ABOUT AMY J CLAYMAN MA, CCC-SLP

COMPREHENSIVE SPEECH THERAPY

PROMPT Therapy

PROMPT Therapy

The PROMPT System Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) was formally devised by D.

LiPS Reading Program

LiPS Reading Program

During the The Lindamood Phonemic Sequencing® (LiPS®) program Individuals become aware of the mouth actions

Lively Letters Literacy Program

Lively Letters Literacy Program

Lively Letters is a reading program that turns abstract letters and sounds into lively, colorful characters.

Auditory-Oral Training/Habilitation

Auditory-Oral Training/Habilitation

Auditory-Oral therapy is provided for children with hearing impairments. The goal of the auditory methods

Oral Placement Therapy

Oral Placement Therapy

Oral Placement Therapy involves all different levels of treatment. The nonverbal child often needs strengthening

Orofacial Myology

Orofacial Myology

The prefix “myo” stands for muscle. Orofacial Myology is the study and treatment of the oral and facial muscles as

Articulation Therapy

Articulation Therapy

Correct sound production is essential to communication. Articulation and phonological disorders comprise

Voice Therapy

Voice Therapy

Although less prevalent in the population, voice disorders are no less frustrating to the speaker. Voice quality

Fluency Therapy

Fluency Therapy

For hundreds of years people have been mystified by stuttering, the most well known of fluency disorders.

Fast ForWord

Fast ForWord

Fast Forward is an innovative and powerful, research-based program. It has been proven to dramatically

Language Therapy

Language Therapy

Language is the basis for most learning. Without language there is no communication.

Beckman Oral Motor Intervention

Beckman Oral Motor Intervention

Oral motor skills are critical to basic functions that occur even when we are asleep, such as controlling secretions,

The Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol

The Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol

The Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol is a way of teaching children with apraxia of speech the easiest way