CONGRATULATIONS LAUREN KOTT, MA, CCC-SLP!

Congratulations to Lauren Kott, MA, CCC-SLP, for graduating from the Apraxia Kids Intensive Training Institute (Apraxia Boot Camp)!

Lauren is the senior SLP of outpatient pediatrics for Rehab Institute of Michigan/Children’s Hospital of Michigan (RIM/CHM), and has been a treating clinician for 11 years. Lauren has clinical interests and expertise in CAS, AAC, and parent perceptions in the evaluation and treatment of speech/language disorders.

 

Lauren Kott offers services in Clinton Township, Michigan, United States.
Check out Lauren’s Apraxia Kids SLP Directory Listing to learn more.

 

Apraxia Kids: What are the top 3 things you learned from this training experience?
Lauren: 1) Focus on function!  2) Certain feedback and cueing schedules are more successful than others in children with CAS.  3) More specific characteristics to use in differential diagnosis.

Apraxia Kids: How did the boot camp experience change or expand your network of colleagues/friends?
Lauren: The combined US-Canada Boot Camp this year was amazing! We were able to bounce ideas off of each other in our small groups, and in randomize pairings, which allowed me to get a feel for how interventions can differ across facilities AND across borders! So interesting to get perspectives from our Canadian colleagues.

Apraxia Kids: How have you implemented the knowledge you gained at boot camp?
Lauren:
I’ve become much more specific in my treatment targets, and honed in on specific movement patterns, rather than worrying about any specific sounds. I’ve also gotten more tools with which to engage parents and families in the child’s treatment.

Apraxia Kids: What is an example of how you have been able to (or plan to) use your expertise as a local resource/support for other professionals and/or families since attending the intensive training?
Lauren:
I’ve lectured in a college course already, and become more active on the Facebook groups. I also plan to participate more openly in the Michigan Walk for Apraxia.

Apraxia Kids: What would you say to someone considering applying to boot camp next round?
Lauren:
I would recommend brushing up on your research review skills prior to applying. Reading, applying protocols, and critically assessing current research is so critical to this process. Question everything!

Congratulations to Lauren Kott, MA, CCC-SLP, for graduating from the Apraxia Kids Intensive Training Institute (Apraxia Boot Camp)!

Lauren is the senior SLP of outpatient pediatrics for Rehab Institute of Michigan/Children’s Hospital of Michigan (RIM/CHM), and has been a treating clinician for 11 years. Lauren has clinical interests and expertise in CAS, AAC, and parent perceptions in the evaluation and treatment of speech/language disorders.

 

Lauren Kott offers services in Clinton Township, Michigan, United States.
Check out Lauren’s Apraxia Kids SLP Directory Listing to learn more.

 

Apraxia Kids: What are the top 3 things you learned from this training experience?
Lauren: 1) Focus on function!  2) Certain feedback and cueing schedules are more successful than others in children with CAS.  3) More specific characteristics to use in differential diagnosis.

Apraxia Kids: How did the boot camp experience change or expand your network of colleagues/friends?
Lauren: The combined US-Canada Boot Camp this year was amazing! We were able to bounce ideas off of each other in our small groups, and in randomize pairings, which allowed me to get a feel for how interventions can differ across facilities AND across borders! So interesting to get perspectives from our Canadian colleagues.

Apraxia Kids: How have you implemented the knowledge you gained at boot camp?
Lauren:
I’ve become much more specific in my treatment targets, and honed in on specific movement patterns, rather than worrying about any specific sounds. I’ve also gotten more tools with which to engage parents and families in the child’s treatment.

Apraxia Kids: What is an example of how you have been able to (or plan to) use your expertise as a local resource/support for other professionals and/or families since attending the intensive training?
Lauren:
I’ve lectured in a college course already, and become more active on the Facebook groups. I also plan to participate more openly in the Michigan Walk for Apraxia.

Apraxia Kids: What would you say to someone considering applying to boot camp next round?
Lauren:
I would recommend brushing up on your research review skills prior to applying. Reading, applying protocols, and critically assessing current research is so critical to this process. Question everything!



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