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- 109 Westpark Drive, #105
- SpeechPath Outpatient Clinic
Parents are typically very involved throughout therapy sessions as this helps increase parent and client comfortability with working on motor speech tasks throughout the client's day. We typically focus on a small set of functional words in a given session that are based on the sound patterns a client can produce with high accuracy and that are also motivating. Once the client is producing targeted words with high accuracy and the parent feels comfortable with cueing, I work with the family to begin generalizing use of these functional words to activities outside of therapy sessions.
Active in local and national social media groups. If listed in the directory, I plan to attend more Apraxia conferences and apply for the Apraxia Bootcamp when eligible.
Parents are typically very involved throughout therapy sessions as this helps increase parent and client comfortability with working on motor speech tasks throughout the client's day. Parents also assist with generalization of production to novel activities outside direct speech therapy sessions.
AAC is a great tool to assist with decreasing frustration surrounding communication for clients with moderate to severe CAS. When AAC is appropriate, I typically look at implementing motor based AAC systems (e.g., LAMP, WordPower) due to know deficits with motor planning.