Speech & Language Therapy Services
An evaluation aids in identifying support needs and goals for therapy. Most clients need to start by having a full speech and language evaluation.
*If you have had an evaluation done elsewhere, please contact us regarding next steps. We may be able to accept another clinic's evaluation.
Articulation and Motor Speech Disorders
We provide support for developing clear, understandable, and functional speech using individualized treatment methods.
Stuttering, or problems using fluent, smooth speech can cause disruption to the flow of communication. We use well-tested methods to support functional communication skills, increase fluency, communication confidence and support the use of self advocacy and disclosure strategies.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
AAC includes alternative ways to communicate other than spoken words, including speech output devices, iPads, written language, sign language and gestures.
Adults and children may have neurological impairments, such as Aphasia, Dementia, or Traumatic Brain Injury and other brain-based communication problems. We work with people with these problems to help restore communication, memory, and thinking skills
Early Literacy Skills
Children who have spoken language delays are at risk for reading and writing difficulties because spoken and written language are closely related. Pre-reading & pre-writing skills for those children are added to intervention as needed.
Receptive and Expressive Language
We evaluate and provide therapy for understanding and using language. Receptive and expressive language skills can be targeted through verbal speech or aided language methods.
Stuttering, or problems using fluent, smooth speech can cause disruption to the flow of communication. We use well-tested methods to help increase fluency, communication confidence and support the use of self advocacy and disclosure strategies
Pragmatics (Social Communication)
We provide support for perspective taking, advocacy, self awareness during social communication opportunities, and engaging in problem solving. We also put a strong emphasis on self determination during social communication opportunities.
Occupational Therapy Services
Support children with sensory processing difficulties.
Motor Planning and Coordination
Supports children in recalling little steps and performing complex body movements to accomplish daily tasks such as brushing ones teeth.
Social Emotional Regulation
Support development of self-awareness, emotional regulation.
Activities of Daily Living
Support children in performing daily self-care activities like dressing, eating, using the toilet and walking.
Fine motor skill development
Support development of refined actions like grasping, holding, pressing, or using a pincer grip.
Visual Motor Skills
Support children in the coordination of their eyes and hands with tasks such as writing and catching.