No Records Found
Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.
Google Map Not Loaded
Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.
- 7001 Loisdale Rd.
- Exceptional Children's Center
It varies based on the individuals child's strengths and needs in all areas, not just speech and language.
- Establish rapport
- Assess attention and regulation, find ways to approve if needed
- Make sure position/posture for speech is good.
- Use strengths, needs, developmental appropriateness and family/client priorities to select targets.
- Determine best way/activity to get most repetitions of target sounds/syllables/words/phrases.
- Plan less structured activity for carryover if appropriate.
- Use verbal/visual/tactile/gestural cues as needed, but try to fade out across sessions as success increases.
- Give feedback on productions but carryover to self monitoring when appropriate.
- Encourage parents to join session.
- Provide activities/strategies for home carryover.
- Work with parents to have the client attend the max recommended number of sessions per week.
- Assess AAC options if needed.
- Monitor language abilities throughout sessions if they're not being specifically targeted.
- Incorporate literacy/preliteracy activities when possible.
- Collaborate with other professionals as needed/co-treat with OT/PT if appropriate.
Treating clients with CAS and referring families who are interested to Apraxia Kids to get more information and connect with others.
If the family and I feel AAC would be beneficial I discuss options with the family then determine whether ASL, picture exchange and/or a device would be the best fit while working to improve speech intelligibility.