I primarily use the Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cuing (DTTC) method. This is paired with visual, verbal, tactile, gestural, etc... cues as appropriate and needed by the child. I use evidence and research-based methods. As they are dynamic in nature, this allows me to custom tailor my treatment as specific to the child's needs.
I am an advocate in my community for those with Apraxia by educating those around me about what the diagnosis is and means. I also prepare trainings for fellow SLPs and/or parents for on-request presentations. Finally, I use my Instagram platform (@apraxiaamy) to inform others about apraxia and how to help those with it.
The parents of my clients are highly involved in the therapy process. I encourage this as this is the best way for someone to make progress past the current session. The majority of my parents are present during the session and I train them with the materials and cues that I use in sessions so that they can do so at home as well.
I use AAC as it best suits the needs of the family and child. I usually create my own PECS system for the child, especially if they do not already have one. This helps me to focus on the child's target words and promote carry-over. I have used a variety of high-tech systems as well and I help families in the process of obtaining a system if they desire to do so. I encourage all modalities of speech/language in order to promote the successful communication of everyone involved.