· Free screenings
· Speech and language assessments
· Report review
· Individual therapy
· Social skills instruction
· Teacher workshops focused on speech, language, and social skills
· Parent discussion groups
Therapy sessions are offered in the child’s natural settings of home, daycare or school. Games and engaging activities are used to practice skills and reward the learning of essential concepts. When possible, parents or caregivers are active participants in sessions. When they are not available, a few minutes of every session are spent communicating, either in person or via written communications, with the parents, caregivers or teachers. This increases carryover of skills and helps the important adults in the child’s life be an active part of the therapeutic process.
The first step to receiving services is an evaluation of speech and language skills. This evaluation is used to determine what skills need to be addressed and to create a therapy plan.
Services are geared toward children who attend schools that do not have a speech-language pathologist on staff, whose disorders do not qualify them for services in the public schools, or whose parents would like additional services or the opportunity for more involvement in therapy sessions.
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