In2Great Parent University: DIR Series Part 2

At In2Great Pediatric Therapy, we value supporting families in the community just as much as we support our clients in the clinic. We have created ‘Parent University’ as a resource to our families and community members to gain valuable knowledge about a wide range of therapeutic based topics. We offer regularly scheduled in services presented by our skilled therapists, administrative staff, and outside guests to facilitate collaborative, knowledge enriching discussions.

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In2Great Parent University: DIR Series Part 2

September 12, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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How can the DIR/Floortime approach help my child?

There are many options of treatment methodologies when it comes to helping your child. After getting an initial diagnosis, parents often feel perplexed as they are making therapeutic decisions for their child.

As part of the many treatment options out there, DIR is often one that is recommended, and yet it can feel very overwhelming to understand what DIR and Floortime is. Why consider this approach for your child? Please join us for a three part DIR/Floortime series. Through this event, we will be helping families understand exactly what DIR and Floortime is.

This presentation is continuation of the last DIR/Floortime Parent University presented on July 19th, 2023. If you would like to view that presentation, please go over to the event page in the Parent Unversity calendar and view the recorded presentation.

Events Details:

Present By:

Gwen Reily, M.A., CCC-SLP, Clinical Director

Meet the Presenter:

Gwen Reilly, Licensed Speech and Language Pathologist, has been a practicing clinician for the past 20 years. She received her master’s degree from Northern Illinois University and specializes in working with children on the Autism Spectrum. Gwen has experience working with a diverse population, and a variety of speech and language disorders, including language disorders, apraxia of speech, speech sound disorders, social-pragmatic disorders, and regulation disorders of sensory processing.

Gwen embraces the DIR (Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-Based) Model. Using this model, she brings a genuine and positive therapeutic approach to her clients to help them feel empowered by all forms of communication and build on the strengths of their own and unique developmental foundation. Gwen believes that therapy is an individualized process and loves to help others grow in all capacities of life.

In2Great Parent University: DIR Series Part 2

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