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- 165 TX-121, Suite 100
- Monkey Mouths
I typically recommend multi-sessions per week for 30-45 minute sessions. My treatment approach is motor-learning based and focuses on teaching and facilitating the accurate motor movements using simultaneous productions and model/imitation with multi-sensory cues and feedback as necessary. I set a small target word inventory comprised of multiple syllable shapes
I have taken several courses from Dr. Edythe Strand. 25% of my caseload is diagnosed with CAS.
Parents are present and observe throughout the session. They help provide potential target words that are important to their family and useful for the child to produce. A home program is provided following each therapy session in order to facilitate progress in home environment.
For children with severe CAS who have limited verbal output and are frustrated when attempting to communicate I have recommended AAC to help alleviate frustrations with communication while we target spoken language. I have recommended something simple like Boardmaker pictures/modified PECS system/PECS and also higher-tech options for children who are able to communicate at a higher level using these systems. Typically I work with an AAC specialist in my area or within my company if this recommendation is made.