“Tammi is extremely knowledgeable regarding auditory training and speech/language development techniques for hearing impaired children who are conventionally amplified and more specifically for children with cochlear implants. I would highly recommend Tammi to work with any hearing impaired child.”
Marsha Simons-McCandless, M.A., CCC-A
Cochlear Implant Consultant
Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Utah
Parents are viewed as the primary caretakers and, thus, play a vital role in the therapy process.
Parents are counseled and guided to stimulate the child's communication abilities.
Families are given information to promote confidence and the ability to depend on their own daily effort and skills for a child's listening and learning development.
Children are provided with learning opportunities, so that through their own efforts they are free to learn and experience their world.
Weekly practice assignments encourage carry-over of skills.
Home visits provide increased opportunity for family involvement and promote carry-over of speech and hearing skills in a more natural environment.