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- 448 W. 19th Street #476
- Kimberly Garcia Speech Pathology
While somewhat different for each child, children with a Dx of CAS typically receive ST 3-5 times per week on an individual basis. Based on the child's needs treatments include a motor planning approach such as Integral Stimulation/Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing and/or Rapid Syllable Transition. Integrated Phonological Awareness Intervention may also be incorporated Treatment starts off intense often 4x per week on the child's natural enviorment. A multi-sensory approach is used. AAC is set up and used immediately as needed and appropriate for the child.
I am looking to become more involved in organizations that support families and professionals. I currently involved myself in online discussions, health fairs, attend conferences that support Apraxia awareness and treatment
My practice offers therapy in the child's home, school, community and when appropriate via teletherapy. Parent involvemt in essential and required to attend all Tx sessions until an initial treatmant plan has been established,and Rapaport built. For caregivers with schedules that do not permit direct observations, videos are used to model new strategies and approches. A home program is provided and parents play an active role in practice and data collection.
Using AAC is a big part of my practice. I typically use a form of low tech AAC with clients as early as thier evaluation visit. Communication boards a picture albums are created early in therapy to set up a means of communication of basic wants, needs, and feelings. I have also successfully acquired funding for high tech systems for clients who benefited from a more complex communication system. I have also provided trainings for preschool staff and families on the use and functions of new devices.