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Our Approaches

Greenspan
Floortime

This approach meets children where they are and builds upon their strengths and abilities through creating a warm interactive relationship.

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Beckman
Oral Motor

This approach utilizes assisted movement and stretch reflexes to activate muscle contraction, build strength and improve range of motion in the lips, jaw, tongue and soft palate.

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SOS Feeding
Approach

This approach is a transdisciplinary program designed to assess and address the reasons why a child is struggling to eat. It takes into account several factors including organs, muscles, sensory, learning,

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PROMPT
Approach

This approach is a tactile-kinesthetic approach to speech therapy involving the speech-language pathologist using touch cues on your child’s face in order to support and shape correct movement of articulators

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Kaufman Speech to
Language Protocol

This approach is an evidenced-based evaluation and treatment method for children with childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), other speech sound disorders, and expressive language difficulties.

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Sensory
Integration

Sensory Integration is the ability for our body to organize the sensory information that it receives in order to appropriately and efficiently respond to everyday ordinary situations in natural environments.

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