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- 210 Traffic Way, Suite C
- CENTRAL COAST SPEECH PATHOLOGY & OROFACIAL MYOLOGY
Get the mouth moving! Integral stimulation combined with verbal and tactile cues, use of oral tactile stimulation techniques, jaw stability and tongue/jaw separation activities, jaw grading for vowel differentiation, airflow for voicing, encouraging voluntary variations of voicing: length, pitch, loudness, stimulate movements for specific sounds: lip movements, plosion, Practicing syllable shapes - accurate vowels, VC or CV syllables, CVC, VCV, polysyllables, blends as child progresses. Home program/practice required. Parents observe and participate.
Currently, continuing education through ASHA, CSHA, Speech Pathology.com and my local SELPA.
Parents observe and/or participate in sessions depending on age of child. Under 3.5, parents typically act as models and temptations for activities. Therapy activities and/or exercises are demonstrated and parents perform exercises to be done at home. Daily practice is provided for home practice. I encourage parents to make a "Brag Book" of current vocabulary to include photos of family and home objects. May encourage the use of PECS to decrease frustration at home.
I currently do not have any patients with AAC devices. I do use ASL signs with children and would consult with the local SELPA for AAC resources as this is a small community with limited private providers.