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Therapy Approaches


We are trained in and use a range of therapeutic approaches. Therapy is usually a mix of these, based on our clinical experience and what specifically works for your child:


         Parent-Child Interaction

         The Derbyshire Language Scheme

         Colourful Semantics

         The Nuffield Dyspraxia Programme

         The Talkabout Programmes (Alex Kelly)

         Language for Thinking & Word Aware (Anna Branagan & Stephen Parsons)

         Socially Speaking (Alison Schroeder)

         Aided Language Support

         Sign-a-long and Makaton signing systems

         Alternative & Augmentative Communication

         Using stories to build bridges with traumatised children

         We do not offer a service for dysphagia but would refer you to Integrated Therapy Solutions in Bromsgrove on 01527 877196



Our model is direct therapy… because therapy works!

We assess, set SMART targets and work towards these!


A therapy sessions last around 45-50 minutes. 35-40 minutes of direct therapy with your child and 5-10 minutes of discussing progress, targets and homework. Therapy is a joint process, between parent/carer, therapist and child. We work together to enable your child and empower you to know how to support them ‘all of the time’. We use lots of fun games and activities, which enable your child to learn new skills without even realising – children learn best when relaxed and having fun!


Cancellations: PLEASE REMEMBER: Cancellations can be made via text, email, or a phone call. Cancellations made with less than 48 hours’ notice will be charged at 50% of the rate. If a therapist is unwell, you will be notified via a text and the therapist will directly rearrange with you.



Picture Exchange Communication System (PECs)

Intensive Interaction

SCERTs

Talking Mats

Communicate In Print (Widgit symbol software)

Social Stories

Attachment Theory

Zones of Regulation

Think Good, Feel Good

The Narrative Approach

Building Language using Lego Bricks