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- 274 Union Blvd. Suite 103
- Therapies of the Rockies
Initial sessions are spent on stimulability and completing assessment for dynamic understanding of speech repertoire and production abilities; determine course of treatment, i.e. repetitive practice through Kaufman cards vs creating core word list to utilize with Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing approach. I strive to maintain ongoing assessment for ensuring best practice and best approach is being applied by challenging client with approach to best suit their skills, using a combination of approaches as seen fit.
I am currently working with children who have apraxia of speech, read current research regularly, watch webinars related to apraxia, and have participated in the local Walk for Apraxia.
From the beginning, parents are encouraged to support communication carry-over through using practice and recommended strategies at home. Parents are involved/responsible for creating a functional, relevant core word list for therapy.
I have worked with children with CAS using both low tech (PECS and basic picture cues) and high tech (university-appointed device) for supplementing work on improving speech production. High tech device was used to aid in vocabulary expansion for accompanying language disorder, and working to connect