If you couldn't already tell, I love what I do.
Children learn best through play, so the more fun we get to have during our sessions, the more motivated they are to participate and learn. I strive for communication itself to be intrinsically motivating for my clients!
SLP is more than just diagnosing and correcting difficulties with speech. By bridging the gap between verbal and (seemingly) non-verbal, SLP sessions can provide children with a safe and comfortable environment to fully express themselves and to grow as little communicative humans.
We as SLPs can then inspire and motivate ALL children to succeed -- neurodivergent and neurotypical alike. That is why I'm an SLP.
by Halle Demchuk, SLP
Paediatric SLP | GLP-Trained Clinician | Owner of HAEPI SLP
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