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- 17800 Jefferson Park Road, Suite 101
- Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital for Rehabilitation and Therapy Services Middleburg
My treatment approach is to first establish a rapport with the child and to increase learning readiness skills. I use a multi-sensory approach to work on speech targets. I use dynamic temporal and tactile cueing (DTTC) in treatment as well as physical prompts, AAC and repetition of functional phrases to increase overall communication skills. I provide target specific feedback throughout therapy sessions. I include parents in treatment planning and carry over education as part of treatment.
I participated in the Apraxia walks when I was a graduate student. I follow Apraxia Kids and current research through ASHA.
I include parents in treatment planning, therapy sessions and carryover. Depending on the child, parents are present for each session or observing. I provide education and specific activities for carry over in home environment.
I use both low tech-such as the PODD or PECS as well as high tech SGDs to support communication in therapy sessions and help children feel successful with communicative attempts. I have also found that the use of AAC can reduce frustration across several environments.