TEACHING REGULATION TECHNIQUES SO YOU CAN HAVE MORE EFFECTIVE SPEECH SESSIONS WITH YOUR AUTISTIC CLIENTS

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MEET THE UNPARALLELED AUTHORITY WHO TRAINS SLPS TO INTEGRATE SENSORY STRATEGIES INTO SPEECH SESSIONS WITH THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED INSIDE OUT CERTIFICATE COURSE

SLP Jessie Ginsburg knows that a deep understanding of sensory processing is integral to our work with autistic children. In order to increase communication, we first have to improve a child's regulation.

Before creating the Inside Out Sensory Certificate for SLPs, Jessie started her own practice which quickly became a top-ranked multidisciplinary clinic in Los Angeles.

Now, through her national publications and talks, Jessie inspires a new way of thinking about the SLP's role in working with young autistic children.

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Jennifer Corie, SLP

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

"I am now more confident in what to do and why I am doing it, I am better able to explain my goals and how to achieve them to parents, I am less scattered and more focused with the structure this course provided, and I am seeing faster and better progress in my patients!"

Avani Shah, SLP

Morisville, North Carolina

"The course made me feel more confident about explaining to parents what their child's sensory needs and preferences are. It also helped me include parents in coming up with action plans to improve their child's sensory regulation, flexibility, and problem solving skills."

Madison Gwizdalski, SLP

Pasadena, California

"I could not recommend this training enough to my colleagues. Everything that was included in this course is so applicable, and honestly, I'm sad I didn't know about all of this sooner. It would have been so helpful! I am so excited about using this information as I move forward."