How will my child benefit from your services?
My philosophy of care stems from years of experiences working with children and their care providers. We start with where you are and make progress towards helping your child develop effective communication skills. I use Hanen resources and materials to build your capacity to help your child. Finally tuned social- interactions, routines and fun, along with the motivation to learn are all you and your child need.
Who are my clients ?
All children, Parents, educators, care providers, day cares, communities.
How much do I charge?
I have an established rate for my services. Travel, prep-time, report writing and materials are charged separately.
Is there a payment plan?
After we decide on the services you and your child require, I will provide you with an estimate. Fees are billed after the service is provided.
Where do services take place?
The location is very flexible. We may decide to meet at your child’s daycare setting, school, home or video conference. Hanen groups and workshops will be at a predetermine location.
Why wait and see doesn’t work?
Early prevention, detection and intervention is vital!
How often do we meet?
When working together with you and your child we will determine a care plan that best fits your schedule and how your child responds to the intervention techniques.
How do I get started?
Contact me today for a free 15 minute phone consultation. We’ll start making a plan right away.
Why non-standardized measures and parent reporting works for assessments and goal setting?
By directly involving you in observations and asking you to provide specific examples about your child’s communication skills we can develop goals that are practical, realistic and easy to do!
How telepractice works?
If you have access to a computer with video conferencing (microphone and camera) we can conduct face to face meetings. Applications and programs such as: Skype, Zoom Google Hangouts and Go To Meeting make it possible to work together across a large geographic distance.
What are some other questions parents and caregivers ask?
What are the signs of a communication disorder?