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Address:
309 West 104th Street, Apt 7C
New York, New York10025

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Email Address: nancy.tarshis@gmail.com

Describe treatment approach used: My approach applies the principles of Motor Learning. This means I approach each individual from the point of observing and understanding where on the continuum of development this individual is. I then apply evidenced based motor learning princples to target selection (what we work on), session planning approach and feedback. In addition I am a child development expert and apply what I know about ages and stages to assessment and planning of sessions.

Describe parent/caregiver involvement: Parents are given as much opportunity to participate as they would like as long as participation is productive for parent and child. I enjoy having parents in sessions and offer ideas for home practice and activities to encourage social/emotional and speech/language development.


Describe your past and current involvement in the Apraxia community​?​ I have been involved in the Apraxia community as a speech therapist for over 20+ years. Initially my involvement was through seeing patients and taking several levels of prompt coursework and courses with Pamela Marshalla. I added a university course in pediatric motor speech when I felt I need more and have taken many 1-2 day workshops from nationally recognized experts. About 10 years ago I was asked to present at the CASANA (now Apraxia Kids) annual conference and have been participating in that speaking about social-emotional, play and resilience topics as they relate to CAS. In December 2017 I was asked to join the professional advisory board. This past summer I participated in the boot camp experience.

Do you provide consultation/collaboration with other professionals (for example, ​​attending IEP meetings, co treating, etc.) Not Answered Yet

Age range​ treated?​ Birth to Adult

Hours of operation: Variable

Locations where​ treatment ​is ​provided? Office/Clinic, Home

Insurance accepted? No

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