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- 1131 Ramblewood dr
- S.P.E.A.K., LLC (Serving Parents, Educators And Kids)
- Address the whole child and how this issue impacts them.
- Develop functional goals from this assessment and from family concerns/info.
- Begin wherever I can find immediate SUCCESS!!!
- Develop Trust. Have fun!
- Use redundant repetitive practi
I have presented about children with CAS at local professional meetings, parent groups and pediatrician's offices. I hope to do the Apraxia walk this year 🙂
Parent involvement varies according to family dynamics and a child's needs. In many cases the parents are involved. They may observe and at other times, due to sibling issues or if the child may demonstrate more productivity and trust when the parent waits in the waiting room, they do not observe. I like to have the video monitor available in these cases. In any case, the last several minutes of the session are devoted to "what to do at home."
Since my clients are generally younger, we use mostly low tech approaches. That said, the availability of apps and technology assessable photo albums have been tremendously helpful. In most cases, since our verbal targets are functional and able to be generalized, I start with AAC for specific clarifications of targets beyond those we are using verbally (e.g. may have a verbal target of "ah" or "on" to indicate tv, but use a picture sheet to select specific show). I may have an album of friends or toys for the child to indicate who/what they would like to play with.