We offer the following based on the needs of each individual child:

  • Therapy session planning to meet each child's individual goals and objectives
  • Looking at the whole child each time he or she is seen, and taking notice of any new areas of weakness that need to be evaluated and/or targeted
  • Educating parents on their rights for their child in local school systems and medical insurance coverage laws
  • Assisting with creating appropriate services for children receiving speech and language therapy through public or private schools
  • Attending Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings upon request (when possible)
  • Setting, modifying, and adjusting goals based on data taken during each therapy session
  • Actively listening to parent's concerns about their child
  • Genuine interest in the children and their families
  • Our family-friendly waiting room often leads to conversation with other parents that allows for sharing of information on community resources and activities

  • Play-based early intervention for the infant, toddler, and preschooler that provides a model for home-based programs and follow through based on evidenced based models of intervention.
  • Reinforcement activities
  • “Homework” folders that also serve as a reinforcement sticker chart based on age and interest
  • Multisensory approach, in the context of play, that includes motor, academic, sensory, speech and language skills
  • Small Groups, based on age and ability, are created to assist with improving language skills with peers and social interactions
  • Visual schedules are created, when appropriate, to assist with maintaining attention or to provide a picture representation of activities during the therapy session
  • Behavior strategies are implemented when appropriate to assist with the speech and language therapy session and practice at home
  • Use of assistive technology, when needed, including augmentative/assistive devices and appropriate application downloads
  • Willingness to collaborate with other professionals that are working with your child (with parent permission) such as Psychologists, school teachers, Childcare Providers, Pediatricians, school Speech and Language Pathologists, etc.