I use a very multi-sensory motor basedtreatment approach in my sessions focusing on each individual child's need. I combine use of a variety of approaches including Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC), the tactile cuing from PROMPT, and Dave Hammer's multisensory approach to meet a child's specific needs. I emphasize family presence in my sessions so the are best able to facilitate in their home environment.
I have participated in bootcamp, have done webinar reviews for bootcamp, volunteered for the parent question booth at Apraxia Kids national conference, work as a mentor to SLPS at my facility, have presented at symposium this past fall on CAS and will be giving a 3 hour mini course at OHIO Speech language hearing association conference at the end of March 2017.
Parents are present for the entire or at least a 15 minute portion (pending child's tolerance to parent being in the room) of my session so they can be educated on home programming.
AAC Use/Implementation Expertise:
I use aac to support the act of communication when speech is not accessible or to supplement the speech a child does have.