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- 200 4 Avenue S
- Alberta Health Services: Audiology and Children Allied Health
Working mainly as a school-based therapist, the majority of treatment is implemented in school. When possible, families are welcome to meet me at the school or book appointments at our office so that they can become more involved in their child's therapy. Since completing the Alberta Health Services and Apraxia Kids intensive training, I am implementing the following treatment approaches more often: multisensory cueing, Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing, selecting fewer targets, playing with prosody, and adding vowel and word shape goals. in addition to consonant goals
I am currently involved in a community of practice within Alberta Health Services to support programming for CAS. I am also available as a mentor within our zone to support other SLPs and their clients with CAS.
Parent involvement varies from family to family based on their ability, desires, and needs. Parents are welcome to attend therapy sessions at the office or with the SLP at the school, and are then provided with specific practice targets. Parents who attend sessions are encouraged to join in activities. Parents who are unable to attend sessions with their child, are welcome to contact me via text, email, or phone for home support and updates. In these cases, parents are provided with treatment updates sent home from school.
I have used high tech and low tech options to support communication in Children with CAS. Some tools I have used include but are not limited to: - Word Power on NovaChat- TouchChat on an iPad- Core Word Boards- PODDWe do our best to include functional speech practice while learning to use AAC.