Tiffany Indiero

Inspiring Communication thru Adaptation & Nurturing, PLLC

Credentials: M.S., CCC-SLP; Recognized by Apraxia Kids™ for Advanced Training and Expertise in Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Hours of Operation: My hours and days change with the seasons. I am at the clinic 3 days a week, as early as 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM depending on a variety of factors. Superbills are provided to parents to pursue reimbursement for those with out-of-network benefits.
Treatment locations: Office/Clinic
7066 Lakeview Haven Drive, Suite 108
Houston, Texas 77095
Phone: 832-754-1031

Overall Treatment Approach:
   Inspiring Communication thru Adaptation & Nurturing, known as “iCan” was founded to help children communicate to their highest potential. Children learn through play and will work harder for someone they know truly cares about them. iCan is a place where families feel supported in their journey in helping their child. As a team, together, we can help your child reach his or her greatest potential! For I believe, it is a very powerful thing when a child realizes “iCan” appropriately communicate and impact my world! My overall treatment to CAS is founded in motor-learning principles layered with language and phonological awareness. Each child with CAS learns differently and therefore requires a child specific treatment approach. I incorporate multi-sensory cueing, integral stimulation, phonetic placement, tactile facilitation, prosodic facilitation and/or gestural cueing based on what the child's needs are and what he or she responds to best. I am also familiar with assistive technology for those children that need a device until verbal speech is acquired.

Percent of CAS cases: 30%-40%

Parent Involvement:
   Parents are given home practice, support and education at the end of each session. The clinic has an observation window for parents to observe and are expected to be an active participant in the therapeutic process.

Community Involvement:
   I have co-coordinated the Houston Walk for Apraxia with a parent of a child with Apraxia since 2017. I attended and volunteered at the walk prior to being asked to be a coordinator. Two children I work with have been awarded iPads through Apraxia Kids grants. One child received a grant from Small Steps in Speech for therapy

Professional consultation/collaboration: Yes

Min Age Treated: 1

Max Age Treated: 23

Insurance Accepted: Yes