The boys primarily work on articulation in therapy now. They are still hard to understand sometimes and will need oral stimulation starting soon just to get them using all parts of their mouth, tongue & throat when talking, Kellan primarily sometimes doesn't use much jaw movement sometimes when he talks. They still use their own language a lot when talking to each other.
Garren quit participating for a while and was almost discharged because of it. The hospital hired on a few new therapists thought & we decided to try him with someone new before giving up completely. Anyone that knows him personally, knows he doesn't 'need' speech therapy but insurance approved him so he's been going along for the ride. Most of the time I wish we could turn his talking off, lol... Unless he is asleep he is usually chewing your ear off!!!
So that's it really, we just keep plugging along. I admit speech day isn't my favorite day of the week but we get it done. We will continue to bring the boys up here through the end of the year after we move but will get a referral to someone closer to home after the first of the year if they still need it. I think Caden & Kellan probably will but Garren will most likely be discharged before we even finish out the year.