Parents and caregivers are an integral part of a child’s overall success.

Parents and caregivers are encouraged to be a part of each speech therapy session to allow for carry-over and maintenance of skills. All therapy sessions include time for consultation to answer questions, provide feedback about progress, to demonstrate useful techniques, and to provide activities for weekly home programming. Parents are strongly encouraged to be involved in home programming related to their child’s goals and objectives. Rate of progress, carry-over, and maintenance of the newly learned skills are highly dependent on consistent practice in the home environment.

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