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Our county has implemented the 3:1 model for speech and language services. We do 3 weeks of direct therapy and 1 week of indirect therapy or consult. During our direct weeks, you can find us mostly pushing into our classrooms as we believe this service delivery type helps our kiddos generalize their skills at a much faster rate! We work with our teachers to become integral parts of the classroom, often becoming a skill specific center, a co-teacher, or even just extra support for the whole class. Some of our more severe students may receive a mix of push-in/pull-out in order to target specific communication skills that need to be explicitly taught in a more structured setting. During indirect weeks, we're still around the campus, assisting our teachers with paperwork, implementing RTI groups/interventions, consulting on students, ours or not, and assisting in the process of generalization when it comes to AAC as a lot of our students use AAC to communicate. Both of us are high-energy, hands-on therapists, doing therapy in any setting possible! We mostly work off of the child-centered model so if our kiddo wants to work under a table, that's where we'll be!
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Nicole Mundreanu Johnson: Graduate of the University of South Florida, 2014, with a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders; Graduate of Nova Southeastern University, 2017, with a M.S. in Speech and Language Pathology. Maggie LeDoux: Graduate of the University of South Florida, 2014, with a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders; Graduating in May of 2018 from Nova Southeastern University with a M.S. in Speech and Language Pathology.
Hello!! Our names are Nicole Johnson and Maggie LeDoux and we are both going on our 4th year as a school-based SLP in Florida, Nicole being in her CF year and Maggie finishing up her last year in graduate school. We are both passionate about School Based SLP services and love our kiddos!