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Hello everyone!

I'm Flor and I'm a Speech and Language Therapist, founder of NeuroExp. 

 

On this page I will share with you a little bit about my story, my journey and my future projects. Follow me!

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My Story

I was born in Vitoria, Spain but was raised in Argentina. There I studied Speech Therapy at the Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires. After 5 years of study, I pursued a Postgraduate Degree of 3 semesters in Early Intervention and Stimulation. 

I worked as a Speech and Language Pathologist in different Interdisciplinary Teams for children and adults. I had the privilege of working in several teams formed by very good professionals, who contributed immensely to my professional practice. 
I worked in Foundations such as:

  • Fundación Spine - https://www.spine.org.ar/ - Foundation dedicated to Treatment and Research of Rare Diseases.

  • Alunco Foundation - https://alunco.org/ - First Transdisciplinary Neurorehabilitation Center in Latin America.

I am currently living in Copenhagen, Denmark since March 2020. My mission in starting this business is to help more families and children with developmental, language and/or communication challenges receive the right kind of therapy that is strengths-based and focuses on meeting their specific needs.

All of the families I work with come from other countries, so I understand how difficult it is to adapt to such a different culture. If you have recently moved to Denmark, or have been there for a while, please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like advice on how to start the process of diagnosis.

My therapeutic approach

Natural Language Acquisition (NLA): Echolalia to Self-Generated Language. 


Analytic language development and gestalt language development are two ways of processing and developing language. Many people think of analytic language development as the "standard" method for developing language, using words as a basis for producing sentences. Children who use gestalt language development process language in whole sections rather than singular words...at first. Although we all use some echolalia, echolalia is the essential part of language development for gestalt processors. Both analytic language development and gestalt language development are normal and natural! (Ann Peters, 1983)
For more information: 

Theoretical Foundations of Sensory Integration: From Theory to Identification - Erna Blanche 

Inside Out - Sensory Certificate Course for SLP

Authentic AAC - Implementing Communication Systems for Autonomy & Connection - 

Let’s UNMASC - Understanding the Needs and Motivations of Autistic Social Communication

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