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- 274 Union Boulevard, Suite 103
- Therapies of the Rockies
My therapy process with a child begins with getting to know the child and their family, to learn about them and what is important to them. Beginning a journey of improved communication really begins with the family and helping them establish an understanding of apraxia and developing realistic expectations for the therapy process. Together we develop a plan that will include goals and therapy activities aimed at building communication skills most functional to the child and their family.
My experience with the Apraxia community has included active treatment of children with childhood apraxia of speech, engaging with other parents in the community, and volunteering for the Denver Walk for Apraxia.
Parents are an integral part of therapy. Therapy sessions which involve the parents directly are beneficial in teaching them techniques and cues for helping their child continue to practice target words and phrases at home and to be a part of the therapy process.
Utilizing AAC, a research-supported communication method, can be very helpful throughout therapy in giving children much-needed access to communication that matches their functional skills to supplement their ongoing process of expanding their verbal communication.