Services

Speech-Language Pathology Services

Speech-Language services offered include Therapy, Evaluation, and Consultation for disorders of speech (i.e., articulation, fluency, resonance, voice) and language (i.e., phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics) in pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric populations. Communication-related cognitive rehabilitation services in improving attention, memory, and executive functioning (e.g., problem-solving, reasoning, planning) are also offered to clients with neurogenic impairments secondary to acquired brain injury and/or stroke.

Bilingual therapy in Mandarin Chinese is also offered.  Click here to read more on Therapy, Evaluation, and Consultation.


Academic Tutoring Services

60-minute and 90-minute individualized academic tutoring sessions are also offered for developing literacy, reading comprehension, written expression, math reasoning, and math problem-solving skills.


Locations

Therapy and tutoring services are offered in the following settings.  Evidence-based practices are used across all settings, and is the integration of (1) clinical expertise/expert opinion, (2) external scientific evidence, and (3) client/caregiver perspectives to provide high-quality services, reflecting the interests, values, needs, and choices of the individuals served.

CLINIC

A clinic setting may be helpful for clients who (1) perform better in a structured setting, (2) benefit from using a wide variety of therapy tools and instruments, and/or (3) may be distracted by objects in the home.

TELEPRACTICE

Services can also be provided over the internet by video call. This type of therapy is done individually between the therapist and one client.

HOME

A home-based therapy session is provided in the client's home. It may be helpful for clients who work well in their natural environment. We use a routines-based approach, which is family-centered, involving family members such as parents, caregivers, and siblings.

COMMUNITY

Therapy can take place in the community, which lends to the opportunity to work on generalizing functional speech and language skills in a variety of settings. This may include places that the client frequently visits, such as the library, grocery store, restaurant, city bus, etc. This setting is particularly helpful for clients focused on community reintegration.

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