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- 5106 Riverton Ave
- Tiny Talk Speech Therapy
Depending upon the child’s severity, response to prompts, etc., I use a variety of approaches including PROMPT and DTTC during which 5+ sound combinations are targeted with mass practice. Regardless of treatment technique, therapy always consists of more prompting/cueing in the beginning, with the intention of fading support as the child improves.
I look forward to attending the National Conference and am continually striving to build my knowledge base to better support the families that I work with. Social media (ie Facebook and Instagram) have also been recent ways that I have been getting involved with the Apraxia community.
I am a huge advocate for parent involvement throughout the therapy process. My goal is to equip parents to confidently work with their child during and outside of therapy sessions, in an effort to increase progress and generalization of skills.
I use AAC to supplement verbal communication, to provide additional vocabulary (when the child demonstrates limited spontaneous verbalizations), and/or to be used during communication breakdowns with conversational partners.