3 Intervention Secrets Workshop
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What Is Task-Oriented Movement Therapy(TOMTx)?
As an SLP with a high caseload and mounds of paperwork, you might not be making the changes that you know are possible.
Sometimes what you've learned from school, continuing ed seminars, and even the published 'evidence-based' research, simply aren't working.
Let's change all of that. Let me show you what works (and what doesn't work).
Learn discoveries that took 20 years of successes and challenges to find.
These discoveries resulted in creating intervention strategies that truly create massive change.
My mission today is to empower you to change the lives of as many children with special needs as possible using only the most effective strategies with TOMTx activities.
My promise is to help you be ridiculously effective by making your intervention easy, engaging, and effective.
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Speech Sound Disorders:
Comprehensive Evaluation and Treatment
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"I administered a treatment approach I was largely unfamiliar with and uncomfortable providing, but became competent and knowledgeable in utilizing the approach and widening my areas of clinical experience."