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- 4611 S Huron Street
- Judith J Jaros, MA, CCC-SLP
First of all, my general treatment approach is very warm and interactive. My first goal is to make the child comfortable and excited for our sessions. I use errorless learning as much as possible and provide positive reinforcement for successive approximations. I provide immediate feedback for attempts. I use tactile and/or gestural cueing.
I use a total communication approach, incorporating gestures, signs, simple iPad communication, and higher tech ACC devices if necessary.
I also use the Kaufman Protocol and PROMPT.
I have attended the annual conference, networked with other therapists, taken many of the courses offered through Apraxia Kids, and of course interacted with many, many families whose children have CAS.
Parents are involved with every session. They observe and participate. Parent education is constant throughout the sessions. Parents can ask questions at any time.
I've taught gestures and sign language, used PECS and other picture communication systems, used iPad apps (such as Stories About Me, Articulation Station, First Phrases, Speech Stickers, NAED Apraxia, Talk 'n Photos), and used ACC devices when necessary.