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Business Name: Samantha Jordan SLP

Address::
23 Murray Drive
Glenmont, New York 12077

Phone Number: (973) 580-5016

Email Address: siegelse@gmail.com

Website: http://www.samanthajordanslp.com

Describe treatment approach used: In treating individuals with CAS, I first and foremost make sure there is available AAC, either low or high tech depending on the individual's need, to make sure that they can express their wants, needs, and to socialize which we also work on becoming more oral communicators. I work on the two skills simultaneously. While working on oral communication, I typically take a motor programming approach with the use of sensory feedback (auditory, visual, tactile) to help create new motor patterns. We will practice movement gestures for speech production, focusing on imitation and using sensory information. We will decrease sensory feedback as we achieve success. I make a point of following evidence based research to make sure what we are doing has backing.

Describe parent/caregiver involvement: I regularly use the parent coaching model in my therapy sessions. I see us as a team. I come in as an expert in the area of speech-language, and you are the expert in your child. Some things will work and some things won't, be we will work together to determine the course of your child's therapy. Sessions are typically done in the home, childcare, or in the community depending on our goals. I determine the frequency and duration of the session based on child/family needs, not on a cookie-cutter 1 session for 30min a week. We come up with a plan of action together. There certainly is 1:1 direct therapy that also occurs, but I can only be with your child for a certain amount of time. You are with your child the majority of the time and to really promote carryover and generalization, I truly believe that parents working strategies into daily activities and routines will make the most improvement. What those activities are will be determined by the child's interest and parent's schedule, but we will map motor learning strategies and dynamic sensory strategies to your everyday life.

Describe your past and current involvement in the Apraxia community​?​ I am a speech language pathologist working in pediatrics. I have worked with those with childhood apraxia of speech in home and center based instruction.

Do you provide consultation/collaboration with other professionals (for example, ​​attending IEP meetings, co treating, etc.) Yes

Age range​ treated?​ 0 years to 22 years

Hours of operation: Monday to Friday
9-5

Locations where​ treatment ​is ​provided? Home, Daycare, Other

Insurance accepted? Yes

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