Stephanie Schneider

Red Door Pediatric Therapy

Credentials: M..S, CCC-SLP
Hours of Operation: Mondays: 7am - pm Tuesdays: 7am - 6pm Wednesdays: 7am -5pm Thursdays: 7am - 6pm Fridays: 7am - 12pm
Treatment locations: Office/Clinic
2625 N 19th Street
Bismarck, North Dakota 58503
Phone: (701) 222-3175

Overall Treatment Approach:
   The following are typical therapeutic goals for children on our caseload diagnosed with CAS: - high frequency of therapy appointments (3-4, 30 minute one-on-one sessions every week) - therapeutic practice that targets a hierarchy of word structure, from simple to complex, with a high frequency of productions per session in order to improve the patient's ability to motor plan for speech - regular home practice - multisensory cues used to facilitate productions - introduction of AAC methods to reduce frustration and increase communicative independence

Percent of CAS cases: 10

Parent Involvement:
   Parents are involved in the therapy process in the following ways: - provide patient history, current level of functioning, and primary concerns via intake interview completed during the initial exam - collaborated with when developing goals and plan of care - observation windows provide means of parent training for carry-over and home programming strategies - if not observing or attending the sessions, parents are briefed on therapy sessions via face to face interactions after therapy or via written communication - progress notes are completed and reviewed with parents, on average, every six months - parent meetings are conducted as needed to discuss applicable topics

Community Involvement:
   Annual participation in local community Apraxia Walk to provide support, build awareness, and make charitable contributions.

Professional consultation/collaboration: Yes

Min Age Treated: 0 years

Max Age Treated:

Insurance Accepted: Yes