What is PROMPT Therapy?
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A sensory-motor based approach
that aims to integrate reflex patterns
Learn more about MNRI.
A motor based approach that uses
touch to facilitate control of the speech muscles
for intelligible verbal speech output
Learn about our PROMPT certified therapists
Handwriting Without Tears
Multi-sensory, developmentally based approach
for all learning styles to increase success with
early writing skills
Sensory integration based occupational therapy
approach that increases mindfullness, body awareness,
and physical strength
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- Car pick up and drop-offs
- Use of Personal Protection Equipment
- Keeping clients in their respective treatment areas
- Elimination of group meeting areas such as gym, shoe bins, etc.
- No more than 4 therapy sessions at a time
- Staff is encouraged to avoid unnecessary travel and/or participation in activities where crowds are present
- Continued use of Telehealth services
To learn more about our precautions and use of telehealth please feel free to call our office or find information on our Telehealth Service Option page.
Virtual Education Series
Watch MLee Therapy’s Owner / Director & PROMPT Instructor, Marcus Neal, discuss how to implement PROMPT Therapy while utilizing Teletherapy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even without tactile cues, PROMPT can be an effective way to continue progress towards your child’s communication goals.
Pivoting during the Pandemic
MLee Owner/Director, Marcus Neal, was featured in the November issue of the PROMPT Institute newsletter, highlighting key decisions and strategies made at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read as Marcus describes 5 key areas that aided in our ability to effectively continue providing services during such unprecedented times.
Jill’s special appearance
What Is Occupational Therapy, And Who Can Benefit From It?
Jill speaks with the host of the podcast Parenting that Kid, Ashleigh Tolliver about Occupational Therapy. Jill discusses what OT really is, what types of children benefit from OT and how to incorporate tools learned within an OT session. Listen to the episode by clicking the link below.
our son the chatterbox
My 3-year-old son has been going to MLee therapy for speech and occupational therapy for about a year now, and I couldn't be happier with our experience there. The owner, office assistant, and therapists are some of the most wonderful, caring people I have ever met....
my highest recommendation
They love on and support your family, are extremely flexible and will even help you to the best of their ability to secure coverage for services through insurance. They have creative activities tailored to your child to address their individual skill level and to help them grow...
How grateful am I that we found MLEE four years ago when moving to Austin. The therapist are top notch professionals with huge hearts. They challenge my son with a firm yet loving manner that motivates him to persevere. He loves his therapist and is always excited to be in their company...
Fantastic and Amazing ExperienceI wanted to share the fantastic and amazing experience my son Alex and our family had working with Ashley Wood for the past 2 years. Ashley began working with Alex when he just turned 2, he now is 4. We greatly appreciate all the time and hard work she did with getting Alex to speak at the level he is now. Ashley was great at tailoring a lesson plan that helped Alex stay on task and engaged and created a fun environment for learning. She taught our family ways to incorporate speech techniques into our daily routine to help Alex achieve greater success with his therapy. Alex truly enjoyed his time with Ashley, he misses their weekly visit.Thanks again Ashley for your hard work and dedication to our family, you are a blessing!
5000 Bee Caves Rd. Suite 206
Austin, TX 78746
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F. (512) 284-8966