Kaja Jachimska, MA

child psychologist
Żoliborz Branch
Kaja Jachimska, MA
  • Psychology – School of Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Pedagogical preparation for the teaching profession – Pedagogical College of Social Sciences

Children from the age of 1.5 to adolescence with developmental challenges:

  • cerebral palsy,
  • intellectual disabilities,
  • rare diseases,
  • genetic disorders,
  • contextually inappropriate behaviour,
  • children with complex communication needs.


As well as:

  • those interested in taking the Stanford Binet-5 intelligence test,
  • consultation for diagnosis on the autism spectrum,
  • building individual communication systems (AAC) for people of all ages.

Polish language

Courses and training
  • Visual Functioning of a Child with Multiple Disabilities and Working in a Therapeutic Cabinet (Anna Jarosz
  • A study of alternative and assistive communication (Monika Jerzyk)
  • Communication strategy – components and the process of creation (Monika Jerzyk)
  • How to plan the process of supporting the communication development of AAC users? (Alina Smyczek)
  • The active model in communication strategies and play (Gadatek -M onika Jerzyk)
  • A model for using AAC in the educational practice of schools and families with children with complex communication needs (Dr Magdalena Grycman)
  • The “dictionary” language system: idea, construction, and personalisation. Supporting language development for AAC users
    Certified training “TUS trainer for children and adolescents”
  • Training: Education of non-speaking students using alternative and assistive ways of communication (Alina Smyczek)
  • VB-MAPP – skills assessment and therapy planning
  • Training: Alternative and assistive ways of communication for non-speaking people (Alina Smyczek)
  • Course “How to work with parents of a disabled child?” (Jacek Kielin)
  • Conference “Badabada” – early detection programme for autism
  • Hand therapy: diagnosis – therapy – massage – 1st and 2nd degree
  • In-house training:
    • PECS – teaching strategies and error correction strategies, key aspects of phase I and II;
    • Self-control and challenging behaviour;
    • ESDM – presentation of the questionnaire;
    • TEACCH programme in working with a child with autism;
    • VB-MAPP – familiarisation with the tool.
  • Application of the PEP-3-PL Test: participation in the project of adaptation and validation of the PEP-3-PL Test.
  • Conference “To tame autism – origins and support for families with autism”.
  • AAC – Auxiliary and Alternative Communication – advanced level
  • Training “Social Skills Training”
  • AAC – Augmentative and Alternative Communication – basic level
  • PECS training – level I
  • W. Sherborne Developmental Movement Method
  • Training “Thematic Apperception Test”