PROMPT is a therapy technique for treating speech sound disorders. I am one of a few PROMPT trained therapists in Utah. PROMPT can be a powerful and highly effective technique.
Denise Stratton CCC-SLP, grew up in Idaho and graduated with her MS from Idaho State University in 1990. For the past 25 years she has worked in a variety of settings that serve children with communication disorders, including early intervention, public schools and private clinics.
Apraxia and other motor speech disorders are one her many areas of expertise. Denise is trained in the PROMPT technique, which she believes offers her clients the optimum intervention. She also specializes in R treatment and has written a book describing her pioneering technique. Other areas of experience and interest are language and reading comprehension, narrative instruction (improving language through teaching children storytelling), autism and stuttering.
Denise is passionate about maintaining the highest quality of treatment and has a talent for finding the particular “missing piece” of the puzzle that interferes with a child’s communication progress. She is thrilled to be serving the families of North Utah County.
Angie Lewis CCC-SLP, was raised in Sandy, Utah, in a family of seven. She received a Master of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Brigham Young University in 1998. She completed internships at the BYU Comprehensive Clinic, American Fork Hospital and the Provo School District. Over the last 18 years, Angie has served children in various settings, including the Provo, Nebo and Alpine School Districts, and private practice. Overall, she has provided services for preschool, elementary and secondary students, and adults.
Angie is a certified member of the American Speech-Language Association (ASHA) and is a dyslexia specialist: certified to instruct students with severe reading disabilities using the Wilson Reading System for Level 1 (Steps 1-6). This is an intensive reading program especially designed for students in grades 2 through adulthood who have been unable to learn with other teaching strategies. This research-based reading and writing program teaches students the structure of words in a multi-sensory, systematic and cumulative manner. Other areas of experience and interest include articulation, phonology, language, stuttering, executive-function and autism.
As a speech-language pathologist, Angie loves helping others experience the joys of language through reading, storytelling and communication. She is delighted to be joining the team at Timpanogos Speech Clinic and provide professional services that are particularly tailored to meet each client’s needs. Angie resides in Pleasant Grove, Utah, with her husband and five children.