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- 3538 Westcliff Road South
- Monkey Mouths
It is most important to involve the family in treatment and to make it fun for the kids! As much as possible, I attempt to schedule children for twice-weekly appointments and highly encourage families to attend. Home programming is sent following each appointment to encourage carryover of skills and motor learning. Activities that are exciting and keep the child attending while encouraging numerous target attempts are often utilized in treatment. Using word lists/photos brought from home that include the child's favorite things are also often part of our sessions.
Our company has attended the Apraxia Kids’ walks over the years.
Parents play one of the most important roles in the therapy process. They are encouraged to attend sessions and following each treatment, specific home programming provided to encourage a child's carry over of skills.
I am currently using Proloquo2go and LAMP (both as applications on iPads) with two different patients who also exhibit a dual diagnosis of autism. With both patients, verbal treatment was initiated but after limited success, AAC was pursued and both patients continue to progress with their devices.