media and have attempted to connect with some in Southern California while I am down there, but unfortunately, we have not been able to make our schedules work. In general, I feel like I have access to some brilliant people who can collaborate with me on a variety of challenges. I also think that the relationship I formed with Sue is special. Knowing that I can go to her with challenges is comforting.

Apraxia Kids: Have you served as a local resource/information source for other professionals and families since attending the intensive training?

Aubrie: I work in an office of 14 speech pathologists and have provided them with guidance when doing therapy. I recently did a training regarding assessment and diagnosis. I am in the process of coordinating the first Walk for Apraxia in Fresno. In August, I will be doing a training for an early intervention program regarding speech sound development, motor development, and working with children who are suspected of having childhood apraxia of speech.

 

Apraxia Kids: What would you say to someone considering applying to boot camp next year?

Aubrie: Do it! It has, by far been one of the best professional experiences of my life and possibly even one of the best experiences of my life in general. I learned so much. The project afterward is where I feel like everything really came together. You get an opportunity to learn from some of the best in the field and, after boot camp, you have access to them as well as the people you went to boot camp with and those who have gone before you. It is truly an amazing experience. It lit a whole new passion fire in me.



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