Meet The Team
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Speech & Language & Social Communication Intervention
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), uses picture symbols to support the development of communication
Social Thinking Curriculum uses a step-by-step methodology for teaching social-cognitive and social-communicative skills impacting children and young adults’ ability to develop friendships and relate to others.
The SCERTS Model, helps children become competent social communicators while minimizing problem behaviors that interfere with learning and the development of relationships
Childhood Apraxia of Speech is a problem with the brain’s ability to execute fine muscle movements needed for speech production. We use a multisensory approach designed to active multiple areas of the brain to facilitate the development of new neural pathways required to produce complex speech.
Specific Language Impairment is characterized by deficits in vocabulary, grammar, and conversational skills, morphology (such as, past tense verbs, third person singular).
Literacy and Dyslexia, provide a multisensory approach to improve decoding, blending, word recognition, spelling, and reading fluency.
Fluency Disorders, our team is trained in fluency shaping and modification strategies use to decrease the impact of dysfluencies on speech production. When working with older children, we use intervention strategies to address the psychological and social impacts of stuttering.
Certified ADHD Provider, our team is certified in evidence-based strategies designed for children and adolescents with ADHD. We use targeted cognitive behavioral intervention techniques designed to improve working memory, cognitive flexibility, and self-control.
Feeding & Oral-Motor Intervention
Sequential Oral Sensory Approach to Feeding (SOS), focuses on developing comfort and reducing anxiety with non-preferred foods through repeated exposure and learning opportunities with food. The program progress through the “Steps of Eating” via playful experiences.
TalkTools, utilizes oral motor-tools and placement techniques designed to development oral motor strength and coordination required for safe consumption of foods and liquids.
Supporting Oral Feeding in Fragile Infants (The SOFFI method), family-focused intervention model designed to provide parents the knowledge to interpret their fragile infant’s behavioral cues to support internal regulation and prompt improved oral intake.
Myofunctional Therapy, treatment focuses on the retraining of atypical or adaptive patterns (caused by prolonged finger sucking, pacifier use, and sippy cups) affecting orofacial muscular structures designed to improve speech sounds, sleep issues, and chewing patterns.
Anxiety & Feeding Disorders, our team is trained to identify and treat the impact anxiety plays in a child’s feeding development and relationship with foods. By partnering with parents, we provide the knowledge to reframe family behaviors related to food intake, thereby improving the overall family dynamic.