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- 9900 Broadway Ext Suite 200
- Pediatric Communication Solutions, Inc.
Principles of Motor Learning
-Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing for speech motor learning (DTTC)
-Multisensory cueing strategies
-Gestural cueing strategies
-shaping (progressive approximation techniques)
I have worked with and counseled many parents/children who have CAS over the years as well as worked closely with many professionals in the community.
I encourage parents to be actively involved in therapy sessions and at a minimum observe their child's therapy session from an observation room if possible. The parents are encouraged to work with their children at home on the designated homework program sent weekly.
Many children with CAS can benefit from AAC. I almost always use some level of AAC with children with CAS. I usually use a visual reinforcement board so the child can select what s/he wants to work for during therapy (so there isn't a breakdown in communication), I have used the Speak for Yourself App on the iPad with another client because she needed more support, I also like to use choice boards and star charts, first/then visuals, etc.