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- 22 Doris Road
- Westchester Prompt Therapy
I use the Prompt Therapy Approach, specifically a variety of types of prompts which are used in a dynamic manner.
I've been committed to becoming Prompt Certified ever since I started my career and am very proud of my accomplishment. Most of my clients are referred to me due to my Prompt Certification.
My parents are very involved in the therapy process, depending on their availability and resources. I always take the first few minutes and the last few minutes to discuss progress, concerns, and next steps. I educate my parents by providing them with resources on normal speech and language development. I explain to them what I'm doing and why I'm doing it. As many of the children I see are in preschool, the parents are available to observe, ask questions and give feedback.
With one girl who was 2 years and 2 months and only saying some vowels, I immediately introduced some low-tech AAC for her to choose her snack, toys, etc. to decrease frustration and conflict.
I haven't used high tech AAC for my children with AAC because I haven't had such a severe case of CAS yet in my career. I did use AAC during one of my practica in graduate school, when I worked at a magnet school for all children in Philadelphia and the surrounding area who had multiple disabilities, the majority of whom had some type of high-tech AAC.