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If we have to summarize SpeechYess therapy, we will find an interaction of many known methods of influencing conditions such as autism and concomitant speech developmental delay. SpeechYess is a combination of sensory communication products such as TacPac, Mendability, Rebound Therapy and others.

In short, the program we present, is based on proven practices and scientifically proven methodologies that use touch, music, colors, smell, and physical exercises as a means of communication.

SpeechYess creates a sensory arrangement and helps people of all ages who have sensory impairments, developmental delays, complex learning difficulties, tactile lag, and limited or verbal levels of communication.

There is an overlap between the principles of the sensory integration and the sensory enrichment. Both acknowledge that there is a wide variety of sensitivities in the way the environmental signals are processed.

SpeechYess is a great addition to any other therapy because its goal is to cause a state of increased plasticity in the brain that helps to reach deep into the root of behavior, anxiety, processing problems, etc., but not just the symptoms of autism. In general, it accelerates any strategy and effects of the therapy. SpeechYess focuses on helping the brain to learn how to handle the environment without being so overwhelmed.

The therapy is personal and is based on the individual characteristics and the level of the participant in it. It is held at home, in a family environment. That is why we train the parents and the guardians how to conduct the therapy and its implementation on a daily basis.

After the training course, the parents/guardians:

  • will master the practice and will learn what it feels like to be a client of SpeechYess;

  • will learn how SpeechYess can be integrated into the daily plan or curriculum;

  • will learn what our sensory system is and the role of touch;

  • will understand the meaning of movements and sensations;

  • will get to know the experience of touch and music in an activity such as the use of objects;

  • will learn how to use thematic material;

  • will learn how the limbic system affects our senses;

  • will get acquainted with the central role of musical movement, touch and smell;

  • will get acquainted with sensory communication;

  • will get acquainted with sensory overload.

Case А

Learning to request

Sensory play to enrich the sensory diet and willingness to try new food

Sensory play to enrich the sensory diet and willingness to try new food

Associating an object with a drawing

Using the child’s favourite sensory activity to prompt speech

Playing with colours. Learning to request

Stimulation or relaxation (depending on when and how) exercises on a ball

Case Ас

Case L and S

Case Y

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