Amy Graham is a speech language pathologist and owner of Graham Speech Therapy, a private practice in Colorado Springs that specializes in pediatric speech sound disorders. She received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Communicative Disorders from California State University, Fullerton and has been an SLP for over 20 years. Amy frequently speaks to and trains SLPs on various evidence-based practices regarding the assessment and treatment of SSD and is the creator of numerous SSD-specific assessment and therapy resources. She has been a guest on numerous SLP podcasts and has a particular interest in supporting and equipping SLPs by posting frequent therapy videos and practical therapy tips on social media platforms.
Amy was paid a flat fee for this course and receives a percentage of course sales. Amy has developed materials available for purchase on her private practice website, GrahamSpeechTherapy.com, Bjorem Speech Publications, Teachers Pay Teachers, Boom Learning, and Holland Healthcare.
Amy has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
Amy has no relevant content disclosures.
This course, and all courses in the Speech Sound Disorder Series, are being sponsored by SLP Toolkit, Adventures in Speech Pathology, Bjorem Speech Publications, and Graham Speech Therapy
|15 mins||Overview and rationale of the complexity approach|
|15 mins||Underlying principles of the complexity approach|
|20 mins||Target selection for the complexity approach and implementation|